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    The Family Tree Forum Online Magazine was written and put together by the members of The Family Tree Forum.

    A wide variety of topics is covered in the magazine. Most articles are drawn from the authors' own research into interesting relatives who they have come across, others are inspired by questions posed in the forums. Alongside these, you will find in depth articles giving an historical context to our ancestors' way of life. Some of the issues looked at specific occupations and related trades. Every article is backed up with sources and suggestions for further reading and research.

    Generally the magazine followed a loose theme in each issue, but there are also two series of special features, 'My Kind of Town' where members focus on a specific location, and 'Family Treasures' where members describe objects which have been passed down to them.





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    • Family Tree Forum Online Magazine
      by Caroline
      The Family Tree Forum Online Magazine was written and put together by the members of The Family Tree Forum.

      A wide variety of topics is covered in the magazine. Most articles are drawn from the authors' own research into interesting relatives who they have come across, others are inspired by questions posed in the forums. Alongside these, you will find in depth articles giving an historical context to our ancestors' way of life. Some of the issues looked at specific occupations and related trades. Every article is backed up with sources and suggestions for further reading and research.

      Generally the magazine followed a loose theme in each issue, but there are also two series of special features, 'My Kind of Town' where members focus on a specific location, and 'Family Treasures' where members describe objects which have been passed down to them.





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    • The Magazine: Volume Three
      by Caroline
      FTF Online Magazine ~ Volume Three

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    • The Magazine: Volume Two
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      FTF Online Magazine ~ Volume Two


      August 2008 ~ Printing and Publishing

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    • The Magazine: Volume One
      by Caroline

      FTF Online Magazine ~ Volume One


      August 2007 In the first issue of the FTF Online Magazine, you will find a mixture of interesting articles and resources which we hope will help you with your research. Our writers for this issue are samesizedfeet, Grampa Jim, Guinevere, KiwiChris and Lemon Nelly. All have been members of Family Tree Forum since the start and have been researching their trees for quite a number of years between them. In this issue, we also have a gues...
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