16 December 2020

Family Tree Magazine: January 2021

Here are the contents of the newly released January 2021 issue of the UK Family Tree magazine.

Ancestry trees: a masterclass: Michelle Leonard provides useful steps to creating an online tree with Ancestry. Virtually all of the tree-building facilities that she has covered are accessible with a free account.

Investigating ‘public history: From jolly days out at living museums, to studying records in the nation's archives, we all participate in public history'. But what exactly is it? Susie Douglas considers

The importance of having a good research strategy: David Annal demonstrates why it is so important to have a good strategy for your family history, and how you can go about setting one up for your own research

Family history projects for 2021: Decide: what it is that, a year from now, you’ll look back on and wish you had started today

The Stories of our Streets: Paul Chiddicks set you a challenge, ‘The Chiddicks Challenge’, to discover - could you beat his family’s record of living on one street for over 83 years? These are the results

Where there’s a will: Where there’s a will, there’s a way to find out more about your ancestors. A will often contains unique information, and Simon Wills looks at how to locate these precious sources of family history

Also, TheGenealogist is giving every Family Tree reader a free 14-day Gold Subscription

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