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Tips for searching genealogy websites Researching online: part 1

Once we’ve established a firm base for our research by getting as much information as possible from old family documents and relatives we can begin to embark on our journey of discovery. While you definitely can’t do it all online, it’s undeniable that the internet is now by far the best starting point.

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You’ll probably want to subscribe to one of the major genealogical sites, which, as far as the UK

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