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July edition of Discover Your Ancestors is a fascinating read

In the latest issue of the Discover Your Ancestors online magazine there is lots for family and social historians to read:

The biscuit kings: Nicola Lisle traces the remarkable history of biscuit manufacturer Huntley & Palmers in its bicentenary year
Etched into history: A box in the loft opened up a window into the world of glass etching for Denise Bates
Pierside problems: Wales is home to several piers – but some have seen tragedy, writes Nell Darby, despite their association with summer pleasures...
Breaking the pattern: Anna Maxwell Martin's recent episode of Who Do You Think You Are? shows how families can transcend their tough origins. Andrew Chapman delves into some of these using online records for Scotland
Times of transition: A real-life account of a workhouse inmate who may have inspired Dickens
History in the details: Materials – silk (part 2)

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Latest edition of Discover Your Ancestors out for March 2022

This month Discover Your Ancestors have another packed Online Periodical for family and social historians! https://discoveryourancestors.co.uk/subscribe/
Articles include:
Our centenarian ancestors: A perhaps surprising number of our 19th century ancestors reached their 90s or even their centuries – and press interest in their age can really help the family historian, as Nell Darby explains
The marvels of Metro-land: Caroline Roope discovers the London commuter suburbs promoted by the expanding Metropolitan Railway in the early 20th century
A welfare pioneer: Sadie McMullon tells the story of Agnes Marshall Loomes, a pivotal figure for infant welfare
Addressing Sir Alexander: Nick Thorne addresses where Sir Alexander Fleming lived – the man who discovered penicillin by chance in Paddington
History in the details: Materials – cotton (part 3)
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In the December 2021 issue of the online periodical:

Passengers at sea: Simon Wills explores what it was like to take a long voyage across the oceans as a passenger, whether for leisure or in search of a new life
Family photographs at Christmas: Photo expert Jayne Shrimpton looks at how advances and trends in photography were reflected in seasonal celebrations
The women of Mumbles Head: In 1883, a storm ravaged the coastline of South Wales, and claimed several lives. If it hadn't been for the actions of two sisters, it could have claimed more... Nell Darby tells their story
Social mobility in the 19th century: Denise Bates investigates how people could cross the divides of class and status in Victorian times
A seafaring surgeon and a rural rioter: Nick Thorne follows Ed Balls' journey through his roots
History in the details: Materials – linen (part 4)

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  • 12 monthly issues of the Periodical
  • Access to 500,000,000 birth, marriage and death records
  • Free data: Titanic passenger list
  • Free ebook: York, 1868 Poll Book

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Hot off the Press! Discover Your Ancestors Bookazine Issue 10

 

Discover Your Ancestors Issue 10 released!

The 196 page bookazine contains new in-depth articles, research advice, social and general history, 'how to' features, case studies, places in focus, and much more! It is ideal for both experienced researchers and those just starting out.

  • Richard Trevithick: Father of the Railway, 250th Anniversary
  • Georgian Fight Club
  • Death and the Victorians
  • Roald Dahl's WW2 Desert Crash
  • Celebrity genealogies: James Corden, Michael Sheen and Captain Sir Tom Moore
  • How to research the RAF and Royal Marines
  • Rural roots
  • Scots paupers
  • Friendly societies
  • and much more!

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July edition of Discover Your Ancestors online periodical out now!