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Your Family HistorySpring 2017

This time we balance last month's focus on the Industrial Revolution by concentrating on rural life: many of us will have farmers, 'ag labs' and others in rural trades in our family trees. What were their lives like and how can we trace them? Angela Buckley has the answers.

This issue typically reflects the mix of online and offline sources available to family historians. We look at how you can now research ancestors who were in Irish regiments in the early 20th century without stepping away from your computer – and in our Methodists and Dissenters feature, Sue Wilkes provides a range of both offline and online places for you to find out more.

There's all that and plenty more in our Spring issue!

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Finally, this issue has the usual range of free resources for you to download:

  • Carlisle data
  • Case studies from our archive
  • Useful genealogy forms
  • An index of all our back issues

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