20th April 2019

R for Royal Relations

Have you started tracing your family tree and discovered a familial branch that’s linked to royalty (like the majority of those with British ancestry!)? You’re not […]
19th April 2019

Q is for Quest: A family Journey

In the mid-nineteenth century, the Welsh language was being discouraged by the English-speaking government. This perception together with religious non-conformity, led to a movement to establish […]
17th April 2019

O is for for Oops, oooh’s and Uh Oh’s: The Shocking Surprises of Family History Research

 The accidental breakthrough Isn’t it great when you accidentally find a connection whilst researching your own or someone’s family history? These ‘oops’ moments of delight don’t […]
16th April 2019

N for News

A Brief History of Journalism and the News   In the very early, early days, the news was spread from person to person via word of […]
13th April 2019

L is for Love

For today’s blog, one of our senior case managers has selected four photos to illustrate love! This should get you feeling particularly romantic, we hope you […]
12th April 2019

K is for Kin

Love them or hate them, they’re still in your family      How often do we hear angry children shout ‘I’ll kill you’ when they can’t […]
9th April 2019

H is for House

Bish, bash, bosh, a video has been made! Take a look at how houses have changed through the years here.  
8th April 2019

G for Graveyard: Why do we have so much respect for the dead?

Is a graveyard the same thing as a cemetery? Believe it or not, graveyards and cemeteries are not the same thing. In fact, a graveyard is […]
5th April 2019

E is for Emotion

It’s fair to say that the offices of Family Wise Limited can be a very emotional place at times. Our work ranges from finding heirs to […]