Category Archives: The Web

The Barber family infographic

Combining my love for genealogy and infographics – yes! it’s a genealogy infographic. Continue reading

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The digital afterlife and the genealogist

What happens to our digital selves after our physical selves have died? Continue reading

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Join The Family Tree UK on our new look Facebook page

The Family Tree UK is now using the new Facebook Timeline Page style. Continue reading

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Tomb-Tree Tuesday

The Mound, originally uploaded by familytreeuk. This large mound in the city cemetery at Ely, Cambridgeshire is believed to be the mass grave for many people who died during an epidemic. It may have been something like cholera, which swept … Continue reading

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Using Twitter in genealogy

There are loads of articles written about the popular micro-blogging tool Twitter, but I thought that I’d try to share a couple of interesting and handy hints that I have picked up over the last few weeks that has resulted … Continue reading

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