Welcome to International Week
Genealogy is a truly global pastime and for many, they have a family tree that spans countries or even continents, not just generations. The uniqueness of THE Genealogy Show is that it is bringing together “the best of the best” from the global ‘geneaosphere’ to provide relevant and practical information to assist with your research or quest to discover your ancestors. There is also the opportunity to meet and network with genealogists from all over the globe, some of whom will be travelling to the UK for the first time and to be at THE Genealogy Show exclusively.
Whether you are currently residing in the UK, Europe or much further afield, don’t miss the opportunity to attend the fantastic Arena Talk Programme or visit our international exhibitors.
Each day this week, we will feature an Infographic in a different language with relevant highlights of THE Show. These Infographics can be shared with your family, friends and even international colleagues!
Why not have a family reunion at THE Show and if it’s an international reunion, tag us or tweet us for a special mention!
Spread the word that THE Genealogy Show is going international this week!
We start by featuring the Spanish Infographic which you will find below.
If your family tree has Spanish connections then Daniel Smith-Ramos has a talk that will be right up your street.
Carrying out Research in Spain (Saturday 8 June 2019 at 12:30pm in Arena 4) will provide a broad factual explanation about genealogical research in Spain. The presentation will combine first-hand accounts about his own experiences as a genealogist and trying to overcome typical brick-walls when looking for one’s Spanish ancestry.
Daniel Smith-Ramos is of very mixed background, being Spanish on his maternal side and English and Italian-American on his father’s side. Through The Genealogy Corner and its Spanish subsidiary edition El Rincón de la Genealogía, Daniel offers free services to anyone researching their family history in Spain. Thanks to his knowledge and expertise, over the past decade Daniel has helped many people around the world – from third-generation Spanish-Americans seeking information about their forefathers in the Old Continent, to Britons whose retired parents passed away on the sunny shores of Spain’s Mediterranean coast.
Daniel will also be found at regular intervals at a stand in the exhibition hall where he can assist with queries regarding Spanish research or ancestors.