Migration Records

“When did my Caribbean ancestors travel?” The Caribbean disapora is made up of many types that essentially represents groups of people connected by common cause and or dwelling usually reflective outside the Caribbean. The Caribbean diaspora commenced before the time of early migration of Jews and Africans to the Caribbean.  Migration to and from the … Continue reading

Talks and Presentations: Black History Month UK 2011

OCTOBER 2011: Come mek wi dig out dem roots!! A series of FREE to attend introductory and skills based sessions on  Family History and Genealogical workshops and talks will be delivered by Caribbean Genealogist and Family Historian, Sharon Tomlin. Sharon is the founder of Carib Genealogy & Family History Research Services.  Ayshah Johnstone is a … Continue reading

Research

For many individuals researching our Caribbean roots requires patience, dedication and clear focus at every stage of the research process. On many occasions enquirers begin the research with excitement and have found after a period of time become stuck on a name after exhausting resources available locally and on the internet. Another concern is that  … Continue reading

Familysearch website

Familysearch website is a free resource that has information on records of birth, baptisms, marriages, burials and death (BMB/D) resources from the world. Many entries are information donated by members of the church. Newer records have been extracted by a team of volunteers. This process is still a working process of which Familysearch are always … Continue reading