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Family History on the Move: Where Your Ancestors Went and Why (National Archives) Paperback – 31 Jul 2006
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The outward and inward flux of people across the centuries remains a subject of wide fascination, and that is the subject that Family History on the Move addresses so well. A valuable tool, this book even offers useful addresses and websites to assist in one s personal search.
Family history can be relatively straightforward as long as one's ancestors stayed in the same area. But few families are as static as this, and with mass migration and empire building during the 19th and 20th centuries, most family trees will eventually get to those elusive men and nd women whose lives took often radical departures/ Some settled in new countries or regions of the British Isles, while others arrived in Britain for the first time. This book describes how people have moved into, within and out of Britain from the 16th century to the present day, and it shows readers which records to consult to track down their mobile ancestors. As ever in this popular series, the chapters are interwoven with practical features on issues that could drop up during research and case studies to illustrate the sources.See all Product description
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