Highlights from this issue include:
- Can’t-miss US immigration records
- Tips for learning about your ancestor’s occupation
- Simple steps for fact-checking online family trees
- A “genealogy will” template that outlines what will happen to your research after you pass away
- A guide to the 1921 census of England and Wales and a FREE English Genealogy Cheat Sheet
First GenerationBy Rich VeneziaMake these three kinds of records your first stop when researching immigrant ancestors.On Her Majesty’s Census ServiceBy Rick CrumeDive into the soon-to-be-released 1921 census of England and Wales with this guide.Lost in the WoodsBy Andrew KochStay on course with these 7 tips for fact-checking information you find in online family trees.Ancestors at WorkBy Lindsey HarnerDiscover your ancestor’s occupation using these 12 sources.Being of Sound Mind…By Denise May LevenickCreate a “genealogy will” that outlines for your heirs what you’d like for your research after you’ve passed on.
- Research Guides: Florida and Missouri
- Stories to Tell
- Tech News
- Lisa’s Picks
- Source Spotlight: Occupational Records
- Website Tutorial: Tracing Borders with the Atlas of Historical County Boundaries
- Resource Roundup: Professional Research Services
- Photo Detective
- Family History Home: Saving Handmade Garments
- Now What
- DNA Q&A: What Can I Do with Ethnicity Estimates?
- Your Turn: Immigrant Ancestor Worksheet
Once you download the January/February 2022 issue of Family Tree Magazine, you’ll need a PDF reader, such as the free Adobe Reader software, to open it. Adobe Reader is available for both Mac and Windows computers.