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Quarter Session Records / Richard Ratcliffe

Quarter Sessions were responsible for the administration of local government before the introduction of county councils. They dealt with an extraordinarly wide range of topics, and their records have a huge amount of information which is likely to be of interest to family historians. Coroners and criminals, printers and freemasons, vagrants and aliens, are just a few of the people who can be found...

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Using Education Records / Colin R.Chapman

Most of our ancestors in recent centuries attended school; some went on to university. These institutions created records which may still survive. Those records are likely to contain much useful information on our aneestors. Colin Chapman here tells us what records are likely to be available, where to find them, and how to use them....

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A dictionary of old trades titles and occupations / Colin Waters

Family and local historians frequently come across terms for occupations that are now obsolete. This dictionary explains some 4,000 such terms....

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The Female Line: Researching your Female Ancestors / Margaret Ward

Most family historians tend to research their paternal ancestors first. Why? There is just as much to be learnt by researching female ancestors. This book is a mine of information and ideas for everyone researching their family tree, and for thos who would just like to know more about the lives of their femal ancestors....

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The Local Historians Glossary of Words and Terms / Joy Bristow.

Family and local historians come across numerous archaic and obsolete terms in their research. This glossary will tell you what they meant. It offers definitions of over 3000 old words. It also includes a list of obsolete weithts and measures, a list of regnal years, saints days, etc....

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Searching for Surnames: a Practical Guide to their Meanings and Origins / John Titford

Surnames provide the framework on which family historians conduct their research. It is therefore vital that researchers understand their history, and how they have developed over the centuries. This book tells you what you need to know....

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The Agricultural Labourer

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Life & family of Robert Large, mercer

Robert Large was Mayor of London in 1439-1440, and was also the first employer of William Caxton. The author has tackled the genealogical challenge of unravelling a non-aristocratic medieval family, and gives an informative prosopographical account of the 15th century Large family and the Mercers' Company of that period. 100pp. paperback. ISBN 978-0-9546812-2-7...

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Greater London Cemeteries and Crematoria / Patricia Wolfson (revised by Cliff Webb)

If you are researching ancestors in London who died in the nineteenth or twentieth centuries, the likelihood is that they were buried in a cemetery, rather than in a churchyard. This book lists cemeteries in the Greater London area, including notes on their registers....

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The Wesleyan Methodist Historic Roll / Richard Ratcliffe

This volume in the Basic facts ... series dexribes an important source of information on Wesleyan Methodists. In 1899, the '20th century fund' was launched in order to celebrate the centenary of John Wesley's death. The names of subscribers are listed in this roll, by circuit, and, mostly, by chapel. It will therefore enable you to identify ancestors associated with particular chapels between 1899...

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Tracing your Army Ancestors / Simon Fowler

Most of us have ancestors who served in the army. This book offers a comprehensive introduction to researching them. It covers not just the extensive records held at the National Archives, but also information held by a wide range of other record offices and libraries. Published by Pen & Sword Books, 2006....

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Index of London Hospitals and their Record / Cliff Webb

Hospital records are an extremely useful source of information for family historians. Particularly useful are their birth, death, admission, and discharge registers. There are also creed registers, staff records, and a wide range of other sources. This volume tells you what is available for London, and where it can be found....

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My Ancestor was a Merchant Seaman: How can I find out more about him? / Christopher T., & Michael J. Watts. 2nd ed. 2002.

A wide variety of records relating to merchant seamen are available. This book will guide you through them, and help you to trace your seamen ancestors....

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My Ancestors were Londoners / Cliff Webb

Most of us had ancestors who lived in London for at least a few years. This book takes you through the many peculiarities of research in the Metropolis....

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Falkirk Tattie Kirkyard Burials

Sources used are the register of burials 1827-1869 & 1884-1891 (SRO CH3/1222/20)and an inventory of surviving grave markers....

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Channel Islands and the Isle of Man National Index of Parish Registers

Every family historian needs to know what parish registers, bishops' transcripts, and nonconformist registers are available. This volume provides the authoritative and most detailed listing available. It indicates where they can be found, and also what copies and transcripts are available...

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Peasenhall in the 1840s

A combination of information from tithe maps, the census and parish registers - including 27 maps, name index and place name index. Product code SIG-TM10 has all of the maps in this volume in TIF format....

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Succeeding in Family History: Helpful Hints & Time-Saving Tips / John Titford

Found a blank wall in your genealogical research? Then read this book. It will tell you how to get past that wall....

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Tracing your First World War Ancewstors / Simon Fowler

We all have ancestors who fought in the First World War. This book tells you how to trace them through the fighting, and to find out what they did....

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Old Occupations and Descriptions

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Professionals and Gentleman

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Civil Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths

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Interviewing Elderly Relatives

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Simple Latin for Family Historians

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