How well do you know family history resources?

By Rosemary Collins, 6 December 2017 - 5:13pm

In our new issue, TV genealogist Laura Berry picks her 10 essential records for family historians. Test your knowledge of these top sources with our quiz


Birth, marriage and death certificates are crucial to tracing your family history

These days, more and more family history resources are being published online, in many cases for free.

However, the basic records, including birth, marriage and death certificates, census returns and probate records, will always be vital to family historians.

In our latest issue, Laura Berry, genealogist on the Who Do You Think You Are? TV show, reveals her top 10 record sets that every family historian should use.

But how well do you know these records already?

We've put together a quiz full of brain teasers for genealogists, both beginners and experts.

To see how you measure up, click here.

And remember, whether you're new to family history or know it all but want to take your research further, Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine has loads of useful articles to help you grow your family tree.

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