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The lunch hour genealogist

Being busy doesn’t mean you have to neglect your favourite hobby, you can still learn in your lunch break! Squeeze just 60 minutes of family history into your daily routine and you’ll soon start to see your tree blossom. It’s time to tuck into Rachel Bellerby’s genealogy treats

60-MINUTE RESEARCH

Know-how in under 100 words!

Registration districts

Registration districts have existed in England and Wales since 1837 (they ceased in Wales in 1996). These were the districts used to compile the decennial censuses of 1851 through to 1911. If you know the name of the district where your ancestor lived you can use that either to focus your search or to help you discover whether you have the correct record if there are a few possibilities. You can find and alphabetical list of England and Wales districts here: https://familytr.ee/ftreg

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If a picture tells a thousand words – what stories can our old family snaps reveal to us about our kin from times gone by? • Learn how to date your old family photos and unlock the clues to your kin with our bumper guide on ‘How to date family photos’ by vintage photo expert Jayne Shrimpton. • Discover how to trace long lost family with Dr Penny Walter’s advice on tracing adopted family members and tracing your own birth family if you were adopted. • Travel back in time two centuries to the time of Peterloo – when innocent ancestors were slain on the street, simply for peacefully marching for their hopes for democracy in Manchester 1819. • New to family history? And stuck? Get simple steps to discover more about your family tree Find all this and more in the latest issue of Family Tree!