Resources for finding Birmingham family, real-life reader case studies and much more!
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. co.uk/latest-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. co.uk/yfhfree 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. uk.com).
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. co.uk/yfh.