10 Top Genealogy Tips For Interviewing Family 10 Top Genealogy Tips For Interviewing Family. It is very easy to get swept up in researching your family history going back further and further at a press of a search button but spare a thought for the family who are still with us, living and breathing and… Read More 10 Top Genealogy Tips For Interviewing Family
British History Online – a genealogy gem of a website. British History Online is a website that you really do need to know about whatever level of genealogist you are. It can look a little daunting to those who are new to genealogy, but rest assured it is very easy to find your way around and… Read More British History Online – a genealogy gem of a website
5 Rules of Genealogy Research Strategy I have been researching for many years and have worked on hundreds of family trees for my clients as well as my own genealogy and this has enabled me to fine tune my own research strategy which I want to share with you today. It is very easy when… Read More 5 Rules of Genealogy Research Strategy
Gregorian Calendar – The mystery of the missing 11 days. If you have ventured back in English and Welsh parish registers to the year 1752 you might have noticed that nothing seemed to have happen in your ancestral parishes between 2 September and 14 September 1752. No baptisms, no marriages and absolutely no burials. You might think that… Read More Gregorian Calendar – The mystery of the missing 11 days!
The National Archives – Discovery. The National Archives – Discovery search page is a place you should get to know really well. Many researchers think it is just the place where you go to see if there are enough records at National Archives appertaining to your family history to make it worth a trip to… Read More The National Archives – Discovery