My guest, expert genealogist, Judith Batchelor shares stories from her family tree – including the discovery that one of her ancestors lost his arm in a terrible accident.
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A Spotlight on Judith Batchelor
Best known as “Genealogy Jude”, Judith spent over ten years working as a professional genealogist at the Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies in Canterbury, Kent, England. Here she gained the Higher Certificate and Diploma in Genealogy and began teaching, writing and lecturing on family history as well as researching numerous family histories. Judith also authored and became a tutor for the correspondence course run by the Institute.
Judith shares her passion for family history and her extensive knowledge over at genealogyjude.co.uk.
Write Up Your Family History
During my interview with Judith Batchelor (Genealogy Jude) she shared the joy she’s found writing up her family history on her blog. But I know a lot of people struggle to write up their ancestors stories.
In this article I’ll help you transform dry facts into exciting stories – using newspapers and my FIG technique.
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