United Kingdom and Ireland
- The largest circulation periodical devoted to UK & Ireland
Genealogy is Family Tree
Magazine, which is published monthly. A searchable
index is provided.
- Another popular publication, widely available in the UK, is Family History
Monthly which is published by the Diamond Publishing Group, 45
St Mary's Road, Ealing, London, W5 5RQ.
- Local History
Magazine - established in 1984 and published six times a year
by The Local History Press Ltd, 3 Devonshire Promenade, Lenton,
Nottingham NG7 2DS.
- Your Family Tree
Magazine, published monthly since 2003 by Future Publishing
Limited, 30 Monmouth Street, Bath, BA1 2BW.
(PERiodical Source Index) - "the largest subject index to
genealogical and historical periodical articles in the world" - is
available via Ancestry and at various libraries.
- ILEJ, the Internet
Library of Early Journals, is a joint project by the
Universities of Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Oxford, conducted
under the auspices of the eLib (Electronic Libraries) Programme. It
has digitised substantial runs of 18th and 19th Century journals,
and these images are now available on the Internet together with
their associated bibliographic data.
The following titles are now available through the ILEJ service:-
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine: Vol 53 - Vol 72 (1843 -
1852), Gentleman's Magazine: Vol 1 - Vol 20 (1731 - 1750),
Notes and Queries: 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th series (1849 -
1869), Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society: Vol
50 - Vol 67 (1757 - 1777).
Other titles will be added when available.
- Family Chronicle
is an American magazine "specially written for family researchers
by people who share their interest in genealogy and family
- The entire back catalogue of Flight
International magazine, going back to 1909, has been made
available to browse, free, in searchable PDF format.
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