How to Trace Your Family Tree: In England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales
* A fascinating and fully comprehensive guide to discovering your roots and unearthing the secrets of your British ancestors * Contains all the information you need to get started, from how to access the relevant records in libraries, institutions and government bodies, to using The National Archives, and searching the Internet * Clear and concise instructions on how to log your family history research, and draw up a family tree.
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