British in India

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<script type=text/javascript src=http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show ads.js></script></div></p>If you have ancestors who spent time in India then Emma Jolly’s website will be of interest to you. Emma has just published a book Tracing Your British Indian Ancestors and is an expert in this field of genealogical research.

There are lots of links on the various pages to help you to get to know the documents left behind by those who swapped the grey skies of England for the burning sun of India.

http://www.genealogic.co.uk/index.html

British Library Record to go online

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The British Library & Findmypast have joined together to bring millions of records to the internet. The records come from the libraries collection of BDM’s from India and the UK Electoral Rolls up to 1932. These records will be of great help to genealogists especially the electoral rolls as they can be used in lieu of census not yet released.

 

http://www.findmypast.co.uk      http://www.bl.uk/