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Sources for Research in English Genealogy :

1.	Friends House Library Digest Registers of Births, Marriages, and Burials for
	England and Wales, 17th c.-1837.  [microform]. London: World Microfilms
	Publications, 1989.  32 microfilm reels: maps

                                        Microfilm 94/2114 (C) 

	Accompanied by a printed guide: Quaker Digest Registers of Births, Marriages,
	and Burials for England and Wales, c. 1650-1837.  MicRR Guide No.: 329.
	These original English and Welsh Quaker nonconformist records are now in the
	Public Record Office in London, as class RG6 General Register Office: Society
	of Friends' Registers and Certificates of Births, Marriages and Burials,

2.	Jackson, Ronald Vern.  
	Inventory of Church Records of the British Isles.  Edited by Gary Ronald
	Teeples, David Schaefermeyer.  Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems,
	c1976.  109 p., [2] leaves of plates: maps.  (Encyclopedia of local history
	and genealogy; ser. 2, v. 1)  
                                                  CD1068.A2 J3

3.	Huguenot Society of London. 
	Publications.  Vol. 1 (1885/86)- .  Lymington, 1887- 
	Vols. 1-23 available on microfilm (04095). 

4.	Lart, Charles Edmund.  
	Huguenot Pedigrees.  London: The Saint Catherine press, 1924-1928.  2 v.  
	                                                  CS432.H8 L3  
	Vol. 2 published by C. Guimarsens [1928?]. 
	Reprinted in Baltimore by Genealogical Pub. Co. in 1967 (CS432.H8 L32).  

5.	Rosenstein, Neil.  
	The Unbroken Chain: Biographical Sketches and the Genealogy of Illustrious
	Jewish Families from the 15th-20th Century.  Rev. ed.  New York: CIS
	Publishers; Elizabeth, N.J.: Computer Center for Jewish Genealogy, 1990.  2 v.
	(xix, 1323 p.): ill.
                                                  CS31.R67 1990
	Includes bibliographical references and index. 
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