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This magazine is interesting because it is so different from any other magazine we have here. It will have fascinating news sections which document the new technologies and websites available for searching your family history. Have you ever wanted to search records of soldiers who served in the British Army between 1783 and 1822? Apparently now you can, by going to Dublin’s’ Kilmainham Hospital where the records have recently been painstakingly catalogued by volunteers. There are also according to the magazine now 87 million fully indexed death records available to search online.
As well as details on fascinating records there are also details on diaries which have been found which give a very exciting insight into life from days gone by. According to the dairy which was recently discovered belonging to the puritan writer Nehemiah Wallington, in one section of his diary he describes how 33 women were branded as witches in one 17th century trial. If you have a passion for history then we can guarantee that you will find something fascinating in Who Do You Think You Are magazine that will capture your imagination.
If you still feel stumped after reading the question and answer sections and the features on new technology, there is handy ‘best website’ section at the end of the magazine which can re-cap the best websites to use to start your family history search. It really is so simple these days that there no excuse not to give it a try, the best thing about it is that you just never know what you might discover.