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You have heard it before - Not all (actually, MOST) genealogy records are not online. Unfortunately, those records seem to be where I am not. Traveling to multiple repositories is time consuming and expensive. So, how do we as genealogists access those much needed records?

How far into the past does your family tree go? Most of us struggle the further we go back, but this handy website guide will help. The first issue will be to verify that the genealogy is indeed yours. Get more hints and tips on finding medieval records online with Your Family Tree magazine issue 145 - which is on sale now.

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The Welsh may be the truest Britons according to new genetic research

The study found that Britain can be divided into 17 distinct genetic 'clans', as shown in the map above

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The Society, based in Edinburgh and founded in 1953, helps with research into Scottish family and local history.

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We often experience frustration when our genealogy research stalls at the 1890 census. We must use other "out of the box" strategies to successfully find our ancestors in 1890.

How To find a missing person on census records

1930 census Street Names

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This 'Dictionary of Old Occupations' can be very interesting. Add these details and definitions to the "notes" in your tree to make it come alive. #genealogy

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