Building a family tree

tree in the sunlightKnowing, recording and preserving your family history is an enjoyable thing to do, and will help your family know where they come from and deepen their roots.

There are a huge range of both free and paid for genealogy websites out there, so the lovely folk at Who Do You Think You Are? have put together a fantastic guide to help you decide which is the best for you.
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 Check out this article on the BT website, which has a list of 13 sites and apps that you can use to trace your family tree.
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Go back to your roots with the help of Ancestry, whose access to comprehensive national and international records make it super easy for you to access the lives of your ancestors. After a 14-day free trial, you can choose to pay to continue the service, or opt out.

Branch out into the world of family trees with Find My Past. Their website offers a vast range of civil records to help get you started – just input basic information about your family and they will source any relevant records for you. The service is free for 14-days with no obligation to subscribe to paid membership when the trial period expires.
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With lots of great resources out there, it can be hard to know where to start! Check out this helpful guide which covers the basics you should know before building your family tree.

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