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Working together for family history

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Family history is all about collaboration and making connections – none of us would have a family tree without this! And at Family Tree we definitely believe in working together with others for truly great results…

 

 

 

For this reason we’re delighted to have such inspiring, innovative and diverse organisations on board for the forthcoming first-ever Family Tree Live show. Together our Associate Sponsors – Family Tree DNA, The Society of Genealogists and MyHeritage – will provide you with many of the resources needed by today’s family history enthusiast:

  • Explore the rich collections of online family history records from MyHeritage, their fabulous international online Family Tree Builder website, plus their DNA tests and gene matching tools too.
  • Discover the wealth of knowledge, the genealogy collections in the UK’s largest family history library, and the digitised treasures available to members of the Society of Genealogists (an organisation that has been helping family historians since before the First World War!).
  • Investigate the potential of the most extensive range of family history DNA tests from Family Tree DNA who – together with the International Society of Genetic Genealogy – will be providing a dedicated DNA lecture programme to help you decode the clues locked in your genes, plus give you the opportunity to buy fatherline, motherline and full family finder DNA tests.
  • Plus of course our partner – The Federation of Family History Societies, and many of their member societies from all over, will be on hand to advise you. Brimming with knowledge about local family history projects and records, there’s nothing like the ‘feet on the ground’ insights that family history societies can offer to help you learn about your ancestors’ bygone worlds.

 

Come along to Family Tree Live and get your chance to speak to experts on so many areas of family history. Come and ask those questions that have been puzzling you. Come and be inspired! There’s so much to discover on your family tree trail – and no time to waste.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

To find out more and book your tickets to Family Tree Live, just visit www.family-tree.co.uk and click on the black ‘Family Tree Live’ tab or call 0844 581 4989*

*PS - If you subscribe to Family Tree don’t forget to quote ‘FT’ and the last 5 figures of your subscriber number to claim your subscriber discount. (for more information click here)

 


                                                  


 

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