November 2023

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Grow your family tree know-how & search skills with the November issue of Family Tree Within the latest issue are numerous expert articles to help you learn more about the hobby you love - family history!

On Sale: 13/10/2023

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Grow your family tree know-how & search skills with the November issue of Family Tree!

Within the latest issue are expert articles to help you:

•    discover the answer to 8 commonly asked DNA questions;
•    learn how to solve family history mysteries with the FAN technique (what’s the FAN technique? Read the November issue to find out more!);
•    master the 5 point plan that will help you prove your genealogy research;
•    take a tour around WikiTree – the online global family tree made possible by 1 million volunteers!

Here’s a full list of contents in the November issue of Family Tree:

What is proof?
Phil Isherwood
takes a closer look at the 5 steps of the Genealogical Proof Standard

Welcome to WikiTree
WikiTreers Greg Clarke and Mags Gaulden highlight some of the key tools in the global online tree that is WikiTree 
The case of the teenage heiress cont.
Gill Shaw’s genealogy adventures are fit for a film!

The grandpa I never knew
Stephen Roberts traces a poignant tale, told through the papers found in a biscuit tin...  
Solve problems with the fan technique 
Family Tree Academy tutor David Annal demonstrates the benefits of tracing ancestors’ friends, associates and neighbours

1868 Election skulduggery 
Gaynor Haliday
investigates bribery and corruption in the pubs of Bradford
Emma Jolly
researches epigentics, its validity, and its possible role in our lives
Digitising audio files 
Sound engineer Thomas Blakemore shares tips for doing it yourself

DNA: Crunching the numbers. Discover the answers to 8 commonly asked DNA questions
DNA advisor Karen Evans demystifies the maths to be found in DNA

Photo Corner 
Jayne Shrimpton
sheds light on the pictures of the past

Tracing gravestones 
Alison Spring
helps you plan this most important of family history visits
Romany & Traveller leads 
Spotlight on the Romany & Traveller Family History Society

Family history news, events, reviews, readers’ letters, questions & answers. 

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