“Exploring Family Ancestors from Hungary” looks at how the story of family ancestors from Hungary is often closely tied to the history of the nation itself. The new Thursday Thoughts blog post from historytrace.
“Lost Voices” a Thursday Thoughts blog post from historytrace explores the vocal landscape of your ancestry through accents, dialects and languages.
“What Name are You Under?” a Thursday Thoughts blog post from historytrace puts the family name you use into ancestral perspective.
“Country of Origin” a Thursday Thoughts blog post from historytrace explores our ancestors’ identities as former national identities changed.
“Beneath our Feet” a Thursday Thoughts blog post from historytrace explores walking in the very footsteps of your ancestors.
“Fantasy Ancestors” a Thursday Thoughts blogpost from historytrace reflects on how we weave together our narratives of our ancestors lives from the historical evidence we have to hand.
“Revered and Remembered Ancestors” a Thursday Thoughts blogpost from historytrace explores what researching your ancestors can mean to you – from hobby or personal heritage exploration to ancestral veneration and remembrance.
This Thursday Thoughts blogpost explores aspects of the nature versus nurture debate within family history research.
This Thursday Thoughts blogpost explores how family history research and people tracing can be a bit like opening Pandora’s box.
This blogpost explores your ancestors’ time and place through historical contextualisation for Jewish family history research.
In this Research Your Own family history research guide #4 we explore how to identify and research the locations where your ancestors’ lives played out.