About this book
5th edition. A revised and updated guide to using the internet to research family history, this now covers the 1911 census, the digitisation of civil registration, new genealogy websites, online sharing and more. Endorsed by The National Archives, it's ideal for both beginners and more experienced researchers. More than 90,000 copies of previous editions have been sold.
Fully revised and updated, this book explores the major sources of data available to family historians online and highlights some of the most useful directories and gateways. Suitable for those starting out and experienced researchers alike, this book features the recent developments online in areas such as births, marriages and deaths indexes.
|A & C Black|