Friday, 10 February 2012

New records on The Genealogist

The followings records have been added to The Genealogist (www.thegenealogist.co.uk):

1911 Census: 
Gloucestershire - over 726,000 records
Norfolk - over 486,000 records
Somerset - over 526,000 records
The Channel Islands - over 97,000 records

Clergy records: 
Index Ecclesiasticus 1800-1840
Clergy List 1852

Directories:
Channel Islands Almanach 1831
Channel Islands Almanach 1836
Channel Islands Almanach 1866

Poll Books: 
Bath Poll Book 1855

Parish records: 
Worcestershire Parish Record Transcripts (1700-1849)

Birth Transcripts 1920-2005


The company has also announced the following talks programme for its area at Who Do You Think You Are Live:

Friday 24th February 
10:30 "Ey Up Mi Duck!" A History of British accents and dialects - with John Titford
12:00 Breaking Down Brick Walls in your Family History Research - with Mark Bayley
1:30 Marry 'em off, Kill 'em off: Researching a London family 1640-1840 - with John Titford
3:00 Breaking Down Brick Walls in your Family History Research - with Mark Bayley
4:00 RootsMagic 5: Recording, charting and reporting, including version 5's new features - with Nigel Bayley
5:00 Breaking Down Brick Walls in your Family History Research - with Mark Bayley

Saturday 25th February 
10:00 "Ey Up Mi Duck!" A History of British accents and dialects - with John Titford
11:30 Breaking Down Brick Walls in your Family History Research - with Mark Bayley
12:30 Marry 'em off, Kill 'em off: Researching a London family 1640-1840 - with John Titford
2:00 Breaking Down Brick Walls in your Family History Research - with Mark Bayley
3:00 RootsMagic 5: Recording, charting and reporting, including version 5's new features - with Nigel Bayley
4:00 Breaking Down Brick Walls in your Family History Research - with Mark Bayley

Sunday 26th February 
10:00 "Ey Up Mi Duck!" A History of British accents and dialects - with John Titford
11:30 Breaking Down Brick Walls in your Family History Research - with Mark Bayley
12:30 Marry 'em off, Kill 'em off: Researching a London family 1640-1840 - with John Titford
2:00 Breaking Down Brick Walls in your Family History Research - with Mark Bayley
3:00 RootsMagic 5: Recording, charting and reporting, including version 5's new features - with Nigel Bayley
4:00 Breaking Down Brick Walls in your Family History Research - with Mark Bayley

(With thanks to S & N Genealogy Supplies)

Chris

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