Based close to the National Archives in London, I work as a professional genealogist in the United Kingdom. I offer genealogical research of the highest standard to clients whose ancestors lived in the United Kingdom, including international clients. With many years of relevant research experience and a PhD in History from Cambridge, I have conducted research concerning an enormous variety of genealogical and historical topics in archives and libraries across the United Kingdom and in the United States. I am therefore well placed to solve problems in British genealogy through meticulous documentary research. I also give talks about genealogy as well as writing articles and other publications about various related subjects. On this website, you can read about me and what I can offer.

Upcoming Events

At RootsTech 2024 (29th February-2nd March), I will be giving webinars on tracing your Anglican ancestors in England and finding families in Georgian and Victorian London. You can register for this conference online here.

At 10.30am BST on Saturday 27th April, I will be giving an online talk for the Society of Genealogists on the history of a Surrey cottage and the land on which it stands from 1450 to the present day. Click here to book a ticket for this event.

On Wednesday 29th May at 6.30pm BST, I will be giving a webinar for Family Tree magazine about using deeds and records of various civil courts to research ancestors in the United Kingdom. You can book a place for this talk here.