If you like family or social history then this online publication will be right up your street!
In the March 2023 issue of the Discover Your Ancestors Periodical you can read the following great articles:
Meet the court leet: Archivist Rachel Bates reveals how court leet records can provide a fascinating window into early modern society, as well as aid family history research
Discovering Rugby, Tennessee: Helen Baggott tells the story of a utopian community which didn’t quite work as planned, but has left an interesting legacy for today
Shocking times: Nick Thorne traces historical records for Hertha Ayrton, a pioneering British engineer and scientist overlooked because of her gender
The madness of Ilda Orme: How do you finish writing a biography when you don’t know how the subject’s life ended? Follow Nell Darby on a fascinating and frustrating quest
The father of self-help: Lorraine Schofield tells the story of Samuel Smiles
History in the details: Materials – rubber
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For anyone who is looking for a good read then you could do no better than picking up a copy of the new Discover Your Ancestors Issue 9 which has just come off the press and is available now! With articles on tracing your house history, the family history of the cast and the castle of Downton Abbey and items covering criminal gangs to criminal lunatics, it’s a magazine that’s hard to put down.
This is a high quality glossy bookazine with 196-pages of 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.
In this volume you will find features on:
- Downton Abbey: the historic location, stars and their family histories
- Charles Dickens 150th Anniversary
- Celebrity Genealogies: Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Rowan Atkinson
- Peaky Blinders & The Krays: the real history of organised crime gangs
- DNA and how it can pinpoint ancestors’ locations
and much more!
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