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Tracing Your Twentieth Century Ancestors

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Tracing Your Twentieth Century Ancestors is the latest title in Pen and Sword’s handy series of guides for family historians and is perfect for those exploring the lives of more recent relations. 

Genealogy expert Karen Bali, who specialises in researching adopted and living relatives, identifies and explains the key records and online sources to aid you on your journey, including the census and directories, civil, service and employment records, wills, electoral registers and a brief introduction to the 1939 Register. 

 

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Packed with case studies and practical advice, this is an easily accessible read with lots of leads and sensible tips on tracing more recent family, including how to approach long-lost living relatives and what the digital future may hold for family historians.

• ISBN: 9781783831036. RRP £12.99, paperback. Pen & Sword.

 

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