Fascinated by family history programmes on TV?

" Who Else Wants To
Know How To Use The Web To Trace Their Ancestors, From the British Isles, With Ease 

And Be Given The SECRETS That Professional Genealogists Use To Break Through Those 'Brickwalls' That So Frustrate The Amateur? "

Find ancestors on the internet

Family Tree research is a growing pastime for many of us. 

With television shows that can pull in 6 million British viewers and large exhibitions in Central London and others around the country each year, all point to just how keen we are on this type of history.

Olympia, London May 2008 Celebrity Alistair McGowan at exhibition

 TV historians Peter and Dan Snow

But some of our ancestors seem to hide away from the casual search on the web.  With time you may work out how to unlock the records. Or you could get going today.


Dear Friend,

If you are interested in breaking through those brickwalls that so frustrate the new family historian ... then this is going to be the most exciting message you have ever read.

Here's why:

There is an amazing new resource called, "Beginning Family History Research on the Internet." It covers nearly everything you need to know about the tips and tricks that the professional family researchers use to get past those tiresome blockades. You know the ones I mean.. those brickwalls that will insist on springing up, for almost all of us Family Tree Researchers, when we are on the trail of an ancestor.

Imagine being able to uncover that enigmatic ancestor who, it would seem, had somehow managed to buck the system and slip through the official net on census night.. Wouldn't that be great?

Perhaps they really did get left off the household return; but I'm sure you will be glad to know that it is much more likely that they are there, just hidden from a casual search.

Believe me, its true. In most cases an ancestor, not appearing where you expected them to be in the UK census data, is probably down to a fault with the way the census has been transcribed and not that your forefathers deliberately hid from the authorities on census night. This means that they can be found. You just need the tools and to know how, to use them.

Or what about if you could be shown how to get the most from the Internet to find your forebears in Trade Directories? How would that feel if you could do this?

I've found addresses for my ancestors in Plymouth, where some of them were tradesmen. Seen actual display advertisements that they had placed in the city's trade directories and I've found the address of a well to do Scottish Gentleman, from who I am also descended, living in some style in a villa in Cheltenham in the 1850's.

Imagine being able to use a free Internet resource to crack the Latter Day Saints website wide open, so that it will now allow you to search the parish records for a town by last name? This is something that you just can not do on the LDS site itself! It truly is possible, believe me, I've done it for my own family research, but you do need to know where to go to find this site.

That's what this brand new e-book could help you to do.

And it's not like any other e-report you've ever read on breaking through those brick walls that so frustrate the amateur.


Simply, every section in the book is there because "you asked for it." Well, not "you" really. But from real live questions. Questions from people who love the tips and tricks that I've taken from the professional family historians. The clues I've been given as to how to get past those tiresome blockades. You know what I mean.. those times when a line of your family tree seems to grind to a halt, just when you think you are getting somewhere. A simple webpage was set up, and people like you visited it and left me their most pressing questions on their problems in family research. They also asked what advice and special techniques that the professional genealogists used in getting past those tiresome blockades.

Then I answered them!

Which means no fluff. Just the real answers you want to know.

You'll discover all types of exciting tips.

      So If you'd like to trace your British Isles Ancestors by looking at a few websites from home and be shown the tips and tricks of the professionals use, then this downloadable resource is for you.

Here's why:

     This report takes you through the basics of Internet genealogy and beyond with helpful advice on how to get past those annoying brickwalls that keep rearing up for almost every Family History Researcher that has ever tried to trace their family tree.

     Now I am guessing, that when you first started out, you may have taken out a subscription to a genealogy website and plugged in a few of your ancestors into the search box. Chances are you found some of them in the census records and then, for some reason, your forebears disappear. Frustration sets in and you give up, or hand the project over to a professional who will charge you a fee to use their expert skills.

      I can show you some of the techniques that may unblock the logjam and get you going again.

     Now, I know you're probably sceptical. That's normal and healthy, so don't worry. Let me give you three good reasons to put your mind at ease:

Three Reasons To Believe What I Say:

       Reason one: If you are stuck and think that your family must beNick Thorne - The Nosey Genealogist the only one that managed to be missed out of some, or all of the official British Isles document collections, well you are not alone! If you can't understand why others find it easy to find great-great-grandparents on the websites while yours hide away from you, I know how you feel as I've been there too. Not so very long ago I was in your position too and so I can identify with your frustration 100 per cent and consequently I've written the manual from my own experience of family research on the Internet.

       Reason two: I've decided to scratch beneath the surface in this downloadable report. I'll show you some of the techniques that I have learnt from professional genealogists that you can easily use, as I have, to get back on track. For example, how did I find the birth date of a sibling of my grandmother's who died in infancy and no one could tell me when? You'll need to read the report to find out!

  Beginning Family history report cover

        Reason three: Where ever possible I like to explain in simple terms and take you through the steps I would take myself. As a bonus I have included a link to a helpful screen-cast video within my website. It'll show you the steps to take to crack the brickwalls on ancestor research websites so that they begin to reveal the valuable information that they contain. 

Here is a summary of the benefits you receive:

  • 5 proven Golden Rules of Family Research to set you on track

  • Why Family History Software can help you, which one do I use and where to get it

  • How to populate your tree from major on-line sites

  • A free and easy way to populate your family tree.. using the free sites to find Births Marriages and Deaths in Britain

  • The little-known way to find lost siblings and more

  • Brickwalls and strategies to burst through them

  • Many other genealogical tips and advice given to me by professionals and passed on in simple words and pictures

  • AMAZING! Discover in a matter of minutes how to go beyond the Census, how to do it and where to look

  • 3 easy to use websites for pre 1837 marriages, from before the state took over registration

  • REVEALED! FREE Specialist software to find English, Scots and Welsh Parish locations. This piece of software will be invaluable to you once you get past the online UK census database years - that is before 1841.

      Now, you're probably wondering how and why all these points are achievable.

      Let me explain.

      You'll learn the secrets of Tracing Ancestors on the Web and avoid the costly mistakes others make. You'll see how to use this knowledge to get past those inevitable brick walls and get back on track.

      Don't take my word for it Listen to what recent users are saying:


Your package showed me just how simple it was to find the information I needed on the family history websites.”

Mrs A Derbyshire. Coalville. North West Leicestershire.UK.

You make it so easy to understand for the non-technical computer user...”

C.Clyde. Rugby. UK.

       Beginning Family History Research does all it promises and more. You won't find anything quite like it at the price, anywhere. The demand for Family History Researchers to complete client's trees is huge and so I urge you to grasp this opportunity now to do it your self and save yourself their fees. Take advantage of an offer that may not come again! Not only will you save yourself money, but quite possibly many hours of valuable time.

      Now if you are looking for someone to do it all for you, then this is NOT for you. Much of the pleasure, in this field, is doing the detective work yourself. I get such a buzz when another door is opened and one more ancestor is revealed and this package is for people who share this thrill.

      This manual and bonus resources is to aid you to do the research yourself, so if that's you then this is what you are looking for and you could own this report and be reading it in less than 5 minutes from now.


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Book cover: Beginning Family History

Warning: Do NOT buy any other Family History manual unless it meets the following 6 criteria:

      There is a lot of confusion surrounding our field. I want to give you 6 criteria or elements you absolutely, positively, must have in any solution you obtain:

       One: KISS - Keep It Simple Sunshine (or words to that effect) Is it written in plain English? Mine is!

       Two: Some people learn better from seeing, others from hearing...are there visual examples such as my free audio files and videos included in the package?

       Three: Does it give you impartial independent advice on which are the best family history websites for your needs?

        Four: Can you get back past the 1841 or do they run out of steam in getting you beyond the Census collections? Remember my manual also introduces you to using Parish records.

        Five: Are trade directories covered? These can be a wealth of information for those whose ancestors appear within their pages and I point you in their direction.

        Six: Has the writer actually done what he or she is writing about?

       I've been researching my own family-tree for several years now and I've stumbled up blind alleys and into brickwalls along the way. I have written this manual from my own experience of actually doing family research and back it up with the knowledge I have received from going on courses to improve my expertise. I can relate to how the new researcher feels as only a few years ago that was me fumbling about, making mistakes and not finding some of my elusive ancestors through lack of skill.

       I’m a bit nosey really, that’s what this boils down to and hence the name I've given my website and the blog! I am so fascinated by who my ancestors were and what they got up to that I decided to start researching my own family tree several years back now. I had very little to go on especially when I asked my dad if he could remember his grandfather’s name. He thought for a second or two and announced: “We called him grandpa” !

         I’ve subsequently found out how to use Ancestry.co.uk and  have become really quite proficient in finding my way around it. I managed to use the full set of UK census back to 1841 and then the Birth Marriages and Deaths until I had got myself back 6 generations of Thornes. I discovered, on the way, that we adopted the extra ‘e’ on the end of our surname in-between the 1871 and 1881 census, when my great-great grandfather came back to Dartmouth from working in the naval dockyards of Portsmouth. He returned with a wife and I have to wonder if it was under her influence that the extra letter was attached?

       When I started on my paternal grandmother’s line I found myself in Plymouth and some problems with misspelling in transcriptions. One of my ancestors seemed to be called Rover! He turned out to be a Robert, I am pleased to say. This branch of my tree impressed me in that they all seemed to be grafters, working their way up from being mostly small businesspeople to one or two of them living on their "own means" by the end.

       Then I turned to my mother’s line. It was here that I was in for quite a surprise…one of my maternal branches turned out to be well-healed gentle folk descended from the Scottish aristocracy. It was well documented and reaching way way back to 1165, or so, and a Norman court official who was "cupbearer" to two Kings of Scotland! Something none of us, in my immediate family, knew until I uncovered our connection to a branch of an illustrious clan.

       As I tell people about this journey, I am always a little surprised at just how much people are interested in their Family History, but then they often will tell me that they find they don’t have the time or the knowledge to do the research. Now I don’t think it is really too difficult for the majority of us to do and so I decided to put down on paper some simple pointers for people to follow. From these note I created "Beginning Family History Research on the Internet" and that's what I am offering you here today. You too could be off on a fantastic journey into the past within no time at all.

        I'd like to give you some pointers here for FREE. Advice taken directly from the main body of Beginning Family History Research on the Internet. I'm doing this because I really want to be of some help to you, especially if you are just starting out.

       Using the subscription sites you will pretty quickly be able to start searching for your ancestors in the various census. When you manage to locate their households, in these historic documents databases, you will be furnished with some rich information on your family - including the places of their births, their approximate ages, the names of spouses and children and also the address at which they were staying on the night of census. But you need to remember that only family members who are present in the house, on census night, will be recorded. If they are away, for any reason, then they will appear in the census for where ever it was that they spent that night. So, for example, if your head of the household was a commercial traveller then he may be away on business. I found this for one of my ancestors in Plymouth. If the children were staying with grandparents, then they will be recorded at that address and not at their home. Again I discovered this when I just couldn't understand why a direct ancestor had gone missing in one of the census collections. If someone is in prison, or in the workhouse, then they too will be in the returns for that institution.

        If you are having problems finding someone try thinking laterally. Perhaps your ancestors were serving on a ship? British ships in port on census night made returns and so you may find your forfather there. The subscription websites, such as Ancestry.co.uk, TheGenealogist.co.uk, OriginsNetwork.com, FindMyPast.com, or GenesReunited.co.uk to mention a few, have many other data bases available for you to research and the fun can be learning which are going to be useful to you in your research.

        One more thing to remember is if you are finding it difficult to locate an ancestor on one subscription website then try looking for them on another. The differences in the way that they have transcribed the data could just mean that you make that breakthrough on one site while your ancestor is missing on the other.


What's a resource like this worth?

To have someone do all this genealogical research for you would normally cost you around $135 or £90 (I should know, that's what I was quoted by a professional before I learnt how to do it myself!). Particularly for laser-guided accurate information like this - SPECIFICALLY for the tips and tricks of the trade that the professional family historians use to get past those tiresome blockades. This isn't some boiler-plate collection of answers.

Everything is explained in PLAIN English. Which means it's dead-easy to read and understand. And it's logically laid out.

Which is why "Beginning Family History Research on the Internet" would be such a bargain if I asked $37 for it. But I've not decided to even ask that for it!

That's right, a fraction of what it's really worth or what it cost me to research and yet I'm offering it to you for a bargain price of only $27. Why would I make it so affordable? Simply because my costs to deliver it to you are so low.

This is an electronic resource report that can be downloaded to your computer in a flash. Which means you can be reading it and discovering all these amazing secrets in as little as 5 minutes from now.

So I figure I'll be able to offer this fantastic resource of information (which if you follow the tips contained in its pages could really give you some amazing benefits) to more people. And make my investment back over time.

  No matter what however, it's a bargain for you. And yes, I plan on raising the price from $27 to at least double that very soon. Once I get a few more testimonials from satisfied customers, the price will increase. So you'll want to be quick if you want to save some money.

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       Listen, if you were to start surfing for family history on you own then I am sure that you would produce some results from your own efforts; but I bet my bottom dollar you'd hit some dead ends.

       You would probably make a number of mistakes, get frustrated and you may even simply give up on the whole thing.

       This information product contains tons of experience of genealogical research and I put the exact details into a manual so you can follow it step by step......This will save you years of learning.

       In summary, here's what you get: With this document you're given simple, yet very powerful, step by step instructions that will show you EXACTLY how to do family history research plus you get to watch a helpful Family History Video that I have put together about Breaking through Brickwalls. Not to mention the bonuses that I'll tell you about below!

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       Just think, within minutes you could be on your way to gaining that valuable extra knowledge to propel you past the pitfalls that so many fall into.

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       Nb. This is not the video that I mentioned above about "Brickwalls"; this is a completely different packed to the brim with information screen-cast video for you to gain valuable insight from!

 Brickwalls in Family History video on computer screen

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They're each worth every cent. But hey, they're yours FREE. Congratulations!

 But I don't know how long I'll keep these bonuses up there. It's part of a marketing test I'm doing. They're worth a lot to me in my heart, and at any time I could take them down forever. So if you want them, get in quick.

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Okay? So you really can't lose! The e-report is yours no matter what.. and so are the bonuses as well.

       Lets make this clear: If at any time, within the 60 days from purchase, you honestly believe I haven't delivered you valuable information to help you with your family history ambitions, then let me know and I'll issue you a prompt and courteous refund.

       "What I'm saying is, don't decide now if this product is for you.

       Just get it and try it out. If it doesn't do everything I say and more, if it doesn’t make family history research on the Internet easier for you, you needn't worry. If it doesn't show you some fantastic tips that I've learnt from years of research, taking courses and reading around the subject for you, then its my problem and not yours. If the knowledge, that I'm passing on to you, simply doesn't work for you then you have nothing to worry about because you can get every penny of your money back under our company's no-loopholes guarantee.

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P.S. You can quickly populate you family tree with my help and guidance in this report, busting through the brickwalls in family research, what I'm offering is a 60 day guarantee, don't decide now if this product is for you...

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