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Discover the top ten parish records, wills, house records and more
The latest issue of Your Family Tree is on the shelves now, and in it we help you become an expert using the most important records before the census and civil registration: parish records. Our comprehensive expert guide will give you all you need to know about the ten most useful records grouped under the parish record umbrella, from baptisms, marriages and burials, to wills and tax recofrds. We show you where you can find them, and most importantly, the amazing details they reveal about our relatives.
We also have an important guide to using record offices goes hand-in-hand with parish research. Though the online explosion has revolutionised genealogy, nothing can beat the magic of looking at the actual records in your local archive. Our no-nonsense guide will show you the best practice and hopefully spark you desire to spend some of your quality research time at the local office.
We also take a detailed look at house records and what they can tell you about how your ancestors used to live. Expert Celia Heritage dicusses how the census, deeds and maps can bring your forebears to life.
Then there is the exciting world of the sports club. From post-public school pursuits to focal points for working-class leisure, Joe Minihane looks at how sports clubs grew and developed during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
We have all your regular favourites discussing child migrants and evacuees, medical workers, a Northumberland region guide and we show you how to find wills and probate records online. Plus YFT113 has all the latest genealogy news, including a detailed examination of the latest DNA techniques and experts answer your questions. There are even free issue downloads from our website to accompany the articles and help your research.
Getting your hands on a copy of YFT has never been easier. As well as being available from all good magazine retailers, you can subscribe or buy the single issue via myfavouritemagazines, the YFT Facebook page, digitally via Zinio (for Android) and via Apple Newsstand (for iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch).
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