The Family History Researcher Academy revises its Popular Course to Celebrate its 3rd Birthday

The following announcement was written by the folks at Family History Researcher Academy:

Back in Spring 2013 Nick Thorne launched his English/Welsh family history course online to help people with ancestors from this part of the world find their family in the records. He saw that many family history researchers would benefit from a set of accessible guides that would show them how to master the many record collections and the various resources available. With this knowledge they would be better equipped to discover their English/Welsh ancestors more easily.

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Nick, has researched ancestors for private clients, worked on various projects for one of the leading British genealogical research websites, and is also a regular writer in Discover Your Ancestors Bookazine and its sister monthly online periodical. He writes case-study articles, published in several of the monthly British family history magazines, which reveal the best way to make the most of the records sets on a top data subscription site. Nick also has his own Help Me With My Family Tree blog at www.NoseyGenealogist.com/blog.

The English/Welsh Family History course has had tremendous feedback, from those who bought the training consisting of 52 weekly lessons that are delivered by email for the students to complete at their own pace. The modules explore the different resources, data sets and documents that reveal more about English or Welsh ancestry and allow the reader to become a much better informed researcher. Written from a practical point of view, with various lessons contributed by professional genealogists, online data experts and by Nick himself, it has been revised for 2016.

Nick Thorne said: “Three years ago I took much of the knowledge that I myself had learned and began writing tutorials to help others. I soon found that people were very appreciative and eager to discover more and so the Family History Researcher Academy course was born.

The tutorials help you to understand where to look for records and introduce you to the collections or archives that you may have overlooked.”

Examples of unsolicited testimonials received and reproduced with the senders permission:
“I am finding the course very useful, even though I have being doing family history for many years.” Kind regards, H.Stephens.

“I would like to thank you for the resources, which I have received weekly, they are very interesting and informative, also a big thank you for the brilliant customer service .” P.Beilby.

“Hi Nick. Thank you very much for this series. I have learnt such a lot and it has increased my knowledge considerably.” A.Vallis.

“The lessons are very good and I would recommend them to anyone” M.Lynn.

“You communicate in an understandable way! Just wanted to thank you for the 52 very interesting lessons. I have them all indexed and saved and will refer back on a regular basis. I very much enjoyed the snippets of social history around the subject, this is so important when doing your own history.” P.Martin.

Topics covered in the 12 months include:

  • The census collections
  • The Parish records
  • The Parish Chest
  • Dade Registers
  • County Record offices and the valuable treasures they contain
  • Nonconformist
  • Religious records
  • Clandestine marriages
  • City and Town Directories
  • Census substitutes
  • Apprentices
  • Professionals
  • Army
  • Royal Navy
  • RAF
  • Merchant Navy
  • Illegitimacy
  • The Workhouse
  • Poor Law
  • Death records
  • Burial
  • Wills
  • Rural ancestors
  • Bankrupts
  • Black sheep
  • Genetics and DNA
  • Occupations
  • Maps and Charts
  • The National Archives
  • Other depositories
  • Family Search Centres
  • Passports
  • Manorial records
  • Newspapers
  • and more!

The Family History Researcher Academy is offering a Special Offer Trial of  just $1 for a month. Receive 4 modules plus bonus content by going to: http://www.familyhistoryresearcher.com/specialoffer/.

2 Comments

I can’t keep up with all the unprocessed records that I already have. Any chance that this offer will exist as an option starting July 1 2016?

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nickthenoseygenealogist May 3, 2016 at 2:56 am

Hi KC, yes, I will probably hold this offer open. But if it has gone, just contact me via my website and I’ll see what I can do at the time!

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