The Family Records Centre: A User's Guide

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Public Record Office, 2002 - Reference - 176 pages
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The Family Records Centre (FRC) in London, part of the Public Record Office, contains a wealth of genealogical resources used by family historians. Illustrated with examples of many of these documents, this book provides an introduction to using the FRC and gives detailed practical advice on how to access and research information, including using indexes to civil registers of births, marriages and deaths; wills; death duty registers; divorce indexes; census returns and a wide range of family history databases. It also presents two case studies to show the reader how to use the most popular sources to trace family history and produce a family tree.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION TO THE FAMILY RECORDS CENTRE
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Using the internet for family history research
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Copyright

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Colwell is a Fellow of the Society of Genealogists.

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