Discover Your Ancestors 4th Annual Print Edition Released

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Discover Your Ancestors 4th Annual Print Edition Released


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Thank you to Andrew Chapman, editor of Discover Your Ancestors, for sharing this news about their annual print issue.

The 4th annual print edition of Discover Your Ancestors is a unique collection of original articles, written by experts, on a wide range of family and social history themes. Inside you’ll find a wealth of information and inspiration, helping you to trace your ancestors back through time and understand what their lives were actually like.

Each issue of Discover Your Ancestors (which also has a digital edition, the Periodical, published online every month) is different, much bigger than a standard magazine, and amazing value. Issue 4 is packed with almost 200 pages, with well over 30 features covering everything from medieval records to life in a Victorian asylum, from DNA research to the history of spa towns. We also have an exclusive on the swashbuckling ancestry of James Bond actor Daniel Craig.

Not only that, Issue 4 (now available in branches of WHSmiths, Sainsburys, Morrisons, Easons and Martin McColl as well as larger groups in the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand) has our first-ever cover DVD, with an amazing collection of resources and offers – including a FREE three-month subscription to TheGenealogist.co.uk – worth more than £130 in total.

Find out more at www.discoveryourancestors.co.uk! We’ll also be on Table 94 at Who Do You Think You Are? Live in Birmingham from 16-18 April.

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  • Bonita Frazenburgh
    April 13, 2015 at 4:56 am

    According to the elders in the family we are the only family with this surname FRAZENBURGH where does it come from.I have always had the feeling that the name has been misplelt and nobody bothered to correct it.Everyone keep telling it comes from Aberdeen.My granfather John Frederik Frazenburgh was born in Abedeen 1910 and fought in the 2world war after the war he was a carpenter and a priest in the Apostolic church.I never met him he died when my mother was 14yrs old

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