English Genealogical Research in the Major London Repositories
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English Genealogical Research in the Major London Repositories by George G. Morgan

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Record Repositories in Great Britain: A Geographical Guide. 10th ed. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, (Family History Library book J54r ; computer number ) This gives street and mailing addresses of the repositories, along with their telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, and Internet sites. Genealogical Resources in English Repositories. Listed in these pages are major national archives and libraries, repositories in the greater London area, and county by county listings. This book is also the winner of the National Genealogical Society’s Book Award for Excellence in Genealogical Methods and Sources. Major London Record Repositories and Archives: The National Archives (TNA) is the main Genealogy Archive repository for England and Wales and the United Kingdom, located in Kew, Richmond, London. Holds many records useful for London researchers, including UK government records, military records, naturalisation Records and wills and administrations . The census described Blake as “Student, University College”. From an online list of all graduates from to , we found that Blake obtained his BSc at University College London and appears to have graduated as late as , with the Great War interrupting his studies. There is a World War I medal card for him, also available through Ancestry which confirms that he .

This is achieved using all the major online databases and the resources found in these London repositories: Society of Genealogists, LDS London Family History Centre, London Metropolitan Archives, Westminster Archives, British Library, Guildhall Library, Principal Probate Registry and The National Archives. London’s archive repositories range from the magnificent National Archives facility at Kew, to one room of local and family archives in North Kensington. Manuscripts of war and peace, of sport and travel, of education and entertainment, of religious worship and political activity are located throughout the Capital. Major Websites [edit | edit source] is the world's largest genealogy website. Among their numerous collections of English records are the censuses, General Register Office (GRO) indexes to births, marriages, and deaths after , and church records.   A.A.S. in Family History Research – BYU’s sister-school, BYU-Idaho, offers an applied associate’s degree in family history research which can be completed % online. Though 60 credits of classes are required, the pacing is flexible and is friendly to those with jobs, children, or other responsibilities that might prevent them from being.

George wrote English Genealogical Research in the Major London Repositories to help researchers who are planning a research trip to England better organize their research time on-site, and to help those researchers working from home to locate the most appropriate repositories to begin their overseas research about British Isles ancestors. DNA, Scotland, Ireland and England research. London based genetic genealogist Dr. Maurice Gleeson, MB, will present on DNA and Irish research, Christine Woodcock, from Genealogy Tours of Scotland, will discuss Scottish research, and Frank Southcott, President, ISBGFH, will explore the English records. IHGS publishes a quarterly journal, Family History, which contains family histories, genealogical and heraldic articles, and guides to research. IHGS is at Northgate, Canterbury, Kent, England, CT1 1BA, telephone + 44 , fax + 44   If your family tree leads you to England or Wales, then London is a good place to start your research. This is where you'll find most of England's major repositories. Most people begin with the Family Records Centre, jointly operated by the General Register Office and the National Archives, as it holds the original indexes to the births, marriages and deaths registered in England .