The Quest for your English Ancestors

Claire V. Brisson-Banks
Jul 11, 2012
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Speaker's Introduction
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Naming Patterns
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Census Records
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Vital and Parish Records
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Monumental Inscriptions
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Military Records
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Probate Records
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Poor Law Records
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Other Records
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Announcements / prizes
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Questions / answers
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About this webinar

Got English ancestors? Don't miss this webinar by Claire Brisson-Banks, an accredited genealogist (AG) in English research. English civil, church, and census records make doing research back to 1837 feasible. Pre-1837 research requires more skill and a greater knowledge of the variety of little-known resources which can take you back to the 1600's and earlier. Add to that the variety of Internet resources and English research becomes a joy to perform.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Claire V. Brisson-Banks, B.S. MLIS, AG®, is accredited in England, and Mountain States, a professional researcher for US/Canada, Scotland and Web 2.0 technology. Currently she is a Family History Professor for BYU-Idaho’s online Family Histo
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