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Family History Tours

Family History Tours

Introduction

Time: All Year

Accommodation: Best Available

Start Date: Any Length of Tour

Group Size: Singles, Couples, Families and Small Groups

From the C17th to C20th over 20 million people left the British Isles for a life in the new Worlds. Today, over 70% of North Americans can trace their ancestry to Britain and Ireland.

If you can provide us with some information, we can plan an itinerary to visit the places associated with your ancestors.

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Why not create your own tour? As with all our tours the attractions you see will take account of your interests and can be adapted to what you want to see. So, if you want to see places not on the list below, just let us know. Complete our enquiry form to find out more »


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Itinerary

If you know where your family once had their home or castle, let us know and we can contact the current owners to see if we can provide a private tour for you.

TOURS OF ANCESTRAL HOMES

If you know where your family once had their home or castle, let us know and we can contact the current owners to see if we can provide a private tour for you.

Paris Records - Local History

Paris Records - Local History

If you know the parish and some of your families background, we will seek out a local expert to show you the places where they lived and worked.

We can plan in the local records offices and arrange for churches to be open for you to see if there are any records of your family.

Combine with Sightseeing

Combine with Sightseeing

Why not extend the tour to see some of the great sites the country has to offer.

If you are thinking of this sort of tour, we need as much information as possible so please send us an email and tell us about yourself and your family. Also please say how long you would like the tour to last and any other interests.

WWII Sites

WWII Sites

London and the beautiful countryside of South East England contain many important historical sites relating to both World Wars. Northern France also has a wealth of sites, from the moving cemeteries and battlefields around the Somme, to Normandy, where thousands of Allied troops poured ashore on the magnificent beaches in the closing stages of World War II.


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