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British family and local history, part 1

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[Salt Lake City, Utah] : Corporation of the President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, c1980
23 pts.

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Contents: pt. 1 (series 401). Current trends in local history in England of interest to the family historian / Alan Rogers -- pt. 2 (series 402). Sources for family history in the Public Record Office of Ireland / Breandan Mac Giolla Choille -- pt. 3 (series 403). English family reconstitution and community reconstruction / Kevin Wilson -- pt. 4 (series 404). The effect of occupations on British family life / Elizabeth M. Simpson -- pt. 5 (series 405). So your ancestor was an English nonconformist: historical records and source material for English nonconformity / Dean J. Hunter, Raymond W. Madsen -- pt. 6 (series 406). Genealogical records as family history sources in Ireland: case studies / Carol Burdick Holderby -- pt. 7 (series 407). English manorial court records as a source for eighteenth-and nineteenth-century families / Cecil R. Humphery-Smith -- pt. 8 (series 408). Finding English ancestors not recorded in the common records of civil registration, parish registers, or probate records / V. Ben Bloxham -- pt. 9 (series 409). Economic, religious, and social change in industrial Wales / Bert J. Rawlins -- pt. 10 (series 410). Genealogical records as family history sources in Scotland: a case study / Donald J. Steel -- pt. 11 (series 411). British family history in the holdings of the Genealogical Society of

Utah / Stephen K. Kendall, Vona B. Young -- pt. 12 (series 412). The British census as a source for the family historian / Lawrence Taylor -- pt. 13 (series 413). The Catholic Church in Ireland: its impact on society and the family / S. J. Connolly -- pt. 14 (series 414). British Parliamentary activities of interest to family historians / Lord Teviot -- pt. 15 (series 415). Where can I find my British and European coat of arms? / Cecil R. Humphery-Smith -- pt. 16 (series 416). Paupers'passports: sources for tracing the family history of your poorer English ancestors / Elizabeth M. Simpson -- pt. 17 (series 417). Industrial records in Scotland for the family historian and genealogist / Patrick Cadell -- pt. 18 (series 418). Life on board a Mormon emigrant ship / David H. Pratt, Paul F. Smart -- pt. 19 (series 419). England: this was their world / Alan Rogers -- pt. 20 (series 420). A boon to family historians: activities of the English Federation of Family History Societies / Colin R. Chapman -- pt. 21 (series 421). Interpreting the heritage of Britain / J. Geraint Jenkins -- pt. 22 (series 422). British family life during the period of industrialization / W. B. Stephens -- pt. 23 (series 423). Researching photographs for a British family history / Lawrence Taylor.

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