June 2022

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Discover our selection of 60 super family history reference websites that every self-respecting family history enthusiast really should know about. Master research steps to help bust a tricky puzzle with our expert case study. Explore the genealogy tech that will help make your genealogy life easier and more enjoyable. All this & more in the latest issue of Family Tree.

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Inside the June 2022 issue of Family Tree magazine:

Mother Nature's impact on family migration & relocation
Wayne Shepheard takes us back across the millennia to look at the reasons why our ancestors may have chosen to move

Dear Paul
Paul Chiddicks explores a 'gone but not forgotten' theme, and peruses some especially detailed memorials

Your virtual reference library
Genealogist and former librarian Alison Spring recommends a collection of indispensable reference works

Top tips for trouble-shooting
David Annal takes on a ‘Herculean Task’ in a reader case study and draws useful lessons from which we may all learn

Hairdresser ancestors
Mish J. Holman looks at various resources, each of which are useful for learning about hairdresser ancestors in times gone by

Jubilees past
Rachel Bellerby presents a delightful collection of reader photos and memories to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Genealogy gadgets & apps for all occasions
Helen Tovey looks at some of the tools that can help our genealogy lives run more smoothly, in part 1 of a new series

Gill Shaw makes a Frank discovery

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

Spotlight on...
The Hidden Branch: Sophie Haire introduces a society specifically for younger genealogists

DNA Workshop
Karen Evans helps a reader in search of Evans ancestors utilise the findings of a Y-DNA test

How a Highgate publican saved Queen Victoria
Howard Lambert demonstrates that family stories, while fabulous, may also be true...

Thoughts on...
Diane Lindsay wonders what to do with her family history hoard. Should she bury it in the garden...?

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