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Family Tree magazine Christmas 2011


The bumper Family Tree Christmas 2011 issue is on sale now, packed with 7 great gifts to make your Christmas a family history Christmas! Included is your essential web guide 2012, family tree chart, postcards and CD. Plus we have all the expert tips to help you get the most from your research. Inside this issue… Genealogy ideas for 12 days of Christmas; Save ££s with our exclusive vouchers; Use parish records free online; Trace PoWs in Germany; Tracing women on your tree; Christmas in the countryside & more...

FREE covermount CD includes: East Retford, Nottinghamshire ancestors in the 1851 Census, Kelly’s Directory of Nottingham for 1912, marriage records for the Nottinghamshire parishes of Broughton Sulney(1571-1812), Colston Bassett (1591-1811), Cotgrave (1569-1812), and Cropwell Bishop (1539-1812), plus software, charts, back issues & how-to guide.

12 days of Christmas We unwrap a genealogy guide for the festive season

Christmas in the countryside Explore Christmases of the past in rural communities

Save ££s with Family Tree Get money off a range of genealogy products and services this Christmas with our exclusive promotional codes

How to use parish records online for free! Top advice for finding and using parish records online – without paying a penny!

Bringing together Scotland’s archives What the new National Records of Scotland means for family historians

Trace PoWs in Germany Discover useful sources for tracing internees in Germany

Key websites for the Scottish Borders We continue our online genealogical tour of Scotland


Ancestors at play – we look at how our forebears entertained themselves

On mum’s side – contemplate the possibilities of tracing females on your tree

Photo-dating special – plenty of clues to dating your family pictures in this bumper crop of readers’ photos

Time for a family reunion? – find out what’s on at Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2012

Treasures from the past – pages from a diary reveal the fascinating true story of a 19th-century family

Apps for family history – try this selection of iPhone apps and take your family history with you wherever you go

Steaming ahead – transport developments that drove the Industrial Revolution forward

Law and order – documents relating to justice reveal that sometimes crime does pay, after all

Twiglets – diary of a family tree first-timer

Thoughts on... a cry for more ‘ordinary’ family histories

Regulars: Genealogy News; Genealogical miscellany; Your Q&A, including military photo-dating; Reviews of the latest books & CDs; Mailbox – your letters; Diary dates


Never miss an issue of Family Tree, subscribe today! Save over £18 when paying by direct debit and get every issue delivered free to your door. If you're looking to purchase a Family Tree subscription as a Christmas gift, we have some great Christmas offers too. See page 9 of the Christmas issue for details. You can also buy our digital editions – visit www.pocketmags.com, the App Store or Android Market.

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