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How to do your family tree - 60 second video guide for family history beginners

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Have you always wanted to do your family tree but unsure how to get started? Helen Tovey, editor of Family Tree magazine, shows you how easy it is to start finding your ancestors in this 60-second video.

Find out how to use clues that are probably already in your own home so that, starting with yourself, you can work backwards generation by generation - through your parents, two sets of grandparents and so on...

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For lots more tips and advice on how to do your family tree, don't miss our How To Start Your Family Tree digital guide.

Watch Helen's 60-second guide to using birth certificates in family history.

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