Tracing Your Yorkshire Ancestors: A Guide for Family Historians

This fully revised second edition of Rachel Bellerby’s best-selling guide is essential reading if you want to find out about your Yorkshire ancestors. As well as tracing when your ancestors were born, married and died, she shows you how can explore how they lived, worked and spent their leisure time. She introduces readers to the many sources that hold a wealth of information about Yorkshire’s past, and describes the records you can find in archives and online which will bring your research to life.

Tracing Your Yorkshire Ancestors: A Guide for Family Historians

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AuthorRachel Bellerby
BindingPaperback
BrandPen & Sword Books Ltd
EAN9781783030095
EAN ListEAN List Element: 9781783030095
Edition2nd Revised edition
ISBN1783030097
Item DimensionsHeight: 900; Length: 625; Weight: 90; Width: 75
LabelPen & Sword Books Ltd
ManufacturerPen & Sword Books Ltd
MPNillustrations
Number Of Items1
Number Of Pages224
Package DimensionsHeight: 55; Length: 913; Weight: 93; Width: 606
Package Quantity1
Part Numberillustrations
Product GroupBook
Product Type NameABIS_BOOK
Publication Date2014-02-10
PublisherPen & Sword Books Ltd
Release Date2014-02-10
StudioPen & Sword Books Ltd
TitleTracing Your Yorkshire Ancestors: A Guide for Family Historians

This fully revised second edition of Rachel Bellerby's best-selling guide is essential reading if you want to find out about your Yorkshire ancestors. As well as tracing when your ancestors were born, married and died, she shows you how can explore how they lived, worked and spent their leisure time. She introduces readers to the many sources that hold a wealth of information about Yorkshire's past, and describes the records you can find in archives and online which 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. A new chapter covering the growing number of Yorkshire family history websites has been added along with a range of new illustrations. The contact details of the sources listed in the first edition of the book have been revised and new sources and relevant organizations have been added.Dozens of places, from tiny museum archives to large research centres, are open for your research, and a wealth of information is now accessible through the internet. Tracing your Yorkshire ancestors has never been more exciting.

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