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What stories might your ancestors tell?

Your ancestors in Scotland

Your ancestors in Scotland   Scottish records are sometimes much more detailed and impressive than their English counterparts for Family History research. For example registered events include the names of both parents. Having Scottish ancestors will enable you to...

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Your Ancestors in Asia

Your Ancestors in Asia   The largest, most populated continent, is roughly 30% of the worlds total land area and was the area of some of the very first human populations. Today Asian humans constitute 60% of the total human population. Government systems, historical...

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Your Ancestors in Europe

Your Ancestors in Europe Do you have family stories, myths or legends about ancestors arriving from Europe hundreds of years ago? Does your skin, hair, eye colour lead you to believe your ancestors weren't originally British? Do you have more recent experiences of...

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Your Ancestors in India

Your Ancestors in India   The largest democracy in the world. A fast developing, dynamic country with a strong connection to Britain. One that helped shape the dress, culture and food of the 'mother country'. A country that is confident and independent in the world,...

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The 1939 Register

The 1939 Register The 1939 Register is one of the most important contemporary documents available to genealogists (Family Historians). During my new, engaging family history talk I explore: + Why is this one of the most important contemporary documents? + What are the...

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O Canada ! Land of our ancestors

O Canada ! Land of our ancestors Canada is in North America and is one of the worlds most ethnically and multi-culturally diverse countries. This is a result of 3 centuries of large scale immigration. How can you discover your Canadian Ancestors? Canada is the worlds...

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