March 2022

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Research tips to use the new 1921 Census, discover the life of a Nazi boy soldier, learn new skills to find your Irish ancestry and lots more!

On Sale: 11/02/2022

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The 1921 Census has so many ancestor clues to reveal and stories to tell. Discover how to get to search the 1921 Census smarter with our brand new user’s guide, & discover how other people are getting on with the 1921 Census too. This new source is too good to miss out on!

Inside the March issue:

1921 Census: a user's guide
Hints & tips to help you search this fascinating new record collection


How are you getting on with the 1921 census?
A selection of Family Tree readers share their thoughts and discoveries during the first few weeks of using the 1921 Census

Researching your Irish family history
David Ryan explores some of the most important collections to help you trace ancestors in the Emerald Isle

Laundresses & Washerwomen: a Short History
Just how did folk keep their clothes clean in times past? Adèle Emm rolls up her sleeves to find out

Settlers in Canada
Dr Simon Wills covers the key resources to help you trace British-origin kin in Canada

Take your research off the beaten track
David Annal invites you to investigate the less-well-known resources and enrich your research

The House of Wessex
Steve Roberts takes us on a light-hearted jaunt back to Saxon times

Becoming a family history blogger
Jane Hough gives a sneak peek into her thoughts behind running a blog

Researching my father's childhood under the Nazis
Helen Munsen reflects on her findings and how she came to terms with some difficult truths

PLUS Your regular favourites     

  • Family history news - Rachel Bellerby reports on the latest from the world of genealogy  
  • DNA Workshop - Karen Evans steps up to help someone, fostered as a child, to find their missing birth father. Will it be possible? 
  • Spotlight on... - Burntwood Family History Group, with Chairman Keith Stanley
  • Twiglets - Gill Shaw hops across the pond, to seek her Riboldis in New York          
  • Your questions - Our team of experts pit their wits and try to solve some reader mysteries              
  • Diary dates - Online – and in the real world – find events to enjoy this March       
  • Your Letters - Readers have their say      
  • Thoughts on... - Diane Lindsay's research becomes untethered and heads off into outer space when she creates a new online family tree

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