Thursday, 9 October 2008

Your Family Tree issue 70

The latest issue of Your Family Tree is on sale in the next few days, and as usual packed with goodies. The main article is a comprehensive 90 tips for WW1 research to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the armistice, along with two World War One themed case studies. Other features include an article on papermakers and rag sorters, railway records, Westminster voting records, the history of Hallowe'en, and an area guide on Bradford. Yours truly has also contributed an article on how to get started with the brilliant family history centres of the LDS church.

Scottish content this month includes news on Angus council's burial records digitisation initiative (see Angus Council to Digitise Burial Records), a book review on Alexander Fenton's new book Country Life in Scotland: Our Rural Past, and a reader's reply to last issue's piece on the new ScotlandsPeople Centre.

Stonkingly outrageous value at £4.99...!

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