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Family Tree magazine August 2014

Family Tree August 2014Family Tree August 2014 is on sale now! From the last days of summer 1914, through final family photos, medals and memorials – learn more about your ancestors’ long years of war in our WW1 special issue. Also inside this issue… get out & about to discover ‘real world’ family history; laws that changed lives; saving family photos; famous forebears; your stories; & more… Plus, free digital data for every reader!

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The benefits of getting out & about Get out from behind the computer and discover ‘real world’ records.
Telling our stories… Find out what’s in store when IWM London reopens its doors following the completion of its new First World War Galleries.
Finding the fallen Learn how to locate the monuments, graves, cemeteries and rolls of honour for those who gave their lives in the First World War.
Laws that changed lives We look at Acts of Parliament that affected our ancestors’ lives and made family history research possible.
Understanding medal index cards Get to grips with these useful wartime records in this Document Workshop.
Picturing families at war, 1914-1918 What can family photographs taken between 1914 and 1918 reveal about our ancestors’ experiences of WW1?
Hospital studies Research Zone this issue shines a light on a project to put hospital records online.
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Saving our family photos – will family photographs survive the digital age?
Reader story – ‘A true British soldier’.
The last days of peace – we look back at the last glorious days of summer before the outbreak of the First World War.
Putting the record straight – a conundrum in the census records leads to a few surprises.
How ‘famous’ were your forebears? – Did your ancestor have the X-Factor? Find out what it took to be a ‘celebrity’ in days gone by.
Rehab & rolls of honour – more about the cinema industry’s role in WW1.
Twiglets – catch up with the latest adventures of our tree-tracing diarist Gill Shaw.
Thoughts on… Diane Lindsay ponders pioneer ancestors.

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 July 2014

Family Tree July 2014Family Tree July 2014 is on sale now! Think it’s impossible to trace your tree back 1,000 years? This month we feature two researchers who have done just that, using very different methods… Also inside this issue… FFHS 40th anniversary; WW1 cap badges & insignia; tales of the unexpected; Scottish farm horse tax; court records; inspiring future genies; surnames; using findmypast.co.uk; WW1 rations; your stories; & more… Plus, free digital data for every reader!

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Routes to your roots Your ancestral journey is written into your DNA. Find out how to plot its course and reveal your surname origins.
Tracing an ancient tree Discover how one researcher traced his family tree back to the 10th century.
Guide to new findmypast Learn how to use findmypast’s new website with Mary Evans’ unmissable expert guide.
Cap badges & insignia of the Great War: Part 2 Identify the badges and insignia worn by your ancestors on the Home Front and by women’s units during World War I.
Understanding the UK court systems Get to grips with complicated court records relating to your ancestors with our essential guide.
Helping family historians since 1974 We celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Federation of Family History Societies.
Finding lost soldiers We uncover the secrets of successful family history projects in our new Research Zone series, starting with researcher and author Barrie Barnes.
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Tales of the unexpected – genealogy can be full of surprises!
Catch ’em young! – meet an advocate of family history classes for kids.
Navigating names – we discuss monikers with origins in ancestors’ occupations.
The Great War on a plate – what did your ancestors eat during World War I? We cook up a brief history of allotments, rations and Army mess tins.
Down on the 18th century farm – plough into Scottish farm horse tax records.
Dig for the past – read about an international summer conference.
On to the printed page – discover how a film fanzine handled the early days of World War I.
Twiglets – catch up with the latest adventures of our tree-tracing diarist Gill Shaw.
Thoughts on… Diane Lindsay reflects on ageing.

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 June 2014

Family Tree June 2014Family Tree June 2014 is on sale now! This month we question findmypast on the changes to its website, plus we reveal the 10 essential skills you need to become a better family history researcher! Also inside this issue… cap badges & insignia; local knowledge; ‘common’ ancestors; police ancestors; bawdy courts; aerial photography; fatherhood; maternity experiences; your stories; & more… Plus, free digital data for every reader!

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10 ways to become a better researcher The 10 essential skills that every family historian should develop to get the best research results.
Findmypast – what have they done? Changes to findmypast.co.uk met with an outcry from genealogists. Helen Tovey finds out why.
Cap badges & insignia of the Great War Find out how to identify your WWI ancestors’ military cap badges and uniform insignia in part one of our new beginner’s guide.
Patterns of the past Discover how applying local knowledge to your family history research can make all the difference to your progress.
What does ‘most recent common ancestor’ mean? Feeling in the dark about one of the buzz phrases in DNA genealogy? We have the answers.
Cop this! Trace your policing ancestors with our invaluable guide to the records.
Antics of the bawdy courts Ecclesiastical and feudal courts are explained in the first of two articles on judicial authority.
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Look down now! – become a high-flying researcher as Tony Bandy shows just how useful aerial photography can be.
Tell them of us – this richly researched family history has all the makings of a cracking WWI film.
Father, dear father – in celebration of Father’s Day this month, Ruth A Symes looks at what fatherhood meant to our ancestors.
Our mothers’ labours ­– we decode hospital records to help you learn more about the maternity experiences of your forebears.
Hanging on by a thread – every picture tells a story as one textile researcher found out when investigating some unique workhouse asylum records.
Cinematic experiences – we continue our A-Z of World War I film series.
Secrets of a winning website – we chat to the webmaster of the award-winning Western Australian Genealogical Society.
Twiglets – catch up with the latest adventures of our tree-tracing diarist Gill Shaw.
Thoughts on… Diane Lindsay muses on the therapeutic side of genealogy.

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 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.
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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.
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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.

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