Blogs

19 February 2014

Staff writer Jon Bauckham discusses the Britain Remembers project and why he's looking forward to seeing more pins added to the map

13 February 2014

Steve Harnell aims to take a more methodical approach to his family research and looks forward to WDYTYA? Live 2014

06 February 2014

A major update to one of Ancestry.co.uk's parish record collections encouraged staff writer Jon Bauckham to solve a family history mystery

30 January 2014

Editor Sarah Williams goes on the trail of her grandmother, born in India, as findmypast.co.uk adds millions of British Library Indian records to its collection

23 January 2014

The National Archives' new online release reveals the story behind the men who fought not to fight in the trenches, says editor Sarah Williams

16 January 2014

As her work experience placement with Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine draws to an end, Marése O’Sullivan shares her own genealogical discoveries

09 January 2014

Production Editor Steve Harnell goes on the hunt for his First World War ancestors

03 January 2014

Back in the office after the festive break, editorial assistant Jon Bauckham shares five family history resolutions to think about in 2014

19 December 2013

There will be lots of new material coming online in 2014 including these ten gems, says editor Sarah Williams

12 December 2013

Dating old photographs is a frequent problem for family historians but don't be daunted, says editor Sarah Williams

05 December 2013

The launch of a new online map resource led editorial assistant Jon Bauckham on a journey down the streets of Victorian London

28 November 2013

With a major publicity campaign in full swing, there's never been a better time to explore your archive, says editor Sarah Williams

21 November 2013

Uncover more about your First World War kin with these five tips, says editor Sarah Williams

14 November 2013

Dotted around the UK there's an under-used resource that could save family historians money and time, says editor Sarah Williams

07 November 2013

After brushing up on his knowledge for the latest WDYTYA? Magazine podcast, editorial assistant Jon Bauckham reveals how easy it can be to start your WW1 research

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