The Family History Partnership
The Family History Partnership
The Family History Partnership is a company formed in 2007 to publish titles from some of the leading authors in the field. The aim of the Partnership is to ensure that family and local historians are provided with the handbooks and guides that they need. We wish to provide authors with a new route to get their books into print and welcome proposals from new and existing authors. We want the partnership to be recognised as just that - a partnership that exists for everyone involved in the genealogical book world. We want to involve printers, publishers, booksellers, librarians, authors, and, not least, everyone who wants to trace their family history.
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Coffers, Clysters, Comfrey and Coifs The Lives Of Our Seventeenth Century Ancestors By Janet Few
Our seventeenth century ancestors may ..
Dating Old Army Photographs (2011) By Robert Pols
This book aims to help with the dating of army photographs from the second half of the 19th centu..
How to Start your Family History: A Young Person's Guide By Jane Starkie
Most family historians regret not having started their research earl..
Poor Law Records For Family Historians By Simon Fowler
Poor Law Records are the most important records of a Parish after Parish Registers. Through..
Researching Brewery and Publican Ancestors, Second Edition (2009) By Simon Fowler
Simon Fowler is a long-established author and editor in the world..
Researching Scottish Family History By Chris Paton (2010)Researching Scottish Family History is a detailed introductory guide to those wishing t..
Family History Record Sheets
It is generally recognised to be more efficient and easier to record research on to standard forms rather than a blank..
My Family History
A ten generation family research record book with pedigree chartsVersion 3 - with the following changes:• Minor changes to the I..
British History and Heritage on The Web
By Stuart A. Raymond. 160 pages.
Interest in the study of British history and heritage has grown ..
An Introduction To Occupations (2nd Edition) By Joyce CullingUnder the heading "Occupation, Trade, Rank or Profession" can be found some of the most..
Dating Old Photographs 1840-1950Robert PolsA5, 96 pages. ISBN: 978-1-906280-54-3Family historians often seek to date pictures they have inherited, sin..
Dating Old Photographs 1840-1950 By Robert PolsFamily historians often seek to date pictures they have inherited, since knowing when a photograph was ..
Family History Nuts and Bolts (Revised and much expanded 3rd Edition) Family History Problem Solving through Family Reconstitution Techniques By ..
Family History Research Challenges And How To Solve Them By Ian WallerAs every family historian encounters an ancestor who mysteriously vanishes or av..
Grandad Did a Dastardly Deed - 50 More Family History Traps By Kate Broad & Toni NeobardWas your grandfather a kindly old man, who lovingly tended..
How to Research your German Ancestors (Third Edition) By Peter Towey The Anglo-German Family History Society was formed in 1987 by a group of Bri..
How to Start your Family History:A Young Person's Guide
by Jane Starkie, 160 pages
Most family historians regret not having started their ..
Irish Family HistoryA Beginners' GuideStuart A RaymondA5, 48 pages, ISBN: 978-1-906280-56-7If you want to research your Irish family history, then thi..
Irish Family History A Beginners' Guide By Stuart A RaymondIf you want to research your Irish family history, then this book provides the basic guid..
Irish Family History on the Web (Fourth Edition)
Stuart A Raymond
A5, 144 pages, ISBN: 978-1-906280-51-2
The internet is now t..
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