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Your Family Tree

Your Family Tree
Editor Nell Darby
Categories Genealogy
Frequency 13 per year
First issue 2003
Company Dennis Publishing
Country United Kingdom
Based in London
Website Your Family Tree

Your Family Tree is a British magazine devoted to genealogy and family history subjects.

The magazine is designed to offer practical advice, written by experts, on all areas of family history research from how to make the most out of the ever-expanding family history records available online as well as traditional means of research.

The magazine has a mix of broad articles on using the key family history records such as censuses, birth, marriage and death certificates, parish registers; practical features aimed at beginners, experienced researchers and experts alike; social and military history pieces; regional research guides; news, reviews, surname histories and much more.

Each issue comes with free resources such as directories, parish indexes and software.

In 2011 the magazine became available digitally on iTunes newsstand. It is also available on Zinio, Nook and Kindle Fire.

Nell Darby has been the editor since 2015.

There are 13 issues per year. It is published in London, England, by [[Dennis Publishing

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