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Karen Cummings
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AGRA Member. Qualifications in Genealogy: IHGS Higher Certificate (Distinction) & IHGS Diploma in Genealogy (professional qualification). Pharos Tutor.
AGRA Member. Qualifications in Genealogy: IHGS Higher Certificate (Distinction) & IHGS Diploma in Genealogy (professional qualification). Pharos Tutor.

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I finally made some time to catch up on some +genealogy reading material: "Tracing Your Leeds Ancestors" and "Tracing Your Birmingham Ancestors". Here's what I thought...

http://www.professionalfamilyhistory.co.uk/blog/2017/03/reading-up-on-the-ancestors/
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Are you interested in becoming a professional genealogist? Perhaps you've already started and you'd like some tips or just reassurance you're doing things right.

There are a few places left on my Pharos Professional Genealogist course, starting later this month.

Feedback from previous students:

"Quite a revelation to see what being a genealogist from the other side of the fence would be - professional viewpoint rather than personal family historian."

"I enjoyed the exercises as they really got me thinking about the issues being discussed and really helped me."

"This course was such a help with advice, support and confidence building. The lessons were the right level for me. (made me think, but not overwhelming) The other students made it very enjoyable too."

http://www.pharostutors.com/details.php?coursenumber=941
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Family history research is so often about searching for your ancestors in documents but don't forget to talk to living relatives too. You never know what gems you're going to uncover, as recent conversations with my father show. +genealogy +familyhistory

http://www.professionalfamilyhistory.co.uk/blog/2016/03/family-anecdotes-of-an-explosive-nature/
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