Blogs

23 May 2013

If you have Yorkshire family, you'll love the bonus disc that comes with the next issue of the magazine, says deputy editor Claire Vaughan

16 May 2013

Got ancestors who fought in the Boer War? Here's how to discover what they did, says deputy editor Claire Vaughan

09 May 2013

The new issue is out soon and deputy editor Claire Vaughan has been eagerly reading the feature on Victorian criminals in her office copy

02 May 2013

A chance discovery sees deputy editor Claire Vaughan trying to establish family ties with a jailed WW1 female campaigner…

25 April 2013

This week, deputy editor Claire Vaughan tracked down six burials missing from her tree. Here's some useful advice on finding yours…

18 April 2013

Just when you think you've got FamilySearch sussed, it goes and makes some amazing new enhancements to its website. Deputy editor Claire Vaughan checks them out…

11 April 2013

Here's to our inebriate ancestors! If nothing else they've left some great records behind, says deputy editor Claire Vaughan. Find out more in our May issue…

11 April 2013

Back at work after the Easter break and editor Sarah Williams finds herself easily distracted

28 March 2013

The new East Kent parish register release has been a huge source of excitement (and generations) for deputy editor Claire Vaughan

21 March 2013

Despite having started her family tree a mere three months ago, Charlotte Hodgman has been well and truly bitten by the genealogy bug. In her final blog, she shares her top tips for newcomers...

14 March 2013

In her penultimate blog, Charlotte Hodgman discusses the search for her bare-knuckle boxer and Hackney carman ancestors

14 March 2013

Imagine being able to uncover your heritage at the push of a button, says deputy editor Claire Vaughan. You might soon be able to…

08 March 2013

Sometimes, the 'if in doubt, Google it' approach to family history can turn out to be a blessing, as Charlotte Hodgman can now testify

07 March 2013

Without one woman's efforts, Mothering Sunday would have joined the ranks of our forgotten traditions, says Deputy editor Claire Vaughan

28 February 2013

Deputy editor Claire Vaughan, had a great time at Who Do You Think You Are? Live, meeting family historians and soaking up the atmosphere.  What were your favourite bits?

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