Issue 135: Free downloads
Find your ancestors in heraldic visitations
To download all of this month’s resources in one go, please click here. For more information about how to download the data, please see page 14 of your magazine
To help you get futher with our guide to understanding heraldic visitations, we’ve got an extract from Anguline Research Archives’ Dugdale’s Visitation of Yorkshire. This book contains large collection of pedigrees of Yorkshire gentry and titled families – mainly covering the period from the 16th to the 19th centuries – together with drawings of coats of arms.
Too close for comfort – Better late than never, Angela Buckley unearths the heart-rending story of her grandmother’s tragic childhood
Aunty Belle’s Diary – How a forgotten diary gave insight to the life of a dearly loved aunt
To download these two case studies, packed with tips, please click here.
Organise your research
To help you get started with recording your research, we’ve got a series of forms and charts designed by the YFT experts. These include a 1911 Census form, a five-generation chart and a research checklist.
To download these, please click here.
Articles and surnames indexes
Search the Your Family Tree back issue database to find the issue number for relevant articles, and in which issue over 400 surnames appear in by downloading the indexes here.
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