Tracing Your Police Ancestors: A Guide to Family Historians Paperback – 16 Mar 2009
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This book has been sorely needed for some time.. . A respected and serious author of police history, Stephen Wade has taken on a difficult subject and produced a guide up to his usual standard of writing and attention to detail. . . This book will become an invaluable aid to anyone researching police history including ancestor hunting.
--Police History Society Newsletter June 2009
About the Author
Stephen Wade is a professional writer specialising in regional crime, family heritage and nineteenth century history. He has written numerous books for Pen and Sword, most recently Britain s Most Notorious Hangmen, Tracing Your Police Ancestors and DNA Investigations. He lives near Scunthorpe.
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20 June 2009
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My wife has been searching her family tree, this has been a good tool to use in her quest to find out more any a relative who was a policeman in rural Kent
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