The Family History Researcher Academy Adds to Its English/Welsh Family History Course

The following announcement was written by Nick Thorne at The Family History Researcher Academy:

The Family History Researcher Academy’s English/Welsh family history course now includes:

Tracing your ancestors back to England or Wales from elsewhere.

Did your ancestors come from Europe – in particular England or Wales?

  • Many British people emigrated to start new lives in the U.S.A., Canada, Australia, New Zealand and other parts of the world.
  • Now the course comes with added extra material, at the beginning, for those tracing their ancestors back to England or Wales from elsewhere.

Where you start to look for your ancestor’s records rests on how far back you need to go. This may depend on when your English/Welsh ancestor emigrated to the new country. Some may have been in recent years while others, such as the Pilgrim Fathers, may have set down their new roots centuries ago.

The course explores all the main and some of the lesser known record collections on and offline for English/Welsh ancestors and is available on a trial offer of just a US$1 for the first month.

Nick Thorne has researched ancestors for private clients; worked on various projects for one of the leading British genealogical research websites; and is a regular writer for Discover Your Ancestors Bookazine and its sister monthly online periodical. He is the author of various 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 of a top British data subscription site and has his own blog: The Nosey Genealogist’s Help Me With My Family Tree blog.

Nick said about the course:

“Many people find that they are descended from an ancestor who emigrated from England or Wales and don’t know where to look or how to start their research. This course is designed to help by revealing where to look and what you may find!”

The Family History Researcher Academy English/Welsh family history course has had tremendous feedback, from many happy researchers who took up the training. Made up of 52 weekly lessons, delivered as pdf tutorial to download, it can be done at your own pace.

For $1 you can now try the course for a full month, study the modules sent to you in that time and if you don’t want to proceed simply cancel your monthly payment and walk away. There will be no hard feelings and you get to keep all the lessons that you have received, plus the various bonuses.

The weekly pdf modules explore the many 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 with the skills to find their own elusive ancestors. Written from a practical point of view, with various lessons contributed by professional genealogists, online data experts and by Nick himself, the module include various case studies to copy.

Amongst the records examined in the course are:

  • the vital records of Births, Marriages and Deaths collected from 1837 onward by the government and recorded at the General Register Office;
  • the official Census count taken every ten years from 1841 to 1911 and searchable online;
  • the Parish records of parishes in England and Wales and deposited mainly in the County Records Office, with many having been published online at subscription data sites;
  • Nonconformist registers;
  • Military records;
  • Newspapers;
  • Trade and Street Town directories;
  • Wills;
  • Probates;
  • Passenger lists;
  • Emigration;
  • Naturalization;
  • land records and so many more.

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