"PCs and the Internet have made the task of researching your family history much easier than ever before. With vast amounts of data now archived on the internet, the odds of success for those seeking information on their heritage has dramatically increased.
Using this Family Tree Software, you can organise and store all the data you find on your family and ancestors and then create trees, charts, albums and reports to share with family and friends. Tracing your roots will take some investigative work and lots of time, but the end result will be a truly rewarding and emotional journey into your past!"
ABOUT THE TV SERIES
Who Do You Think You Are? took the world's favourite pastime, genealogy and turned it into a TV phenomenon. The show follows the sometimes emotional stories of well-known personalities as they search for their ancestors. From tales of fortunes lost, to families found, their stories take us around the world and are full of memorable moments.
FEATURES VIDEO CLIPS AND FAMILY TREES OF THE CELEBRITIES FEATURED IN THE FIRST FOUR TV SERIES!
DISCOVER YOUR FAMILY HISTORY WITH WDYTYA? FAMILY TREE MAKER!
Family history is a fun and rewarding hobby that connects you with the past "" and brings you closer to your present family. This program will make it easy for you to explore and preserve your family heritage, integrating seamlessly with Ancestry, the UK's largest collection of family history records.
WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? FAMILY TREE MAKER lets you easily:
- Create a family tree starting with names, dates and events
- Attach photos, documents and audio files to your tree
- Search for information on the web and merge it directly into your family tree
- Design and print charts to share with your family
- View timelines that show your ancestors' lives in historical context
- Use dynamic maps to explore the places your ancestors once lived
Included with this software is a FREE 3-MONTH Essentials Membership to Ancestry.
The program integrates seamlessly with Ancestry, allowing you to easily access the UK's largest collection of online family history records, with over 800 million names!
Census records including the 1841 "" 1901 censuses for England, Scotland and Wales
Birth, Marriage and Death Indexes from 1837 "" 2005 for England and Wales
Military records including British Army WW1 Records
Newspapers and periodicals
The British Phone Books 1880 "" 1984
Deeds, court documents and wills