Family Tree Magazine reviews of some of our favourite genealogy & family history books ...

Rats Alley, 2nd extended edition

Family Tree Editor Helen Tovey reviews the extended 2nd edition of Peter Chasseaud's World War I book, Rats Alley, ...


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Tracing Villains & Their Victims

Get to grips with genealogy records connected to crime with this new handbook for family historians, Tracing ...


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Emigrants by James Evans

Family Tree assistant editor Karen Clare reviews 'Emigrants: Why the English Sailed to the New World' by James ...


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Tracing your Ancestors' Lives

Family Tree Editor Helen Tovey reviews 'Tracing your Ancestors’ Lives: A Guide for Family Historians' by Barbara J ...


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Tracing Your Nonconformist Ancestors - family tree book reviews

Nonconformist ancestors will at some point appear in most of our family trees. Stuart A Raymond's new family tree ...


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Who's Buried Where in London

Who's Buried Where in London is a fascinating new book by former Blue Badge Guide Peter Matthews ...


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The Jewel of Knightsbridge

We review The Jewel of Knightsbridge by Robin Harrod, who discovered his ancestor founded the iconic London store ...


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Britain's Wartime Evacuees by Gillian Mawson

We review Gillian Mawson's new book, which collects precious accounts of evacuees and the people in the ...


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Tracing Your Twentieth Century Ancestors

Genealogist Karen Bali's guide to tracing your ancestors in the 1900s could help you explore the lives of your ...


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The Wreck of the SS London

Discover the long-forgotten story of the SS London steamship, which sank on route to Australia from England in ...


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Crinoline: Fashion’s Most Magnificent Disaster

Denis Pellerin and Queen guitarist Dr Brian May explore the history of the twin crazes of crinoline dresses and ...


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Beautifully illustrated book details Queen Victoria’s personal and political relationships ...


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