Monday, 27 July 2009

Practical Family History 142 on sale

The August 2009 issue of Practical Family History is out with loads of useful content to help your research.

Karen Foy visits the beach to look at our obsession with seaside holidays, Nick Barratt looks at tracing RAF ancestors online, Jayne Shrimpton looks at the humble men's suit, Robert Burlison looks at the iron and steel trades, Roy Stockdill looks at the Dade registers for Yorkshire, Tim Lovering explores colonial records, Steven Wade looks at the beginnings of the modern police force, Rose Malik examines community archives online and yours truly discusses fractured families, and why it can be a good idea to trace lost cousins.

All for £3.75 - and there's ice cream on this issues cover, so definitely one to get you in the holiday mood!

Chris

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