November 2012

In the
November
issue

Issue 66

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On the cover

 

Get more from parish records
There is more in the parish chest than just registers. We show you the lesser-known records that could tell you more about your ancestors.

 

 

 

 

+ Also this issue

Annie Lennox
With tales of poverty and illegitimacy, Annie's Who Do You Think You Are? episode was gripping, but we reveal the story that was left on the cutting room floor.

► Blitz sites
Ever wondered about a gap on your street? Or perhaps an ancestor died in an air raid? Here's how to uncover the truth behind Blitz stories from both world wars.

Prison hulks
Introduced in the late 1700s, your forebears may have been incarcerated in these floating jails. Find out more with our research guide, compiled by Paul Blake.

Fever hospitals
Michelle Higgs explores the impact that infectious diseases had on 19th century society.

Plus.... learn how to date family photographs by format; get involved in a WW1 wall of remembrance; how to search for your North Devon glove making ancestors and much more...

 

Plus! Exclusive online datasets

Northern Irish ancestors
Research your links to each of the six counties of Northern Ireland with our diverse collection of datasets and photographs from some of the country's best family history facilities.

 

Issue details

Have a comment or query about the issue?
Have your say on our forums

 

 

On Sale Date: 
Tuesday 2nd October 2012
Issue Number: 
66
Availability: 
Available