Starting your own research.


If you would like to do your own research and build your own family tree, but don't know where to begin, or have already made a start but would like some more ideas, my useful guide 'Starting your Family Tree and Continuing your Research' will help.


This contains a wealth of information to get you going:


  • Hints and Tips on where to start, where to find the details you need, how to build your tree and where to get help when you're stuck.
  • How to store your important documents and organise your research.
  • What you can expect to find in Parish Records and where to find them.
  • Poor Law and the Workhouse information.  We all have ancestors that would have fallen on hard times at some point.  What else can we discover about them?
  • Agricultural Labourers. Until the Industrial Revolution, most of the country's income was based on agricultural so most of us will find an 'Ag Lab' somewhere.  This contains details of their lives and information on where to find out more about them.
  • Criminal Ancestors. Whichever side of the law your ancestor was on it is possible to find out more about them!
  • A list of useful websites.

All this for only £35 for an electronic copy and £40 for a hardcopy.


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