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Easy East End reading
on 19 October 2011
If, like me, you know nothing of Londons East End or how it came into being, this is the book for you. It not only provides valuable links to East End resources, it also gives an in depth history lesson into how diverse villages and hamlets came to merge into what is generally known now as the East of London. This is priceless information helping people with East End ancestry to understand the location and movements of their ancestors in that area over a long period of time.
Very well written and easy to read, you do not have to be a genealogist to understand what this book reveals, go for it.