All genealogical research is conducted in line with the British Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS).


This a guideline for establishing the reliability ("proof") of a genealogical conclusion with reasonable certainty.


It has 5 elements:


• A reasonably exhaustive research

• Complete and accurate source citations

• Analysis and correlation of the collected information

• Resolution of any conflicting evidence 

• A soundly reasoned, coherently written conclusion

Board for Certification of Genealogists ® - The Genealogical Proof Standard.

Only that which meets the above criteria is presented with anything outside that which can be deemed 'fact' represented clearly as such.


All projects output a GEDCOM file, a standard file format developed by the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) to aid genealogical research. The file is used to save, transfer and transport genealogical information.


England, Scotland & Wales are the main areas of research with projects in Ireland and outside the UK also considered.