Saturday, 7 November 2009

Your Family Tree 84 on sale next week

The festive issue 84 of Your Family Tree is out next week and it's a 'bah humbug' free zone! Here's a quick preview...

Andrew Chapman looks at 100 useful genealogical websites, Paul Reed looks at tracing military graves and heroes, Audrey Linkman provides another expert analysis on an old photo, Jim Holder-Vale explores his connection to Sweet Fanny Adams and Neil Darby explores a Victorian Christmas. There are also features on how to use your local archives, how to make a family history Christmas card, how to look after old family photographs, and a feature on how to research relatives in Greater London.

Yours truly has a few articles in this month, including a feature on the real story behind Scottish clans and tartans (tourist industry - beware!), the story of how my wife's grandfather helped to establish a communist inspired soviet at an Irish creamery in the midst of the Irish Civil War, and a feature on how to find and use online British and Irish maps.


£4.99 at all festive newsagents from November 12th.

Chris

www.ScotlandsGreatestStory.co.uk
Professional genealogical problem solving and research
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