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Tracing Your Pre-Victorian Ancestors
A Guide to Research Methods for Family Historians
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"And finally, this month, Pen and Sword's latest genealogy title tackles the pre-Victorian era. It is possible, on Ancestry.co.uk, to reach back into the 18th century - we've done it with our own research and now, armed with this superb new title, we can make a more comprehensive job of it when we resume our efforts. Absolutely priceless and essential reading for amateur and professional genealogists alike."-- "Books Monthly" "John Wintrip's experience as a librarian shows in his detailed analysis of the various types of archival catalogue, both online and in local archives. You might have to do a bit more leg-work to explore pre-Victorian records but there's a lot of information to be found if you know how to search - and this book should help you to do just that."-- "Who Do You Think You Are?" (5/1/2017 12:00:00 AM) "This book is highly recommended, especially for researchers wanting a thorough framework by which to do their English research, or those North American researchers wanting to better understand how English research processes are different."-- "FGS FORUM, Fall 2017" "This intelligent book does explore many of the pre-Victorian records available, of course, but its key premise - a valuable one - is to teach a thorough methodology to one's research."-- "Your Family History" (4/1/2017 12:00:00 AM)
John Wintrip qualified as an information professional and spent thirty years working as a science librarian, mainly in university libraries. After early retirement he started a new career as a professional genealogist. He has carried out research for hundreds of clients both in the UK and overseas, holds a Diploma in Genealogy and is a Member of AGRA.