This is an A to Z glossary of terms relating to genealogical research in Britain. Arranged alphabetically, it contains definitions, explanations, bibliographies, sources, addresses, and signposts pointing to every conceivable to topic of interest to the family historian. It is everything known about those curious British terms such as "Poor Law", Letters Patent, State Papers, Chancery Proceedings, GRO, and CRO. Also covered are what market towns are so import in the search for elusive marriage records. The A-Z Guide To Tracing Ancestors In Britain answers all these questions and hundreds more. -- Midwest Book Review
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