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by Sherry Irvine

Download Your English Ancestry: A Guide for North Americans eBook
ISBN:
0916489531
Author:
Sherry Irvine
Category:
Genealogy
Language:
English
Publisher:
Myfamily.Com (August 1, 1993)
Pages:
196 pages
EPUB book:
1786 kb
FB2 book:
1275 kb
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1554 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
304


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Sherry Irvine grew up and was educated in Canada, England and the USA. Her history degree is from Queen's University, Canada, and her post-graduate degree from the University of Illinois. She has taught genealogy courses since 1984. In 1993 her first book was published, Your English Ancestry: A Guide for North Americans (Ancestry).

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Your English Ancestry: A Guide for North Americans was the first book to provide a logical research routine for family historians based in North America. Since the first edition of Your English Ancestry was published in 1993, genealogy has become even more popular, the Internet has become an important tool for many researchers, and there have been significant changes in local government and in the storage of major records in England.

These changes are reflected in this new edition of Your English Ancestry. It contains additional detail on many records, a new chapter introducing early English research (before 1730), and a greatly expanded bibliography.

For every type of record -- civil registration, census, church records, probate, occupation, and local administration -- there are clear explanations of availability and access. Each chapter concludes with a step-by-step summary

  • Hbr
Unfortunately, it was not what I thought it was. Still a good resource for ancestry researchers.
  • Shakanos
When I ordered this book, I expected this book to include information and advice specifically for North Americans. Despite the fact that it is very informative and packed with helpful notes on records to search including one chapter on "Early (pre 1700) England research", I was in for a disappointment since it was mostly information for the general researcher. I guess I expected more on sources a North American could use for England research. Unfortunately, that was not the case over all. Due to this limitation, I believe a more suitable title would have dropped the reference to North Americans and just stuck with a general title.
Despite this limitation, I would still recommend this book for general research and not specific to North American residents.
  • Nnulam
The best part of this short readable book is that Ms. Irvine takes the perspective of the North American. The records are remote for us, so how can efficient research be done? By providing a broad view, the answer is provided as well as the setting of reasonable expectations. Since 1993 much more is available on-line. The basics and good advice on strategies are still sound.