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Who Do You Think You Are? - Live 2016

posted 14 Feb 2016, 05:22 by Ian Marson

Who Do You Think You Are? Live will be back in 2016 for it's 10th anniversary event and promises to be the biggest and best show yet.

Linklines Research will be represented by our partner organisation Borderlines Research and we will be on hand to answer your enquiries, give advice and welcome you to commission research with our long time experienced genealogists. Why not come and discuss your research requirements with no obligation and  enter our free prize draw to win My-History gift vouchers.

Gift Vouchers

posted 23 Aug 2015, 09:41 by Ian Marson

Ever had that problem of what to buy someone for Christmas? 

A Family Tree can make a wonderful gift for a friend or relative and a family tree gift voucher can be a better option for many reasons. Before starting any research it is always necessary to ask questions about the family and gain information about names and dates of events. Asking too many questions could spoil the surprise. 

Research can take a while so giving a gift voucher is ideal for that last minute alternative for that special Birthday or Christmas gift. Research is carried out by a professional genealogist from the initial consultation right through to the final report. 

Out gift vouchers are now exclusively on sale through our partners at My-History and can be purchased starting at £50 plus VAT to cover part of a research project or in multiple denominations to cover larger projects.

Doncaster Family History Day

posted 20 Oct 2011, 11:09 by Ian Marson

Saturday 29 October 2011 
10.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m. at The College for the Deaf, Ledger Way, Doncaster, DN2 6AY
I will be giving a talk at this event at 1pm. - Further Sources in Family History - Beyond Births, Marriages and Deaths.

Becoming a Professional Genealogist

posted 11 Sep 2011, 11:24 by Ian Marson

Careers in Genealogy: Saturday 8 October 2011, 2pm. A half day course at the Society of Genealogists, London, with Ian Marson. Click here for full details

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