History woz ’ere:
In this month’s Discover Your Ancestors Periodical Ruth Symes explores the personal touches left behind by our ancestors in the form of graffiti. You can read a FREE sample from this month’s Discover Your Ancestors Periodical by clicking here: http://www.discoveryourancestors.co.uk/history-woz-ere/
Other articles in the August 2015 edition
Bad medicine: Simon Wills looks at the medicines taken by your 19th century ancestors Scanning on the go:Nick Thorne reviews a useful tool for family historians Joining the circus: Nell Darby takes to the big top with a history of the circus, its performers and those who went along Lost to the waves: Jill Morris looks at records of deaths at sea available online History in the details: Jayne Shrimpton on sandals Regulars: News & Events / Books / Place in focus: Bradford / Classifieds
The July issue of Discover Your Ancestors Periodical is now available online!
This month you can read an article by Laura Berry that reveals how to research the history of homes in England and Wales, Chris Paton looks at Scottish kirk records and Sharon Brookshaw explores how our ancestors entertained themselves as children, plus so much more.
Discover Your Ancestors Online Periodical is a high quality monthly digital periodical delivered to your own personalised online account every month. It is a beautifully designed 20 page online periodical and is packed full of stories, case studies, social history articles and research advice.
The May issue of this great online family history magazine is now available!
This month, in the Discover Your Ancestors Periodical, they have articles on:
150 years of the Salvation Army and how to trace Salvationist ancestors entitled The front line of faith writtenby Nicola Lisle All the fun of the fair: a preview of the Yorkshire Family History Fair Before the census: Chris Paton looks at Scottish census and census substitute records before 1841 One-stop shops: Jayne Shrimpton explores the history of department stores and their impact on shoppers and staff Saving what they could carry: Canada’s Great Fire of 1922 A May to remember: Keith Gregson tells the story of Britain’s worst railway disaster, sidelined by its occurrence during WW1 States of growth: Jill Morris on booming 19th century America History in the details: Jayne Shrimpton on parasols Regulars: events / Books / Place in focus: Warwickshire / Classifieds
Visit their website to buy your copy today: http://www.discoveryourancestors.co.uk/current-issue/
If you want to unearth those difficult to find ancestors and break down your brick walls, then one way to become more skilled is to read around the subject and learn where to look for your past family and how to use the records that they may be hidden within.
A growing number of in-the-know family historians are turning to the online magazine: Discover Your Ancestors Periodicaland this month there is so much packed inside its digital pages:
Horatio’s last words: Explore Nelson’s last will and testament The Welsh at Work: Emma Jolly follows occupational migrations in and out of Wales in the 18th and 19th centuries Ancient roots: New DNA research sheds light on our origins Lost in the war, found in the records: WW1 case study The jester vs Jerry: How cartoonist Heath Robinson helped with the propaganda war against Germany in WW1 Message to the masses: Jill Morris follows the many journeys of John Wesley as he took Methodism to the people History in the details: Jayne Shrimpton on umbrellas Toughs in cuffs: Angela Buckley reveals how you can track down your criminal ancestors – assuming they were caught Regulars: news + events / Books / Place in focus: Bristol / Classifieds
Even the most “respectable” families may have skeletons in the closet. Finding criminals in your family tree can be exciting and certainly add some colour so if you would like to read a full length Free Sample Article“Toughs in cuffs” taken from this month’s Discover Your Ancestors Periodical head over to their website here: http://www.discoveryourancestors.co.uk/toughs-in-cuffs/
The March issue of Discover Your Ancestors Periodical is now available.
This month this genealogical magazine features articles on:
Lost and found: Sharon Brookshaw explores the history of child abandonment and the rise of foundling institutions The Marine boys (and girls): Nell Darby on the history of a unique society which helps poor children find work at sea Plotting the past: Tithe maps are coming online A nation of gardeners: Margaret Powling digs into the history of gardening as a popular pastime The First Fleeters: Laura Berry follows the experiences of people in the first penal colony to be founded in Australia Before the trains came: Horse-drawn transport in Leeds The great survey: Jill Morris delves into Griffith’s Valuation History in the details: Jayne Shrimpton on wellies Regulars: News + events / Books / Place in focus: Devon / Classifieds
Subscribers get this high quality monthly digital magazine delivered to their own personalised online account every month. The beautifully designed 30+ page online magazine is packed full of stories, case studies, social history articles and research advice. This regular and affordable service is a must have for anyone starting out in family history research, or for those with more experience but who have reached brick walls.
The latest edition of Discover Your Ancestors, the online family history magazine, is out and it makes for some very interesting reading.
Articles this month include:
The sweet smell of history: Jayne Shrimpton sniffs out the interesting social history of perfume A rogue in the records: Gill Hoffs on a convict who made his fortune in the goldfields of Australia, only to lose it again The Mulberry madam: Another convict transportation story Found in the muniments room: Melvyn Jones highlights more treasures in the archives of our great landed estates All good sports: Keith Gregson explores what can be learned about amateur sporting ancestors in online records Plying the waters: Waterborne trade in Somerset explored Calling your ancestors: Jill Morris looks at old phone books History in the details: Jayne Shrimpton on raincoats Regulars: news + events / Books / Place in focus: York / Classifieds
If you are looking for a high quality family history monthly digital magazine delivered to your own online account every month then take a look at the Discover Your Ancestors Periodical.
It’s a beautifully designed 30+ page online magazine that is packed full of stories, case studies, social history articles and research advice. It really is a great resource for anyone starting out in family history research, or for those with more experience but who have reached brick walls.
This month you can read the following informative articles:
Parliament and the people: Nell Darby looks back at the people’s relationship with Parliament, that is now 750 years old. The hidden treasures of gravestones: Nick Thorne explains more about what he learned photographing and transcribing headstones. Revolutionary biscuits: A slice of Dublin history revealed. Seeking out the pros: Keith Gregson explores what can be learned about professional sporting ancestors in online records. The rise and fall of the Darfield Flier: Michael Rochford reveals an interesting story of a Victorian cyclist. Archive heaven: Melvyn Jones highlights the treasures in the archives of our great landed estates. From Company to the Raj: Jill Morris explores British India History in the details. Jayne Shrimpton: On muffs.
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