Write a family history that’s your relatives will want to read. One brought to life by newspapers and my FIG technique.
Find resources for delving into medieval genealogy. Ideal for those new to the medieval era.
Do you want to start to trace your family tree? If so then you’ve come to the right place. I’ll take you through the first 3 steps you need to take and give some advice on what to consider after those first steps too! You can start to trace your family tree, quickly, cheaply and relatively easy if you are prepared for a little learning curve. I hope you enjoy “the hunt” as much as I do!
Recording our own thoughts, feelings and memories is an important (but often neglected) part of family history.
Most of us tracing our family tree get stuck at some point. So, here’s 3 things you need to know about names in order to grow a flourishing family tree!
The cost of genealogy data sites (like an Ancestry subscription) can soon add up. So it can be pretty frustrating when our searches don’t yield the results
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 thing. Examining the way in which your ancestor signed their name can give you clues about their life.
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
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