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Family Tree Magazine May 2011 Back Issue

English 185 Reviews   •  English   •   General Interest (History & Knowledge) Only $7.99
This issue we explore several archives, and also look at the cuts and their effects on you.

Family history is certainly not a hobby for the faint-hearted, and we’re used to being dedicated to accomplish our ends. I think we should be cheered by this fortitude, and in his article Rhodri Clark looks at the cuts in record offices nationwide, and the role that family historians can play in helping to make the best of the situation. Petitioning, indexing and volunteering are all useful for this. One particularly impressive example of the power of volunteers is the Society of Genealogists, who, through a combination of talented staff and trained volunteers, has accomplished so much and this month is celebrating its centenary. Find out about how the society and its dedicated genealogy library and archives can help your research. And lastly, have fun finding your Scottish ancestors in 1911 now on www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk – I’ve had a great few days doing just that
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May 2011 This issue we explore several archives, and also look at the cuts and their effects on you. Family history is certainly not a hobby for the faint-hearted, and we’re used to being dedicated to accomplish our ends. I think we should be cheered by this fortitude, and in his article Rhodri Clark looks at the cuts in record offices nationwide, and the role that family historians can play in helping to make the best of the situation. Petitioning, indexing and volunteering are all useful for this. One particularly impressive example of the power of volunteers is the Society of Genealogists, who, through a combination of talented staff and trained volunteers, has accomplished so much and this month is celebrating its centenary. Find out about how the society and its dedicated genealogy library and archives can help your research. And lastly, have fun finding your Scottish ancestors in 1911 now on www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk – I’ve had a great few days doing just that


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This issue we explore several archives, and also look at the cuts and their effects on you.

Family history is certainly not a hobby for the faint-hearted, and we’re used to being dedicated to accomplish our ends. I think we should be cheered by this fortitude, and in his article Rhodri Clark looks at the cuts in record offices nationwide, and the role that family historians can play in helping to make the best of the situation. Petitioning, indexing and volunteering are all useful for this. One particularly impressive example of the power of volunteers is the Society of Genealogists, who, through a combination of talented staff and trained volunteers, has accomplished so much and this month is celebrating its centenary. Find out about how the society and its dedicated genealogy library and archives can help your research. And lastly, have fun finding your Scottish ancestors in 1911 now on www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk – I’ve had a great few days doing just that
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