PLAN YOUR GENEALOGY RESEARCH RIGHT, EVERY TIME, WITH OUR EXPERT ADVICE Save time, money & frustration with Phil Isherwood's practical tips. Phil outlines a step-by-step process for you to follow to help you search more thoroughly & smash your genealogy research roadblocks.
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PLAN YOUR GENEALOGY RESEARCH RIGHT, EVERY TIME, WITH OUR EXPERT ADVICE
Save time, money & frustration with Phil Isherwood's practical tips.
Phil outlines a step-by-step process for you to follow to help you search more thoroughly & smash your genealogy research roadblocks.
COULD YOU BE A TV GENEALOGY RESEARCHER
Simon Wills, on what it's like behind the scenes, tracking down clues for television series such as Who Do You Think You Are?
MASTER GUIDE TO MEDIEVAL RECORDS
Mike Maskey de-mystifies the topic, and reveals that the records you need may be much easier to trace than you might imagine.
HOW TO BUILD A RELIABLE TREE
Discover the key dos and don'ts when starting out on an online family tree
EXPLORING EDUCATIONAL HISTORY
Richard Willis, on investigating a landmark anniversary. Richard also demonstrates the many uses to which genealogical research skills may be put… perhaps you are ready to take on a new research project.
TO TELL, OR NOT TO TELL?
Adèle Emm shares readers' views and feedback on the difficult subject of when it is right to share, and when silence is the wiser route.
DNA Help for Genealogy (UK): A Facebook group in which the topic of conversation is exclusively DNA
Emma Jolly shares insights to the value of researching a locality
FAMILY TREE ACADEMY: CASE STUDY
David Annal shows that we must all be aware of jumping to a conclusion – and how further investigation often pays
DNA Advisor Karen Evans steps up once again to help a reader try to solve a complex situation that has come to light via DNA testing
Bedfordshire Family History Society share their tried and tested methods of running a hybrid meeting
with costume historian Jayne Shrimpton
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