Guides for Beginners
One of the first things you will probably do when starting a genealogical search is to create a family tree. Here are some tips.
We summarize the five top sites you can use to look for your famly history for free.
Articles & Stories
Whispered by elder relatives or discussed in small town gatherings. Family secrets excite genealogists and agitate family members.
In this article, we’ll explore how far our ancestors really travelled during the middle ages, with mail coaches and with railways.
Are you interested in purchasing a DNA test kit, but have fears about privacy? Find out how to do it anonymously.
A guide for those new to genetic genealogy and the use of DNA testing for family research.
In this guidewe delve into inheritace and why DNA tests can show variable results for members of the same family.
A list of the best genealogy and family history podcasts for 2019-2020.
A list of all genealogical societies and groups in England, arranged alphabetically.
Seize Quartiers were used as proof of nobility. Today, they are a great way of representing ancestry.
A one-name study concentrates on people with a single surname, past and present, even if they are not related.
In this guide, we show you how to search for records of births, marriages and deaths of British citizens at sea or abroad.
In this guide, we show you how to search for records of apprentices and masters for England and Wales.
In this guide, we show you how to search for wills for the period 1384-1858 in England and Wales.
In this guide, we show you how to search for probate records such as documents and wills in England and Wales.
The first modern UK census is the 1841 England, Wales and Scotland Census. This article will show you where to find the census.
You can apply for your own service records or for the records of someone who’s deceased.
Learn how to use the site Force War Records and search over 23 million exclusive service men’s records only available on this site.