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Family Tree magazine February 2013

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Family Tree February 2013 is on sale now, crammed with super strategies to help you become an expert genealogist! Also inside this issue… discover your parish history; the future of tree sharing; 90+ sites & sources on workhouse & prison workers; chancery records; 9 pages of your questions answered; your stories; & more… Plus, free digital data for every reader!

Create your ultimate problem-solving strategy Don’t miss our expert genealogist’s insider tips for breaking down your brickwalls.

The parish & the manor Get to grips with the origins and history of the parish to understand the lives of your pre-19th century forebears.

Winter warmers Discover how our ancestors dressed for the cold.

Inside story: Speaking the same language? We examine the ways in which 21st-century family historians are now sharing research.

Workhouses, asylums & prisons 90+ websites and sources for researching ancestors who worked in these institutions.

Discover ancestral disputes How to find and use chancery records, and perhaps unearth some spectacular family revelations.

Free digital data Get free access to historic records, including the 1901 Census for Nottinghamshire and the Army List 1910, family history software and more with our fantastic digital data. Visit family-tree.co.uk/data for more details.

PLUS

The happiest days of their lives? – We examine old school log books to learn more about our relatives’ early lives.

Grooms, gardeners & gamekeepers – We introduce some of the staff who toiled outdoors within the grounds of a country house.

Local films for local people – In the first part of a new series on film archives and family history, we zoom in on the Mitchell & Kenyon Collection.

Reader story – From Lancashire labourer to Lord of the Manor.

Reader story – My mischief maker.

Reader story – Canadian connections.

Exploring The European Library – Our guide to using this fast online resource finder.

Twiglets – diary of a family tree first-timer.

Thoughts on... A new find on Ancestry threatens to uproot Diane Lindsay’s family tree.

Regulars: Genealogy news; Dear Tom – genealogical miscellany; Your Q&A, plus photo-dating & military advice; Reviews of the latest books, CDs & apps; Mailbox – your letters; Diary dates.

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Never miss an issue of Family Treesubscribe today and get your first 3 issues for the price of 1! Plus, save over £24 on the shop price when you subscribe by direct debit for one year – and get every issue delivered free to your door! Try it today, quote code FTFEB13OFFER.

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Did you get an iPad, Kindle Fire or other smart device for Christmas? You may be interested to know Family Tree is available as a digital edition – visit www.pocketmags.com, the App Store or Google Play or Amazon Appstore. Single issues, back issues and subscriptions are available for PC, Mac, eReaders, smartphones and tablets.

Plus, we offer a combined print and digital subscription, so you can access your favourite genealogy magazine as soon as it comes out, at any time, anywhere in the world. When taking out a combined print and digital subscription, not only do you make great savings on your print magazine, you also receive a digital copy of Family Tree priced at just 39p per issue. Find out more here.

*36% saving based on shop price when you pay by direct debit for one year. New UK direct debit subscribers only. Offer closes 20 February 2013.

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