Research Skills Workbook

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The Family History Research Skills Workbook by Dr Sophie Kay is packed with ideas to help you search more thoroughly, methodically and successfully - to trace your ancestors' lives and place them in context.

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About the Family History Research Skills Workbook

The Family History Research Skills Workbook is a 52 page printed publication priced £20 (£11.99 for Family Tree subscribers or members of Family Tree Plus).

The Workbook is packed with ideas to help you research smarter, with clear explanations of useful family history tactics, complemented by demonstrations and case studies. It also provides you with the chance to put your new-found genealogy know-how into practice by trying out the tasks set, gaining hands-on practice with the worksheets - and ultimately using the methodologies in your own family history research.


A digital copy of the Research Skills Workbook is included in the Research Skills Studio online course and will be available to customers on the Research Skills Studio course from 23 February 2024.

About the workbook author

From DNA to historical maps, from research methods to historical occupations, Dr. Sophie Kay is a professional genealogist and geneticist at Khronicle® ( who loves all manner of family history research challenges. She’s the Ancestry and Genealogy Expert for popular archaeology show, Time Team; the specialist DNA Tutor for the Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies; and teaches courses in historical mapping techniques and research methodology at Pharos Tutors. She’s also a Member of AGRA, a UK organisation of professional genealogists. Sophie’s family history blog can be found at The Parchment Rustler (, where she shares tips, tricks and strategies for making the most of your ancestral research journey.

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