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.

The lives of Tudor and Stuart seafarers can be explored as never before through a brand new gallery, opening on 20 ...

06/09/2018

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The genealogy website FindMyPast has today announced the release over 53 million indexed England and Wales ...

31/08/2018

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The records of 1.5 million individuals, together with a selection of images, have been added to TheGenealogist's ...

30/08/2018

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In this special interview, Rosemary Sassoon offer her expert advice on caring for family memorabilia and deciding ...

29/08/2018

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John Symons introduces a family history society for those with ancestors from the north west of Greater London. ...

28/08/2018

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Professional researcher Kim Cook shares her experiences of dealing with family skeletons and secrets, as we ponder ...

28/08/2018

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A look at the Federation of Family History Societies – motoring strong since 1974! ...

24/08/2018

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Forces War Records has now transcribed over 100,000 records to those individuals who were awarded the ‘Palestine ...

23/08/2018

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Almost 100,000 Isle of Wight cemetery records are now available online, as the Isle of Wight Council launches a ...

21/08/2018

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In this blog we answer a range of questions, from who to get started to the different types of DNA tests ...

18/08/2018

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There’s a wealth of free family history information available on a wide range of British university research ...

17/08/2018

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Many family history researchers become interested in learning about the regiments their ancestors served in. Here ...

17/08/2018

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