Would you like to find out if you belong to an ancient noble family?
I am giving away a limited number of copies of my e-book “Find Your Noble Ancestors!”.
If you are seriously interested please email me at mjovw (at) hotmail.com.
We may ask for a small favour in return for a free copy of the book.
My name is Jan-Olov von Wowern, and I am the author of the genealogy book “Find Your Noble Ancestors!”. My family is more than 900 years old, and during the last 7 years I have spent much time researching our history right back to our founder, my ancestor who was made a Marquis in the year 1141. In the process we have collected more than 2000 pages of documentation about our history. I have found relatives in several countries (including the USA) and made friends with people I didn’t even know existed! Most of the work has been done through the Internet. I would like to tell you in my new genealogy book how you can use the techniques I have used to find out if you belong to a noble family!
Did you know that
- any living person today could have 100 million ancestral lines when they go back 800 years?
- it is estimated 2 out of 3 Americans have European roots?
Are you interested in genealogy and family search?
Are you by birth or marriage related to an old family?
Do you know of an unusual surname in your family?
Over the last few years, the interest in genealogy has exploded! Through the use of Internet and e-mail the search for your family tree and family history has become much easier. But if you want to find out if you belong to a noble family you must know what to look for! I have not found a single genealogy book anywhere in the world that tells you how to do this, so I decided to write one. You are invited to learn from my work (and my mistakes!) so you can save hundreds of hours of work and possibly thousands of $$$!
Now you might ask: “Is it likely I belong to a noble family?”
Frankly, it’s impossible to say. In the end there is just one way to find out. You have to trace you family line backwards and you must know what to look for. I know of no better way to do this form of research than to follow the simple, basic steps laid out in this breakthrough new genealogy book…
Here are just a few of the many important things you’ll learn:
Collect and systematize the family knowledge
The use of Internet as a primary tool – to do direct genealogical research
The use of Internet as a secondary tool – to find information that in turn will lead you to what you are looking for
The use of heraldry as a genealogical tool
A nobiliary “primer” – with an explanation of nobility and nobiliary terms, the right to use noble surnames, nobiliary privileges still valid today, and more
Avoid the three most common mistakes when searching for noble ancestors
Identify noble surnames you may find in your family tree
How genealogies of the nobility may differ from others
How to overcome the language problem when reading foreign documents