FIBIS 20th Anniversary Conference Sponsors in alphabetical order.
Our thanks go to:
Butterworth and Son
Speciality Coffee Roaster and Tea Smith in Bury St Edmunds. Tom, our master roaster, creates and blends some of the finest coffee’s from around the world at our roasting facilities.
Our family history as Tea Smiths goes back to 19th century and we continue the tradition of quality tea today.
Discover your DNA story and unlock the secrets of your ancestry and genealogy with our DNA kits for ancestry and the world’s most comprehensive DNA database. Our advanced suite of DNA products and premium interactive tools are designed to help you find your genetic matches, connect more dots and trace your lineage through time.
Trace your ancestry and build a family tree by researching extensive birth records , census data, obituaries and more with Findmypast. Findmypast also has the British India office Collection online. The British India Office collection is a rich resource for those with ancestors who lived and worked in India. The records span the seventeeth to the twentieth century and include records of the East India Company, military personnel and civil servants, as well as other professions such as surgeons who travelled to the sub-continent.
Walk in the footsteps of your forefathers in India, Sri Lanka, and Malaysia, seeing first hand the places where British families lived, worked, and died. For nearly 22 years, Indus Experiences has led small group family history tours, and independent travellers discovering and celebrating the lives of those who sought excitement and fortune “Out East”. www.indusexperiences.co.uk
Genealogy (ISSN 2313-5778) is an international, scholarly, open access journal devoted to the analysis of genealogical narratives (with applications for family, race/ethnic, gender, migration and science studies) and scholarship that uses genealogical theory and methodologies to examine historical processes. Free publication for well-prepared manuscripts submitted.
Journal link: http://www.mdpi.com/journal/genealogy
The Genealogist where millions of Birth, Marriage and Death records for England, Wales and overseas are accessible as well as Census returns, Parish registers, Wills, Military records, Landowner returns, Tithe Maps, Lloyd George Domesday survey and many other valuable resources.
The website has everything you need to start building your family tree from scratch and for seasoned researchers. TheGenealogist’s unique tools help to bust those brick walls, using the Master Search and SmartSearch to home in on elusive forebears. https://www.thegenealogist.co.uk/
Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine
Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine has been helping family historians for over ten years with its unique blend of practical advice, richly illustrated historical features and the very latest family history news and online record releases. http://www.whodoyouthinkyouaremagazine.com