If you’ve ever wanted to trace the fascinating history of your ancestors, and discover more about where you come from, then Family Tree magazine is here to help.
This long-running magazine has been packing its pages with hugely useful family history advice for 28 years, meaning you know that you are getting expert information. Each copy features methods both free and otherwise to help you explore your family’s past, features on important historical events your ancestors may have experienced, useful tips about using archives and reviews of books relating to both genealogy and history.
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Everybody is fascinated by their family history. Frankly, you would be crazy not to be – the details of what your ancestors got up to is fascinating in itself, and the details of how you came to be who you are right now are endlessly interesting.
With the recent success of programs such as the BBC’s Who Do You Think You Are, people have become ever more interested in their own family tree, starting quests to map it as far back as they can. Whilst not all of us can boast some of the amazing connections to royalty, nobility and hugely important individuals that the celebrities featured on these programs can, we nevertheless all have a deep and fascinating family history to explore.
At least, hopefully. Imagine how dispiriting it would be to investigate your family tree and find that it is full of nothing but sewer workers and gong-farmers (so called because the waste gave off a right gonging smell). Generation after generation of ‘waste management operatives’ as they might be referred to nowadays. Well, don’t despair, due to the wonderful ability of marriage to bring two completely different families together it is highly unlikely that this would have been the fate of all of your ancestors, and if it is, then you have our sympathy. NB