Family Historian 6 is the latest version of the powerful, award-winning genealogy program with comprehensive features designed to meet the needs of the beginner and expert alike. See What's New in Version 6 for the latest new features and enhancements. To learn more about Family Historian 6, take The Tour or see the Feature List. For purchase options, please visit the Store.

April 11th, 2016: New guide to Family Historian is published: Getting the most from Family Historian 6. This 243-page paperback book is a major reworking of earlier versions. The goal was not just to bring the book up-to-date, but also to improve it substantially throughout. It is suitable for both beginners and advanced users. Learn more…

April 2nd, 2016: Version 6.2 has now been released - a free update for version 6 users. Version 6.2 adds automatic record matching and ‘hints’ for Findmypast datatabases. Learn more…

Try Family Historian free for 30 days. After 30 days you must purchase a licence, and be assigned a registration key, to continue using the program.

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Version 6 is a major new release, packed with with exciting new features such as Internet Data Matching, web clipping, mapping, witnesses, and much more…

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Gift packs allow the purchase of up to 5 licences for Family Historian 6 (download version) at discounted prices.

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Family Historian is designed and written by Calico Pie Limited. Calico Pie is a UK software house, founded by Simon Orde in 1995.

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"The crown for best PC software belongs to Family Historian 6 for 2015!"

Your Family Tree magazine

“Family Historian 6 takes this well-loved program to dizzying new heights … packed with a host of new features and improvements … it’s the most user-friendly and accessible release yet … vastly improved web-clipping tool, which is now best in class …The crown for best PC software belongs to Family Historian 6 for 2015!”,

Your Family Tree magazine Issue 154, Spring 2015 - Your Family Tree magazine
Journal of One-Name Studies

“Family Historian was the most popular of all the Family History programmes” Conclusion from a survey of members of the Guild of One-Name Studies (10% responded).

Journal of One-Name Studies Volume 11 Issue 8, October — December 2013 - Guild of One-Name Studies

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