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Enjoy two free gifts with latest Your Family Tree – in shops now

Plus maps, Gloucestershire, clergymen and more

YFT118 with two free gifts out now!

The latest issue of Your Family Tree comes with two terrific free resources – a map wallchart featuring London and Liverpool and a London directory. You can find out the importance of both these documents using our brilliant cover feature, which reveals how you can track down your ancestors’ locations, no matter if they lived in the same house all their lives or constantly moved around. Directories for example show peoples’ addresses between censuses, so why not have a look at your directory to see if you can find your London family? If you do, you can then find where they lived on the map – it’s a great example of using a variety of records to trace your ancestors.

We’ve also got a guide to finding clergymen in your family, tips on deciphering old handwriting, resources for tracing family in Gloucestershire plus all your usual favourites.

If you’re new to family history research, our get started article will help you take your first steps in your genealogical journey, from getting to grips with records and even organising your discoveries. It’s all great advice that anyone from beginners to experts can take on board to improve your results.

There are free issue downloads with every issue to help you get further with your research. This month, we’ve got more maps, Gloucestershire records and 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 your desktop computer or laptop and Android devices) and via Apple Newsstand (for iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch). YFT118 is offiically on sale from 19 June 2012.

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