Family History Made Easy

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Anness Publishing, 2004 - Reference - 160 pages
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Starts with the basics of beginning a search and then continues through each developing stage. Includes colourful detail as well as incredible illustrations of family and social life through the ages.

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Contents

Introduction
6
Family photographs
14
Names
20
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Kathy Chater has taught genealogy and associated research subjects for nearly ten years, following her completion of a Diploma in Genealogy and the History of the Family from the University of London. Her areas of special expertise include research skills and the basis of her book is that these are central to the successful tracing of ancestors. She learnt her own research skills at the BBC, working on production teams, and has since shared these skills with journalists and product development executives, as well as would-be genealogists at numerous seminars around Britain. Kathy is a member of the Huguenot Society as well as the Society of Genealogists and has traced her own family back to the 1600s.

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