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The original content for this article was contributed by The National Institute for Genealogical Studies in June 2012. It is an excerpt from their course English: Education,Health and Contemporary Documents  by Dr. Penelope Christensen. The Institute offers over 200 comprehensive genealogy courses for a fee ($).

UNDERWOOD, Nigel. 1991. Survival of the Fittest'?Wiltshire Family History Society #43, page10-13.

VAISEY, David. 1985. The Diary of Thomas Turner 1754-65. Oxford University Press.

VENN, J. and VENN, J. A. 1922-1954. 10 vols. Alumni Cantabrigiensis. A Biographical List of all Known Students, Graduates and Holders of Office at the University of Cambridge from the Earliest Times to 1900.Part I: From the earliest times to 1751. Cambridge University Press. On 5 films starting at 0924925.

WAGNER, Anthony R. 1952. The Records and Collections of the College of Arms. Burke’s Peerage, London.

WAGNER, Anthony R. 1983.English Genealogy. Phillimore, Chichester, Sussex.

WALFORD, E. Various editions from 1860-1920.The County Families of the United Kingdom. Robert Hardwicke [1st ed].

WALL, W.J. 1996. DNA: Family Trees. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 12 #5, page 3-4.

WATSON, Peter. 2002. Was Your Ancestor an Officer at the Middlesex Industrial School? West Middlesex FHS Journal Vol 20, Jun 2002, page 2.

WATT, Theodore. 1935. Roll of the Graduates of the University of Aberdeen 1901-1925; with Supplement 1860-1900. Aberdeen University Press. FHL book 941.25/A1 J2u.

WATTS, Christopher T. and WATTS, Michael J. 1978.M.I.s from Cleared Burial Grounds. Genealogists’ Magazine Vol 19 #7, page 241-244. Plus follow-up in 1979. Vol 19 #10, page 353.

WEBB, Cliff. 1999. An Index of English Country Houses. Society of Genealogists.

WEBB, Cliff. 2000. An Index of London Schools and Their Records. Society of Genealogists.

WEST, John. 1982. Village Records. Phillimore, Chichester, Sussex.

WEST, John. 1983. Town Records. Phillimore, Chichester, Sussex.

WHITMORE, J.B. 1953. A Genealogical Guide: An Index to British Pedigrees in Continuation of Marshall’s ‘Genealogist’s Guide’. Society of Genealogists. GSU fiche 6054492 (8) but at present‘withdrawn from circulation’.

WILKINSON, F. 1971. Badges of the British Army 1820-1960. Arms and Armour Press.

WILKINSON-LATHAM, R.J. 1972. Discovering British Military Badges and Uniforms. Shire Publications.

WILLIAMS, Ann, SMYTH, Alfred P. and KIRBY, D.P. 1991. A Biographical Dictionary of Dark Age Britain. England, Scotland and Wales c.500-c.1500. Seaby, London.

WILLIAMS, Raymond. 1961.The Long Revolution. Broadview Press.

WILLIAMSON, David. 1996. Brewer’s British Royalty. Cassell.

WILLIAMSON, David. 1997. Debrett's Special Packets. Genealogists’ Magazine Vol 25 #11, page 459-460. Willing’s Press Guide [for contemporary newspapers] by a series of publishers from 1874. FHL has: 1970, 1971, 1985, 1986 issues 942 B3w.

WILLIAMS-MITCHELL, Christobel. 1982. Dressed for the Job: The Story of Occupational Costume. Blandford Press, Poole, Dorset.

WILSON, Eunice. 1978. A History of Shoe Fashions. Pitman Publishing.

WILSON, Eunice. 2003. Annie Swan’s Magazine. Family Tree Magazine Vol 20 #1, page 62.

WILSON, John. 1879. The Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales on fiches 6020308 (29).

WINTER, Gordon. 1966. A Country Camera 1844-1914. David and Charles, Newton Abbot, Devon.

WOOD, Michael. 2000. Genes and Genealogy in Correspondence. Genealogists’ Magazine Vol 26 #9, page 345-346. [see Joyce].

WOOD, Michael J. 2002. Review of Royalty for Commoners: The Complete Known Lineage of John of Gaunt, Son of Edward III, King of England and Queen Philippa by Roderick W. STUART. 4th edition 2002. Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, Maryland. Genealogists’ Magazine Vol 27 #7, page 335-337.

WOOD, Tom. 1991. Family History for Beginners: Using Old Newspapers. Family Tree Magazine Vol 7 #8, page 15-16.

WOOD, Tom. 1997. School Records. Family Tree Magazine Vol 13. Part I in #3, page 51-52. Part II in # 4, page 47-48.

WOOD, Tom. 2000a. Controlling the Speckled Monster in Genealogical Miscellany. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 16 #4, page 24.

WOOD, Tom. 2000b. Diagnosis Discovered in Genealogical Miscellany. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 16 #11, page 14.

WOOD, Tom. 2000c.Brutal Baby Rearing in Genealogical Miscellany. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 17 #1, page 17.

WOOD, Tom. 2001a.Identity Code Unravelled in Genealogical Miscellany. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 17 #4, page 17-18.

WOOD, Tom. 2001b. GPClears up Mystery in Genealogical Miscellany. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 17 #5, page 17-18.

WOOD, Tom. 2002. Missing,Believed Dissected in Genealogical Miscellany. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 18 #2, page 17.

WOOD, Tom. 2003. Records of the Anatomists in Genealogical Miscellany. Family Tree Magazine Vol 19 #3, page 17.

WOOD, Tom. 2003. A Tramp’s Life after Death in Genealogical Miscellany. Family Tree Magazine Vol 19 #6, page 18.

WOODLOCK, Judy. 2001. What Happened to Phoebe? East Surrey Family History Society Journal. Vol 24 #2, page 32-33. [see Gallagher 2002].

YARWOOD, Doreen. 1975. European Costume: 4000 Years of Fashion. Bonanza Books, New York.

YEO, Geoffrey and WHITE, Philippa. 1995. The British Overseas. Guildhall Library Publications, London.


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