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Books Books 31 - 40 of about 47 related to How to Trace Your Family Tree: In England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.   

Family Tree Detective: Tracing Your Ancestors in England and Wales

Colin D. Rogers - History - 1997 - 289 pages
Fully revised and updated, the new material includes a section on medieval genealogy which targets the increasing numbers of family historians who have reached back as far as ...
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Discover Your Scottish Ancestry: Internet and Traditional Resources

Graham S. Holton, Jack Winch - Family & Relationships - 2009 - 214 pages
This illuminating guide to discovering your Scottish family history has been fully revised and updated to take account of changes to resources and methods for researching your ...
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Tracking Down Your Ancestors: Discover the Story Behind Your Ancestors and ...

Harry Alder - Genealogy - 2002 - 264 pages
Researching your family history can be an absorbing hobby, or a one-off project that your whole family will value and build on. You can do it seriously or just for fun and a ...
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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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Smart Family History: Fast Track Your Family Research

Geoff Swinfield - History - 2006 - 250 pages
Deals with genealogy/family history and immigration/emigration.
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Tracing Irish Ancestors

Simon Fowler - Reference - 2001 - 64 pages
Written by an expert geneaologist, this book guides beginners and experienced family historians alike through often complex historical records.
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The Family Records Centre Introduction to Family History

Great Britain. Public Record Office - Reference - 1999 - 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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