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Family History Companion: Fast Forward Your Faily History Seach

By: Mark Pearsall

Price: $14.95

Publisher: The National Archives [United Kingdom]:

Seller ID: 615070

ISBN: 1905615078

Condition: The National Archives [United Kingdom]


***A practical A-Z handbook that explains family history terms, topics, records and sources and shows how to use them to speed up your search***Practical and portable, this easy to use handbook offers new insight into family history today. Drawing on the expertise of The National Archives, it explores terms, topics, sources and record types from medieval times to the present, explaining how and why they can help your own research. Equally suited to browsing or quick reference, it combines wide-ranging knowledge with practical tips and advice. Compact in format and affordably priced, it off... View more info

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Family History On The Move: Where Your Ancestors Went and Why

By: Roger Kershaw , Mark Pearsall

Price: $12.95

Publisher: The National Archives [United Kingdom]:

Seller ID: 365929

ISBN: 1903365929

Condition: 256 pages, 4 1/2 x 6 1/4, The National Archives [United Kingdom]


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Immigrants And Aliens: A Guide to Sources on UK Immigration and Citizenship

By: Roger Kershaw and Mark Pearsall

Price: $19.95

Publisher: The National Archives [United Kingdom]:

Edition: 2

Seller ID: 365625

ISBN: 1903365627

Condition: 144 pages; 7 1/4" x 9 1/2", paper, The National Archives [United Kingdom]


Over the centuries there have been many waves of immigrants (or aliens as they are often described in official documentation) arriving in Britain. From medieval times Jews, Huguenots and many religious minorities escaping from persecution have made their home in this country. In more recent times many people from former British colonies have come to Britain for economic reasons.The National Archives holds a wealth of records relating to immigration to these shores: lists of arrivals, naturalisation papers, records of religious dissenters and spies are among the key sources for those tr... View more info