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Tracing Your Family History in Hertfordshire (Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies (Hals)): 1 Paperback – 2 Jun 2003
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“This book will be of enormous help to all those who attempt to trace their ancestors in the county.” --Anthony Camp, President of the Hertfordshire Family History Society and Former Director, Society of Genealogists
This practical and comprehensive guide provides an introduction to family historians to trace their ancestors in Hertfordshire. Every aspect of our ancestors' lives has been considered, from their birth and baptism to their death and burial. Examples of source material, together with photographs and drawings from the collections at Hertfordshire Archives & Local Studies, illustrate the text. The book is thematic in approach, the chapters incorporating related material on subjects as broad as military ancestors and the poor and the sick. In each chapter a brief background to the subject is followed by a description of the kind of records you can expect to find, including their usefulness to family historians, and details of where those records are held. The emphasis is on sources available in Hertfordshire, and particularly those held in the Family History Centre at Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies (HALS) in Hertford, but other sources are also covered. A wealth of experience from family historians and the staff at HALS is passed on in the form of tips and vital information.See all Product description
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18 May 2009
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I found this of great help when researching my Grandfathers family who all came from Bishops Stortford area. It tells you of places to look for the records and other information as well as being an interesting read.
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