Laura Berry's cover feature in the March 2015 edition of Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine reveals eight documents that genealogists can turn to when ancestors go missing from the 1841-1911 census returns for England and Wales. Struggling to find relatives on the census is one of the biggest challenges genealogists face when trying to trace a family tree back through time - Laura's top tips suggest alternative places to look for information about your forebears' abodes, occupations and wealth. This issue the magazine also contains articles on the history of lifeboatmen, trade union members, railway engineers, brewers and publicans. Learn how to find your ancestors in London's 17th-century Hearth Tax Returns and in the Poor Law records kept by parish workhouses. Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine can be purchased in most supermarkets and newsagents, or can be downloaded online to a mobile or tablet device by following the link here.
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