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Tracing your Catholic ancestry in England

Michael Gandy

Tracing your Catholic ancestry in England

by Michael Gandy

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Published by Federation of Family History Societies in Ramsbottom, Bury, Lancashire, U.K .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Catholics -- England -- Genealogy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
    • England -- Genealogy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[Michael Gandy].
      GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
      SeriesBasic facts about--
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS432.C36 G73 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination16 p. ;
      Number of Pages16
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL106518M
      ISBN 101860060846
      LC Control Number99224218
      OCLC/WorldCa40105651

      Use this guide if you are looking for records which contain genealogical information for the medieval and early modern period. It will introduce some of the major family history sources for the period and tell you how to search for them. This guide is about records held by The National Archives, but you can find many more records in other archives. If you are fortunate to have an English genealogy to trace, you may discover that your ancestors came to America as early as , when the first American colony was established in Some may also find ancestors in their family tree that landed on the Plymouth shores in , as some of the first Pilgrims to explore and settle in the New World.

      The Catholic Family History Society’ are publishing collections of articles from past issues of Catholic Ancestor, collating important information about particular geographical areas. Each booklet is around 22 pages A4, £ each, plus £ post & packing for up to two booklets: Catholic Ancestors in Lancashire Volume 1.   ~ Copy of your birth certificate. ~ Certificates of baptism and confirmation. ~ A community questionaire. ~ You must be free of debt. ~ Have no living children under age 18 ~ Be physically and psychologically healthy. So if you are tracing a nun in your family, it will be like looking for a .

      A full set is housed at the Catholic National Library, and the FHL holds the , , , , and editions, together with its successor, The Catholic Directory of England and Wales from in FHL book K22c. The obituaries from the Laity’s Directory were reprinted in . All United Kingdom Database. Welcome to the JCR-UK's All United Kingdom search system incorporate all of the databases listed below. These databases have been contributed to the Jewish Communities and Records - United Kingdom (JCR-UK) — a joint project of JewishGen and the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain (JGSGB) — by JewishGen, JGSGB, and individual donors.


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