Posted 02 October 2017  |  116 views  |  General Interest
Did your ancestor leave a will?
For non-family historians, the appeal of a long-lost relative’s will is that they might find themselves a beneficiary. But for us, wills can provide an invaluable collection of names, relationships and clues to family members from times gone by. June...More
Did your ancestor leave a will?
Posted 23 November 2016  |  993 views  |  General Interest
Free websites to learn about Victorian lives
Step into your Victorian ancestors' world digitally as Emma Jolly tours a host of wonderful free websites that will add colour and depth to your knowledge and understanding of their lives in the 19th century.
Free websites to learn about Victorian lives
Posted 23 November 2016  |  902 views  |  General Interest
How to start tracing your Victorian ancestors
Discover the key records to trace your Victorians in this, the golden era of family history, and see how these historic documents enlighten our view not just of individual ancestors, but of the world they lived in, created and transformed. It seems t...More
How to start tracing your Victorian ancestors
Posted 26 October 2016  |  980 views  |  General Interest
5 steps to rock-solid research
Get to grips with the Genealogical Proof Standard with no further delay – Barbara J Starmans shows just how useful it is for sturdy research (like her, you’ll probably wish you’d learned it years ago)
5 steps to rock-solid research
Posted 26 October 2016  |  1302 views  |  General Interest
How to research from your armchair
Now that the nights are drawing in and it’s getting more chilly outside, make the most of these winter hours to explore your family history from the comfort of your own cosy chair. June Terrington has been conducting home-based genealogy research for...More
How to research from your armchair
Posted 28 September 2016  |  986 views  |  General Interest
DNA Tests: Why you need one
DNA testing can help you with your brick walls and has the power to reunite long-lost family members. In Family Tree November Debbie Kennett explains why you should have your DNA tested to help with your family history research.
DNA Tests: Why you need one
Posted 28 September 2016  |  1594 views  |  General Interest
Your 4-week family history research plan
Wondering how to tackle your family history? We can help. Genealogist Mary Evans has researched celebrities’ ancestors on well-known TV show Who Do You Think You Are? Follow her simple four-week plan and you too could have a dazzling family tree just...More
Your 4-week family history research plan
Posted 07 September 2016  |  826 views  |  General Interest
Family history on the go
Take every opportunity to research your family history even when you’re out and about. Chris Paton describes how he uses his mobile phone and tablet for everyday genealogical pursuits
Family history on the go
Posted 07 September 2016  |  1225 views  |  General Interest
Learn to love your Latin
Get ready for a genealogical challenge well worth mastering... Dr Bruce Durie helpfully explains the key Latin words and phrases you’ll need to trace your ancestors even further back in time. You can do it!
Learn to love your Latin
Posted 06 July 2016  |  2522 views  |  General Interest
20 easy ways to make an awesome family history
Make your research better than ever and have lots of fun along the way – Helen Tovey’s ideas will help you grow a family tree to be proud of.
20 easy ways to make an awesome family history

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