Ancestry® expands AncestryClassroom™ access to educators in the United Kingdom

Posted by twheeler on June 8, 2023 in AncestryClassroom, United Kingdom

  At Ancestry®, we aim to mobilise our global Ancestry family and products to build more connected and resilient communities and to empower the next generation of history makers.    For nearly a decade, AncestryClassroom™ has helped students learn more about themselves, navigate the world around them, and become more resilient. We do this by Read More

Extra Extra! Tips for researching on

Posted by Kristen Hyde on April 29, 2020 in United Kingdom

Newspapers are an amazing resource for not only finding new information or details about your ancestors, but understanding what was happening in the world around them. They are a rich tapestry of stories which can add colour to the lives your ancestors lived. provides a valuable resource for uncovering these stories. With newspapers from Read More

The Value of Parish Registers in the 1800s

Posted by Kristen Hyde on April 29, 2020 in United Kingdom

Parish registers are a valuable resource for finding key information about our ancestors in the 1800s. To help us understand this fascinating period and how parish registers can be interpreted, we’ve invited Andrew Lott, Senior Information Officer at London Metropolitan Archives, to share his expertise. Understanding 18th Century Parish Registers At the start of the Read More