Saturday, 10 April 2010

Ancestors magazine - table of contents

The (UK) National Archives Ancestors magazine has ceased publication, but libaries and private collections have archives. Below find a complete list of the major articles in each issue, taken from the magazine website, who knows how long it will continue to be available. I've added the contents of the last two issues which didn't get onto their list and made a few other minor changes. You can search the list with the Ctrl-F in Windows, Command-F on Macs.

Issue 1
* Watch the birdie and say cheese - pictures at The National Archives
* House history: how to become your own house detective
* Veni, vidi, vici! - Transcribing Latin documents in 1733
* Assize Courts
* Wills before 1858
* Military genealogy on the internet

Issue 2
* What did your ancestors do in the great war?
* Following a false trail in London
* Research into a 19th century seaman
* Norfolk in 1891
* The forgotten men - The Imperial Yeomanry In The Boer War
* Get the power of the press on your side

Issue 3
* Trying to establish a connection - tracing army officers in the First World War
* Famous immigrants
* The rise and fall of Frank Rohrweger CMG
* Family heirlooms
* The Roehampton Hearth Tax project
* Yeoman ancestry: 200 years of Suffolk family history

Issue 4
* Black ancestors
* The Staincross militia
* William Murphy, Chelsea Pensioner, aged 15
* The first, the oldest, and the last - casualties of the First World War
* Maps and plans at The National Archives
* Picture perfect - protecting pictures

Issue 5
* A snapshot of 1901 - using the census
* How our ancestors lived - late Victorian and Edwardian Britain
* Behind the census - the people behind the document
* Maps and the census - looking at registration districts
* The census treasure chest - prominent personalities in the Victorian returns
* Women and 1911 census

Issue 6
* All in the genes
* Bound for Australia
* Famous twentieth century emigrants
* British Army POWs of the First World War
* Medal detective
* Making sense of a family album

Issue 7
* A smart little fellow - a case study
* Tax trails
* The National Farm Survey
* Shakespeare's family mysteries
* Local history online
* The Smuggler King of Culleroats

Issue 8
* Was your ancestor a Suffragette?
* Surname interests online
* If they had known then what we know now...
* Military maps of the Western Front
* By his own hand - suicide records
* A record of merit - Royal Navy lieutenants' passing certificates

Issue 9
* A burden on the parish
* Workhouse days
* Oars and scullers
* The smiling footballer
* The Hallases: a coal-mining family
* Mapping London's rich and poor

Issue 10
* Divorce - 1858 onwards
* Records can be wrong
* Researching Jewish burials
* Finding genealogy news online
* Tracing African slave ancestors
* Black genealogy online

Issue 11
* Grey Coats and Blue Coats - life in an eigtheenth-century charity school
* Indexes to soldiers' discharge documents, 1760-1854
* The accuracy of a parish register
* Getting to grips with The National Archives
* A letter form the Crimea
* Bridging the gap - a guide to State Papers and other nineteenth-century sources

Issue 12
* Irish Catholic records
* Life after the Army
* Cigarette cards and trade cards
* Officers and gentlemen
* Looking for a policeman?
* Irish genealogy on the internet

Issue 13
* The benefits of insurance - house history in Mile End Old Town
* British sources for South Asian ancestors
* Surgeons at sea - looking at naval journals
* A litigant in the family
* Searching for justice - Chancery records on the internet
* Family or Country - Chelsea out-pensioners in the late eighteenth-century

Issue 14
* The rise of Protestant Nonconformity
* Movers and Quakers
* Borstal Boys
* A face in the crowds - film and sound archives for the family historian
* The Great Crimean War Index
* Wesley at 300

Issue 15
* They can't get on without us - women in wartime posters
* Captain Boynton and the heiresses
* The Gypsy trail
* Indexing the Admiralty
* In-site: 1837 online
* Going Dutch - researching Dutch ancestors

Issue 16
* The workers united - trade unions uncovered
* Civil registration reform
* The American Revolution
* The founders of Sierra Leone
* Lest we forget
* The accidental archivist - conserving your own collection

Issue 17
* Quarter Sessions focus
* Keeping the peace
* Scenes from ordinary life - Quarter Session records
* Endangered lives - health and the Victorians
* Naval quota men
* Sentenced to hang

Issue 18
* Recording the Plague
* Going Down Under
* In Memoriam
* Publishing your family history online
* Before 1901: a woman's place
* Scotland's National Archives

Issue 19
* History in miniature - medals for the family historian
* Parliamentary enclosures
* Surveying the scene - the mid-nineteenth century Tithe Commission records
* Staying in touch - finding postal workers in the archives of the Royal Mail
* Policy issues - insurance records for the family and local historian
* Risk assessment - fire insurance maps and plans

Issue 20
* The secret life of the Death Duty Registers
* The name game - the value of Christian names in family research
* The name of the father - tracing the paternity of illegitimate ancestors
* All aboard - births, deaths and marriages at sea
* Eighteenth century care in the community
* A rough guide to the British Army

Issue 21
* The education revolution
* From first to last: the evolution of family names
* From cradle to grave: family life since 1550.
* Untold riches: how the North-West was run
* The City Boys: records of London apprentices
* Henry Mundy's notes from the 1840s

Issue 22
* The local alternatives
* Tom, Dick and Harry - pet names and surnames
* Mission accomplished - the education of girls in the Victorian period
* A man of a certain age - the strange story of Walter Bourke
* Yellow Pages - the value of trade and commercial directories for family history
* Becoming a Brit - the Home Office Naturalisation papers and the Citizenship Project

Issue 23
* The Manorial Documents Register
* The history of Joseph - surname studies
* A rough guide to the Britsih Army: name, rank and number
* The Red Ensign at war
* Sons of toil - agricultural labourers
* Enduring benefits - wills and probate documents

Issue 24
* Double dealing - matrimony and bigamy
* On the move: continuity and change in internal migration
* Breaking the habit: religious communities for women after the Reformation
* Ranking order: popular male names 1377-1381
* Percival Boyd online - marriage indexes at your fingertips
* The squeeze on sheep - taxing the small-scale farmer

Issue 25
* The curious case of Lieutenant Lutwidge
* The harsh face of Irish Feudalism
* Choosing family history software
* Upwardly mobile - first name fashions
* Pay as you go - death duties at The National Archives
* The long stand-easy and the call to arms - British Army reforms

Issue 26
* Lost children of the Revolution
* Secrets of the FRC
* Mapping the working class - the new survey of London life and labour
* Tracking down the part-time police
* The Destroying Angel - hunting down the real culprit of the Black Death
* Inside the viewfinder - historic photographs

Issue 27
* Hiring fairs in northern England, 1870-1930
* The health of the nation: medicine, money and patients in eighteenth-century England
* Cracking the codes: an introduction to paleography
* House history online
* The sixpenny treasures of Hendon Vestry

Issue 28
* On the square - Freemasonry
* Listing the landowners
* Reading your genetic signature - DNA tests
* Hunt your family heroes
* Exploring historical maps
* Licensed to wed - marriage banns

Issue 29
* Records At The Heart Of The Nation
* From Liquorice To Linen - Yorkshire industries
* On The Textile Trail
* Contracting Out Cruelty - the urban poor
* Grim South To Grimy North
* Taken As Read - deciphering old documents

Issue 30
* Taking up the white man's burden - the Colonial Service
* A charter for disillusion - the Chartist Land Company
* A fraud is born
* The 20th century Domesday Book
* Convicts, colonists and colliers
* Your right to know - the Freedom of Information Act

Issue 31
* Asylum for London's poor and sick
* Shakespeare's jug
* Medieval witch report
* Where there's a will
* Builder for the poor - Peabody Buildings
* Stand up for bastards!

Issue 32
* Trying to close the door - 19th century immigrants
* Medals out of Africa
* A sharp tale - the Sheffield cutlery trade
* Small change for traders - 17th century trade tokens
* For the sake of the poor - the history of almshouses
* Saving souls with shoes and summer holidays - Manchester's mission hall

Issue 33
* Born and buried abroad - records at Guildhall Library
* Taking French leave - immigration across the Channel
* Wheels of Fortune - a history of stagecoaches
* Crossing with the Conqueror
* Bloody Belgians! - wartime immigrants
* Life in the quality poorhouse

Issue 34
* Read all about it - the British Library's newspaper collection
* Going up in smoke - origins of the hearth tax
* Records of Life and Death - Scotland's civil registration system
* Scotland by numbers
* The reluctant recruits - military conscription tribunals in World War One
* Defeated by indecision - the overthrowing of James II

Issue 35
* Stars of Rememberance - campaign medals of the First and Second World Wars
* The answer to your prayers - religious ancestors
* Turn your tree into a tale - writing up your family history
* Harnessing horsepower
* In word and deed - title deeds
* Of this parish

Issue 36
* How to dig out your Ulster roots
* For the love of the children - the history of Great Ormond Street Hospital
* For your namesake - a Victorian cult of celebrity
* Taking the Silk - the history of a luxury fabric
* Ragged reading, 'riting and 'rithmetic

Issue 37
* A burning issue - fire insurance records
* Bound for Britain
* Bombed by the enemy - First World War civilian attacks
* No destitute child ever refused - Dr Barnardo commemorated
* Spice of life - a voyage to the Spice Islands
* Sunk at sea - a wartime U-boat attack

Issue 38
* Little depraved felons - sailing to a new life
* Off the shelf - the Society of Genealogists
* Trafalgar: men who won the victory
* A life in letters - Nelson remembered
* Pressed into service
* For service at sea - on board the Victory

Issue 39
* Back to the classroom - pupil records
* Keepers of the Old Faith
* The reluctant conspirator - Guy Fawkes
* Drawing a line - the world of cartographers
* Steering a safe course - navigation records at The National Archives
* Under suspicion - MI5 records in family history

Issue 40
* Surgeons at sea - on board journals
* From slavery to showbusiness
* Fighting for the vote
* Inscribed in remembrance - memorial heritage
* The curious world of MI5
* Libraries online

Issue 41
* Strike the right note - the brass band in history
* Women who meant business
* To discourage the others - execution in the trenches
* Dungeons of despair - Newgate prison
* Without due care
* The sailors' shining beacon - pilotage records

Issue 42
* Knitting a life together
* Memories and mementos - researching at home
* Hunting the hero
* A call to arms - the art of heraldry
* A weaver at Waterloo
* Beaten by the Boers

Issue 43
* English roses of Picardy - VAD heroines
* Finding lost relations
* Stand and deliver - the truth about highwaymen
* Our payment is but trifling - BMD registrars uncovered
* A grave matter - London burial records
* Making ancestral connections - Genes Reunited

Issue 44
* To honour the brave - the importance of the Military General Service Medal
* They also served - a database of 15th century inhabitants of Colchester
* Chants for the memory - family history in Africa
* Crime and punishment - the Victorian underworld
* Last battle of the Bonnie Prince
* Making a final bequest - the value of wills

Issue 45
* Transported out of the way - a convict trail across the Atlantic
* Rebels who died for their cause - Bonnie Prince Charles's supporters
* The Great Non-Escape - POWs in Italy
* Tax on hearth and home
* By Royal Appointment - upstairs and downstairs accounts
* Tale of a tenement

Issue 46
* Acts of charity
* Taking the toll - protesting against road tolls
* Shalom and welcome back
* Voices of dissent - Nonconformist records
* VC for valour and courage
* Sincerely yours - analysing handwriting

Issue 47
* Confusion at sea - the Battle of Jutland
* A fight on the feminist front
* Pip, Squeak and Wilfred - investigating medals
* Aristocrats v artisans - the rise of the professional footballer
* The Cornish Diaspora - mining and miners
* Memory faultlines - talking to relatives

Issue 48
* Trace your Irish ancestors
* Turned out of house and home - Irish evictees
* Witness to the past - Court of Chancery documents
* Lines of defence - military maps
* Accidents will happen - industrial perils
* Taking civil liberties on the Home Front

Issue 49
* Paying for St Pauls - is your ancestor on the list of donors?
* Imprisoned in hell - POWs in Japan
* Penny-pinching parishes - the Victorian poor law
* Throwing a punch - a history of prizefighting
* Trouble in the Tropics - life in 17th century Jamaica
* Brothers in arms - one family's sacrifice

Issue 50
* Celebrities in search of family roots - Who Do You Think You Are?
* Strangers on our shores - tracing past migrants to Britain
* On the Transatlantic freedom trail
* As God was their judge - the Bawdy Courts
* Brushed by fame
* In word and deed - England's earliest property registers

Issue 51
* Floating hells - prison hulks
* Operation Musketeer - the Suez Crisis remembered
* Criminals and conspirators - a Bow Street Runner in the family
* Mysteries unravelled - the Livery companies of the City of London
* Poles who fled to Britain
* Who, where, and when - the National Register of Archives

Issue 52
* Tracing the Devil's Own - researching British Army officers in the Napoleonic Wars
* Guardians of the shore - a history of coastguards
* Monument to a map maker
* Lock them up! - the state supervision on enemy aliens in the Second World War
* A family fit to be freemen
* It could be your ancestor - lotteries in history

Issue 53
* Fill the empty Empire - sending children to the colonies
* We want work - the Leicester Pilgrims
* Regimental records
* Corsets and cravats
* A plane tale
* A beautiful and ineffectual angel - Percy Bysshe Shelley
* The Rise of Celebrity

Issue 54
* Smile for the camera - dating old family photographs
* Masters of the poor - workhouse staff investigated
* A peculiar marriage - St Katherine by the Tower in London
* Last rites - the College of Arms funeral processions
* The break-up of China city - Chinese seamen in Liverpool
* Gone for a soldier

Issue 55
* A sticky business - the sugar industry
* Masters and mates
* The mad English women - the tale of two nurses in the First World War
* "For you, the war is over" - British POWs in the Second World War
* Reluctant hero

Issue 56
* Imperial icon - Rorke's Drift remembered
* Hospital ships' deadly cargo
* Lessons for beginners in Latin
* Herring women
* Shell shocked
* Life's a trial and then you die

Issue 57
* Records of the Raj
* A bloody business - the Indian Mutiny
* On the cards - tracing connections to India
* Battle stars
* Certified of unsound mind
* Sympathy for smugglers

Issue 58
* Nurses on the Veldt
* Chips off the old block - Welsh slate workers
* Retail revolution - the birth of supermarkets
* Keepers of the registers - parish clerks commemorated
* Feeding the fleet
* Under the spotlight - tracing theatrical ancestors

Issue 59
* Begging for mercy - petitions and pardons at The National Archives
* Murder and mayhem - a 1909 London robbery that went wrong
* Fuel for concern - mining children
* Sacrifice on the Somme
* Rooms of their own - Victorian women's clubs
* Hooked into history - a history of lacemaking

Issue 60
* Lives after death - obituaries in research
* Death of a county constable - the perils of policing
* Profile of a pauper
* Caught in the Civil war
* Passchendaele
* Czech connection - 20th century Czechoslovakian immigration

Issue 61
* That dreadful country - the Walcheren Expedition
* Top thirty tips for tracing your family history
* The emperor's unwelcome guests - civilians interned by the Japanese
* Poet's last lines - British graves abroad
* Searching for soldiers - using records at The National Archives
* Don't become spellbound - inconsistencies of spelling in the records
* Welcome to the world of work - using business records
* Between the pages - private libraries uncovered
* Mad, bad and in Bedlam
* Traced to a Tudor statesman
* Finding ancestors with Ancestry
* Introduction to sin
* Remembering Passchendaele

Issue 62
* FREE CD GUIDE TO TNA'S WEBSITE
* Who Do You Think Is Back?
* Back to your roots - an introduction to genealogy
* Snared with lies - a poacher's tale
* How to hunt your man - avoiding the errors in records
* Remedy for researchers - a library of medical history
* Privileged imprisonment
* Entertaining England - Georgian assembly rooms
* Victoria's part-time soldiers
* Fired by the past - the pottery industry
* Internet news
* The nation's memory online - The National Archives's website
* No busman's holiday - bus drivers and conductors in the capital
* What's it worth now?

Issue 63
* Acting as family historian - an interview with Miriam Margolyes
* From gravestones to Griffith - Irish ancestors
* Heritage in headstones
* Paternity cases - problems facing the family historians of the future
* Classroom compass - Royal Navy schools
* Join the club - local family history societies
* Dickens and debt
* Chapel-going ancestors
* Canadian connections
* A very public house - a recollection
* Irish surnames hold genealogical clues

Issue 64
* Good will hunting - investigating the job of probate researcher
* Our forebears from the North
* Missing links - tracking down elusive ancestors
* A grave undertaking - funeral directors
* Sent to a watery grave - the 200th anniversary of the HMS Anson shipwreck
* Riding into history - a regal ancestor
* Serving their sentence - prisoners and warders
* Page turners - joining a local library
* The biggest bang - the Halifax Disaster in Nova Scotia
* Bits and picts - decoding computer jargon
* Find your past with Findmypast
* Freaks and felines - visiting a 19th century menagerie
* Think local - the British Association for Local History

Issue 65
* Food for thought - 18th century cookbooks
* The brave new world of genetic genealogy
* Number crunching - the perils of going too far back in genealogy
* Death by bottle - the dangers of bottle feeding
* Gaps and silences - tracing a black sheep in the family
* Bravery rewarded - at the Guildhall Library
* Scottish web roots
* Crude Riches - Scotland's 19th century shale oil boom
* Land of the mountain and the flood - sasine registers
* The shopkeepers secret - a remarkable Scottish document
* Wiltshire at war
* Murder of a martyr - Thomas A Becket
* Surname stress

Issue 66
* Do you come here often? - visitors to The National Archives
* The Historical Backbone of the Nation - State Papers
* Parish magazines
* On shore and abandoned - the Greenwich Hospital
* Inefficient and inebriated - investigating Irish workhouses
* Miners and market towns
* Relationships on canvas
* Prisoners of the Seagull - the British Merchant Navy under attack
* Conjugal complications - breach of promise cases
* Secrets about the old country
* Welcome to the world of Wi-fi
* The virtual reference library - genuki
* A suburban childhood
* Thorny issues - a forgotten letter of the alphabet

Issue 67
* Safer overseas - child evacuation
* Inside the Society of Genealogists
* 'Glad were they to rest on Australia's shore'
* Name misnomers
* In search of silly names
* In darkest London
* Cap'n ahoy - Lloyd's Captains Registers
* Hugging Brown Bess - British soldiers in the American War of Independence
* Who served with Wolfe?
* Teaching the teachers - teacher training
* Preserving the Pepperpot - a Cumbrian monument
* CD reviews
* Web 2.0
* I was a prisoner
* On the tracks - railway ancestors

Issue 68
* Farewell to Myddleton Street
* Treading the travelling boards
* Setting down roots - family history for beginners
* The Baker of Repton
* City of Vice - the profession of thief taker revealed
* What happened to Ernie?
* Cavalry of the clouds - the formation of the RAF
* Destination downunder
* From Brixham to Grimsby - moving in search of work
* The wisdom of crowds
* Online passions for the past
* A rural reminiscence
* Injured and reconstructed

Issue 69
* Insightful inscriptions
* Beavering away in the Borders - Scotland's new Heritage Hub
* From Canada to the Coal Mines
* It was him! - an early lottery winner
* Destitute and deserted
* Adventures overseas - emigration records
* Places of delight - Georgian pleasure gardens
* Great balls of clay - the Devon ball clay industry
* Reading the rolls - electoral rolls
* Saturday night soldiers - the 100th anniversary of the Territorial Force
* Get reunited with your genes - Genes Reunited
* My old nurse Atterbury
* Skin Deep - medieval manuscripts

Issue 70
* Genealogy in the genes - DNA tests
* Heritage Tests - revelation or rip-off?
* A tragic reminder - the Victoria Hall disaster in Sunderland
* Affairs of the heart - divorce records online
* The 'Great Visitation' of cholera
* West Country connections
* Striking back at the Empire - an Edwardian strike at the music halls
* Up in smoke - fire insurance records
* Doing her bit - the women's land army
* Making ends meet
* The novelty of networking - a new computing phenomenon
* Location, Location, Location - ancestors' origins online
* Memoirs of a smuggler
* Ten years on - the Family and Community Historical Research Society

Issue 71
* Dan Snow - TV's history heart-throb
* A class of its own - studying genealogy
* How to be a better researcher
* In charge of inmates - the staff at Northallerton House of Correction
* View from the pulpit - a clergyman's diary
* Gallantry disgraced - a VC winner's story
* Changing fortunes - 17th and 18th century records
* 'I went down a boy and came up as a man' - the Bevin Boys
* Greater than the parts - from the FRC to The National Archives
* Tragedy and tailors
* Weaving across the waters - 19th century lace makers
* A Middle Eastern adventure
* Pride comes before a fall
* Interpreting squiggles - paleography
* Somewhere in France, May 1940
* The Tale of a Tub (and other things) - family mementos

Issue 72
* Kew transformed
* The new Kew - a guided tour around The National Archives
* The busiest man in family history - an interview with Dr Nick Barratt
* The 1900 Olympics
* A fine set of friends - Quaker records
* Teeside Archives
* Misery in the mills
* Scotland's Coronach in Stone
* Thou shalt not - marriage laws
* Who killed the Magpie? - a major project disbanded
* A post-war pilgrimage
* One-place wonders
* Walks with my father
* Back to London

Issue 73
* News from the colonies
* They holidayed abroad
* Heroes with grimy faces - firemen in the Second World War
* Reading between the lines - Railway company magazines
* From the depths of depravity - ragged schools
* A faithful servant - the life of Tita Falcieri
* The enumerator strikes back
* Kingston and the Congo - an Irish explorer remembered
* Minors on the march - army families in the 19th century
* Using the Access to Archives website
* Searching out the relatives - Family Relatives
* Holiday memories
* Where there's a quill there's a way

Issue 74
* Licences at large - a new database of female prisoners at The National Archives
* Document of the month - First flight was a mistake!
* Clothing paupers and pursers - the slop-seller's trade
* A song at the Front - entertainment in the trenches
* Archives on the waterfront - the Merseyside Maritime Museum Archive
* City of beasts - mayhem in Georgian and Regency London
* Last resting places
* "I Gotta 'Orse!"
* Family Search and the 1881 census
* Shout it out - blogs and podcasts deciphered
* Your Archives - the wiki of The National Archives
* From wills to war medals - the Documents Online service
* The man's point of view
* Parchment and pounce

Issue 75
* Reunited by family history
* Certificates -BMD records
* Errors set in stone - memorial inscriptions
* To protect and serve - the history of policing
* House history - black and white houses
* Document of the month - Save your bacon, save our scraps
* Passport registers
* Jack Tar at leisure - looking at the journals of seamen during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars
* A boatswain in Nelson’s Navy
* Suffer the little ones - infanticide in history
* Robert Smail’s Printing Works
* Using the web for family history
* Pages of Testimony - the Holocaust remembered
* A Derbyshire childhood
* Beyond the grave

Issue 76
* The origins of parish registers
* Going back before 1837
* Riddles and revelations
* Researching railway relatives
* The Camden Town Murder
* Surveyors in the family - the records of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Library
* The bonny brave boat rowers - the sport stars of the 19th century
* Voices of the Armistice - podcasts from The National Archives
* Their name liveth for ever more - a local war memorial
* House history - Identifying the Stuarts
* Growing up in Derbyshire
* Open the box! - family mementos

Issue 77
* The Nation's Memory - inside The National Archives
* Join Your Friends - Friends of The National Archives
* A Very Wellcome Grant
* Death Need Not Be Taxing
* If You Want To Get Ahead - the hat trade
* Ship Building On The Tyne
* Built For Show
* Minding Their Bellies - Georgian dining
* An Inhospitable Rock - A Remarkable Place, Newfoundland
* For The Criminally Insane - Broadmoor records
* The Empire Christmas Pudding
* A Regency Pantomime
* Waistcoat Duffy - tracing an infamous ancestor

Issue 78
* Benefit from a will
* Documenting Darwin
* “Through adversity to the stars” - the RAF Museum at Hendon
* How do I prove this ancestor is mine?
* Married in secret - Fleet Registers
* House History - Regency splendour
* From the battlefields to the Borders - French POWs in Scotland
* Prisoners in paradise - convicts in Bermuda
* Exposing the defaulters - shopkeepers and debtors at The National Archives
* Prettying up pictures - retouching old photographs
* From the Archives to a field in France - trench maps
* Cymru am Byth: Wales Forever
* Family Tree Maker 2009 Platinum
* Lost in the Baltic - a Polish shipwreck

Issue 79
* Using the 1911 Census
* FAQs
* Website walkthrough
* How it was done - the scanning and transcribing of the census
* Sorting out the census - how it was taken
* Past and present - censuses through the years
* Supplements to the census
* Portrait of a nation - demographics in 1911
* Hesitate no longer - 1911 fashion
* The year in sport
* No votes for women, no information from women
* People like us - the working classes in 1911
* Truth, beauty and design - Edwardian house history
* Internet news
* Census computing - censuses online
* Vivat Rex - the coronation of George V
* Timeline

Issue 80
* Notable Names
* Elizabeth in Danger – a letter from Princess Elizabeth in 1554
* “Doe be joobus, tek a lickle gawp!” – Black Country archives online
* Marking their Cards – calling cards in history
* Extra Special Books – 1911 Census news
* Making Sense of the Census – an overview of censuses
* Making Waves – The Royal Marines Museum in Portsmouth
* Fairfolk – Inside the National Fairground Archive
* How to Read a Document – Palaeography tips
* Treasure Locked Away – the Parish Chest
* The Real Little Dorrit – 19th century debtors’ prisons
* The Age of Revival – Victorian house history
* Britons could be Slaves – White slavery in North Africa
* “Merrily I go to Hell” – a Wren’s wartime experience

Issue 81
* Homecoming in the West – the Homecoming Scotland 2009 celebrations
* Military Records Before 1913
* Hampshire Record Office
* Let your Fingers do the Walking – Trade Directories
* Blissfully Wed? Perhaps Not
* The Fairy of the Phone – The BT Archives
* Document of the Month - “Someone Has Taken Little Teddy’s Life”
* Manorial Documents
* From Cotton Spinning to Coffins – the Wonderful World of Patent Specifications
* Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Beyond – 20th century house history
* The Aftermath – Rebuilding London after the Great Fire of 1666
* Reading the Papers – Online Newspapers
* Society Success – Family History Societies
* Uniting the Wanderers – the JewishGen website
* Coronation Celebrations – the Column

Issue 82
* An Irish Charm – Belfast’s Linen Hall Library
* Tracing your Irish ancestors
* All is not lost – the Northern Ireland Wills Index
* A valuable alternative – Irish Valuation Office records
* The Hearth Tax
* The children who weren’t there
* Open Wide – Dentists
* By command of Her Majesty – Parliamentary Papers
* To pray is to work. To work is to pray
* High Tables and Low Orders
* A Brief History of Women’s Hats
* “Whose name will be immortal…” – Nelson’s memorials
* Document of the Month - The industry of all nations
* To research a life, begin at the end – DeceasedOnline
* Websites on US and Canadian emigration
* What a coincidence!

Issue 83
* The island under the falls
* Calling all Scots
* A Great Northern Light
* Death and Taxes
* Caring from Afar
* Seeking Suffolk Sources
* A Fortune Awaits
* I Died In Hell
* Guardians of the Parish
* Lives of beer and skittles
* Social networking for the Dead
* The fatal shore
* Tales of Local Trees
* Picture for Profits
* Building the bigger picture

Issue 84
* Go Local
* The World’s Favourite Archive
* Registering an objection – A View from Kew
* Tudor Treasure
* Sailing the High Seas – crew lists
* Earliest census
* Painting with your Forebears - artists
* Never too Late to Learn
* The Devil’s Porridge
* Google Booking
* The first draft of family history
* Scan and See
* Who’s Been Living in my House – the Column

Issue 85
* All present and correct (1911 Census and soldiers)
* Learning from the past – school records
* Online maps
* A clue for Mr Whicher
* Barging into family history
* Puss in Pinstripes
* A classy game
* A passage to India
* How we were served
* Grandad’s Army
* Irish Indeed
* Shooting your ancestor
* Aphas and Betas
* You the expert

Issue 86
* The Long Arm of the War
* Meet the Ancestors
* Never at Sea – the story of the Wrens
* Tracing your Second World War Ancestors
* Recording war graves and memorials
* Timber – the work of the Women’s Timber Corps
* View from Kew – Knocking down brick walls
* The Overseer – the dispenser of the Poor Law
* The Patriot Game
* Document of the month
* Signposts to research
* Census Value for Money
* Family Historian 4 - Review
* Hit by the proverbial

Issue 87
* Kew – Professional Research
* Why can’t I find them? - Problem Solving
* Irish Landed Estate records
* Meet the Ancestors
* View from Kew
* Barnardo’s – The Archives
* Case studies
* Document of the Month
* The Road to Tyburn
* Tolstoy Governess
* New Zealand Records Online
* Digital Records
* How they Livedn
* Technofile - Finding the Forces on the web

Issue 88
* Document of the month
* Bawdy courts and more
* Before the Bishop
* Who do you think your ancestors were?
* Human nature in all its forms
* Meet the Ancestors
* Wolverhampton Archives
* Sport of Kings – horseracing records
* Street Life – Georgian London
* Newcastle Fire
* Farmhouse Kitchen
* Local is Best
* Technofile – parish registers
* How they Lived
* Changes at The National Archives

Issue 89
* Document of the month
* View from Kew
* Irish Records
* Technofile
* Ancestors in Business
* Bringing the Western Front Home
* Meet the Ancestors
* Making Search Simple
* An Offshore Education
* Hand in Glove
* Off the Record
* Ancestors at the end of the world
* Trouble on the Tracks
* Biographical Detail
* A Sea of Books
* Online Marketplace
* The Evils of Tea

Issue 90
* Captain Cook's executors
* Exeter Theatre Royal Fire
* Freemasons Archives
* Samplers
* Exeter Wills Revived
* Document of the month
* How they lived
* Interactive Maps
* Researching the Church of Ireland
* The Wicked Wizard of Leeds
* The Medieval Soldier Database
* Meet the Ancestors
* Salt workers
* View from Kew
* Technofile - Off the Boat and into the Archives

Issue 91
* View from Kew
* Document of the month - Horse-Drawn Coaches and Pub Breaks
* Www.wonderful – The National Archives new-look website
* Gravestone Photographic Resource Project
* How they lived - All that glitters...
* My Who Do You Think You Are? moment
* Reading Naval Badges
* By Royal Command
* Footprints from the Camps
* A survey of beliefs
* My ancestor and the log-log slide rule
* Twelve hundred years of family sagas
* Walking the war
* A wife – for a pint and a dog
* Eighteenth century notes on a small island
* Squiggly handwriting and Penny Blacks
* Meet the Ancestors

Issue 92
* Document of the month - Drunk and Disorderly
* View from the Past
* Technofile
* How they Lived
* Off the Record
* Umbrella makers and turtle soup
* Born, married and recorded in London
* London migration: "I'd heard it was such a grand place"
* Ancestors Interview: Roller-skating through Victorian London
* Capital and Labour
* Held to ransom
* Luxury - for a penny
* "The celebrated Justice Spinnage"
* Easy End royalty
* The People of the Abyss
* Mapping the Metropolis

Issue 93
* Hull history centre
* Cash for Corpses
* Value for money
* Kings of the Road
* The Scarlet Riders
* The Strongbox of Empire
* Document of the Month - The Case of the Missing Ear Lobes
* Hanged Girl
* Treasures of the Capital

Issue 94
* Birth, Marriage... and Divorce
* Jacks of all Trades
* Following the Money
* To Russia, with Genealogy
* Document of the Month - The Pocket Flying Machine
* On the Borders of History
* Meet the Ancestors
* Seduced by Miss Lister
* National Treasures
* The Long Drop
* Ships of the Senior Service
* Hotbeds of Crime and Moral Depravity
* Vaccination Records

3 comments:

Doc said...

Thank you.

M. Diane Rogers said...

So glad you thought of doing up this index, John. Thanks!!

Chartered surveyors derby said...

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