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This Blog aims to cover UK genealogy research topics from all counties in Britain                                      My British ancestors article will start our first genealogy subject.

UK Genealogy Family History Through Time

by Ian Hextall 04 Nov, 2017
This is a link to a very interesting article written by Patrick Collington for The Telegraph news paper, You’ve seen the ads: ancestry tests that can link you to long-lost relatives and, with just a small saliva sample, map your roots. I took the test.
by Ian Hextall 10 Oct, 2017
Cherished family memories of times past with loved ones
I know like myself we all have such happy memories of our youth and the happy times days spent with past family members maybe parents or maternal paternal Grandparents. Memories of special family occasions like Holidays, Christmas or just the loving times of being together.
Here at UK Genealogy com, my aim is to help you and your family rekindle these memories and those of past family members. I can do this via carrying out an ancestor search and locating your ancestors from Scotland old documents and family history records. I will bring together in one place your family documents and genealogical records, From this data I will write for you a wonderful family report and build an A3 sized family tree chart.
Your family memories and the lives of your past family ancestors will be recorded forever in time. My UK genealogy research services will give you and your family a wonderful family history legacy to be passed down through each generation. A legacy for your future family generations to cherish.
by Ian Hextall 03 Oct, 2017
Sep 25, 2017

I had been doing my own family research for many years and had built up an extensive tree with over four hundred names in it. However, I could not find a birth certificate for my paternal grandfather and had no idea where he had been born. I had accumulated much info on my mother's side and my wife's family too. But my grandfather's side always drew blanks. I phoned Ian Hextall and gave him what little information I had on my father, grandfather and his parent's names from a marriage certificate between my grand-dad and gran. Within less than two weeks Ian had found my grandfather's birth certificate, along with a brother's and a sister's I had known nothing about. He also traced their ancestors back to Ireland and produced for me a well-produced folder containing loads of new information. Ian also found me living descendants of my grandfather's sister, living in Rhode Island in the USA. One of them had been searching for relations too for over thirty-five years! I was completely bowled over by Ian's results. It was amazing what he'd done for me in a short space of time. I thought what he charged me for his services was very reasonable when I consider the time and money I have spent on research which began around 1975, long before the internet was available. This last ten years or so I've spent a small fortune on Scotland's People website and others, along with visits to various registry offices too. Ian Hextall is very thorough in his work because he hates to be unsuccessful, which is part of his driving force. For anyone struggling with their research or for someone who wants their family tree done professionally from scratch, then I would certainly recommend Ian Hextall's services.

by Irina Cerchez 10 Feb, 2017
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