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From: Phil Warn aka Phil McAvity amateur dentist <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] OT - English Research
Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 19:23:57 +0100
Hi Evelyn and Frankie
What sort of books do you mean? I am British and have lived here in England
(London area, now) for over a half century. Do you want to hear about real
books (on paper) or online? If you join up with www.ancestry.com and
subscribe to the British section, you can access books that you may find of
interest. Do you want to find about :
a) accessing British Parish records
b) background of Britain in those days
c) what else?
Help me to help you by please being more specific.
At 19:15 18/09/2002, Evelyn Hendricks wrote:
>Please reply to the list. I am interested in that too. If you don't want
>to reply to the list, will you please send me a copy.
>At 02:08 PM 09/18/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>>I would like to have anyone's recommendations on good books regarding
>>research in England and of English records, especially before 1700. You may
>>reply to me privately. Many thanks.
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