Saturday, 3 October 2015

Family Tree magazine November 2015 now on sale

Family Tree magazine's November 2015 issue is now on sale at newsagents, with a range of features to keep you occupied until the December issue appears!

This month, Holly Bennett takes a look at The Gazette newspaper, David Annal explores how to break brick walls in research to trace lost ancestors, yours truly provides an overview of how to get the best from the FamilySearch website, Viveka Hansen explores the textiles history of Whitby, and Tony bandy explores old handwriting and how to decipher it. The FFHS's Emma Waltham explores the value of family history societies, Tony Calyton looks at the unpalpable history of slavery, David Sharpe looks at the Deceased Online website, Maggie Loughran explores the history of English Catholics, and Emma Jolly goes in search of the woman who won the pools in the 1930s.

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