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YFT132 in shops today!

Find your missing ancestors with our free book

This month’s issue you’ll find not one but two essential guides to helping you with something that’s bound to crop up in your family history research.

Whether it’s an ancestor absent from the census, a missing marriage, a family myth that needs cracking or a child that seems to have vanished into the ether, we’ve got an expert feature detailing the tips and techniques you need to overcome it, and a FREE book with answers to over 50 of the most common family history problems.

We’ve also got our biggest-ever how-to section, in which you can discover everything you need to know about tracing sea-farers in your family, members of the Royal Artillery in World War II, deliverymen ancestors, medieval soldiers and the amazing records and databases being put online by family history societies.

You can also learn how our 18th and 19th-century kin used to live during the hustle and bustle of the Industrial Revolution, the history of Derbyshire and the rich resources you can use to trace your roots there and much more.

Getting your hands on a copy of YFT has never been easier.

As well as being available from all good magazine retailers from 16 July, you can order printed copies of the magazine via myfavouritemagazines or the YFT Facebook page.  You can save up to 40 per cent when you subscribe today!

Reading from abroad? Why not get a digital subscription so that you can read YFT on the day it comes out? Digital subscriptions are also great if you’ve run out of space for your magazine collection!

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