Wednesday, 13 June 2018

FFHS Recent Book Reviews

The (UK) Federation of Family History Societies offers a page of reviews of recent genealogy books. The reviews are fairly short, typically around 300 words.

The Half-Shilling Curate; A Personal Account of War and Faith 1914-18; by Sarah Reay
Explore History | Landscapes | Family; Published by: Worcestershire Council
Tracing your Georgian Ancestors 1714-1837; by John Wintrip
Weavers, Wanderers, & Wigneys; by Tim King
The Oldest House in London; by Fiona Rule
Nannau, A Rich Tapestry of Welsh History By Philip Nanney Williams
The Victoria Crosses of the Crimean War - The Men Behind the Medals; by James W Bancroft
Records of Holton Park Girls’ Grammar School (1948-1972); Edited by Marilyn Yurdan
Victorian Policing; by Gaynor Haliday
Tracing History through Title Deeds; by Dr N Alcock
One Family, Six Names; by John and Anne Hercus
Planning a Future for Your Family’s Past; by Marian Burk Wood
Penny Lane and All That - Memories of Liverpool; by Ann Carlton

Find the reviews here.

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