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Census returns 1841-1891 in Microform: a directory to local holdings in Great Britain

By Jeremy Gibson & Elizabeth Hampson. Many libraries and record offices hold copies of the census on microform. This book is a directory of what is available where....

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Electoral Registers 1832-1948; & Burgage Rolls

Lists of names are important sources for family historians. They enable us to identify our ancestors in time and place. Electoral registers are particularly useful for recent centuries, since they list so many people. This book has been out of print for many years, but has now been updated to include a listing of the extensive holdings of the British Library, and is published by the Family History...

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Local Newspapers 1750-1920, England and Wales, Channel Islands, Isle of Man: a select location list / Jeremy Gibson, Brett Langston, & Brenda W. Smith. 3rd ed. Family History Partnership, 2011.

Newspapers contain a huge amount of information for genealogists. This volume lists the thousands of titles that are available in English and Welsh national and local libraries, and tells you where to find them....

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Marriage Indexes for Family Historians

By Jeremy Gibson, Elizabeth Hampson & Stuart Raymond. Marriage records are of major importance for researching family history. Many parish registers, marriage licences, civil registers, etc., have been indexed so that entries in them can be easily found. This volume lists the innumerable indexes that are available....

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Poll Books 1696-1872: a Directory to holdings in Great Britain

Poll books records the names of everyone who voted in Parliamentary elections, and indicate how votes were cast. They give adresses, and sometimes occupations. Pollbooks are important sources for social and political historians, and are also of great value to genealogists. They enable you to trace family names across large areas. This 4th edition has just (2008) been published by the Family Histor...

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Poor Law Union Records Volume 2 - The Midlands and Northern England

By Jeremy Gibson. The records of poor law unions of the 19th and early 20th centuries constitute a major, but under-used, source of genealogical data - partly because, prior to the publication of these books, it was difficult to know what was available. They set that right, and provide a detailed listing, county by county, of the extensive resources which may include information on your ancestors....

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Poor Law Union Records Volume 3 - South-West England, The Marches and Wales

By Jeremy Gibson. The records of poor law unions of the 19th and early 20th centuries constitute a major, but under-used, source of genealogical data - partly because, prior to the publication of these books, it was difficult to know what was available. They set that right, and provide a detailed listing, county by county, of the extensive resources which may include information on your ancestors....

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Poor Law Union Records Volume 4 - Gazetteer of England and Wales

By Jeremy Gibson. The records of poor law unions of the 19th and early 20th centuries constitute a major, but under-used, source of genealogical data - partly because, prior to the publication of these books, it was difficult to know what was available. They set that right, and provide a detailed listing, county by county, of the extensive resources which may include information on your ancestors....

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Protestation Returns 1641-42, and other contemporary listings

By Jeremy Gibson and Alan Dell. Names are genealogist's stock in trade - especially when they cover whole counties or, even better, the whole country. One such list covering perhaps one-third of England is the Protestation Return of 1641/2. As the clouds of civil war threatened on the horizon in 1641, Parliament passed an ordinance requiring everyone - in practice all adult males - to sign an oath...

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