This blog post is the guide to finding and using marriage records for genealogy purposes. The vast majority of our ancestors were born to married parents. This is great news as it means most of… Read More »Marriage Records for Genealogy: Everything You Need to Know
If you’re reading this then chances are you interested in family history writing. But, how often do you read other people’s family histories? I’m not talking skim reading here. I mean actually taking in the… Read More »How to Go From Boring to Brilliant Family History Writing
OK, so some genealogy brick walls are real BUT I often see people that are really stuck unnecessarily. Sometimes the walls are more like locked doors. One’s we don’t have the funds, time or knowledge… Read More »16 Signs Your Genealogy Brick Walls Are Actually Locked Doors
Your ancestors signature won’t tell you what colour their eyes were. Or whether they had a prominent nose. We’d all love a photograph of our ancestors, but finding a signature can be the next best… Read More »Why you should examine your ancestors signature and how to do it
Inspired by my own experiences of hair loss, this blog seeks to explore the history of women’s hair. It will examine the following questions: Why is a woman’s hair so important to her? Why do… Read More »Hair-story is her-story: Women’s Hair History
It’s that time of year again. Yes, that’s right…the genealogy interviews you’ve all been waiting for! Top tips and 2020 predictions from 8 amazing expert genealogists. This year our Ask the Experts special is bigger… Read More »Exclusive Interview with 8 Expert Genealogists
RootsTech is just around the corner! Are you prepared? Here’s everything you need to ensure you are #RootsTechReady. Make the most of this genealogy extravaganza.