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- It’s family history Jim, but not as we know it
- Why genealogists love general elections
- Pursuing Probates
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Tag Archives: English ancestors
This is a guest post by Stuart A. Raymond What did you have to do in order to have your application to become a freeman of the City of Exeter to be rejected? For the period 1780-1802, the answer is … Continue reading
This post is by Pharos co-founder, Sherry Irvine. We moved three months ago. We have done what many do at some point in retirement, moved to a much smaller home, one that is closer to family. The change precipitated lots … Continue reading
The recent announcement that Findmypast and The National Archives http://www.findmypast.co.uk/1939register are making available the National Registration Act 1939 ‘census’ is very exciting. This Act led to the population of Britain being issued with identity cards as the second World War … Continue reading