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Missing people
6 cheeky tips for searching the census
Alongside birth, marriage and death records, census returns are likely to be amongst the first records that you encounter when researching your family tree – and are incredibly useful sources of information.  Lots of background info about the censuses of individual countries is available online.  To give a potted overview of census records in the British...
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Research your family history
This post has been generously contributed by recent client, Christine Glover, who we have helped to trace the life of a grandfather she never met. If you would like help exploring your own family stories, please contact us for further information. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been curious about my paternal...
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How to find missing relatives
For a variety of reasons, I am regularly commissioned to find missing people in my work at Research Roots. When someone has died, I may be asked by a solicitor or accountant dealing with probate to find someone named in a will or, when no will exists, to construct a family tree and locate surviving...
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