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500 Best Genealogy and Family History Tips

500 Best Genealogy and Family History Tips

Ref: UTP0425

'500 Best Genealogy and Family History Tips' could be be described as a 'brain dump' of me, Thomas M...

British and Irish Newspapers

British and Irish Newspapers

Ref: UTP0285

Records of births, marriages and deaths provide a fantastic starting point for identifying our ances...

A Decade of Centenaries: Researching Ireland 1912-23

A Decade of Centenaries: Researching Ireland 1912-23

Ref: UTP0288

As the issue of Home Rule reared its head for a third time, its supporters and detractors raised mil...

Arrivals in Australia from 1788

Arrivals in Australia from 1788

Ref: UTP0292

This book introduces the history and records of migration to Australia from 1788. Migrating to a new...

Buried Treasure: What's in the English Parish Chest

Buried Treasure: What's in the English Parish Chest

Ref: UTP0562

'Buried Treasure: What's in the English Parish Chest' examines all the records created by parish off...

Citing Historical Sources: A Manual for Family Historians

Citing Historical Sources: A Manual for Family Historians

Ref: UTP0322

'Citing Historical Sources: A Manual for Family Historians' aims to answer the question "how do I re...

Cracking the Code of Old Handwriting

Cracking the Code of Old Handwriting

Ref: UTP0243

Sooner or later, family historians will come across a major obstacle in progressing their research -...

Death Certificates & Archaic Medical Terms

Death Certificates & Archaic Medical Terms

Ref: UTP0181

Death certificates are an important document in family research both to kill off our ancestors and...

Discover English Census Records

Discover English Census Records

Ref: UTP0563

English census records are a fundamental source for English research, because it is the only source ...

Discover English Parish Registers

Discover English Parish Registers

Ref: UTP0561

English parish records are a fundamental source for English research. In this detailed guide, family...

Discover Irish Land Records

Discover Irish Land Records

Ref: UTP0287

The questions that drive us with family history research in Ireland are no different to those asked ...

Discover Irish Land Records - Larger Print Version

Discover Irish Land Records - Larger Print Version

Ref: UTP0287L

!!<>!!Large print version!!<>!! The questions that drive us with fami...

Discover Scottish Church Records 2nd Ed.

Discover Scottish Church Records 2nd Ed.

Ref: UTP0281A

In this greatly expanded second edition of Chris Paton's popular title, he explores the history ...

Discover Scottish Civil Registration Records

Discover Scottish Civil Registration Records

Ref: UTP0284

This latest guide from family historian Chris Paton takes a look at the vast world of Scottish civil...

Discover Scottish Land Records

Discover Scottish Land Records

Ref: UTP0283

This latest guide from family historian Chris Paton takes a look at the complicated records concerni...

DNA for Genealogists 3nd Edition

DNA for Genealogists 3nd Edition

Ref: UTP0291

As well as providing information about ourselves, DNA testing allows us to find others who share our...

Down and Out in Scotland: Researching Ancestral Crisis

Down and Out in Scotland: Researching Ancestral Crisis

Ref: UTP0286

It is perhaps one of greatest truisms of family history research that we will often find that the li...

Evernote for Family Historians

Evernote for Family Historians

Ref: UTP0163

Family historians have more need than most people to be organised. We have a lot of electronic and p...

Family History on the Cheap

Family History on the Cheap

Ref: UTP0003

Genealogy is one of Australias leading hobbies but it can be expensive and time consuming looking f...

Google: The Genealogists Friend

Google: The Genealogists Friend

Ref: UTP0182

by Helen Smith Everyone knows Google as the most used search engine in the world, but for genealogi...

How to Write Your Family History: A Guide to Creating, Planning, Edting & Publishing Family Stories

How to Write Your Family History: A Guide to Creating, Planning, Edting & Publishing Family Stories

Ref: UTP0324

At some time as you tread the seductive, wonderful pathway of completing more and more research, you...

Harnessing the Facebook Generation

Harnessing the Facebook Generation

Ref: UTP0263

Despite its title, this book is not about how to set up a Facebook page, how to Tweet, or how to cre...

Irish Family History Resources Online 2nd Edition

Irish Family History Resources Online 2nd Edition

Ref: UTP0282

There is a popular belief that Irish family history research is virtually impossible because all th...

Locating Your German Ancestor's Place of Origin

Locating Your German Ancestor's Place of Origin

Ref: UTP0201

Emigration from Germany to the Australian and New Zealand colonies went through a number of cycles. ...

London & Middlesex Family History Resources Online

London & Middlesex Family History Resources Online

Ref: UTP0541

London is often called a country in itself. In 1901, as many people lived in the UKs capital city (...

Opening the Doors to Family Tree Maker: Or How to Enter Your Information Correctly

Opening the Doors to Family Tree Maker: Or How to Enter Your Information Correctly

Ref: UTP0372

Family Tree Maker, usually called FTM, is Australia's largest selling genealogy program. It has enjo...

Preserving Your Family's Oral History and Stories

Preserving Your Family's Oral History and Stories

Ref: UTP0423

Many of us got our start in tracing and preserving our family history based on a story, perhaps one ...

Researching in German Civil and Church Records

Researching in German Civil and Church Records

Ref: UTP0202

'Researching in German civil and church records' answers the question 'How can I obtain a birth or m...

Scotlands People: the place to launch your Scottish research

Scotlands People: the place to launch your Scottish research

Ref: UTP0104-A

ScotlandsPeople provides an exceptional source of genealogical records for those with Scottish ance...

So You Are Totally New to Family Tree Maker

So You Are Totally New to Family Tree Maker

Ref: UTP0371

Family Tree Maker, usually called FTM, is Uks largest selling genealogy program. It has enjoyed hug...

Solving Riddles in 19th Century Photo Albums

Solving Riddles in 19th Century Photo Albums

Ref: UTP0241

Many people mistakenly think that the photography process has been around for a very long time. This...

The Ones That Got Away: Tracing Elusive Ancestors Who Move Into, Out From and Whithin Britain

The Ones That Got Away: Tracing Elusive Ancestors Who Move Into, Out From and Whithin Britain

Ref: UTP0262

Sooner or later, all genealogists encounter elusive family members: those who appear as if from nowh...

The War to End War: Tracing Your Great War Australian Military Ancestors

The War to End War: Tracing Your Great War Australian Military Ancestors

Ref: UTP0524

In recent years there has been a substantial increase in the amount of official and individual atten...

Til Death Us Do Part: Causes of Death 1300-1948

Til Death Us Do Part: Causes of Death 1300-1948

Ref: UTP0261

The diseases and accidents of our ancestors are an integral part of our family history, and one thin...

Treasures in Australian Government Gazettes

Treasures in Australian Government Gazettes

Ref: UTP0105

It is true that birth, death and marriage records, wills, cemetery records, newspapers and a range o...

Trove, Discover Genealogy Treasure in the National Library of Australia

Trove, Discover Genealogy Treasure in the National Library of Australia

Ref: UTP0007

From the author: As a regular presenter at genealogy expos and seminars I am constantly surprised b...

What Was the Voyage Really Like? A Brief Guide to Researching Convict & Immigrant Voyages to Australia & New Zealand

What Was the Voyage Really Like? A Brief Guide to Researching Convict & Immigrant Voyages to Australia & New Zealand

Ref: UTP0002

Discovering when and how an ancestor arrived in Australia is the ambition of every family historian....

Where Do I Start? A Brief Guide to Researching your Family History in Australia and New Zealand

Where Do I Start? A Brief Guide to Researching your Family History in Australia and New Zealand

Ref: UTP0010

Where do I start? is perhaps one of the most frequently asked questions from people interested in le...

Your Family History Archives: A Brief Introduction

Your Family History Archives: A Brief Introduction

Ref: UTP0001

Your Family History Archives' is a brief introduction to the basics of recording, organising and car...

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