Learn where to find English/Welsh Ancestors in the records

 

As the evenings draw in, here in the Northern Hemisphere, now is the time to learn how to find your elusive English or Welsh ancestors in the records.

With the English/Welsh Family History Course you can discover some of the lesser known resources to use and understand what collections are available to you.

 

The Family History Researcher Academy’s English/Welsh Family History Course offers accessible tutorial guides delivered weekly in an online members’ area. These easy to read lessons highlight resources and records available on and off-line which are often overlooked by researchers.

 

“Thank you for your detailed study of English research. I have done a lot of English research, yet much of what you have sent is stuff that people don’t know, so thank you very much for your diligence in putting this together.” S. Johnston

 

“Great series. Will be reading them again as I work on my English ancestors.” J. Gill

 

https://www.familyhistoryresearcher.com/specialoffer/

(The above link is to pay in USD)  – UK customers can pay in Pounds Sterling for the special offer. Click this link: £1 Trial for 1 Month (then £11 per month).

 

 

 

The English/Welsh Family History course has had tremendous feedback, from those who bought the training to complete at their own pace. The 52 weekly modules explore the different resources, data sets and documents that reveal more about English or Welsh ancestry and allow the reader to become a much better informed researcher. Written from a practical point of view, contributors include professional genealogists, online data experts and Nick Thorne.

 

More examples of unsolicited testimonials received and reproduced with the senders’ permission:

 

 “Hi Nick. Thank you very much for this series. I have learnt such a lot and it has increased my knowledge considerably.” A.Vallis.

 

 “The lessons are very good and I would recommend them to anyone” M.Lynn.

 

 “You communicate in an understandable way! Just wanted to thank you for the 52 very interesting lessons. I have them all indexed and saved and will refer back on a regular basis. I very much enjoyed the snippets of social history around the subject, this is so important when doing your own history.” P.Martin.

 

Topics covered in the 12 months include:

 

The census collections, The Parish records, The Parish Chest, Dade Registers, County Record offices and the valuable treasures they contain, Nonconformist Religious records, Clandestine marriages, City and Town Directories, Census substitutes, Apprentices, Professionals, Military, Merchant Navy, Illegitimacy, The Workhouse, Poor Law, Death records, Burial, Wills, Rural ancestors, Bankrupts, Black sheep, Genetics and DNA, Occupations, Maps and Charts, The National Archives and Other depositories, Family Search  Centres, Passports, Manorial records, Newspapers and more!

 

 

The Family History Researcher Academy is offering a Special Offer Trial for just $1 or £1 for a month (then $14 per month x 11 – However, you may cancel anytime).

Receive 4 modules plus bonus content now by going to:

http://www.familyhistoryresearcher.com/specialoffer/

Or to pay in GBP click this link: £1 Trial for 1 Month (then £11 per month).

 

 

 

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‘Family Tree’ Family History Week

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Family Tree Family History Week

Join us for the first-ever Family Tree Family History Week

This spring Family Tree is launching Family History Week – a free online genealogy event of seven days jam-packed with genealogy advice to help family historians of all levels discover new things about the hobby they love.

Where will it take place?

Family History Week will be an online event based at www.family-tree.co.uk where each day, 16-22 April 2018, there will be family history tutorials, useful downloads, essential guides, prizes, quizzes and much more for family historians to enjoy.

Who can join in?

Family Tree would like to welcome family historians and genealogy businesses from all sectors of the heritage community to get involved during the week across social media platforms.

How can you find out more?

The programme for the week will be announced at www.family-tree.co.uk soon.  

If you would like to get involved or find out more please contact helen.t@family-tree.co.uk or lauren.beharrell@warnersgroup.co.uk

Keep up with the latest news on Family History Week via:

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Helen Tovey, Editor of Family Tree, said: “We’re really excited to be launching our first online Family History Week, and we’d like to welcome family historians from all over the world to join in. Our genealogy jamboree will include downloads, guides and discussions to help you trace your tree. From getting starting to getting organised, from dusty old documents to DNA, we’re going to be covering genealogy gems like this during the week. And our goal is that by the end of the seven days we’ll all know a whole lot more about our family histories and would have had a lot of fun learning too!”

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