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by Marilyn Yurdan

Author: Marilyn Yurdan
Subcategory: Genealogy
Language: English
Publisher: David & Charles (March 26, 1992)
Pages: 192 pages
Category: Reference
Rating: 4.2
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AUTHOR:Yurdan, Marilyn. TITLE:Tracing Your Ancestors

AUTHOR:Yurdan, Marilyn. TITLE:Tracing Your Ancestors. PUBLISHER:David & Charles. ACCEPTABLE - May have major wear and tear. Designed to guide the reader through the essential steps towards tracing his or her own family's history, this book aims to avoid the necessity of working through dull record offices, and instead to adopt an approach leading to the most interesting facts in a variety of ways.

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This book traces the origins of names found in Oxford, t only of its streets, villages, suburbs and housing estates, but also of the various colleges which make up the university, many of which have had a considerable influence on its streets. Containing illustrations that range in date from nineteenth-century prints to photographs of modern developments, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in Oxford's development.

Designed to guide the reader through the essential steps towards tracing his or her own family's history, this book aims to avoid the necessity of working through dull record offices, and instead to adopt an approach leading to the most interesting facts in a variety of ways. As well as providing information needed at the start of the search, the book contains examples and amusing anecdotes which can form a basis for useful research. The advice is intended for all those, whether established family historians or complete newcomers - including people of British descent now living overseas - who wish to pursue the subject.