Friday, 30 October 2015

Who Do You Think You Are? magazine - November 2015

The latest Who Do You Think You Are? magazine, November 2015, is now on sale at all good newsagents.

This month's issue includes an interview with recent series subject Mark Gatiss, who recounts bhis Irish connections and how they were discovered, there's an overview of First World War centenary projects, a case of bigamy, a look at a Women's Institute log book from the late 1940s, a look at FindmyPast's electoral registers collection, and a masterclass in proof standards from Helen Osborn.

There's also a look at domestic service by Michelle Higgs and studio photographers by Jayne Shrimpton. In addition, yours truly provides two Scottish themed articles this month, one looking at the newly released Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories on Ancestry, and another looking at research in Glasgow, in the magazine's latest regular Around Britain feature.

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