Whether your ancestor was a monarchy maven or set sail for the New World, lived in the Dickensian ditches of society or was a member of the British upper crust, there's a multitude of resources for finding information on your British roots. In fact, so much is available that sometimes it's difficult to navigate exactly which websites are the best route to the heritage Holy Grail you're seeking. In this hour-long presentation, if you had family under Her (or His) Majesty's rule, we'll reveal the best websites for your research.
What You'll Learn:
- Best websites for tracing back your British roots
- Top sites for finding your family post-emigration from England to the US
- Leading resources to further your research into English records
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
David A. Fryxell founded Family Tree Magazine, the nation's most popular genealogy publication, and continues to write for the magazine as a contributing editor and "History Matters" columnist. Family Tree Books recently published his latest book, Good Old Days, My Ass. Previously, he edited The Family Tree Guide Book and The Family Tree Guide Book to Europe and contributed to The Family Tree Resource Book for Genealogists