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eBook Record Offices--How to Find Them 8th ed. download ISBN: 0806315741
Author: Pamela Peskett,Wycherley Gibson,Jeremy Sumne
Publisher: Genealogical Pub Co; 8 edition (January 1, 1998)
Language: English
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Since the redrawing of county boundaries in 1974 there has been a wholesale change in the location of record offices in England and Wales. There are now many new county record offices, new archive departments (even certain divisions of the Public Record Office in London have changed location), and many consolidated and reconstituted diocesan record offices.

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Gibson, Jeremy Sumner Wycherley and Pamela Peskett. Record Offices: How to Find Them. 6th ed. Birmingham, England: Federation of Family History Societies, 1993. G53 1993 9. Grannum, Guy. Tracing Your West Indian Ancestors: Sources in the Public Record Office. London: PRO Publications, 1995. G73 1995 PRO readers' guide; no. 11. 10. Great Britain. Public Record Office.

Since the redrawing of county boundaries in 1974 there has been a wholesale change in the location of record offices in. . This guide is designed to help you locate these record offices, and it contains maps to guide you to them.

Jeremy Gibson and Pamela Peskett. Record offices : how to find them, 9th edn (Bury, 2002). Marriage, Census and Other Indexes for Family Historians (8th edn, 2000). Lists of Londoners (3rd edn, 1999). Hallward Library 4/Ref CS434. Ian Mortimer, Record repositories in Great Britain, 11th edn (Kew, 1999). Hallward Library 4/Ref DA. 4 and King’s Meadow Campus Ref DA. 4. King’s Meadow Campus Ref HD2713. Local Census Listings, 1522-1930: Holdings in the British Isles (3rd edn, 1997).

Record Offices : How to Find Them. By (author) Jeremy Sumner Wycherle Gibson. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Format Book 60 pages. Dimensions 14. 5 x 22. 5 x . 5mm 9. 2g. Publication date 01 Jan 1992.

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Since the redrawing of county boundaries in 1974 there has been a wholesale change in the location of record offices in England and Wales. There are now many new county record offices, new archive departments (even certain divisions of the Public Record Office in London have changed location), and many consolidated and reconstituted diocesan record offices. This guide is designed to help you locate these record offices, and it contains maps to guide you to them. It also has addresses, phone numbers, a list of relevant publications, and a variety of information pertaining to each of the record offices in England and Wales. In this eighth edition the outstandingly important relocations are in Central London. The closure of the historic Public Record Office building in Chancery Lane (with transfer of all original records to Kew) and the relocation of General Registry Office records of births, marriages, and deaths has brought into being the Family Records Centre, with the G.R.O. indexes, and microfilm of census records, etc. and of P.C.C. wills.