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Family Tree magazine May 2014

Family Tree May 2014Family Tree May 2014 is on sale now & as it’s our 350th issue, we’re celebrating with a bumper giveaway! This month we delve into the secrets of sources, revealing 500 years of family history records – who created them and how to use them! Also inside this issue… Customs & Excise ancestors; land records; translating foreign records; Devon Wills Project; new technology aiding research; family photo fashions; heraldic visitations; your stories; & more… Plus, free digital data for every reader!

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350th issue giveaway Don’t miss your chance to win some fantastic family history goodies in our special competition to mark our 350th issue!
The great faces of family history We look at the great and the good record-keepers of the past 500 years who laid the groundwork for the hobby we enjoy today.
Protecting our island Discover how to research the uniformed Customs and Excise ancestors in your family tree.
Landlord or tenant? Learn to use formal land records, from tenancy agreements to deeds, to trace your family’s roots.
In plain English Don’t let records in a foreign language flummox you – find out how to use online tools such as Google Translate with our easy guide.
Piecing together the past Take a behind-the-scenes look at the Devon Wills Project.
This job’s killing me…Our ancestors’ occupations were often unhealthy – and even deadly.
Free digital data Get access to free records via our exclusive family tree search site.

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Local history on your mobile – how a heritage project is bringing history to life across Wales using the latest smartphone technology.
The New Forest at war – discover the New Forest’s fascinating World War II history and find out how technology is helping us learn even more.
It’s all about class: heraldic visitations – find out just how useful heraldic visitations are for family historians.
Family fortunes – a riches to rags ancestral tale spanning more than 250 years…
Dedicated followers of fashion – a look at fashions in family pictures.
The knitting brigade – discover home comforts offering hope to WWI troops.
Making the cut – make sense of your family’s surnames.
Reader story – our ‘funny’ blood.
Twiglets – catch up with the latest adventures of our tree-tracing diarist Gill Shaw.
Thoughts on… Diane Lindsay considers history  repeating itself, and a centenary quilt.

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

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Family Tree magazine April 2014

Family Tree April 2014Family Tree April 2014 is on sale now! This issue we give you the tips, tools and resources you need to answer one of the biggest family history questions – where did my ancestors come from? Create a family history map, discover land records and find out more about the places where your ancestors lived and worked. Also inside this issue… occupations in Victorian London; military medals; family history time travel; poor relief; BMD certificate charges; mother & baby homes; tracing medieval female ancestors; your stories; & more… Plus, free digital data for every reader!

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Create a bespoke family history map Learn to map your ancestors using Google Maps and other online tools.
Living in the past We reveal how we can find out where, when and with whom our ancestors lived, in the first of a two-part series on land records.
Location, location, location 10 top tips to help you find out about the places your ancestors came from.
Time to time-travel again Avoid overlooking a valuable family history source with this hand-picked selection of records to help you travel back into the past.
A lost world of work Flesh out the lives of your forebears by researching bygone occupations in Victorian London.
The low-down on poor relief Get up to speed on settlement and removal orders in our documents workshop.
Counting the cost… We look at the varying fees charged by councils for extra services provided in connection with orders for BMD certificates.
Free digital data Get access to free records via our exclusive family tree search site.

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A family historian’s guide to supersleuthing – super tips for turning detective.
For gallantry & good service – make sense of your WWI ancestors’ military medals.
Our WWI medal quest ­– two researchers fight to right a 100-year wrong.
Tracing medieval female ancestors – tracking down female forebears in the Middle Ages is no mean feat, but we have some great tips to get you started.
Mother & baby homes – explore the lives of unmarried mothers closeted in special homes and forced to give up their babies, plus where to seek records.
H, I & J – our A-Z of World War I film series continues.
Twiglets – catch up with the latest adventures of our tree-tracing diarist Gill Shaw.
Thoughts on… Diane Lindsay muses on family characteristics that suddenly appear.

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

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Family Tree magazine March 2014

Family Tree March 2014Family Tree March 2014 is on sale now! This issue we join the war effort and reveal the ways you can too, with Great War projects that will transform your WWI research. Also inside this issue… forgotten victims of the Sheffield Flood; understand gallantry awards; family history time travel; using inventories; make sense of surnames; techy tips – get more from your tablet; criminal ancestors; migrants in Britain; your stories; & more… Plus, free digital data for every reader!

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Discover Operation War Diary First World War unit war diaries are being digitised and put online; find out more about this innovative project, and how you can get involved.
WWI centenary for family historians Discover the many projects and events planned and underway, and discover how you can join in, to help commemorate the First World War centenary.
The Sheffield Flood We shed light on a largely forgotten disaster from 1864, and reveal at least 60 more victims than officially recorded.
Understanding gallantry awards How best to research First World War gallantry awards for private soldiers, non-commissioned officers and junior officers.
Time-travel through your family history Target your research in time and take greater strides in your family history.
How to use inventories We explain how much probate inventories can add to your research.
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Making sense of surnames – in the first of a new series about family names, we untangle some surname mysteries.
Black sheep of the family – we reveal the many resources available for tracing ancestors who fell foul of the law.
Keep taking the tablets – 10 ways to use a tablet computer for your family history research.
In Britain briefly – follow in the footsteps of migrants passing through Britain in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The Great War on screen – a look at film on both sides of the conflict…
Twiglets – catch up with the latest adventures of our tree-tracing diarist Gill Shaw.
Thoughts on… Diane Lindsay asks if family history should be all about facts.

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

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Family Tree magazine February 2014

Family Tree February 2014Family Tree February 2014 is on sale now! This issue we get insider tips from the pros to help you to start thinking like an expert and sorting fact from fiction on your family tree. Also inside this issue… find your genetic homeland; understand poor relief in the past; what wills can reveal; using Dade registers; get more from death certificates; civilian uniforms; winter sportswear; chapel records; one-place studies; the latest on WDYTYA? Live; your stories; & more… Plus, free digital data for every reader!

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Fact or fiction? How do you determine family history fact from fiction? Our team of top genealogy experts reveal how to debunk those derailing myths.
How to find your genetic homeland Combine your paper trail with surname research and DNA findings to discover where your ancestors lived 1,000 years ago.
Providing for the poor We explain past systems of poor relief across the UK and how to locate the records generated featuring your forebears.
Revenge from beyond the grave Wills can reveal some dramatic stories of family feuds and fortunes.
How to use Dade registers Find out how these records can shed light on your ancestors’ baptism and burial records.
Ways to go: death certificates What more can you discover about your ancestor from their death certificate? We have 10 top online tips to help you on your way.
Who Do You Think You Are? Live The latest news for the world’s biggest family history show at London’s Olympia in February and get your voucher code to save £18 when you buy two one-day adult tickets.
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Civilian uniforms – learn how to identify the civilian uniform worn by your ancestor during the Great War.
Acts of charity – we delve into the archives to look at charity screenings and the art of acting in our A-Z of World War I film series.
Snow sports – we examine our ancestors’ winter sportswear as we prepare for the 22nd Winter Olympic Games.
Discover the Society for One-Place Studies – find out just how valuable a one-place study can be to your family history pursuits.
The ship’s company – start your research on ancestors who worked for shipping lines.
Saving chapel records – independent chapels are rapidly disappearing in England and Wales, and that can include their historical records too. Find out what’s being done to save them.
Twiglets – catch up with the latest adventures of our tree-tracing diarist Gill Shaw.
Thoughts on… Diane Lindsay recalls necessary evils of chilly childhoods.

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

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Family Tree magazine January 2014

Family Tree January 2014Family Tree January 2014 is on sale now! A new year means new resolutions and renewed energy to tackle your family history. We’re with you all the way with brand new series to help you find out more about your ancestors, plus goals to aim for this year. Also inside this issue… find the true roots of your family’s origins; find deserted settlements; understand WWI uniforms; discover Discovery; research with marriage certificates; occupations; executions; poll books; the latest on WDYTYA? Live; your stories; & more… Plus, free digital data for every reader!

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Know your way around Discovery How to get the best out of The National Archives’ online Discovery catalogue.
Genealogy check-list Thinking about turning over a new research leaf this year? We have some great genealogy goals you might like to aim for.
Trace your ancestors’ occupations In the first of our Researcher By Your Side series, we reveal the best resources and methods for tracing ancestors’ occupations.
How to use poll books Get to grips with using poll books in our new Documents Workshop series.
The ancestral melting pot Discover how to begin mapping your family’s origins.
Marriage lines 10 great ways to research ancestors online once you have their marriage certificates.
Who Do You Think You Are? Live The latest news for the world’s biggest family history show at London’s Olympia in February and get your voucher code to save £18 when you buy two one-day adult tickets.
Free digital data Get access to free records via our exclusive family tree search site, click here.

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Getting Great War uniforms in focus – learn to how identify your First World War soldier in photographs.
Villages lost in time – explore events in history that may have caused our forebears to abandon settlements across the centuries.
Executed ancestors – nearly 50 years after the last person was legally hanged in the UK, we investigate the deaths of ancestors at the hands of the State.
A moving record of the war years – we delve into the archives to uncover the A-Z of World War I film.
Reader story – The price of poverty
Your very good health – we lift the lid on some of the beverages that our ancestors enjoyed.
Thoughts on… Auld lang signs with Diane Lindsay.

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. *Please note Gill Shaw’s Twiglets diary will return in our February issue.

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