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2 October Day course Kent. The Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies (IHGS) is running a day course called Using Archives and Getting Organised at its School of Family History in Canterbury.

• 10.15am-4.45pm. £49/55 (lunch inc). Book your place at

Start 4 October e-Courses Online: Simon Fowler kicks off Pharos Tutors’ October course offerings with Researching in the Archives for Advanced Genealogists (from 4 Oct, 4 weeks, £62/£76); Malcolm Sadler is next up with Victorian Families – Your Ancestors in the Census (from 9 Oct, 5 weeks, £49.99); Janet Few presents Are You Sitting Comfortably? Writing and Telling Your Family History from 14 Oct (5 weeks, £49.99/£64.99); Susan Moore is tutoring Manorial Records for Family and Local Historians (from 14 Oct, 5 weeks, £65/£79), while Karen Cummings is teaching Demystifying DNA for Family Historians (from 28 Oct, 4 weeks, £45.99).

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The shops are piled high with ‘back to school’ preparations for the children. But these new beginnings, plans and dreams aren’t just for the kids. This autumn set yourself the goal to learn more too – to devote more time to your family history! In our latest issue we’ve got three cracking ways to make strides in your family history know-how: 1. New to family history? Check out our 8 page guide packed with info on the essential websites – where to search and what to look for. Follow our advice and watch your tree grow in no time! 2. Want to get organised? Already been doing family history a while? Learn new ways to organise the fruits of your family history labour. Check out professional researcher Susie Douglas’s flexible and affordable strategy for super-organised family history records. 3. Immerse yourself in family history From genning up on the latest DNA know-how, discovering the latest new books and events, learning sleuthing skills from our experts’ advice, and enjoying the reader stories – we have page after page to inspire you on your family history mission. Enjoy!