Immersing yourself in family history is made so much easier these days by the quantity and quality online facilities available. Here is a list of the ones that I go to constantly. They are free, easily navigable, and contain core information to sustain the hunt for another leaf on the family tree.
Feb 2018 - NEW STORY
The Brushmen of Bethnal Green is a chronological account of the evolution of a family named Mylrea, who spent nearly a century in the tower hamlets until 2 sons migrated to Canada to establish their dynasty in a new frontier.
Jan 2018 - REVISED
Nicholas Mylrea jnr (1747-1823) - still a work in progress - main addition is anaysis of Mylrea land records in Ballaugh 1500-1830
Jan 2018 - NEWSFLASH
Ballacooiley descendants: I have recently found that John Mylrea born about 1680, was the steward of Ballacooiley, but died without issue in 1738 so his nephew Thomas, the son of William, inherited the estate. I'm currently revising everything on the site to reflect that circumstance.