Sharon Hintze

Sharon Hintze is the director of the LDS London Family History Centre, the largest LDS centre outside the States. She is a frequent writer and speaker on genealogical topics. Due to the LDS emphasis on tracing your ancestors, she is a fifth generation family historian. Her ancestors come from all parts of the British Isles and Denmark.

Julie Goucher

Julie Goucher has been a keen genealogist since the late 1980's, and has a special

Chris Halliday

Chris Halliday is Family History Leader with the Highland Archive Service based in Inverness. A graduate in Scottish Culture plus Family & Local History from Aberdeen, Dundee and Strathclyde Universities, he covers the Highlands helping visitors with their ancestry research and promoting ancestral tourism. Chris has previously exhibited at WDYTYALive, helped on 'Ask the Experts' and writes occasionally for national family history magazines

John Frearson

John Frearson is a retired construction materials consultant, turned family and company historian, researcher, lecturer and author. He is a member of several Family History Societies and of the Guild of One Name Studies, studying the more than expected number of Frearson family lines.

Michael Gandy

Fellow of SoG, ex-Chairman, present editor of the Genealogists Magazine, Research Officer for the Huguenot Society 1993-2009, life-member and presently on the Council Well-known lecturer and author on family history. Best known for his work on London, the National Archives and the religious groups

Fiona Fitzsimons

Fiona Fitzsimons is a founder and Director of Eneclann, a Trinity College Dublin Campus company specializing in research and digitization of records. From 2012 she ran the Genealogy Advisory Service in the National Library of Ireland, and the popular lunchtime talks as part of the library's summer programme. Fiona is a columnist for History Ireland, and a regular contributor to Irish Lives Remembered, and Irish Central. Research credits for media include Who Do You Think You Are and Finding Our Roots (PBS).

Nicci Fletcher

Nicci Fletcher is like a stick of rock with “writer” printed through her core.  She wrote prolifically between the ages of five and 16 when dyslexia and a WritingDragon™ took control.  Since starting to write again in 2009 she has written four books, with eight more in the pipeline and many ideas in her writing “bucket list”.  She combines her love of writing, genealogy and 16 years experience as a business trainer in her work as a writing mentor.

Beryl Evans

I have worked at the National Library of Wales since 1985, working in various posts relating to family history and public services. At present I am the Research Services Manager. I have contributed to many radio and television programmes relating to family history over the years, as well as contributing and writing for various journals and magazines and giving talks on various aspects of Welsh family history.

Mary Evans

A regular contributor to Family Tree magazine, Mary has written articles, some on brick walls, and two series about online resources. She is one of the panel of experts on the Q&A page and submits an occasional 'Brick Wall Special' to this. She is also an administrator for the Family Tree Forum where she enjoys helping members with their family history problems. She has contributed to Who Do You Think You Are? episodes and was the genealogist on Julian Fellowes' Great Houses series.

George English

George English, founder of Research Through People, the friendly professional Family History service, has many years of experience of genealogical research in England, Scotland and other parts of the world. This is built on a career of helping people and organisations to improve and achieve exceptional results. As well as an extensive knowledge of archive and online sources, he specialises in bringing ancestors to life through the social and historical background of the times they lived in and producing easy-to-read reports.