New issue out now – free family history records guide
Your guide to family history for free plus a free supplement about your ancestors’ working lives.
The latest issue is dedicated to how you can find your ancestors and discover the lives they led without spending a penny–or at least save yourself some money doing so. From using free family history records and software online, to making use of your local record office, we’ve got a host of tips on how to save the pennies when doing your research. That’s not all, as you’ll also find some great vouchers to save you even more money with The Genealogist, Arrowfile and more.
You’ll also find a region guide to find family in Tyne and Wear, discover Victorian London, and get started looking at coats of arms and heraldry. You can use our article on the historical importance of Britain’s railways to help you find your family who worked on them.
Plus we’ve got guides to tracing criminal kin, bigamists in the family, parish officials and much more!
Free guide to working lives
With this issue, we’ve got a free supplement all about day-to-day life for your forebears working in some of Britain’s most common jobs and the records they left behind.
Getting your hands on a copy of YFT has never been easier. As well as being available from all good magazine retailers, you can order via myfavouritemagazines, the YFT Facebook page, digitally via Zinio (for your desktop computer or laptop and Android devices) and via Apple Newsstand (for iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch). YFT 121 is offically on sale from 11 September 2012.
Reading from abroad? Why not get a digital subscription so that you can read YFT on the day it comes out? For more information, click here.
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