Tag Archives: family history

A wonderful life…

This is a remarkable story shared recently by one student on a recent Leicester family history beginners course. I recently started my first WEA family history course at Leicester College and began tracing my family tree. It didn’t take long … Continue reading

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WELCOME!

A special welcome to all students new and ‘old’ to this learning blog. Only students of my family history courses, past and present, are given access to the resources and are able to create or reply to posts. I will use … Continue reading

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Are you stuck?

Have you decided to visit this learner blog because you are stuck? Why not post or reply with details of where you have become stuck? Let’s see if someone in our little community can offer you advice…

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Genealogy Brainstorming: I’m Stuck. Now What?

Everybody, and I do mean EVERYBODY gets stuck in their research at some time. Here is a very useful video to encourage you in your plight. Other useful videos can be found on my page ‘Keep Going!’

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How to become your own grandpa!

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