, 2022-12-10 23:15:23,
RGD board chairman Professor Lloyd Waller (left) share a few words with RGD CEO Charlton McFarlane (centre) and Floyd Green, minister without portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister with oversight of the RGD.
CUSTOMERS will benefit from streamlined services following an upgrade to technological services at the Registrar General’s Department (RGD).
The rebranded “Outtamany Search” and other products and services were launched on Wednesday, December 7, during a ceremony at the Courtleigh Hotel, St Andrew.
The Outtamany Search, formerly known as Genealogical Research, provides useful information on a family’s history, factual evidence on the cause (s) of death through generations, and can identify the origin of a family or discover unknown family members. The upgraded service includes more in-depth research reports with a list of vital events, births, marriages, deaths, customised family trees and ancestral causes of death. The research report can highlight specific milestone events, and clients have the option of a published family book in hard or soft copy.
“I am pleased to announce the relaunch of the new and improved genealogy search,” stated CEO of RGD, Charlton McFarlane. “With this rebrand it is not only more in-depth, but also has a more authentic Jamaican feel with the name Outtamany Search. It includes a story output with an ancestral view and descendant view, and clients can…
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