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The shops are piled high with ‘back to school’ preparations for the children. But these new beginnings, plans and dreams aren’t just for the kids. This autumn set yourself the goal to learn more too – to devote more time to your family history! In our latest issue we’ve got three cracking ways to make strides in your family history know-how: 1. New...

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Family Tree is the original and best family history magazine devoted to helping you trace your ancestors. If you’re looking for practical ways to do your family tree, this is the magazine for you.

Family Tree is the expert guide to doing your family history, with hands-on how-tos, research skills workshops, tutorials, Q&As and stories to inspire. Bringing together the top experts and most trusted advice for over 30 years, it’s crammed with tips and techniques to help readers of all levels find out more about their family history.

Every issue combines well researched articles with essential sources and websites, and shows you how to access records both online and in the archives and use them to full advantage. Fascinating reader stories and moving historical articles help to put your ancestors’ lives in context, bringing the past to life.

Family Tree also includes the latest news, reviews, events and competitions, plus expert Q&As and photo-dating.

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Take your research to the next level
Starting with this issue, and running all through 2018, the Academy learning experience will help you learn more about the records, resources and research skills you need to become the best genealogist you can be. We have case studies for you to pit ...More
Did your ancestor leave a will?
For non-family historians, the appeal of a long-lost relative’s will is that they might find themselves a beneficiary. But for us, wills can provide an invaluable collection of names, relationships and clues to family members from times gone by. June...More
Free websites to learn about Victorian lives
Step into your Victorian ancestors' world digitally as Emma Jolly tours a host of wonderful free websites that will add colour and depth to your knowledge and understanding of their lives in the 19th century.
How to start tracing your Victorian ancestors
Discover the key records to trace your Victorians in this, the golden era of family history, and see how these historic documents enlighten our view not just of individual ancestors, but of the world they lived in, created and transformed. It seems t...More

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