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Inside the July 2022 issue of Family Tree magazine:
Death duty registers: a masterclass
David Annal shares practical advice and expert tips on using death duty registers for family history research
Photogenealogy: an introduction
Ann Larkham unveils the first steps in creating an awesome home photograph archive
A 'Retailing revolution'
Dress historian Jayne Shrimpton looks at the radical retail transformation of the British shopping scene between the wars
Was your ancestor schooled in the BCATP?
John D. Reid explores the role of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan in World War 2
What might a ring signify?
Charlotte Soares on the rings that our ancestors may once have worn, and the significance and stories behind them
Simon Wills decodes the uniforms
Remembering the pioneer of the package holiday
Nicola Lisle looks back at the rise and fall of Thomas Cook
A novel connection
Julie Norton spent decades investigating the possibility of a connection to Jane Austen
Karen Evans helps a reader in search of DNA answers
Gill Shaw continues her kinship discoveries
Genealogy Gadgets & Apps (for all occasions)
Helen Tovey brings together a collection of tools that FT readers find helpful for family history
Family history news
Rachel Bellerby reports on the latest genealogy announcements
Dress & photo-dating historian Jayne Shrimpton analyses reader pictures and provides tips for us all to employ in our own research in her new series
Our team of experts pit their wits and try to solve some reader mysteries
Online – and in the real world – find events to enjoy this July
Diane Lindsay begins a micro-journal
Find out how to join the Family Tree Study Club