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Tracing your ancestors in the Public Record Office

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For historians, the records produced by government and the courts, and held by the Public Record Office, can provide a treasure trove of information. This guide helps readers find their way through the census and service records, the wills, the law suits, the court rolls and the hearth taxes, where traces of the lives of their individual forebears may still be found.;This fifth edition has been revised and updated to include: new accessions - many service records from the World War I and the Army, Navy and Merchant Marine forces; more complete descriptions, particularly of the early, legal and manorial records; changes caused by the opening of the Family Records Centre and the move of the older records from Chancery Lane to Kew; and illustrations of key sources.

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Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1873162618
ISBN-13:
9781873162613
Publisher:
Public Record Office

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For historians, the records produced by government and the courts, and held by the Public Record Office, can provide a treasure trove of information. This guide helps readers find their way through the census and service records, the wills, the law suits, the court rolls and the hearth taxes, where traces of the lives of their individual forebears may still be found.;This fifth edition has been revised and updated to include: new accessions - many service records from the World War I and the Army, Navy and Merchant Marine forces; more complete descriptions, particularly of the early, legal and manorial records; changes caused by the opening of the Family Records Centre and the move of the older records from Chancery Lane to Kew; and illustrations of key sources.

Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1873162618
ISBN-13:
9781873162613
Publisher:
Public Record Office

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