Five Ways to Find Pauper Ancestors

12:40 - 13:00

Found a pauper on your family tree? Or an elderly relative who died in the workhouse? Or an orphaned child who was sent to an orphanage? If you want to know more about how you can find out about these people and their lives then come along to this talk. Gruel will not be served.

'Do as I Say NOT as I Did!' Confessions of an Imperfect Genealogist

10:40 - 11:00

After over 30 years of research Sue was forced to review & rethink her research when she decided to establish a one name study re her maiden name Swalwell. That reflection  has lead her to conclude that she has been an imperfect Genealogist. In this talk Sue will share her confessions of the key mistakes she has made and the lessons she has learnt re the approach, process and technique of being a good Genealogist."

Five Killer Apps for Mobile Genealogy

10:15 - 10:35

Many of us have a smart phone with us when we are out doing our genealogy research. What are the apps that will best aid us in our pursuit?

Five Killer Apps for Mobile Genealogy

10:15 - 10:35

Many of us have a smart phone with us when we are out doing our genealogy research. What are the apps that will best aid us in our pursuit?

Four top resources that you’ve never heard off (and you’ll kick yourself when you find out what they are)

16:15 - 16:35

What if there are records out there that you’ve never used that could tell you more about your ancestors or overcome that elusive brick wall. This presentation will look at four unusual sources that may provide the answers. Will they transform your research? We’ll leave that for you to decide.

Transferring Data in and out of Online Family Trees

15:15 - 15:35

We all get frustrated at times with our existing program or it could be that you simply want to copy it to an online service or send a copy to a relative.

There are many ways to import or export depending on the program you use and this lecture will attempt to point you in the right direction.

Great Family History Books Online

12:40 - 13:00

You’d be amazed at the things you can find out in online books. Millions of books, both family histories and source materials, are available for free. Learn where and how to search them. It’s easier and more productive than you think, and content from many countries awaits you. If you haven’t used books before, now is the time to begin.