Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine reviewed the top websites for online research, and TheGenealogist has come out on top
Genealogy has never been so popular, helped by the growing number of television programs exploring the subject, like the BBC's "Who Do You Think You Are?", people are taking an ever-increasing interest in their family history.
It has also never been easier to research your Family History as the amount of records available online and CD increases.
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TheGenealogist's innovative smarter, context aware All-in-One search tool scans entire collections of records in one go to return specific results about your ancestors. See your family tree quickly take shape with this exciting new development in the world of online research...
RootsMagic 6 proves there's life in this venerable genealogy package. Key new features include the Web Tags online search tool, expanded CountyCheck Explorer, online publishing, and Timeline Live. It is a much-improved program that closes the gap that had opened up to rival applications.
A common brickwall is when our forebears don't neatly get married where we expect them to. As family researchers we may have had the preconception that our ancestors would surely have got married at the bride's parish church? Well that, it seems, was not always the case!
The tithe schedules are a great tool for discovering the ownership and occupiers of land, drawn up at the time of the survey in the early years of Victoria’s reign. From these we are able to easily discover the ownership and occupiers of land at the time and also the use that the land was put to.
How you can use an array of detailed sources on TheGenealogist to uncover colourful stories from your family’s past.
Find your ancestors and talk about your family history to other family historians - do you have an elusive ancestor? Not sure where to go next? Perhaps you need advice on which software package to use, or which research site is best for you? Roots-Forum lets you get advice from other family historians.