BREAKING NEWS 2 November 2021
Find My Past have announced that from 6 January 2022 the 1921 will be available on their website.
This means that from that date you will be able to find out where your ancestors were on census night, 19 June 1921.
The 1921 census included information not icluded previously so you will be able to know not just what your ancestors did for a living but where they worked and a new marital status of 'divorced' was included.
It will be helpful in some cases in narrowing the period in which an ancestor might have died, or identifying new family members.
I'm Christine Wibberley and I am passionate about family research and helping people get to know their ancestors. I provide the professional expertise, experience and attention to detail needed to serve most Genealogy and Family History requests.
To find out more go to About Me
My site also tells you about my Genealogical and Family History Research Services covering broad UK and and specialised local research in Archives in Lancashire and Greater Manchester.
Wherever you may be in the world if you have British ancestry and are interested in finding out more about it then I can help.
To navigate the site click on a topic in the menu above.
In these pages you'll find some reports and an example of a Family Tree. The tree's rather plain because I'm a genealogist, not an artist, in fact my artistic abilities are about nil. If you would like something a little more artistic there are professionals who will prepare handwritten or painted trees.
The reports on this site are about my own family because all work for clients is confidential unless they give me permission to use it. However I uncover for many of my clients stories about their families and previously unknown ancestors as interesting, if not more so than my own family.
My message is that Family History Research is far more than a list of names and dates. All families are interesting and one of my aims is to introduce my clients to their ancestors and other family members as real people, placed in their historical context.
On the page Some Frequently Asked Questions there's a link at the bottom to a paper explaining about the records used to build the basic family report and tree, a very necessary preliminary when reseraching a family. The document's a bit dry, which is why it's where it is, but its important that my clients understand the limitations and nature of these records. In fact the birth marriage and death records of England and Wales are some of the most uninformative of that type of document in the world in terms of family information provided. Howeveer they can, on occasions be illuminating.
I hope you enjoy my site but please note that the site and everything on it, unless specifically stated, including reports and photographs, is the property and copyright of me
Trace Your Ancestry.
No part of the material is to be used published or copied without permission for any purpose whatsoever.
The site explains the family and other research services of
Trace Your Ancestry.
It also tells a little about me and my background.
You may have wondered what your family was like, what the people in it, your ancestors did for a living. What were their names? Were they rich, poor or something in between? Where did they live? Did they get into trouble with the law?
I can help you find out about some of these things. Most people have acestors with stories to tell as interesting as those on these pages.
For details please go to the
of this site.
Contact Me for half an hour's free without obligation, consultation.
Christine Wibberley LL.B. (Hons)
Solicitor (non practising)
Member of AGRA
Tel. 0800 0248488
(Free from UK Landlines)
Mobile. 07896 611773
(Closed at weekends)
Office hours and availability vary
The office is not available for clients to call in person.