Customised Heritage Tours - Fully Escorted Tours of Discovery
These photos are from our recent trip to the "biggest family history event in the World" Who Do You Think You Are? Live in London Feb 2013...

Pre-Show workshop run by Chris Paton

Research at WDYTYA? Live Event 2013 by Customised Heritage Tours
How lucky are we to have Chris Paton and Gill Blanchard giving us the benefits of their expertise at our pre-show workshop. It made it much easier to know what to do, and therefore saved time when we got to the WDYTYA? Live show.

Thanks to Brad from Ancestry.com.au for his expertise in navigating this fantastic website tool.





Personal Coaching Session

Brad from Ancestry.com.au giving the group some personal coaching on how to use this excellent website to help find their "missing" ancestors.

Research at WDYTYA? Live Event 2013 by Customised Heritage Tours











These photos are from our recent trip to Ireland...

The National Archives, Dublin
The National Archives, Dublin
It is important to balance the research and the journey, and so a visit to the Archives is very interesting.
Church of Ireland
Church of Ireland
Not all our Irish Ancestors are Roman Catholic!
The Book of Kells, Trinity College
The Book of Kells, Trinity College
Very interesting exhibition, but you could always go shopping if you are not so inclined!
Glendalough
Glendalough
Beautiful countryside with very interesting ruins of an old Monastery.
The Burton Family grave
The Burton Family grave
What secrets there are hidden in the details on this grave!
The ruins of the church at Powerscourt
The ruins of the church at Powerscourt
Rosalie discovered that her family had worshiped at this church on the grounds of Powerscourt Estate back in the 1700's.
Meeting our Irish researcher, Gerard.
Meeting our Irish researcher, Gerard.
Rosalie has great success in getting her Irish ancestry research back to the 1600's thanks to Gerard and a very carefully transcribed gravestone.
Avoca Woollen Mills
Avoca Woollen Mills
The oldest woollen mill in Ireland and possibly the world dating back to the early 1700's
Discovering our ancestors
Discovering our ancestors
Felicity and Viv get close to this grave so they can decide if it is really in the family.
Blarney Castle
Blarney Castle
Yes, we did kiss the Blarney Stone.
Shanagolden
Shanagolden
How long had Felicity yearned to make the trip to Shanagolden to see where her ancestors had been baptised in this font back in the early 1830's?
Cliffs of Moher
Cliffs of Moher
What a wonderful way to get up close to this magnificent natural wonder, by ferry.
Riverdance at the Gaiety Theatre
Riverdance at the Gaiety Theatre
No trip to Ireland would be complete without a performance of Riverdance at Dublin's Gaiety Theatre.
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