June 2024

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Out now, the June 2024 issue of Family Tree magazine. This issue we have indepth guides to the records and research skills you'll love to learn. Discover the essential records you need to trace your WW2 military family history heroes. Understand how to trace a Quick and Dirty tree for successful DNA research - even when your match doesn't have a tree. See how you can use maps to plot ancestor clues and make more sense of your genealogy findings & more.

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How to trace military ancestors in WW2 - a guide for family historians

With the 80th anniversary the Normandy Landings in June 2024, military family historian Simon Fowler shows how to trace family heroes

DNA Workshop: How to do a Quick & Dirty tree

DNA advisor Karen Evans shows how to collect family history information quickly and the advantages of doing so

Discover how to search Ancestry – top tips for beginners to help you find the records you need

Wills update! The man behind the #SaveOurWills petition, Richard Holt, reports

Family tree Academy: A guide to Death duties - David Annal explains these fascinating records of death

Maps & marriages: tracking down elusive ancestors - Researcher Wayne Shepheard combines parish registers and maps for research success

Spotlight on -A tour of the East European Family History Foundation

What’s the latest at weare.xyz? - Simon Davies shares his news, including that of a rather useful transcription tool

Sneaking up on a brick wall - Researcher Peter Day adopts a brand new approach – with brick-wall smashing results

Interviewing older relatives - Podcaster Mell Turford explains the vital importance of capturing family stories – and share tips to help you do it well

& your Family Tree favourites…

Genealogy miscellanist Paul Chiddicks has been collecting some of the quirkier additions to be found in the records

Twiglets: The Crimea connection - Tree-tracing diarist Gill Shaw embarks on an epic investigation, or is it just a little rabbit hole?

Thoughts on ... AI: Diane Lindsay asks, ‘Are we cheating the future?’

Photo-dating expert Jayne Shrimpton shares valuable dating clues

Plus readers’ letters and questions, family history events to attend, and a round-up of the latest family history news.

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