How-to Guides

Wherever you are in your family history research, there is always something new to learn and discover. In this section of our website you can read our bitesize guides to getting started in family history and how to take your research further.

To mark the centenary of the vote being granted to (some) women, and the 90th anniversary of it being granted to ...

28/05/2018

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TheGenealogist has added habitual criminal registers and habitual drunkards registers of the Metropolitan Police ...

25/05/2018

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Find out how to carry out effective family history searches and discover more ancestors with our top tips for ...

24/05/2018

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Genealogy website FindMyPast has announced a new partnership with Kent County Council that will result in the ...

23/05/2018

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Locate your missing ancestors on the census, with Family Tree magazine’s top tips on using the census for family ...

17/05/2018

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Simon Michael explores a fascinating family history dating back 500 years that has influenced his series of ...

11/05/2018

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Findmypast has announced it has added indexes containing over eight million New York records to its exclusive ...

09/05/2018

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There are so many ways in which to remember our lives. Anne Renwick's family have a project which combines being a ...

04/05/2018

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When we're researching our family history, visiting an ancestor's grave is an important and moving trip to make. ...

04/05/2018

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Chris Paton provides an expert guide to the top websites – mostly free – to help you locate Church of Ireland ...

03/05/2018

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TheGenealogist has added to its Parish Records collections with a second batch of Warwickshire registers in an ...

03/05/2018

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Find out how to search for your ancestors on the FindMyPast family history website - and expand your family tree. ...

03/05/2018

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