Displaying your family tree

Posted on November 7, 2017

Now that you have done all the research what are you going to do with the results? Displaying your family tree can be an important capstone to a job well done and also serves as an educational tool for the generations who come after you.  Framed family trees can easily become heirlooms, and just think how much easier your job would have been if great-great-Aunt Mabel had framed the current family tree!

Bring in the professionals

Posted on October 25, 2017

Researching your family tree can be a long and complicated process.  If your ancestors emigrated you may find yourself increasingly having to rely on international records which may not be easy to get a hold of, not to mention they may be in a language that you do not understand.  If you keep finding yourself at dead ends or otherwise in need of assistance you may want to consider paying a professional researcher to do some of the work for you.

Tips for using census records

Posted on October 15, 2017

Census records can be an incredibly useful tool when it comes to saving your family history.  They will give you insight into the movements of your ancestors and can help verify the information you find from birth, death and marriage certificates.  They can be especially helpful for researching Scottish and Irish ancestors who were born before the implementation of a civil registration for births, deaths and marriages.

Getting Started

Posted on October 5, 2017

If you are new to genealogy and tracing the roots of your family, WELCOME! It can be difficult to know where to start in your journey of finding out the story of your ancestors, but once you do you are will go on a journey of discovery to uncover the origins of your family and their history.  Read on for our top tips for getting started!

Joining a genealogical club

Posted on September 25, 2017

Researching family genealogy is one of the most popular pastimes in the  UK. Whether you are new to the genealogical game or are a seasoned researcher why not consider joining a genealogical society or family history society?