We are delighted to offer complete collections of Discover Your Ancestors Periodicals on CD in a convenient PDF format. Each issue is packed full of stories, case studies, social history articles and research advice.
In this wide ranging but succinct guidebook, professional writer, lecturer and genealogist Celia Heritage offers expert advice on how to get started using the main online and offline records, and then take research
further using a variety of lesser-known resources.
This informative book shows how occupations can help give a more detailed picture of your ancestor's life and how trades affected their well-being. As well as taking a look at digital records, it also covers some
of the more unusual documents available in archives.
The team behind the popular family and social history magazine Discover Your Ancestors has put together a region-by-region guide to the United Kingdom which will give you a flavour of each area's history and a
run-down of the many useful resources available to researchers.
For the first time you can read the Discover Your Ancestors Periodical in print. With over 100 pages, this compendium is packed full of features, stories, case studies, social history articles, and research advice
from the May-December 2013 issues.
This A4 family history record book is a simple and effective way for recording and displaying your research. You can enter details of up to seven generations in over 50 pages of convenient and easy to read forms.
is an indexed seven generation chart so you can quickly locate entries in your book.
The recent online Family History Show run by Discover Your Ancestors was a huge success, with over a thousand attendees! We are now looking forward to their next online event which takes place on 26th September.
Online Lecture Theatre - Ticketholders can watch free talks throughout the day, with new lectures from the experts. Each talk will be available for 24 hours, so don't worry if you're in another time zone - you
won't miss out!
Ask the Experts – Submit your questions to a panel of experts before the show. Either book a free 1-to-1 session or watch the live stream question panel at 15:30 where the experts answer your questions live!
Societies & Archives - Visit exhibitors, societies, archives and companies in the virtual exhibition hall. Here there will be the opportunity to talk to some of the stallholders by text, audio or video from the
comfort of your own home.
Finding where our ancestors lived in the years after the 1911 census can be a challenge. It requires us to turn to alternative records, and some of the best for this purpose are the Trade, Residential and Telephone Directories.
Using TheGenealogist's Master Search to look for householders in these directories returns us many names from that time - some of whom are still famous today.