Is it worth it? Yes, but as with all family history research, prepare yourself first (so get going NOW). You will need:
- Blank family tree forms (you can download from the internet)
- The name(s) of relative(s) who were alive in 1901 - if you know their ages and where they lived, even better.
- Start with the 1901 Census - if your relative was living at home, note down the names of parents. If not, you may find their parents in the previous decade's Census.
- Work back through the decades, adding to your tree as you go.