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Discover how to: Trace family back to medieval times Smash through your Irish research roadblocks Organise a super family photo project & help to save the 1858+ wills collection of England & Wales. All this and more in the March issue of Family Tree

On Sale: 09/02/2024

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Fascinating family history sources to search

Researching Medieval ancestors
Discover routes to learning about your family in the Middle Ages, with professional genealogist Chris Paton

Navigating maps for family history
Explore the lands of your ancestors online in our Family Tree guide

Solutions to help you find your Irish ancestors
Professional researcher David Ryan has solutions to help you

Family history stories

Jimmy Miller – ‘my famous footballer ancestor’
Researcher Lisa Edwards discovers a true champion in her tree

The ‘Bridgerton’ files
Twiglets author Gill Shaw shares a true tale involving espionage, duels & newspaper scandals

Family history skills

Enhance your family history with maps, photos & tax records
Family Tree Academy tutor David Annal demonstrates how to weave together clues found in several documents to take your research to the next level

Photo Corner
Photo-dating expert Jayne Shrimpton helps to date and identify family photos from the past

Your family photo project
Photogenealogist Ann Larkham provides advice to help you prepare your family photos for digitisation

DNA know-how for family history

The lessons I learnt when I started DNA
DNA advisor Karen Evans shares tips to help you navigate some of the stumbling blocks you may encounter on your first foray into DNA


The history of the British pub
CAMRA supporter Mike Bedford tells the history of these much-loved institutions

Spotlight on…
A very impressive family history society: from monumental inscription projects, to research help, and ancestral tourism. Susan Hutson shares their story

Voices from across the genealogy scene come together to air their concern about the recent Ministry of Justice consultation paper on post-1858 wills for England and Wales. Helen Tovey reports

Thoughts on…
Diane Lindsay encourages us all to put pen to paper, and record our lives
for the future…

& our regulars too, to help keep you informed & inspired for your family history!

Family history news, letters, diary dates, book reviews & reader questions

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