Your Family History – Issue 103 (May 2011) is Out Now

Issue 103 of the Your Family History magazine (titled Your Family Tree in the UK), and not to be confused with Nick Barratt’s Your Family History magazine, has just released.

Everyone’s looking for more and better ways to save money at the moment and the writers and publishers at YFT are no different. That’s why in the latest issue you’ll find their 101 top tips for making your research more efficient, by saving you time and money. They introduce us to some budget software, cheap web resources, bargain deals and the magazine includes £270 worth of vouchers for every reader!

You’ll also discover a host of articles to help you delve into your research, from finding your forebears who worked on the railways, to the records that reveal more on your illegitimate and bastard ancestors, the best archives and websites for Sussex, a great guide to Poor Law records and more.

For those of you who want to discover more about the inner-workings of your ancestors, there’s an intriguing article on Victorian medical sciences such as phrenology, to see how it was used by past generations.

Pick your copy of Your Family History Issue 103 at your local newsagent, or through The Genealogical Society of Victoria, or subscribe online. UK readers can subscribe online here. Readers from the rest of the world can subscribe here.

At a cost of £5.99 (approx. AUD$14.00) each issue, this is the best value for money magazine around. Packed full with the latest happenings relating to online records, societies, publications and news from genealogical world in general, as well as helpful tips throughout, you are guaranteed to find it a fabulous read.

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