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  • Stuart Raymond
    The Oxford Guide to Family History / David Hey This volume is much more than just another guide to the construction of a family tree. David Hey invites the
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 29, 2000
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      The Oxford Guide to Family History / David Hey

      This volume is much more than just another guide to the construction of
      a family tree. David Hey invites the reader to discover what the life of
      our ancestors was really like.: who they were and how they lived.

      Family history is a subject with broad concerns, including the origin,
      spread, and sometimes the decline and disappearance of families. The
      work of social historians is therefore of great interest, whether
      dealing with the size of families, the ages at which people maried, or
      the mobility of population. David Hey highlights those aspects of social
      history that are most relevant to family history research, and suggests
      lines of inquiry that may be followed with profit and enjoyment: the
      past and present distribution of surnames, the stability of certain
      families, and the mobility of others.

      Practical guidance is given on the basics of research - how to get
      started, where to find records, and deciphering early styles of
      handwriting, etc. In making the fruits of the latest scholarship
      available to the family historian, the author provides an authoritative
      introduction to the subjects as well as a stimulating guide for those
      wishing to proceed to a more advanced stage of research.

      Published Oxford University Press, 1993 (corrected 1996). Price £23.75
      (inc. p&p). Overseas (airmail) £30.00; $US52.50. Please inquire for
      surface & Australian dollar prices. Boo
      Stuart Raymond, Genealogical Bibliographer, Publisher & Bookseller
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    • Stuart Raymond
      The Oxford Guide to Family History / David Hey This volume is much more than just another guide to the construction of a family tree. David Hey invites the
      Message 2 of 5 , Jan 20, 2001
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        The Oxford Guide to Family History / David Hey

        This volume is much more than just another guide to the construction of
        a family tree. David Hey invites the reader to discover what the life of
        our ancestors was really like: who they were and how they lived.

        Family history is a subject with broad concerns, including the origin,
        spread, and sometimes the decline and disappearance of families. The
        work of social historians is therefore of great interest, whether
        dealing with the size of families, the ages at which people maried, or
        the mobility of population. David Hey highlights those aspects of social
        history that are most relevant to family history research, and suggests
        lines of inquiry that may be followed with profit and enjoyment: the
        past and present distribution of surnames, the stability of certain
        families, and the mobility of others.

        Practical guidance is given on the basics of research - how to get
        started, where to find records, and deciphering early styles of
        handwriting, etc. In making the fruits of the latest scholarship
        available to the family historian, the author provides an authoritative
        introduction to the subjects as well as a stimulating guide for those
        wishing to proceed to a more advanced stage of research.

        Published Oxford University Press, 1993 (corrected 1996). Price £23.75
        (inc. p&p). Overseas (airmail) £30.00; $US48.00. $A78.00. Books will be
        sent with an invoice for payment on receipt.

        Stuart Raymond, Genealogical Bibliographer, Publisher & Bookseller
        P.O.Box 35, Exeter, EX1 3YZ, U.K. stuart@...
        Ph. (01392) 252193
        Visit http://www.soft.net.uk/samjraymond/igb.htm for British
        genealogical books.
        To join the mailing list genealogyuk go to
        http://www.onelist.com/subscribe.cgi/genealogyuk
        To send messages, use genealogyuk@onelist.com
      • Stuart Raymond
        The Oxford Guide to Family History / David Hey This volume is much more than just another guide to the construction of a family tree. David Hey invites the
        Message 3 of 5 , Mar 24, 2001
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          The Oxford Guide to Family History / David Hey

          This volume is much more than just another guide to the construction of
          a family tree. David Hey invites the reader to discover what the life of
          our ancestors was really like: who they were and how they lived.

          Family history is a subject with broad concerns, including the origin,
          spread, and sometimes the decline and disappearance of families. The
          work of social historians is therefore of great interest, whether
          dealing with the size of families, the ages at which people maried, or
          the mobility of population. David Hey highlights those aspects of social
          history that are most relevant to family history research, and suggests
          lines of inquiry that may be followed with profit and enjoyment: the
          past and present distribution of surnames, the stability of certain
          families, and the mobility of others.

          Practical guidance is given on the basics of research - how to get
          started, where to find records, and deciphering early styles of
          handwriting, etc. In making the fruits of the latest scholarship
          available to the family historian, the author provides an authoritative
          introduction to the subjects as well as a stimulating guide for those
          wishing to proceed to a more advanced stage of research.

          Published Oxford University Press, 1993 (corrected 1996). Price £23.75
          (inc. p&p). Overseas (airmail) £30.00; $US48.00. $A84.00. Books will be
          sent with an invoice for payment on receipt.

          Stuart Raymond, Genealogical Bibliographer, Publisher & Bookseller
          P.O.Box 35, Exeter, EX1 3YZ, U.K. stuart@...
          Ph. (01392) 252193
          Visit http://www.soft.net.uk/samjraymond/igb.htm for British
          genealogical books.
          To join the mailing list genealogyuk go to
          http://www.onelist.com/subscribe.cgi/genealogyuk
          To send messages, use genealogyuk@onelist.com
        • Stuart Raymond
          The Oxford Guide to Family History / David Hey This volume is much more than just another guide to the construction of a family tree. David Hey invites the
          Message 4 of 5 , Jul 21, 2001
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            The Oxford Guide to Family History / David Hey

            This volume is much more than just another guide to the construction of
            a family tree. David Hey invites the reader to discover what the life of
            our ancestors was really like: who they were and how they lived.

            Family history is a subject with broad concerns, including the origin,
            spread, and sometimes the decline and disappearance of families. The
            work of social historians is therefore of great interest, whether
            dealing with the size of families, the ages at which people maried, or
            the mobility of population. David Hey highlights those aspects of social
            history that are most relevant to family history research, and suggests
            lines of inquiry that may be followed with profit and enjoyment: the
            past and present distribution of surnames, the stability of certain
            families, and the mobility of others.

            Practical guidance is given on the basics of research - how to get
            started, where to find records, and deciphering early styles of
            handwriting, etc. In making the fruits of the latest scholarship
            available to the family historian, the author provides an authoritative
            introduction to the subjects as well as a stimulating guide for those
            wishing to proceed to a more advanced stage of research.

            Published Oxford University Press, 1993 (corrected 1996). Price £23.75
            (inc. p&p). Overseas (airmail) £30.00; $US48.00; $A87.00. Books will be
            sent with an invoice for payment on receipt.

            Stuart Raymond, Genealogical Bibliographer, Publisher & Bookseller
            P.O.Box 35, Exeter, EX1 3YZ, U.K. stuart@...
            Ph. (01392) 252193
            Visit http://www.soft.net.uk/samjraymond/igb.htm for British
            genealogical books.
            To join the mailing list genealogyuk go to
            http://www.onelist.com/subscribe.cgi/genealogyuk
            To send messages, use genealogyuk@onelist.com
          • Stuart Raymond
            The Oxford Guide to Family History / David Hey This volume is much more than just another guide to the construction of a family tree. David Hey invites the
            Message 5 of 5 , Oct 17, 2001
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              The Oxford Guide to Family History / David Hey

              This volume is much more than just another guide to the construction of
              a family tree. David Hey invites the reader to discover what the life of
              our ancestors was really like: who they were and how they lived.

              Family history is a subject with broad concerns, including the origin,
              spread, and sometimes the decline and disappearance of families. The
              work of social historians is therefore of great interest, whether
              dealing with the size of families, the ages at which people maried, or
              the mobility of population. David Hey highlights those aspects of social
              history that are most relevant to family history research, and suggests
              lines of inquiry that may be followed with profit and enjoyment: the
              past and present distribution of surnames, the stability of certain
              families, and the mobility of others.

              Practical guidance is given on the basics of research - how to get
              started, where to find records, and deciphering early styles of
              handwriting, etc. In making the fruits of the latest scholarship
              available to the family historian, the author provides an authoritative
              introduction to the subjects as well as a stimulating guide for those
              wishing to proceed to a more advanced stage of research.

              Published Oxford University Press, 1993 (corrected 1996). Price £23.75
              (inc. p&p). Overseas (airmail) £30.00; $US48.00; $A89.00. Books will be
              sent with an invoice for payment on receipt.

              Stuart Raymond, Genealogical Bibliographer, Publisher & Bookseller
              P.O.Box 35, Exeter, EX1 3YZ, U.K. stuart@...
              Ph. (01392) 252193
              Visit http://www.soft.net.uk/samjraymond/igb.htm for British
              genealogical books.
              To join the mailing list genealogyuk go to
              http://www.onelist.com/subscribe.cgi/genealogyuk
              To send messages, use genealogyuk@onelist.com
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