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Family Tree magazine February 2016

Family Tree February 2016 is on sale now! This issue we’ll help you get to work decoding your family history mysteries, and make great strides forward on your genealogy journey… What will you discover? Also inside this issue… discover what’s great about Ireland; reading old documents; research online for free; naming patterns; help with brickwalls; Scottish research; WW1 memorial projects; your stories; & much, much more… Plus, free access to selected records at TheGenealogist! Don’t forget, Who Do You Think You Are? Live is returning to the NEC in Birmingham from Thursday 7 April to Saturday 9 April. Tickets are

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Family Tree magazine January 2016

Family Tree January 2016 is on sale now! This issue we show you how to take your research worldwide in 2016. Also inside this issue… find out just how far back you can get; old place names; plight of the poor; old language; ancient ancestors; burial data; veterans’ voices; your stories; & much, much more… Plus, free access to selected records at TheGenealogist! You can download the digital edition right now – click here! Don’t ignore the diaspora! Discover the benefits of spreading your family history searches worldwide, and you might break down some brickwalls. Using family reconstruction to find your ancestors

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Family Tree magazine Christmas 2015

Family Tree Christmas 2015 is on sale now! This issue we look back at the family history developments of 2015 and explore the much-anticipated release of the 1939 Register. Also inside this issue… discover new search methods; enclosures & ag labs; costume history; royal genealogy; autograph albums; spas; your stories; & much, much more… Plus, free access to selected records at TheGenealogist! You can download the digital edition right now – click here! A game-changing year of genealogy Chris Paton looks back at the very best 2015 had to offer genealogists. Searching the 1939 Register Find out how to use the 1939

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Family Tree magazine December 2015

Family Tree December 2015 is on sale now! This issue we’re equipping you with super-sleuth tips to help you search smarter! We’re taking a fresh look at the census and delving into the newly digitised electoral register collection for the first time. Also inside this issue… get the most from the major data websites; Scottish genealogy; ancestral dwellings; family portraits; babies’ cradles; portable theatre; WW1 letters; your stories; & much, much more… Plus, free access to selected records at TheGenealogist! You can download the digital edition right now – click here! Making the most of the census We reveal some of

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Family Tree magazine November 2015

Family Tree November 2015 is on sale now! This issue we’re smashing brickwalls and tracing lost ancestors with our expert genealogy problem-solving guide! Also inside this issue… FamilySearch; The Gazette; Deceased Online; old handwriting; slavery; Catholic ancestors; FFHS; textile workers; your stories; & much, much more… Plus, free access to selected records at TheGenealogist! You can download the digital edition right now – click here! Brickwalls & lost ancestors We kick off a fantastic new six-part series on problem-solving for family historians. Get to grips with FamilySearch How to get the best out of this pioneer website. 350 years of history

WIN! Charles Dickens biography

COMPETITION CLOSED: Congratulations to our winners Chris Brooks, Bucks & Rachel Willis, Wilts!

Family Tree is giving away two copies of Charles Dickens by Lucinda Dickens Hawksley (RRP £30). To enter the draw all you have to do is answer the following question correctly, by 27 January 2012. Two winners will be picked at random after this date.

In what year was Charles Dickens born?

Charles Dickens biography

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Charles Dickens contains facsimile documents

Charles Dickens, published by Andre Deutsch, celebrates Dickens’ bicentenary 1812-2012 and is the definitive interactive illustrated guide to the man and his works, produced in association with the Charles Dickens Museum, London. The biography contains removable facsimile documents from Dickens’ personal archives.

Look out for our fantastic article by Lucinda Dickens Hawksley in the February issue of Family Tree, on sale 27 January 2012, in which she considers the emotional implications of writing about relatives, famous or unknown.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS
• To enter the competition, you must answer the multiple choice question correctly.
• Closing date of the competition is 11.59pm on 27.1.12.
• There will be two winners, each receiving a copy of Charles Dickens worth £30.
• Winners of the competition will be announced via the website www.family-tree.co.uk.
• Only one entry is permitted per person.
• Competition is open only to those aged 18 and over.
• No purchase is necessary to enter.
• There will be no cash or alternative prize available.
• The judges’ decision as to the winner is final.
• No correspondence will be entered into.
• Promoters reserve the right to amend or withdraw the competition without notice due to circumstances beyond their reasonable control.