March 2021


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184
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12/02/2021
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Spring into action with your family history and equip yourself with a brand new research skill (it can help you smash through the toughest of brick walls!). Plus check out our review of the latest family history software update & more

On Sale: 12/02/2021

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Inside the March 2021 issue:

what did our ancestors wear in institutions?
Dress historian Jayne Shrimpton considers the clothing in prisons, workhouses & schools

• FAMILY TREE ACADEMY: getting to grips with family reconstitution
Family Tree Academy Tutor David Annal shows how, by casting your net wide, and by working methodically, you make better progress on your family history research


• scottish poor law records
Professional genealogist Alison Spring demonstrates how to put these records to use in your own family histories


• your DNA workshop
Karen Evans helps a reader decipher the clues in their DNA and possibly identify their great-grandfather


• the lunchhour genealogist
Rachel Bellerby’s snack-size learning includes a look at the 1915 Crew List collection free online

        
• netting your ancestors

This time, in Research Zone, maritime historian Dr Simon Wills, looks at tracing fishermen ancestors

        
• family historian reviewed

Rachel Bellerby reviews version 7 of this key family history programme


• TWIGLETS
Gill Shaw's genealogy trail finds her following in the footsteps of her Italian ancestors in Ireland


• using local libraries & archives in your irish research
David Ryan goes on a tour of repositories, revealing the many ways in which they can help research in Ireland (something to look forward to after Covid!)


• are you a citizen historian?
Susie Douglas takes a close look at the multifaceted role of the family
history volunteer

        
• telling the tale...

Diane Lindsay enlists her best storytelling tips to share her family history, and advises how you may do

 

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