Along with the beginning of a new month, comes the November issue of the Australian Family Tree Connections Magazine.

Remembrance Day is on 11/11/2011, so it seems apt that a military theme runs throughout this November issue.

It honours those who have served our country in times of need. Lest we forget. A few that you will read about are:
– the Fraser sons of the Boer War
– James Norton Haffenden, RAAF WWII
– Lance Sergeant Ian Gordon MacInnes
– Corporal Patrick Charles Graney
– the Hill End School Honour Roll
– Edward Drain
– Frawley Men at War

You’ll also read about  Stephen Simpson, the doctor of Woogaroo, and  David and Hellen Miller from Ayrshire, Scotland amongst others.

The Computers and Genealogy section has an interview with the creator of the brand new Genies Down Under podcasts, and you can learn about the nation-wide survey into past adoption experiences in this month’s Genealogy News.

Looking for Mining Ancestors Part 12 is the last in the series and looks at mining overseas – it also provides a timely reminder that not everything is online.

These are combined with all the regular features such as:

– Can you help?
– Area research
– Family histories
– Family reunions
– For Sale
– Genealogy services
– Missing ancestors
– Missing relatives (living)
– Odds and ends
– One-Name studies
– Wanted
– Where to go
– Genealogy news
– Letters to the editor
– New resources
– Surname register
– What’s on this month

Issued monthly this magazine is on sale at newsagents, and family history societies around Australia (price Aus $6.95, and price NZ $7.95). New Zealand and overseas readers can buy this month’s magazine directly from Australian Family Tree Connections. Subscriptions and back issue can also be purchased directly through AFTC.