How far back can we trace your ancestry?
The extent to which a family tree can be traced is dependent upon many factors, such as the survival of records, the frequency of occurrence of the surname and the mobility and social status of the family. The records of births, marriages and deaths for England and Wales date from 1837, whilst parish registers of baptisms, marriages and burials have been kept since 1538. Other records, such as wills and manorial documents can be traced back even further than that. We would normally expect to extend the chosen line of your ancestry by several generations beyond the given starting point.
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Ancestors Professional Genealogy Service
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