Wednesday 6 April 2016

TheGenealogist at WDYTYA Live

From TheGenealogist (

New Record Sets Only On TheGenealogist
TheGenealogist is launching 4 unique record sets at Who Do You Think you Are? Live

The latest release adds over one million new parish records.
New Colour Tithe Maps for Surrey in partnership with Surrey Heritage Centre.
New Colour Tithe Maps for Westmorland in partnership with The National Archives.

Parish Records
With over 2.5 million Essex Parish Records, our latest release makes TheGenealogist the place to go for Essex Research.

The launch of 900,000 new Essex Parish Records transcripts brings the total coverage for that county to over 2.5 million individuals, spanning the period from 1512 to 2005

Also released are over 158,000 Worcestershire Parish Records, bringing Worcestershire's coverage to over 2 million individuals.

Colour Tithe Maps in conjunction with the Surrey Heritage Centre, is launching the Surrey Colour Tithe Maps.

Westmorland Colour Tithe Maps are published in partnership with The National Archives and is just one of the many counties to be conserved and digitised by TheGenealogist. Many more will be published in the forthcoming months.

These releases bring the addition of wonderfully detailed colour tithe maps to complement the online collection of tithe schedules and greyscale maps that have already been so well received by family historians researching where their ancestors lived.

Come Join Us at WDYTYA? Live
The largest UK family history show, Who Do You Think You Are? Live! is here! Visit us at the show for some great freebies, as well as money-saving offers and bundles on our stands. Our popular free genealogy tutorials theatre is back, and there will be free talks throughout the day.

We are also giving away a free goody bag for those that are first at our stands, pick yours up on stand 280!

(With thanks to TheGenealogist - a programme of talks by the team will also be running at the show)


For details on my genealogy guide books, including A Decade of Irish Centenaries: Researching Ireland 1912-1923Discover Scottish Church Records (2nd edition), Discover Irish Land Records and Down and Out in Scotland: Researching Ancestral Crisis, please visit My Pinterest account is at

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