Welcome to Surrey Ancestry

Specialising in ancestry and family history research covering Surrey and surrounding counties, including London with a particular interest in the centuries before the start of civil registration and census returns

17th January 2021 UPDATE

Thank you for visiting my services page. Unfortunatly, due to the currect circumstances with Covid-19, the constant opening and closing of services, the current closing of schools and demand on my time for homeschooling and the general need to concentrate on the health and wellbeing of my young family, along with the decision to continue my studies with the IHGS Diploma in Genealogy starting in the coming weeks and due to complete in November this year, I have now taken the very difficult decision to cease taking any large projects of work in 2021. I am however still able and happy to take on small projects of up to 8 hours work, such as researching a specific family member either to discover more about their life or to try and break down a brick wall. Such research would of course at present be limited to online resources.

Further, as and when archives are able to open to the public, should you require any individual ancestors in specific records being looked up and/or copies taken, I will regularly be attending Surrey History Centre and would be happy to assist for a small fee. Please contact me at sarah@surreyancestry.co.uk for a quote.

My aim for this years therefore is to concentrate on home, family life and my studies with the ultimate aim to relaunch a new website and new research services in January 2022.

In the meantime, my blog will continue intermittently to chronicle my family’s life during these strange and challenging times, and there may be the odd research/family history related blog associated with my studies 😉

Episode 6: Using Land Records In Genealogy Research Ask AGRA: Family History Question Time

Professional genealogists and AGRA Members Sue Adams, Cathy Soughton and Grace Tabern offer advice in using land records in genealogical research. Moderated by Carol Kerry Green, professional genealogist and AGRA Member. Introduced by Gill Thomas, professional genealogist and AGRA Member. To find out more about AGRA or to find a professional researcher to help you uncover more about your family history, see our website http://www.agra.org.uk.
  1. Episode 6: Using Land Records In Genealogy Research
  2. Episode 5: DNA in Genealogy Research
  3. Episode 4: Military research including British service in India
  4. Episode 3: Family History Research Before 1837
  5. Episode 2: Ancestral Research – Getting Started

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