BUMPER PACK!! Magazine and Handbook 2024
BUMPER PACK! Print edition includes the Family History Handbook 2024 – your go-to genealogy directory for the year ahead – and your January 2024 issue of Family Tree.
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What's in this Issue?
BUMPER PACK! Includes the Family History Handbook 2024
The 2024 handbook, published in association with the Society of Genealogists, is your go-to genealogy guide, featuring:
- Comprehensive directory of family history websites and organisations
- Step-by-step guide to using DNA for family history
- Expert advice on decoding the words & languages of our ancestors
- Your guide to the best tools to help you search smarter
Inside January's Family Tree…
- Discover practical tips for creating and curating your online family tree on Ancestry.
- Pit your wits with David Annal's annual genealogy quiz!
- Discover the importance of remembering stories.
- All this & more in the latest issue of Family Tree!
Genealogy quiz time!
Dates, places, documents... Family Tree Academy tutor David Annal is here with a set of challenges for you to enjoy
Top tips for a better Ancestry tree
With a handy check list and guide
Beyond the lunatic asylum of the 19th c
Genealogist Lisa Edwards is on a journey of discovery into her family’s darkest history to make sense of their shared past
My family graves & how I found them
Researcher Gaynor Haliday has accomplished her goal of finding her great-grandparents’ grave, from among a collection of 23,000 at Undercliffe Cemetery
How we discovered east Prussian ancestry
Readers Paul & Ro Madgett share the steps they took to uncovering this interesting family history
A history of gingerbread
Enjoy a taste of the past and a spice that’s synonymous with Christmas, with Charlotte Soares
Gill Shaw pens another colourful chapter of her deliciously extended tree
The Friends of Wolverhampton Archives
The nature & uses of memoir & storytelling
Emma Jolly concludes her research on the wideranging application of family history to enhance our well-being and reflects on the reader survey findings
How a name in a workhouse register began my quest
Stuart Valentine tells us of his mission
DNA advisor Karen Evans helps readers with their DNA research – including a 20th century baby and an 18th century brick wall
Photo-dating expert Jayne Shrimpton shares insights to help you date your pictures from the past
with Diane Lindsay
Family history news, reader questions & letters, dates for your diary, to kick of 2024 & more