Birth, Marriage and Death Records: A Guide for Family Historians Paperback – 20 Sep 2012
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Every aspect of British Indian history is covered in this book, plus all the relevant sources currently available in the British Library India Office and the National Archives. It covers the records of the armed forces, the Civil Service and the railways as well religious and probate records. - Roots and Branch, West Surrey FHS An introductory guide for the uninitiated, Dave Annal and Audrey Collins' introduction to the holy trinity of family history resources takes BMDs by their horns, explaining and elucidating how documentary evidence of these three junctures in our ancestors' life can be used in our pursuits of genealogical knowledge. - Your Family History "Birth, marriage and death records are an essential resource for family historians, and this handbook is an authoritative introduction to them." Kent Family History Society Journal
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Solution - a second edition with these additions - with a complimentary copy to me!
I enjoyed reading it and thoroughly recommend it.
There are a few illustrations of certificates and parish register which probably come out well on the printed version, but are just too small on the kindle version (I bought the kindle version).
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A specialist book written for the family historian unlock a number of mysteries.Published 12 months ago by Geoff Otterburn
Really useful - reading through it slowly and picking up loads of useful information.Published 21 months ago by Corieltauvi
A good guide and intro to how records started . Worth the pennies .Published 22 months ago by OldGrumpy359