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Explore the Family Tree 1921 census fact-file
Top 10 1921 Census FAQs, a crop of fascinating facts revealed about the 1921 Census, and a look at the tumultuous times in which with census was taken

PLUS this issue we focus on writing our family histories.
What better way to spend the winter months than writing the stories of our ancestors
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Family Tree

FREE Sample Issue Explore the Family Tree 1921 census fact-file Top 10 1921 Census FAQs, a crop of fascinating facts revealed about the 1921 Census, and a look at the tumultuous times in which with census was taken PLUS this issue we focus on writing our family histories. What better way to spend the winter months than writing the stories of our ancestors


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Explore the Family Tree 1921 census fact-file
Top 10 1921 Census FAQs, a crop of fascinating facts revealed about the 1921 Census, and a look at the tumultuous times in which with census was taken

PLUS this issue we focus on writing our family histories.
What better way to spend the winter months than writing the stories of our ancestors
read more read less

Family Tree has been dedicated to helping people discover their ancestry for nearly 40 years - where expert guides lead the way through unique and interesting journeys. With beginner guides on how to get started, expert tips and advice for those times you get stuck at a loose end and in-depth research for the more seasoned genealogists, Family Tree magazine is here to help all levels of researchers.


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Below is a selection of articles in Family Tree FREE Sample Issue.

Issue Cover It ’s your family story... how are you going to tell it? We all work so hard on our family histories (not that this hard work isn’t extremely fun), but perhaps – if we are not already doing so – we need to dedicate some time to putting the ‘story’ int...
Issue Cover Free access to 1921 Census for England and Wales to be offered at regional hubs The UK National Archives has announced that the census will be available online via its commercial partner Findmypast and will be free to access in this way at The National Archives, in Kew.Visitors t...
Issue Cover Remotely delivered archive services - survey results revealed Every two years the Archives and Records Association commissions CIPFA (The Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy) to carry out a survey of people accessing archive services remotely –...
Issue Cover Expert help to use the 1921 Census at Manchester Central Library As the result of an arrangement between The National Archives and Manchester Central Library, the Manchester & Lancashire FHS Helpdesk will work alongside its Archives+ partners to support researc...
Issue Cover 4.6M new Kent records added to FindMyPast The records date back to the reign of Elizabeth I © Rijks Museum Kent electoral registers, 1570-1907 This brand new collection contains over 4 million records spanning 337 yea...
Issue Cover 377 million historical records for France, Germany and Sweden added to MyHeritage French historical records: 359m records added The new additions comprise birth, marriage & death records, as well as a naturalisation records collection. All of these records were previously...