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U3 a genealogy mar 2013

  1. 1. U3A Genealogy March 19th 2013
  2. 2. Start with aPedigree Chart
  3. 3. Look at Write down Talk to Plan your FamilyWhat you know Relatives Research Records START Discover Delve into What sources Ancestors available lives Other Keep effective sources records Births Wills Parish Marriages Censuses Records Deaths
  4. 4. Census New relatives BMD Information Information Information Genes Reunited Known Relatives Information Ask them Your Information Find itOther Sources Yourself Parish Of Registers Information Information
  5. 5. About 1840 LDS Microfiche Ancestry.co.uk CENSUSES LDS 1881 Findmypast.com PARISH FreeBMD RECORDS Ancestry CIVIL BMD Findmypast.com RECORDS UKBMDLDS Family Search Local BMD sites GENES REUNITED GENUKI , FHS, GOONS, ETC GOOGLE, ROOTSWEB and OTHER LISTS
  6. 6. Welcome• Welcome• Blog update, have a look at:• http://rodneysgenealogyblog.blogspot.co.uk/• Stuff from me,• Bailey project• Father Joe Walsh• Stuff from you!
  7. 7. FindmyPast updates
  8. 8. FindmyPast updates
  9. 9. FindmyPast updates
  10. 10. FindmyPast updates• Of the 132 ancient parishes in Hertfordshire, however, only 16 have registers surviving from 1538. The majority of the others date from the beginning of Queen Elizabeths reign in 1558. Many registers are sadly defective during the Civil War and Commonwealth period 1643-1660 and the registers for the parishes of Caldecote, Flaunden, Ickleford and Sacombe do not survive before the 18th century. Serious fires at the parish churches of Northaw and All Saints Hertford severely damaged their registers.• In addition to the ancient parishes, there are many more of modern origin, formed as daughter churches (chapels of ease or district churches) in large or more populous parishes, for example, in the town of Watford.
  11. 11. Whilst looking at Hertfordshire...
  12. 12. The Bailey project• Wrapping up the research• Final book report• Handover pack for Alan• Electronic and/or paper• Full family tree printed• April handover
  13. 13. • http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=ghXERt9QSIA• http://www.kilfiancrosskin.com/kilfian- baptisms.php
  14. 14. I found this......http://boards.ancestry.co.uk/localities.britisles.ireland.may.general/224.822.1/mb.ashx
  15. 15. Finally.........• Any other Brick Walls for the Group to look at?• Anything that you would like us to look at in future meetings?• Anything else you would like to say?

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