Tracing Your English & Scottish Ancestors; The Records and Resources You Need for Success!; 2011; 54 pp; magazine-style; 8.5x11; Item # MM005-PDF; PDF downloadable eBook, Downloads are available immediately upon placing order.
"Tracing Your English & Scottish Ancestors" Book Review
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Tracing Your English & Scottish Ancestors compiles some of the best articles ever published in Family Chronicle, Internet Genealogy and Discovering Family History about researching your English and Scottish ancestors. Jam-packed with informative articles on the records and resources (not to mention online databases) you need for success. Order your copy today!
- The Records And Resources You Need For Success! For researching your ancestors from across the pond!
- From Parish Records, Birth Registrations and Electoral Rolls to Old Newspapers, Telephone Directories and Online Databases, We’ll Show You What You Need and Where to Find It!
The articles in this collection have all appeared previously in Family Chronicle, Internet Genealogy or Discovering Family History.
Table of Contents:
- British WWII Merchant Vessel Cards, David A. Norris examines an under-appreciated genealogical resource
- WWII Guest Children, John D. Reid looks at the records of children evacuated from Britain
- British Poor Records In The Parish Chest, Richard Crooks tells you how to unlock parish chest records
- Online Catalogs And Databases Of English County Record Offices, Alan Stewart takes you on a tour of what is available at English county record offices
- Newsworthy Genealogy: British Newspaper Archives, John D. Reid reads up on family history in online newspaper archives
- Why Can’t I Find That Scottish Birth Record? David Webster offers advice for locating those elusive birth records of the Scots
- Researching Your Scottish Ancestry, Marian Press looks at the wealth of resources available from Scotland
- Net Notes: UK Telephone Directories, Halvor Moorshead looks at a great website that is sure to be of interest
- Researching Your Trafalgar Ancestors, If your ancestors fought at Trafalgar, David A. Norris can help you find them!
- Finding And Using English And Welsh BMDS, George G. Morgan looks at what you can learn from British civil registration records
- 35 Top Sites For Scottish Research, Marian Press takes you on a virtual tour of the top sites for Scottish resources
- Locate Anglican Parish Records In England, George G. Morgan shows you how to take advantage of this great resource
- Olde English Handwriting: An Online Course, Diane L. Richard looks at an online course for deciphering old handwriting
- Home Children: British Child Immigrants To Canada, Janice Nickerson looks at genealogy’s forgotten orphans and how you can find them
- British Electoral Rolls, According to Garrick Webster, voters lists are a great way to find long-lost British kin
- Finding Old UK Maps Online, Rachel Newcombe shows you how to map out a strategy for finding your family
- The Business Of Putting British Records Online, Jenny Roche shares several sources on how to do your British research
- Cornish Online Parish Clerks, Julia Mosman describes a genealogy initiative that we hope will spread
- Canmore: Scottish Archives Online, David A. Norris browses through Scotland’s historical archives
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