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Break down your brick walls with issue 119

Whether you’ve just begun your journey into your family’s past or are now a seasoned researcher,you will inevitably come up against what we refer to as an ancestral brick wall.This could be a forebear who goes missing, a date that doesn’t add up or a record that just seems to be incorrect.

However, most of these problems are fairly common and often the answer is within reach. On page 24 you’ll find our top 20 tips on smashing through your brick walls so you can take your research back further. Let me know if any of the solutions prove successful for you.
We also couldn’t forget the rather big event that’s happening in London throughout August. To celebrate we’ve got two special reader stories concerning their Olympic ancestors,a look at tracing sporting relatives,and how differentt he 1948 London ‘Austerity’ Games was to the multi-billion pound event of today.

All this plus finding ancestors in Suffolk, Catholic records, a look at Stonemason forebears and an in-depth guide to marriage licenses and banns.

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 119 is offiically on sale from 17 July 2012.

Reading from abroad? Why not get a digital subscription so that you can read YFT on the day it comes out?
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