If you've been researching your own British Isles family history, like I have for a number of years, then you too have probably hit some brick walls.
You, like me, probably concentrated on all the easy connections in your family tree leaving all the frustrating ones to one side.
In my own research I continuously came up against all sorts of ancestor brick walls; but I didn't know how to get past them, in the early days. I missed out on a lot of leads that I could have found and followed sooner.
Eventually I realised that I needed to find out just how to untangle the illusive roots and branches. So I set out to learn more about the subject of family history.
I've now set it all down in a collection of weekly downloadable guides that you can follow in your own time and at your own speed.
I call it the Family History Researcher Guides Membership Site...
This website is all about increasing your knowledge of resources and records. The more you are familiar with the better you will be able to track down elusive ancestors.
I have listened to suggestions from my customers and in response to the demand for some short individual tutorials, on various aspects of family history research, I have begin recording the Master Mind Audio Series.
These MP3 modules can be downloaded to your computer to listen to or transferred to your MP3 player.
Take a look at the Master Mind Series Audio here.
A regular favourite of my customers is this in depth Audio Download. This family history help resource can aid you to move back before the census and government collected birth marriages and death records Read more here:
"The one-hour tutorial concisely describes the use of key pre-1837 records, addressing both those that can be found online and those that will require a trip to a local studies centre or record office.
...some good teaching points are made."
Family History Monthly Issue 199.
You can access to some of my Free stuff here.
To start off take a look at the podcasts to the right...
Also, there are Articles added all the time to my Blog:
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