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1.	Baxter, Angus, 1912-  
	In Search of Your British & Irish Roots: A Complete Guide to Tracing Your
	English, Welsh, Scottish & Irish Ancestors.  Rev. and updated.  Baltimore:
	Genealogical Pub. Co., 1989.  x, 310 p.: ill.                    
	
       							   CS414.B38 1989 

  		Includes bibliographical references (p. 302-306).


2.	Bethell, David.
	English Ancestry.  Maps by Irene Margaret Barron.  Leek, Staffordshire,
	England: Melandra, c1981.  vii, 387 p.: ill.   

                                                           CS414.B47


3.	Cole, Jean A. and Michael Armstrong.
	Tracing Your Family Tree: The Complete Guide to Discovering Your Family
	History.   Hammersmith, London: Thorson, 1990.  208 p.: ill.

                                                           CS414.C63 1990


4.	Currer-Briggs, Noel.  
	Debrett's Family Historian: A Guide to Tracing Your Ancestry.  Introduction by
	Sir Iain Moncreiffe; foreword by Lord Teviot.  London: Debrett Webb & Bower,
	1981.  208 p.: ill.  

                                                           CS414.C87 1981


5.	FitzHugh, Terrick V.H.  
	The Dictionary of Genealogy.  4th ed.  Revised by Susan Lumas on behalf of the
	Society of Genealogists.  London: A & C Black, 1994.  304 p.: ill., maps.  

                                                            CS6.F58 1994


6.	_____, How to Write a Family History: The Lives and Times of Our Ancestors. 
	Sherborne, Dorset: Alphabooks; London: A & C Black, 1988.  200 p.: ill.

                                                            CS14.F57 1988
		"Sources & Records": p. 195-197.


7.	Gardner, David E. and Frank Smith.
	Genealogical Research in England and Wales.  Artwork by Mariel P. Gardner. 
	Salt Lake City:  Bookcraft Publishers, c1956-1964.  3 v.: ill., port., maps,
	forms, tables.

                                                            CS414.G3  
		Includes bibliographical footnotes.  


8.	Hamilton-Edwards, Gerald Kenneth Savery.     
	In Search of British Ancestry.  4th ed.  Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co,
	1983. ix, 212 p.: ill.                                       
							
							CS414.H35 1983 
		Bibliography: p. 176-205.  


9.	Hey, David.
	The Oxford Guide to Family History.  Oxford; New York: Oxford University
	Press, 1993.  x, 246 p.: ill., (some col), maps.

                                                            CS9.H49 1993

    	Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-236) and indexes.


10.	Holding, Norman H.
	More Sources of World War I Army Ancestry.  2nd ed.  Birmingham, England:
	Federation of Family History Societies, 1991.  88 p.: ill.

                                                            CS415.H65 1991

		Includes bibliographical references (p. 85).


11.	Irvine, Sherry.
	English Ancestry: A Guide for North Americans.  Salt Lake City: Ancestry,
	c1993. ix, 196 p.: ill., maps.

                                                            CS415.I78 1993

		Includes bibliographical references (p. [171]-185) and index.



12.	Kitzmiller, John M. (John Michael), 1953-
	In Search of the "Forlorn Hope": A Comprehensive Guide to Locating British
	Regiments and Their Records (1640-WWI).  Salt Lake City, Utah: Manuscript Pub.
	Foundation, c1988.  2 v. (xx, 1583 p., 28 p. of plates): ill.; + 1 suppl.
	(viii, 268 p.).

                                                            UA649.K56 1988

		Includes bibliographical references (v. 2, p. 1519-1527).


13.	Mellen, Rachael.  
	The Handy Book to English Genealogy.  3rd ed., rev. and expanded.  Bowie, Md.:
	Heritage Books, 1990.  x, 218 p.: ill.

                                                            CS414.M45 1990

		Rev. ed. of: A Practical Guide for the Genealogist in England.  2nd ed.,
		rev. and expanded, 1987.
 		Includes bibliographical references (p. 187) and index.


14.	The Oxford Companion to Local and Family History.  Oxford; New York: Oxford
	University Press, 1996.  ix, 517 p.

                                                            CS9.O94 1996

		Includes index.


15.	Rogers, Colin Darlington.
	Tracing Your English Ancestors: A Manual for Analysing and Solving
	Genealogical Problems, 1538 to the Present.  1st USA ed.  Manchester, UK; New
	York: Manchester University Press; New York; Distributed in the USA and Canada
	by St. Martins's Press, 1989.  x, 182 p. 

                                                            CS414.R64 1989

		Rev. ed. of: The Family Tree Detective, 1985.
		Includes bibliographical references (p. [156]-159) and index.  


16.	Saul, Pauline A. and F.C. Markwell.
	The A-Z Guide to Tracing Ancestors in Britain.  4th ed.  Baltimore:
	Genealogical Pub. Co., 1991.  256 p.: ill., maps.

                                                            CS414.M37 1991


17.	Steel, D. J. (Donald John)
	Discovering Your Family History.  Edited by Bryn Brooks.  Rev. ed.  London:
	British Broadcasting Corp, 1986.  195 p.  

                                                            CS414.S74 1986 

		Bibliography: p. 168-191.  


18.	Wagner, Anthony Richard, Sir.  
	English Genealogy.  3rd ed.  Chichester, Sussex: Phillimore, 1983.  xii, 475
	p.: geneal. tables.  

                                                            CS414 .W3 1983 

		Includes bibliographical references and index.  


19.	Willis, Arthur James and Molly Tatchell.
	Genealogy for Beginners.  5th ed. rev.  Chichester, Sussex, England:
	Phillimore, 1984.  200 p.: ill.  

	                                                        CS16 .W55 1984 
		Bibliography: p. [103]-109.  


20.	Yurdan, Marilyn.
	Tracing your Ancestors.  Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1988.  192 p.: ill.

                                                            CS414.Y87 1988
		Includes bibliographical references (p. 188-190) and index.
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