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How did you do?

Find out The answers to last issue’s Family Tree Academy challenges. Our Academy tutor David Annal explains all

IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS

FAMILY TREE ACADEMY

Discover The answers to last issue’s challenges

Document challenge –wills

Last month we showed you three wills and challenged you to answer some questions about Them.

Document A – a 20th century will

This was The will of John Munslow of Ratlinghope, Shropshire, proved in 1916.

I What are The names of The four children mentioned by John in his will?

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Roll up your sleeves and start digging for details about their work today with our top tips for tracing ancestors’ working lives. Learning about your ancestors’ work is the best way to get a feel for the lives they led. Did they have to tramp miles each day to reach the mine? Or did the whole family work together from home? Was everyone down their street employed in a similar industry? Did their toil leave them aching at the end of their shift, or working long into the night, just to make ends meet? Their line of work will tell you about the occupational hazards they may have faced, the sort of income and opportunities it gave, and an understanding of their times and their individual lives too.