October 2021


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191
On Sale:
10/09/2021
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£5.99
Print Edition:
£5.25 (plus postage)

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Family Tree House History special! To tie-in with the forthcoming series of A House Through Time, the October issue of Family Tree will be themed as a house history special.

On Sale: 10/09/2021

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Working with researchers and producers of the popular BBC series A House Through Time team, and members of the #HouseHistoryHour team Family Tree will be taking a look behind the scenes at the research that goes into the making of this smashing history programme.

 

‘What’s not to like?!’ exclaimed A House Through Time Executive Producer Mary Crisp when we asked her what she enjoyed about House History.

 

To tie-in with the forthcoming series of A House Through Time, the October issue of Family Tree will be themed as a house history special.

 

We’ve been catching up with members of the A House Through Time team:

  • Speaking with presenter and historian David Olusoga about the importance to all of us in telling these unknown stories.
  • Learning house history super-sleuth skills from hands-on researchers on the team.
  • Peeking behind-the-scenes, interviewing members of the A House Through Time production team, and research consultants Melanie Backe-Hansen and Deborah Sugg Ryan.
  • Plus the UK’s leading team of House Historians share research eureka moments, favourites case studies and cracking stories uncovered during their many decades spent tracing the history of our homes.

Family Tree Academy tutor David Anna provides a practical guide to using maps for local and house history.

And get the essential house history kit you need: we share ideas for top tools and systems for recording your house history and books to expand your house history research horizons.

 

Tracing our ancestors’ homes provides a fascinating background to their lives.

Using many of the key and familiar records employed to trace a family tree, house history enables us to look at our research in a new light and is a perfect companion to genealogy.

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