The family and local history handbook

@millie02 (6908)
United Kingdom
June 20, 2016 5:10am CST
I found this book at the back of my wardrobe when I was trying to de-clutter this morning. I had forgotten that I even had this book in my collection . The book is a reference book on the subject of trying to trace your family tree. It gives advice on where to look for information and it tells stories of other peoples experience of tracing their family tree.
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@Ronrybs (7299)
• London, England
20 Jun 16
Something I've thought about from time to time, but I keep getting distracted
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@millie02 (6908)
• United Kingdom
21 Jun 16
It might be worth doing.
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@Ronrybs (7299)
• London, England
21 Jun 16
@millie02 Just going back two generations several countries are involved, which I find a bit daunting
@Asylum (48281)
• Manchester, England
20 Jun 16
I would imagine that this could prove to be invaluable to anyone wishing to trace their ancestors. We know that there are many genealogy sites, but they most likely fail to offer such advice because they prefer that you rely solely on their services.
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@millie02 (6908)
• United Kingdom
21 Jun 16
It is a useful book full of great ideas.
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@Asylum (48281)
• Manchester, England
21 Jun 16
@millie02 That is exactly what I would expect.
@JudyEv (123169)
• Bunbury, Australia
20 Jun 16
This sounds a very useful book. Have you made use of it yourself?
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@millie02 (6908)
• United Kingdom
21 Jun 16
Not yet , but my husband wants to find out more about his family.
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