Family Tree Handbook 2020
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Family Tree magazine’s new pocket guide to genealogy answers 50 key questions every family historian needs to know about their favourite hobby and is packed with more than 500 must-search websites.
Published in association with Ancestry, the 100-page Family History Handbook 2020 is bursting with valuable advice from Family Tree, which is celebrating its 35th anniversary this November, and comes free with the Christmas 2019 issue while stocks last.
Readers will be able to discover the hidden treasures at Ancestry with a special masterclass to help you get the most from the world’s biggest family history website (including DNA tips from the experts) and explore more than 500 websites in the exclusive family history website directory.
Now in its third year, the annual guide punches way above its weight in terms of genealogy know-how, and is the must-have guide for family historians of all levels of experience. Whether curious about your roots but with no idea how to begin, or keen to uncover the stories in your genes by taking a DNA test, the Family History Handbook has the answers to many frequently asked questions – and to those you never knew you needed to know!
With chapter topics covering everything from Getting Started and Visiting Archives to Making the Most of your DNA and Putting Your Family Tree on the Web, the Family History Handbook has all aspects of the hobby covered.
Family Tree Editor Helen Tovey said: ’Turn back time as you turn the pages of the Family History Handbook 2020. Packed with our carefully curated selection of 500 must-search family history websites, plus the answers to 50 family history FAQs, AND a masterclass guide on how to unlock further search secrets at Ancestry – you’ll be astonished at all that’s packed inside. The Family History Handbook 2020 is a mini must-have family history user guide for the whole year, not just for Christmas. Happy searching!’