It’s the beginning of June and already the July issue of WDYTYA magazine is available.
It’s a special one … for me. Look at this list of the three feature articles.
Parish Registers: Jonathan Scott presents our updated seven-page region-by-region guide to online parish registers
Sent to Canada: John D Reid reveals how thousands of British women married Canadian servicemen during the Second World War and emigrated to live with their new husbands.
Boxing and Wrestling: Sarah Elizabeth Cox climbs into the ring and grapples with the history of 19th-century boxing and wrestling.
As usual, there’s a lot more, and free as long as your Canadian public library subscribes to magazines via PressReader or Overdrive Magazines.
3 Replies to “WDYTYA Magazine: July 2021”
Congratulations John for being published in such a prestigious genealogy magazine. You are to be commended.
Yes, congratulations, John.
Congrats on the article!! My husband’s grandmother was a war-bride, so will definitely delve into your article. I’ve read quite a bit on the topic already and am always interested in learning more 🙂
As an aside, the name of the author of the third featured article caught me by surprise as it’s the same as one of my third great-grandmother’s!