Expert advice on dating and caring for them.
Don't miss your free booklet on the cover, plus an in-depth guide inside.
Find genealogy records from the last 100 years.
What not to miss at the genealogical event of the year
A new enquiry service and online catalogue for the Women's Royal Voluntary Service is welcome news to family historians researching their 20th century roots.
Lion tamers and showmen feature in our Casebook this issue.
Discover how our ancestors found love
A former Wren is reunited with her first Valentine who she believed died during the D-Day landings
Tracy Dunne invests in a QR Code for her ancestors' grave.
Nick Barratt congratulates members of the family history community on the New Year Honours List.
Following issue 44 Your Family History will be replaced by Discover Your History and will be on sale from 5th September 2013.
Discover Your History will take a broader look at our past - including all aspects of family and social history as well as Britain's local and national heritage.
In each issue of the magazine, you will find: