Family History - are you interested in where your ancestors came from? Who they were? Would you like some help?
Want to find out the names of your 490 direct ancestors over eight generations, approximately 200 years - lets get started!
Makes a lovely gift for parents or grandparents...present them with the names of direct ancestors going back two hundred years. You will have fun reading the occupations and where your ancestors lived...may even resonate with your life today?
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How I as a professional genealogist can help you trace your ancestors...
Help with tracing your family tree in the UK - I cover the counties, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Oxfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, and London.
Research family history or social history information from the National Archives in Kew and the Metropolitan Archives London.
As an Oral Historian, and a member of the Oral History Association I can help you record your family stories, edit them, and present stories and photographs on to a DVD to be played on a TV or computer (see example below).
Will help you write your family stories for publication or as a book of memories to be passed on to your family.
Am willing to travel and give talks about beginning genealogy, family history stories and recording or photoscribing
Contact me to discuss family research needs to talk about joining via email to write your family stories
to discuss a Taster Talk for your group
to discuss setting up a group for help with genealogy, family research, and writing your stories, or photoscribing.
An example of family history stories by Dorothy - Dorothy had worked in Dwight Eisenhower's office during World War Two, when he was a five star General, and before he became the President of America. In the piece below Dorothy talks about her childhood.
The photographs are not to be copied and used for magazine articles or books.