Saturday, 26 September 2009

Your Family Tree 82 on sale now

The latest issue of Your Family Tree is on sale, with goodies galore.

Chris Pomery looks at the future of family history, Ian Waller and Doireen Hopwood look at some of the more common brickwall problems that can be easily resolved, Paul Reed looks at army lists and muster rolls, and Stephen Thomas examines the records of freemasons and clubs. There are articles on how to use the website, how to draw a family tree with Serif DrawPlus 7, and Colin Waters takes a look at agricultural labourers. Flying the flag for Scotland is Chris Duncan, who looks at the Scottish Highlands, Caroline Makein's Boer War ancestor, and yours truly looks at nonconformist and dissenting church records. There's even a story of an English Orangeman in the mix there somewhere, and we're not talking about the man from Del Monte!

All for £4.99, and with that you also get a photo of editor Russell James slowly turning into a mad scientist on page 59, all in the name of preserving old newspapers apparently, but I have my doubts!

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