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BOOK - Tracing Your Yorkshire Ancestors
By Rachel Bellerby
Published by Pen and Sword Books, South Yorkshire, 2006
Though family history researchers can find many vital records and census online, far more records are not available online, but can be found in Yorkshire's many superb museums and archives. If you want to find out about your Yorkshire ancestors, you can visit the many unusual and fascinating archives in England's largest county.
As well as tracing when your ancestors were born, married and died, you can explore how they lived, how they spent their leisure time and what their home life was like. Rachel Bellerby's invaluable guide will introduce you to places that hold a wealth of information about Yorkshire's past, and the records you find in these archives will bring your research to life.
Whatever you would like to discover more about, from fairground travellers to Romany gypsies, from working deep underground in a mine to making a living from the North Sea, there is so much to learn. The many different archives that welcome family history researchers are explored here and explained.
Often these archives are overlooked, yet they contain revealing information about the people who called Yorkshire their home. Dozens of places, from tiny museum archives to large research centres, are open for your research.
Tracing your Yorkshire ancestors has never been more exciting.
5.75 X 8.4"
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Softcover - perfectbound ISBN: 9781844154685
Published by Pen and Sword Books, S. Yorkshire, UK (2006)
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