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Free downloads to help you organise & display your family history

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Click the links below for your free downloadable family history sheets which go with the 10 top family history projects in the April 2019 issue of Family Tree. They've been createdto help you get organised, discover more about your ancestors, and research, preserve and share your family story. Enjoy!

We hope you find these free downloads useful for your family history research. Just follow the download links:

Family tree chart

Fact-file & life story

Grandparents

Research log

Collect & compare matrix

Evidence board artwork

 

This 'family history evidence board' and 'fun filing method' (see the below videos) are just two of the ten fun projects you can create at home. 

Do you have a family history puzzle you just can’t untangle? A brick wall you’ve long wished to smash through? A steadily growing pile of findings that is looking a little (or more than a little) disorganised? These 10 family history projects in the April issue of Family Tree, will help you organise what you have found out, and help you see what you need to do next.

The April issue will be in the shops from 12 March. To guarantee your copy, click here to subscribe

 

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