Doing their best
A CENTURY OF SCOUTING
How our ancestors did their best
NEGLECTED SOURCES SPECIAL
The Morning Chronicle, Quarter Sessions Calendars and Congregationalists
Hop-picking in the past
A treasure trove for Ulster researchers
CRADLE TO THE GRAVE
The end of the ancestral trail: probate records
THE GOLDEN AGE OF CYCLING
How two wheels changed Victorian lives
What's in a name
Win British Newspaper Archive Subscriptions
Discover the genealogical goldmine that is the British Newspaper Archive (www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk) with an online subscription. This recently launched digitisation project has four million pages of searchable family notices, advertisements, obituaries, letters and illustrations from over 200 historic local and national newspapers.
We have a one-year subscription (worth £79.95) to give away as well as two 30-day subscriptions (worth £29.95 each) and four 2-day subscriptions (worth £6.95 each). To be in with a chance of winning one, simply answer the following question. Send answers to firstname.lastname@example.org or write to the usual address on page three, by the 15th March.
Q: Who invented the printing press in the Holy Roman Empire in 1440?