8    Jun 20103 comments

UK National Archives: Free Family History Podcasts

If you haven't seen it already, the UK National Archives website is well worth taking a look at. The site as a whole offers a wealth of resources, but in particular there are a series of podcasts which are targeted at family history researchers.

Topics covered range from discerning your forefathers' wealth to tracing ancestors on the Titanic. There is, of course, a strong British focus to the recordings, but much of the research is helpful beyond the UK, and particularly for Commonwealth countries such as Australia and Canada. These podcasts are well worth having a listen to if you get the time.

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  1. will take a look thank you
  2. I am new to this been trying to find my family roots for some time iam in my late 60 s thanks
  3. Hi, Kgil. I only started my Family Tree at age 82+ (3 years ago) so don't worry! Your home town may have a family History website. Just plunge in and you may make contacts who can help. FOR FREE! Letters to your local newspaper can also help. A lot depends on which country you live in . Regards, Derek

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