January 2022


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194
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10/12/2021
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Includes the Family History Handbook 2022. Plus a tease into the 1921 census, we discuss the future of family history and a look at new project ideas for 2022

On Sale: 10/12/2021

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Are you ready for the 1921 Census? What’s instore for the future of Family history? Where – exactly – did our ancestors live? Find the clues & answers to these questions and many, many more in the latest issue of Family Tree.

Articles and stories in the January issue of Family Tree include:

- The Future of Family History
What might the coming decade have in store for family historians? Dr Nick Barratt invites us to consider

- Dress at the time of the 1921 Census
Dress historian Jayne Shrimpton on the clothing worn by men, women and children a century ago

- The biggest news of 1923
Survival against the odds. Dr Simon Wills tells of an epic shipwreck and the story that gripped the nation

- Twiglets
Gill Shaw sets sail for America in search of her elusive Riboldis

- The Princess & the Painter’s wife
Reader E. Mary White tells of the parish baptism register, on which her ancestor was listed alongside a princess

- Are you ready for the 1921 Census?
Check your notes are in order in good time for this massive new record release. Helen Tovey has some tips to refresh your research

- Registering Catholic Estates & other Catholic sources
Stuart Raymond looks at the records resulting from several centuries of Roman Catholic persecution

- Where did our ancestors live?
Family Tree Academy tutor David Annal shows us the value of getting to grips with administrative boundaries

- DNA Workshop
DNA Advisor Karen Evans steps up to help a reader, as all is not what it at first seemed (such is family history!)

- Celebrating some highlights of 2021, & new project ideas for 2022
What are you looking forward to accomplishing in your genealogy year ahead?

- Spotlight on... The Quaker FHS
Ben Beck introduces this specialist family history society

- Your questions answered
Our team of researchers try to unravel some mysteries

- Diary Dates
Events, real-world and online, to add to your new 2022 diary

- The World’s a stage
Diane Lindsay looks on the bright side and bids farewell to the old year

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