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
Did your ancestor leave a will? This is always a very interesting question and the process of finding out is easy to do online. I am sure we all have family legends saying that great grandfather would have been a millionaire if only he hadn’t been cheated out of his rightful inheritance. I have heard… Read More National Probate Index – did your ancestor leave a will?
16 Mar 2018 – New Genealogy Record Releases & Updates. Let’s look at what’s new in the family history world this week This blog contains affiliate links. For more info see disclosure. Ancestry – 16 Mar 2018 – New Genealogy Record Releases & Updates AncestryDNA USA & Canada Ancestry is offering a special for St Patrick’s Day… Read More 16 Mar 2018 – New Genealogy Record Releases & Updates
Understanding Church of England Hierarchy For Your Genealogy Research When using documents such as Parish Registers, Bishops Transcripts, pre 1858 Wills and Probate it is important to understand the Church of England Hierarchy as this can help you know where documents might be held and which databases to look for online. We will start with… Read More Understanding Church of England Hierarchy For Your Genealogy Research
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