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FFHS, Family History Partnership, and SoG Publications / Family History Partnership

The Family History Partnership is run by family historians in order to publish books by family historians for family historians. Well-known authors include Jeremy Gibson and Stuart Raymond, for whom there are separate pages on this stand. There are a variety of other authors: Richard Ratcliffe, Simon Fowler, Jane Starkie amongst them. Partnership titles are likely to be of interest to everyone reseaching family history in the British Isles.

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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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Birth and Baptism Records for Family Historians / Stuart A. Raymond

Registers of births and baptisms are vital sources for family historians. They have been kept by the Church of England, various nonconformist churches, the General Register Office, and various other bodies. There are also a variety of other records in which births and baptisms can be traced. This book gives an overview of all the sources worth searching, telling you where to look and how to unders...

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Coffers, Clysters, Comfrey and Coifs: the lives of our seventeenth century ancestors / Janet Few

Our seventeenth century ancestors may be people that we can identify, or they may be lurking, nameless, waiting to be discovered. In either case, they existed, and we owe it to them to find out more about their way of life. This book tells you how they lived their lives, describing their households, their food, their clothing, their health, their gardens and herbs, and some of their activities...

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Death and Burial Records for Family Historians / Stuart A. Raymond. Family History Partnership, 2011.

Death and burial records are vital sources for family historians. This book describes the various different records available, where to find them, and how to use them....

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Making Sense of Latin Documents for Family & Local Historians / Brooke Westcott. Family History Partnership, 2014.

Once you are able to trace your ancestors back to the early eighteenth century, you will need a crib to help you understand the Latin in the documents which will take you further back. This is it!...

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Marriage Records for Family Historians / Stuart A. Raymond

It is impossible to construct pedigrees without using marriage registers and other records. Marriages have been registered by a wide range of different bodies. This book describes these and other sources, and tells you where to look....

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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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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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Researching Scottish Family History / Chris Paton

An introduction to Scottish family history by one of Scotland's leading experts. Just published (March 2010)...

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