One of my all-time favourites mags is the Your Family History magazine (titled Your Family Tree in the UK). I have been a subscriber since the very first issue, and read most of them from cover to cover. But honestly I can’t believe that it is seven years since the first issue.
With this new issue ‘Your Family History‘ celebrate its 100th issue, and they’ve laid on the treats for readers. Apart from a rundown of highlights in the magazine over the last seven years, you will find this issue contains 1911 census special, 100 years on from the most recently available English and Welsh Census. And they help you uncover the secrets of your 1911 forebears and the stories of their day-to-day lives, discover where your military ancestors were serving at the time, and what old family photos from the time can reveal about your kin a century ago.
Readers get a look at preparations for this year’s UK Census, help you get to grips with records of migrants, Ireland, Liverpool and Huguenots, and give you their list of 100 essential family history resources.
As a very special bonus your commemorative magazine also includes a Your Family Tree mousemat, five exclusive prints of Britain in 1911, and a packed CD full of fantastic resources. There are also subscriptions to Findmypast.co.uk and an exclusive genealogy session with expert Anthony Adolph to give away, and copies of Family Tree Maker 2011 for new subscribers.
Pick your copy of Your Family History Issue 100 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.
I agree – I believe it is the best family history magazine that has ever been published and I have read many!. However it is the only one that I have continuously subscribed to for 7 years. I cant believe it is that long either. It is also the only magazine I keep – all the others get given away eventually, but I treasure my issues of Your Family History. I download the free resources and databases each month that come with the CD and have now built up an impressive collection stored on an external hard drive for ease of searching. I eargerly look forward to reading each issue, my only problem is living in Australia and having to wait quite a while before each issue reaches me. So I will have to wait patiently for my 100th issue!
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