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Books Books 31 - 40 of about 44 related to How to Trace Your Family Tree: In England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.    

The National Archives: A Practical Guide for Family Historians

Stella Colwell - Reference - 2006 - 208 pages
A first-timer's guide to The National Archives and many of the key sources for family history research. Sources include military service records, death duty records and wills ...
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Tracing Your Jewish Ancestors: A Guide for Family Historians

Rosemary Wenzerul - Family & Relationships - 2008 - 198 pages
An essential handbook for anyone researching Jewish family history, this title presents a concise account of the history of the Jewish presence in Britain and a guide to ...
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The Joys of Family History: All You Need to Start Your Family Search

Simon Fowler - Reference - 2001 - 80 pages
The Joys of Family History offers a taster to the new researcher, covering the mian introductory topics. It highlights the many rewards of tracing your ancestors and explains ...
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My Ain Folk: An Easy Guide to Scottish Family History

Graham S. Holton, Jack Winch - Reference - 1997 - 150 pages
With an estimated 20 million people of Scottish extraction worldwide, it is not surprising that ancestor hunting is becoming ever more popular. This book is the ideal companion ...
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The Family Records Centre introduction to family history

Great Britain. Public Record Office - History - 2000 - 28 pages
The Family Records Centre in London, England holds records relating to millions of people with British or Irish roots. This highly colorful and accessible guide shows those ...
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Family History: Digging Deeper

Simon Fowler - Reference - 2011 - 192 pages
This exciting new addition to any family historian's library will take their research to the next level with clear advice and explanation of the processes involved from a crack ...
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The Family Records Centre: A User's Guide

Stella Colwell - Reference - 2002 - 176 pages
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 ...
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