Tracing Your Manchester and Salford Ancestors (Paperback)
Click here to read article by Sue Wilkes as featured by History Today
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For readers with family ties to Manchester and Salford, and researchers delving into the rich history of these cities, this informative, accessible guide will be essential reading and a fascinating source of reference.
Sue Wilkes outlines the social and family history of the region in a series of concise chapters. She discusses the origins of its religious and civic institutions, transport systems and major industries. Important local firms and families are used to illustrate aspects of local heritage, and each section directs the reader towards appropriate resources for their research.
No previous knowledge of genealogy is assumed and in-depth reading on particular topics is recommended. The focus is on records relating to Manchester and Salford, including current districts and townships, and sources for religious and ethnic minorities are covered. A directory of the relevant archives, libraries, academic repositories, databases, societies, websites and places to visit, is a key feature of this practical book.
As featured in 'Further Reading' part of author article on tracing your Manchester ancestorsYour Family History, July 2017
The latest in Pen and Sword's ground-breaking ancestry series is aimed at the citizens of Manchester and Salford - there is plenty of brilliant advice and suggestions in this perfect book.Books Monthy, June 2017 - reviewed by Paul Norman
In short this is a great 'city' of a book and an absolute must for all historians of the region and anyone with an ancestor who lived in the North West.WDYTYA? magazine, July 2017- reviewed by Ruth Symes
As featured in the books 'In brief' sectionFamily Tree, June 2017
Click here to read article by Sue Wilkes on 'A (Working) Woman’s Place'History Today, June 2017
Author article as featured in, on the industrial revolution and what impact it might have had on your ancestors.Your Family History, March 2017
Tracing Your Lancashire Ancestors (Paperback)
If you want to find out about Lancashire's history, and particularly if you have family links to the area and your ancestors lived or worked in the county, then this is the ideal book for you. As well as helping you to trace when and where your ancestors were born, married and died, it gives you an insight into the world they knew and a chance to explore their lives at work and at home. Sue Wilkes's accessible and informative handbook outlines Lancashire's history and describes the origins of its major industries - cotton, coal, transport, engineering, shipbuilding and others. She looks at the…By Sue Wilkes
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