Here’s the complete contents of the March FT Magazine issue. I had limited time to browse so only a couple of comments.
FAMILY HISTORY NEWS
Rachel Bellerby reports on the latest from the genealogy scene,
COULD YOU BE A TV GENEALOGY RESEARCHER
Simon Wills, on what it’s like behind the scenes.
STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO
MAKING A RESEARCH PLAN
Save time, money & frustration with Phil Isherwood’s practical tips.
Gill Shaw has trotted the globe in search of ancestors, but ths is her first foray into Scottish records.
MASTERING MEDIEVAL RECORDS
Yes, you can do it with, Mike Maskey.
Mentions an obscure site, Documents from Medieval and Early Modern England from the National Archives in London at http://aalt.law.uh.edu/.
BUILDING ARELIABLE TREE
Discover the key dos and don’ts when starting out on an online famiy tree.
EXPLORING EDUCATIONAL HISTORY
Richard Wills, on investigating a landmark anniversary.
An interesting account of researching a organization.
TO TELL, OR NOT TO TELL?
Addle Emm shares readers’ views.
DNA Help for Genealogy (UK): A Facebook group in which the topic of ‘conversation Is exclusively DNA
Emma Jolly shares insights to the value of researching a locaity.
FAMILY TREE ACADEMY: CASE STUDY
David Annal shows that we must all be aware of jumping to a conclusion – and how further investgation often pays.
DNA Advisor Karen Evans steps up once again to help a reader try to solve complex siuation that has come to light via DNA testing.
Latest history-inspired reads to enjoy
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Bedfordshire Family History Society ; share ther tried and tested methods of running a hybrid meeting.
Detail, step by step, on how they run a hybrid meeting of interest to those organizing the event.
With costume historian Jayne Shrimpton.
Readers conundrums considered
TREE-BUILDING AT ANCESTRY
Discover the tools on hand to help you build a better online family tree.
Events to look forward to in March
Don’t forget Rootstech, 2 – 4 March
Readers have their say.
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Diane Lindsay’s genie ponderings.