- Your oldest document
- Progress of a sort
- Rejected Apprentices – a little known source
- My Family History – What Now?
- When is DNA not important to family history?
- The next big thing?
- It’s family history Jim, but not as we know it
- Why genealogists love general elections
- Pursuing Probates
- What happened in the year….?
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This is a post by Pharos co-founder Sherry Irvine. It is with some embarrassment that I confess that so many months have passed since my first article on getting back to my family history – to making a start at … Continue reading
This is a guest post by Stuart A. Raymond What did you have to do in order to have your application to become a freeman of the City of Exeter to be rejected? For the period 1780-1802, the answer is … Continue reading
Like anyone else, I have a lot of puzzles to work on in my family tree. One that had been nagging at me for some time was the precise blood relationship between a Joseph Beachcroft who married a Mary Beachcroft. … Continue reading
This post is by Pharos co-founder, Sherry Irvine. We moved three months ago. We have done what many do at some point in retirement, moved to a much smaller home, one that is closer to family. The change precipitated lots … Continue reading
This is cross-posted from Celia Heritage’s blog. Celia is a Tutor with Pharos, a member of AGRA and runs a family history research and teaching business in Kent. Celia says: It is my opinion that genealogy websites should provide … Continue reading
This post is by Wayne Shepheard I have quite an old copy (dated 1984) of the Concise Oxford Dictionary on my bookshelf. I don’t think much has changed over the years since it was published so it remains a reliable … Continue reading