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
I’m a member of several UK Facebook genealogy groups, and one of the most frequently asked questions I see, is “should I subscribe to Ancestry.co.uk or Find My
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.
Samuel Livewell Davies was my 3x Great-Grandfather. I have always wondered whether his middle name was pronounced live-well (as in “I live for genealogy”) or live-well (as in, “I feel a-live“). And more to the… Read More »From Policeman to Defendant: Samuel Livewell Davies
Wow! Is it just me or has the first half of the year whizzed by? It’s amazing how quickly 6 months can go by. Christmas feels like yesterday, and paradoxically it’s a distant memory. All… Read More »6 Questions to Help You Smash Your Genealogy Goals
Have you considered joining the Guild of One-Name Studies? There are so many Family History Societies, Local History groups and genealogical associations to join. Deciding which one(s) to go for can be struggle, especially, if… Read More »A complete guide to the Guild of One-Name Studies