Learn with our archives' websites masterclass, your essential genealogy reading list, find details on the 1911 census plus a DNA case study with advice for all!
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Inside the July 2020 issue of Family Tree magazine:
We’ve got some cracking topics and projects this issue, to help you continue with your excellent family history discoveries even from home.
- An archives’ masterclass – helping you get more from their websites when researching from home, with professional researcher Alison Spring
- Our essential genealogy reading list - a fascinating collection of historical sources - diaries, memoires, social studies – that will really add colour to your understanding of the past, and allow you to travel back in time and see the world through the contemporary authors’s eyes, with Kim Cook
- The brand new project #StoryOfOurStreet. The aim of #StoryOfOurStreet is to help us all discover the history on our doorsteps – uncovering the sources and the stories of the very places we live.
- Research your road – with Adele Emm. Explore your local area and learn about the historic records to help you.
- Find details on the 1911 Census – with David Annal. Even clues that shouldn’t be there… in this month’s Academy tutorial.
- Learn from a DNA case study – with Karen Evans. Follow step by step advice on how to use DNA test results in your own family history.
- The RAF of that summer 80 years ago – with Geoff Simpson. Geoff shares letters and memories of the Battle of Britain 1940.
- Celebrating Brunel’s most famous ship – with Nicola Lisle. Nicola looks at the history of this iconic vessel and her arrival on British shores again 50 years ago.
- Reader story – Tracing every last lead for my tree – with Debbie Lloyd. Debbie gives a flavour of the research she’s accomplished to trace her Lloyd family worldwide.
- Coming alive – with Geoff Wicks. Geoff uses his professional skills as a probation office for family history, with insightful results