Family History on the Move: Where Your Ancestors Went and Why
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BeschreibungSubtitled, "Where Your Ancestors Went & Why". This book describes movements into, within and out of the UK from the sixteenth century to the present day, and shows readers which records to consult to track down their mobile ancestors.
Inhaltsverzeichnis-Records of arrival -Settling in the community -Aliens in wartime -Refugee communities -Becoming British -Moving around Britain -Records of departure -Crossing the pond -Down under -Further afield -Child migration -A matter of life and death Further reading, useful addresses and websites, index
PortraitRoger Kershaw is Head of Operations (Reader Information Services) and Mark Pearsall is Family History Specialist at The NationalArchives. They wrote the successful Immigrants and Aliens: A guide to sources on Uk immigrantion and citiznship together (2004, 2nd edition). Roger also published Emigrants and Expats: A guide to sources on UK emigration and residents overseas in 2002, and bothRoger and Mark are regular contributors to Ancestor's magazine.
PressestimmenThe 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.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: NATL ARCHIVES OF ENGLAND
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 2006
Seitenanzahl: 250 Seiten