FT & Diane Lindsay

Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2015 in pictures

Wow, what a fabulous event Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2015 was! We had a great time – the highlight being meeting lots of our wonderful readers – and we hope you enjoyed it too if you were able to make it. The NEC proved to be a fabulous new venue for the show, and the atmosphere was friendly and relaxed, so we’re pleased to know the event will be in Birmingham again next year. Thank you to everyone who stopped by our stand! Click on the images below to view them larger.

FT May 2015

Family Tree magazine May 2015

Family Tree May 2015 is on sale now, bursting with an extravagant mix of helpful articles and research stories. We reflect on the sinking of the Lusitania, an event that had a deep impact on families far beyond those directly connected to the tragedy, plus we remember 70 years since VE day. Also inside this issue… electoral records; heraldry; Birmingham research; post-1837 marriage records; post-feudal ‘gang’ wars; American pioneers; spiritualism between the wars; your stories; & much, much more… Plus, free access to selected records at TheGenealogist! You can download the digital edition right now – click here! The final voyage of

Building Family Tree stand

Family Tree is at Who Do You Think You Are? Live

As I write this the Family Tree stand is being constructed at the NEC, Birmingham for Who Do You Think You Are? Live. The show opens its doors tomorrow for three full days of genealogy madness! We always enjoy the show and the opportunity to see many of our fabulous readers. We’re looking forward to seeing lots of you again this year and hope there will be some new faces, with those of you who have been unable to make it to the previous shows in London able to experience it for the first time. There will be much to

FT April 2015

Family Tree magazine April 2015

Family Tree April 2015 is on sale now, packed with top tips to help you grow your tree! We’re commemorating the centenary of Gallipoli this issue and our expert guide will help you trace your ancestors who played a part in this fateful campaign. Also inside this issue… achieve research success in the archives; family history societies; war memorials; early marriage records; Victorian ancestors; techy tips; your stories; & much, much more… Plus, free access to selected records at TheGenealogist! You can download the digital edition right now – click here! The Gallipoli Campaign 1915 Planning a centenary visit to Gallipoli?

FT March 2015

Family Tree magazine March 2015

Family Tree March 2015 is on sale now, revealing the riches of the parish chest! Parish records can offer clues to help us grow our tree right back to the 16th century and hold the stories of our ancestors’ wider lives – and they’re ready for researching! Also inside this issue… Genealogical indexes; Navy service records; emigrants & immigrants; WI centenary; surname origins; family history apps; mourning dress; your stories; & much, much more… Plus, free access to selected records at TheGenealogist! You can download the digital edition right now – click here! The parish chest: a review of its contents

Family Tree magazine February 2013

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Family Tree February 2013Family Tree February 2013 is on sale now, crammed with super strategies to help you become an expert genealogist! Also inside this issue… discover your parish history; the future of tree sharing; 90+ sites & sources on workhouse & prison workers; chancery records; 9 pages of your questions answered; your stories; & more… Plus, free digital data for every reader!

Create your ultimate problem-solving strategy Don’t miss our expert genealogist’s insider tips for breaking down your brickwalls.
The parish & the manor Get to grips with the origins and history of the parish to understand the lives of your pre-19th century forebears.
Winter warmers Discover how our ancestors dressed for the cold.
Inside story: Speaking the same language? We examine the ways in which 21st-century family historians are now sharing research.
Workhouses, asylums & prisons 90+ websites and sources for researching ancestors who worked in these institutions.
Discover ancestral disputes How to find and use chancery records, and perhaps unearth some spectacular family revelations.
Free digital data Get free access to historic records, including the 1901 Census for Nottinghamshire and the Army List 1910, family history software and more with our fantastic digital data. Visit family-tree.co.uk/data for more details.

PLUS
The happiest days of their lives? – We examine old school log books to learn more about our relatives’ early lives.
Grooms, gardeners & gamekeepers – We introduce some of the staff who toiled outdoors within the grounds of a country house.
Local films for local people – In the first part of a new series on film archives and family history, we zoom in on the Mitchell & Kenyon Collection.
Reader story – From Lancashire labourer to Lord of the Manor.
Reader story – My mischief maker.
Reader story – Canadian connections.
Exploring The European Library – Our guide to using this fast online resource finder.
Twiglets – diary of a family tree first-timer.
Thoughts on… A new find on Ancestry threatens to uproot Diane Lindsay’s family tree.

Regulars: Genealogy news; Dear Tom – genealogical miscellany; Your Q&A, plus photo-dating & military advice; Reviews of the latest books, CDs & apps; Mailbox – your letters; Diary dates.

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