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Uncover your forebears’ life with Your Family Tree 112 on sale from 3 January 2012

So what will you do once this Christmas season has passed? Your nearest and dearest have gone home, you’ve tidied up and are at a loss as to what to do next. Well, help is at hand in the guise of YFT112. This issue is full to the brim with ways to help you track down your family’s story. YFT expert Doreen Hopwood takes a look beyond the census and shows how to use the host of records that take your census discoveries further than ever. We follow this with an amazing caring communities feature which shows how friends and neighbours affected the home lives of our ancestors.

YFT112 has a fantastic Lost feature where expert Chris Paton reveals what to do if you can’t find your ancestor. They may have ended up in the workhouse, under care of the state and Chris looks at the latest techniques to find/use workhouse records. Plus, we continue this working family theme by taking a close look at road transport workers, show how to track down name changes in your tree and the best new tips on getting started with genealogy before 1800.

YFT112 also takes an exclusive look at the new British Newspaper Archive. We guide you through the masses of genealogical data from this exciting resource and show how to use this incredible online site. Our region guide focuses on Ulster and we’ve got fantastic real-life reader stories, book and software reviews, expert Q&A section, plus a whole lot more!

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 Android) and via Apple Newsstand (for iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch). YFT112 is offiically on sale from 3 January 2012.

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