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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....

Supplied by: Central Scotland Family History Society Product Ref: CEN-M9

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...

Supplied by: Internet Genealogical Bookshop Product Ref: RAY-NIPRCHA

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....

Supplied by: Sigma Books Product Ref: SIG-SS10PDF

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

McLaughlin Guides...

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Professionals and Gentleman

McLaughlin Guides...

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Civil Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths

McLaughlin Guides...

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Interviewing Elderly Relatives

McLaughlin Guides...

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Simple Latin for Family Historians

McLaughlin Guides...

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Kent: the Genealogists Library Guide / Stuart Raymond

This is the authoritative guide to everything that has been published and is likely to be of interest to family historians. It is published in 3 volumes: 1. Genealogical Sources 2. Registers, Inscriptions, & Wills 3. Family Histories. These volumes normally retail at...

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Second Stages in Researching Welsh Ancestry, ed. John & Sheila Rowlands

Researching your Welsh ancestry? This book suggests a variety of different sources that may yeild valuable information. It aims to broaden your understanding of the possibilities of research, and will help you to take your research back beyond 1800....

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A Latin Glossary for Family and Local Historians / Janet Morris

Early parish registers and other records frequently use Latin rather than English. Don't let that put you off! The Latin words are often common form, and used repeatedly. They can easily be translated by consulting this glossary of words likely to be encountered by researchers....

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Researching Brewery and Publican Ancestors / Simon Fowler

Many of us have ancestors who were involved in the licensed trades, and in brewing. There were over 100,000 licencees in the Victorian era. This book provides the detailed information that you will need in order to trace them. This book is now in its second edition....

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Old Irish Graveyards CountyLeitrim Part III

Fenagh Jamestown Kiltubrid Lough Allen Mohill Newtowngore Tarmon approx 729 memorials...

Supplied by: Kabristan Archives, Old Irish and Indian Graveyards Product Ref: KBA-003

The Forgotten Irish Memorials of the Raj

An account of the Irish people who were deleted from the late 18th and 19th Century history. During that period England relied heavily on the Irish to staff the needs of the growing empire. At that time the option to work for the East Indian Company was a way of escaping the worsening poverty of Ireland. For the upper and middle classes a commission in the Bengal Army could mean easy money followe...

Supplied by: Kabristan Archives, Old Irish and Indian Graveyards Product Ref: KBA-037

A handbook fo Irish War Graves in India Burma & Beyond 1914-45

This handbook is a collection of over 650 memorials inscriptions dedicated to Irish military personnel who lost their lives in two world wars, many biographical details are included. The graves were found in cemetery surveys undertaken in India and from other written sources. With the exception of the New Delhi War Memorial which commemorates the Afghan War of 1919 all the cemeteries are under the...

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Hertfordshire Obituaries 1801-1837 as recorded in the Gentleman's Magazine

The Hertfordshire Obituaries which appeared in the Gentleman's Magazine in the period 1801-1837. The listing provides a reference to most of the important and notable personages of the period, yet not all were from "the great and the good". An A5 108 page booklet extracted and annotated by Alan Ruston....

Supplied by: Hertfordshire Family History Society Product Ref: HRT-SP008

Bedfordshire Poor Law Papers (indexed) - 1622-1834.

This book contains a surname index of names of people that appear in surviving Bedfordshire Poor Law documents, held at the Bedfordshire and Luton County Archives. It also contains an alphabetical list by Parish of Poor Law documents that survive. This is a PDF version of the book on CD....

Supplied by: Bedfordshire Family History Society Product Ref: BDF-CD1

My Ancestor was In Service / Pamela Horn

Until the early twentieth century, most householders employed servants, indeed, it has been estimated that, in 1900, a third of all women had spent some time in domestic service. Th probability is that we all have ancestors who served in houeholds other than their own. Family historians therefore need to explore the world of servanthood, and to identify the sources which can be used to trace serva...

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New Cousins: How to Trace Living Descendans of your Ancestors / Karen Bali

This book is a guide to descendant tracing, that is, looking for living relatives. It can be fascinating, rewarding, and potentially life-changing. Reseach can lead you not to dead ancestors, but living, breathing relatives who share your genetic heritage, members of your extended family. To find out how to trace them, you need this book....

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Arnos Vale Bristol - A Victorian Cemetery

The long history of Arnos Vale Cemetery, one of Bristol's hidden treasures. Produced by the Friends of Arnos Vale Cemetery. The entire proceeds from this book will be given to the Friends of Arnos Vale Cemetery to support the Arnos Vale Cemetery restoration and maintenance fund. Paperback, 72 pages....

Supplied by: Bristol and Avon Family History Society Product Ref: BST- L24

Around Bitton by Ian Bishop.

A pictorial journey following an East to West line from Swineford, through Bitton and its railway station, to Willsbridge. Containing historical pictures (with associated descriptions) dating mainly from the early decades of the 20th century. Paperback, 60 pages....

Supplied by: Bristol and Avon Family History Society Product Ref: BST- L13

Around Hanham by Ian Bishop.

Historical pictures of Hanham and its people, mainly from the early decades of the 20th century. Covering Longwell Green to Air Balloon Hill. Paperback, 64 pages....

Supplied by: Bristol and Avon Family History Society Product Ref: BST- L33

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