Re­sources for find­ing Birm­ing­ham fam­ily, real-life reader case stud­ies and much more!

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Free data from Di­rect Re­sources and The Ge­neal­o­gist, plus de­tails of our usual on­line re­sources.

Ev­ery month you can find an ex­clu­sive col­lec­tion of records on our web­site to help you get fur­ther with your fam­ily his­tory re­search and the ar­ti­cles in this is­sue.

You can find these great re­sources at www. your fam­ily his­tory m ag.­est-is­sue – just click the downloads link on that page and then the blue down­load but­ton at the Drop­box page you’ll be taken to.

YFH has teamed up with TheGe­neal­o­gist to give read­ers free ac­cess to the 1901 cen­sus for War­wick­shire, in­clud­ing Birm­ing­ham. Sim­ply go towww. the ge­neal­o­gist.­free and type in the code 982346 to get free ac­cess to the cen­sus for one month with state-of-the-art search fea­tures.

We’ve also got more re­sources to help you find your fam­ily in the county, cov­ered in this month’s re­gional guide, in the form of Birm­ing­ham en­tries from White’s 1850 Di­rec­tory of War­wick­shire.

This data has been kindly supplied by Di­rect Re­sources ( www.di­rect-re­sources.

You can also find in­spi­ra­tion from great re­search sto­ries in our two case stud­ies from the archive, one about a mar­i­tal dis­pute which split a fam­ily for gen­er­a­tions, the other about com­pil­ing a who’s who of me­dieval Colch­ester.

If you’re look­ing to or­gan­ise your re­search, you can also down­load a se­ries of use­ful forms and charts de­signed by the YFH experts.

If you missed the downloads from a pre­vi­ous month, we also have an archive of re­cent links at www.his­to­ry­mags.

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