Else Churchill from the Society of Genealogists expresses her delight at the success of the show and tells us how popular the talks and lectures have been this year.
If you're interested in learning more about your genealogy but have no idea where to start, our step-by-step guide will help you get going. Click on the links below to find out how to take your first steps in uncovering your roots...
Use the facts that you already know plus the documents hidden away in your house to start to build your family tree.
You may not be the only one in the family who has uncovered some family secrets; speak to other members of your family to find out what they have unearthed.
Birth, marriage and death certificates can reveal a vast array of valuable information, such as full names, dates of birth, occupations and so on.
Use the census to find out where your ancestors were living, who they were living with and, what they were doing for a living at ten yearly intervals. The first census dates back to 1841 so they really play a significant role in tracing your ancestors.
Due to the major role which war has played in society, it is highly likely that one of your ancestors was a member of the armed forces. There are many records which you can explore to find out more about their military experiences.
Click above to find out about your next steps.