England Military and Service Occupations Further Reading A to F (National Institute)

From FamilySearch Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
 
National Institute for Genealogical StudiesNational Institute for Genealogical Studies.gif

The original content for this article was contributed by The National Institute for Genealogical Studies in June 2012. It is an excerpt from their course English: Occupation Records-Professions and Trades and English: Occupations-Military & Services  by Dr. Penelope Christensen. The Institute offers over 200 comprehensive genealogy courses for a fee ($).

Bibliography

ABRANSON, Erik. 1977. Sailors of the Great Sailing Ships. Macdonald Educational.

ALDIN, Cecil. 1928. Reprinted several times. The Romance of the Road. Eyre and Spottiswoode.

ALLEN, Tony. 2000. Postcards from the Great War. Family Tree Magazine Vol 16 #8, page 4-5.

ANONYMOUS. 2000. DHSS as a Source? Family Tree Magazine Vol 16 #11, page 58.

ARMSTRONG, Michael. 1995. The Thames Valley Police Museum. What’s in it for the Family Historian? Family Tree Magazine Vol 11 #5, page 52-53.

ARNOLD-BAKER, Charles. 1958. Parish Administration. Methuen.

ASQUITH. DATE? The New Model Army.

BARNES, David J. 2002-1. Identification and Dating British Military Uniforms in Family and Local History Handbook 6th edition. Genealogical Services Directory.

BARNES, David J. 2002-2. The British Army in the Anglo-Boer War, South Africa 11 October 1899-31 May 1902 in Family and Local History Handbook 6th edition. Genealogical Services Directory.

BARNES, David J. 2002-3. R.F.C., R.N.A.S. andR.A.F. Register 1914-1918 in Family and Local History Handbook 6th edition.Genealogical Services Directory.

BARRISKILL, D.T. 1994 (2nd edition). A Guide to the Lloyd’s Marine Collection and Related Marine Sources at Guildhall Library. Guildhall Library.

BASKETT, Wendy. 2001.From Trafalgar to Guadeloupe: Unravelling a Seaman’s Yarn. Family Tree Magazine Vol 17 #9, page 51-52.

BASTOW, Don. 1999. Discovering a Family through Finding a Hero. Family Tree Magazine Vol 15 #4, page 3-5.

BAXTER, Ian. 1990. India Office Library and Records: A Brief Guide to Biographical Sources. British Library.

BAXTER, Ian. 2001. Indian Army Records. Family History News and Digest. Vol 13 #1, page 60-64.

BEVAN, Amanda. 1999 5th edition. Tracing Your Ancestors in the Public Record Office. Public Record Office.

BIRD, Maggie 2001. Talk on Metropolitan Police by their Archivist. East Surrey FHS Vol 24 # 3, page 9.

BLATCHFORD, Robert. 2002. 6th edition. The Family and Local History Handbook. Genealogical Services Directory.

BRIDGEMAN, Ian and EMSLEY, Clive. 1990. A Guide to the Archives of the Police Forces of England and Wales. Police History Society.

BRIGHT, Bob. 1996. Charles King—Excise Officer. Cockney Ancestor (East of London FHS) #71 page 31-34.

BROWN, Bernard. 1991. Met Divisions. Family Tree Magazine Vol 7 #6.

BROWN, Bernard. 2001-1. ‘Romeo’—Law and Order in Old Greenwich (Part One-1699-1899). Bygone Kent Vol 22 # 2, page 103-112.

BROWN, Bernard. 2001-2. ‘Romeo’—Law and Order in Old Greenwich (Part Two-1900-2000). Bygone Kent Vol 22 # 3, page 173-180.

BROWN, Bernard. 2002. The Hero of Blackheath—The Man who Captured Charles Peace. Bygone Kent Vol 23 #1, page 43-50.

BUGDEN, Eric. 1998. Search for Soldier Carney’s Records. The Greenwood Tree (Somerset and Dorset FHS. Vol 23 #3, page 103.

BULTITUDE, Helen. 1996. Was Your Ancestor Branded? Woolwich and District FHS #63, page 3-5.

BURNARD, Peter R. 1987. The Press Gang and its Work. Family Tree Magazine Vol 3 #9, page 24.

BURNS, Margaret. 2000. Review of book Chatham Past by Philip MacDougall in Kent Family History Journal Vol 9 #6, page 300-301.

BYLES, Paul St. John. 1998. Where Are You Now? Firefighters Memorial Charitable Trust. Family Tree Magazine Vol 14 #12, page 18.

CAMP, Anthony. 1987.Trinity House Petitions. A Calendar of the Records of the Corporation of Trinity House, London in the Library of the Society of Genealogists. Society of Genealogists.

CAMP, Anthony. 1999-1. English Trades and Occupations. Family Tree Magazine Vol 15 #4, page 7-8.

CAMP, Anthony. 1999-2. Militia Relief in Some Non-London Records at the London Metropolitan Archives. Family Tree Magazine Vol 15 #7, page 10-11.

CAMP, Anthony. 1999-3. However Did They Get There? Family Tree Magazine Vol 15 # 8, page 5-6.

CAPEWELL, Roger W.G. Discovering Military Badges. Published by the author, see Rootsweb website.

CARTER, Ann. 2001. The Imperial War Museum—North in Family and Local History Handbook 5th edition. Genealogical Services Directory.

CARTER, Sally. 1999. The Suxpitch/Carter Family and India. Devon Family Historian #91 page 24-26.

CATTY, Meryl. 1991/2. Royal Navy Ancestry: A New Source. Cockney Ancestor (East of London FHS) Vol 53 page 8-9.

CHAMBERS, Barbara. 2002. In Defence of the Realm in Family and Local History Handbook 6th edition. Genealogical Services Directory.

CHAPMAN, Colin R. 1999. Tracing Your British Ancestors. Lochin Publishing Society.

CHAPMAN, Philip. 2000. Illuminating Your Family History with Picture Postcards. Federation of Family History Societies.

CHARNOCK, J. 1794-1798 6 vols. Biographica Navalis 1660-1794.

CHEFFINS, Richard. 2001. Parish Constables of Greenwich. Bygone Kent Vol 22 # 6, page 375.

CHICHESTER, Henry M. and BURGES-SHORT, George. 1970. Records and Badges of Every Regiment and Corps in the British Army. Frederick Muller. FHL film 0994022 item 1.

CHISWELL, Ann. [Undated]. Deserters 1802-1831. Published by the author. Item 13 on FHL film 1559436.

CHRISTENSEN, Penelope. 1996. What Did They Do? Heritage Productions. [Currently being expanded]

CLEAVER, Peter. 2000. Getting to Know Your Ancestors. Root and Branch (West Surrey FHS) Vol 27 #3, page 10-14.

COLE, Jean and TITFORD, John. 1997. Tracing Your Family Tree. Countryside Books, Newbury, Berks.

COLLEDGE, James J. 1987. Ships of the Royal Navy. Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, Maryland, USA. 942 M3c.

CONNELL, Nick. 1998. Absent Voters’ Registers. Family Tree Magazine Vol 15 #2, page 5.

COTTRELL, Rob. 1993. Indexes and Their Indexes. Thames Watermen and Lightermen. Family Tree Magazine Vol 9 #12, page 27-28.

COXE, Antony D. Hippisley. 1984. A Book about Smuggling in the West Country 1700-1850. Tabb House.

CROSS, Avril . 1995. What’s in it for the Family Historian? Essex Police Museum. Family Tree Magazine Vol 12 #1, page 54-55.

CROSS, N. K. 1995. British Army Pensioners Abroad 1772-1899. Baltimore.

DALTON, Charles. 1890. Waterloo Roll Call. William Clowes. Also on FHL film 0896886 item 3.

DALTON, Charles. 1910-1912. George I’s Army 1714-1727.

DALTON, Charles. 1960. English Army Lists and Commission Registers 1661-1714. London 1892-1904. FHL film FHL film 1440935 items 1-3.

DANA, Richard Henry. 1840. Two years Before the Mast. Harvard Classic edition 1980. Grolier Enterprises.

DEAN, C.G.T. 1950. The Royal Hospital, Chelsea. Hutchinson.

DEPARTMENT OF PRINTED BOOKS, IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM. 2001. Family History in the Department of Printed Books—Imperial War Museum in Family and Local History Handbook 5th edition. Genealogical Services Directory.

DIXON, John. 1994. Old Soldiers. Hampshire Family Historian Vol XXI #1, page 8.

DYMOND, Steve. 1996-1. Tokens of Courage. Family Tree Magazine Vol 12 #4, page 10-11. [Some information out-of-date]

DYMOND, Steve. 1996-2. Which Medals Did He Win? Family Tree Magazine Vol 12 #5, page 8-10.

EDWARDS. Cliff. 2001. Railway Records: A Guide to Sources. Public Record Office.

FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY. 1999. Research Outlines: England/Wales. Intellectual Reserve Inc.

FARWELL, Byron. 1981. For Queen and Country. A Social History of the Victorian and Edwardian Army.

FEATHER, Fred. 2001. The Life and Death of Police Museums. Family Tree Magazine Vol 17 #4, page 50-52.

FEATHER, Fred. 2002. The Police in Family and Local History Handbook 6th edition. Genealogical Services Directory.

FELGATE, Don. 1997. Transports of Delight. Greentrees (Westminster and Central Middlesex FHS) Vol 16 # 2, page 40-41.

FITZHUGH, Terrence V.H 4th edition edited by LUMAS, Susan. 1994. The Dictionary of Genealogy. Alphabooks.

FORESTER, Chris. 1994. Indexers and their Indexes: The Metropolitan Police Consolidated Index. Family Tree Magazine Vol 10 #9, page 41.

FORTESCUE, John W. 13 volumes 1899-1930. A History of the British Army.

FOSTER, K. 2000. Little Known Source [Deceased Soldiers’ Effects 1901-1929 at National Army Museum]. Family Tree Magazine Vol 16 #11, page 59-60.

FOUNTAIN, Michael. 1996. My Ancestor was a Policeman. Metropolitan (London and North Middlesex FHS) Vol 18 #5, page 135-136.

FOWLER, Simon. 1992. Army Records for Family Historians. Public Record Office.

FOWLER, Simon. 2002-1. India and Family History in Family and Local History Handbook 6th edition. Genealogical Services Directory.

FOWLER, Simon. 2002-2. Tracing Railway Ancestors in Family and Local History Handbook 6th edition. Genealogical Services Directory.

FOWLER, Simon, NESBITT, Roy C., ELLIOTT, Peter and GOULTER, Christina. 1994. RAF Records in the PRO. Public Records Office.

FOWLER, Simon and SPENCER, William. 2000. Army Records for Family Historians. Public Record Office.

FOWLER, Simon , SPENCER, William and TAMBLIN, Stuart. 1997 2nd edition. Army Service Records of the First World War. Public Record Office.

FRANCIS, Peter. 1998. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Family History News and Digest Vol 11 #4, page 158-161.

FRANCIS, Peter. 2001-1. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission in Family and Local History Handbook 5th edition. Genealogical Services Directory.

FRANCIS, Peter. 2001-2. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission Civilian Roll of Honour in Family and Local History Handbook 5th edition. Genealogical Services Directory.


___________________________________________________________________

Information in this Wiki page is excerpted from the online courses English: Occupation Records-Professions and Trades and English: Occupations-Military and Services offered by The National Institute for Genealogical Studies. To learn more about this course or other courses available from the Institute, see our website. We can be contacted at wiki@genealogicalstudies.com

We welcome updates and additions to this Wiki page.