Relatively Seeking UK, May 2018 Blog Post

Relatively Seeking UK, Blog Posts

Hi, friends were back with this months blog, its been another busy month for the Relatively Seeking UK team, as ever they have been busy researching and searching through hundreds of records.  A few of the team started the month off by attending an excellent lecture based on the Maritime records of Liverpool, presented by one of the worlds top genealogy companies, Find my Past. He was able to give some great guidelines for where and how to do additional research. It was a very interesting talk by Myko Clelland from Find my Past that focused on what records are on their site to help you with your search and how to interpret them.


If your Ancestors were some of the nine million people who sailed from Liverpool between 1830 and 1930 mainly travelling to North America, Australia and New Zealand in search of a new and better life, this talk could be very helpful to your research. A family history talk organised by Liverpool Record Office and the Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History Society People waiting to board a ship to take them to the New World As the month continued we started half a dozen investigations into some of our new client’s ancestors and started building the related sections of their family trees, we will keep you posted if we find any interesting records. As well as travelling around the North West of England looking up records, one of our team has been in Italy continuing to sifting and researching through local records that we have discovered now link four different clients families together through their ancestors. We have spent a lot of time working on and streamlining our new website, we hope you all enjoy reading our articles as well as seeing the many different ways members of our team can assist your own research. Soon we will have the Blog section working fully so that our friends and clients can leave their own comments on topics as well as any testimonials relating to the work we have done for them.