Your Family History – Issue 101 (Spring 2011) is Out Now

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 Issue 101.

This issue of  ‘Your Family History‘ gives readers a definitive guide to marriage records and concentrates on the latest, most accurate ways to search these vital resources … and they’ve not limited it to just English records either – there are updates on the best ways to search Scottish and Irish weddings as well!

But that’s not all, we are also given a behind-the-scenes tour of the brand new Public Records Office of Northern Ireland and the  Decoding Dialects feature takes a look at how the words your ancestors used can prove highly valuable to your family history research. There is also a brand new occupations series which focuses on the servant classes and their roles.

Designed to offer practical advice, and written by experts, all areas of family history research are covered and this magazine succeeds in incorporating modern technology with traditional means of research..

YFH101 has all your favourite features, Q&As and case studies plus another CD packed with Cornish data, as well as the pull-out region research card (contacts, map, plus key local resources and historical facts) and four collectable surname index cards.

Pick your copy of Your Family History Issue 101 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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3 thoughts on “Your Family History – Issue 101 (Spring 2011) is Out Now

  1. Bear in mind you can also buy Your Family Tree in digital fomat now also via Zinio @ – a bit cheaper, but no cover CD with it.

    Enjoy this month’s edition! 🙂


  2. Les McFadzen says:

    Issue 101! Does yours come by surface mail? I got issue 102 (April) a week ago.

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