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This conference was held 12-15 August 1980 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

No. Title Author
401
Current Trends in the Field of Local History in England of Interest to the Family Historian
Alan Rogers
402
Sources for Family History in the Public Record Office of Ireland
Breandan Mac Giolla Choille
403
English Family Reconstitution and Community Reconstruction
Kevin Wilson
404

"Just Jobs": The Effect of Occupations on British Family Life

Elizabeth Simpson
405
So Your Ancestor Was Nonconformist: Historical Records and Source Material for English Nonconformity
Dean J. Hunter
Ray W. Madsen
406
Genealogical Records as Family History Sources in Ireland: Case Studies
Carol Burdick Holderby
407

English Manorial Records as a Source of Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century Family History

Cecil R. Humphery-Smith
408

Finding English Ancestors Not Recorded in the Common Records of Civil Registration, Parish Registers, or Probate Records

V. Ben Bloxham
409

Economic, Religious and Social Change in Industrial Wales

Bert J. Rawlins
410
Genealogical Records as Family History Sources in Scotland: A Case Study
Donald J. Steel
411
British Family History in the Holdings of the Genealogical Society of Utah
Stephen K. Kendall
Vona B. Young
412
The British Census as a Source for the Family Historian
Lawrence Taylor
413
The Catholic Church in Ireland--Its Impact on Society and the Family
S. J. Connolly
414
British Parliamentary Activities of Interest to Family Historians
Lord Teviot
415
Where Can I Find My British and European Coat of Arms
Cecil R. Humpery-Smith
416
Pauper's Passports: Sources for Tracing the Family History of Your Poorer English Ancestors
Elizabeth M. Simpson
417
Industrial Records in Scotland for the Family Historian and Genealogist
Patrick Cadell
418
Life on Board a Mormon Emigrant Ship
David H. Pratt
Paul F. Smart
419
England: This was Their World
Alan Rogers
420
A Boon to Family Historians: Activities of the English Federation of Family History Societies That Could Aid in Compiling Family History
Colin R. Chapman
421
Interpreting the Heritage of Britain
J. Geraint Jenkins
422
British Family Life During the Period of Industrialization
W. B. Stephens
423
Researching Photographs for a British Family History
Lawrence Taylor
424 Latter-day Saint sources for Tracing Early British Mormons
Noel R. Barton
425 Tombstones and Pre-1841 Censuses as Sources for British Family History
Colin R. Chapman
426 Life-styles in the Lowlands of Scotland: Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries T. C. Smout
427 Panel: English Family and Local History Objective and Pursuit Robert Douch
Alan Rogers
W. B. Stephens
428 Life-styles in the Scottish Highlands: Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries T. C. Smout
429
The Great Famine and the Poor of Ireland
Brian Trainor
430
Genealogical Records as Family History Sources in Wales: A Case Study
Bert J. Rawlins
431
That Elusive British Marriage: Customary or Clandestine?
David Ensign Gardner
432
Your Ancestors in the Church of England
Robert Douch
433
School and Work: The Life of an English Child, 1750-1900
W. B. Stephens
434
Protestants in Ireland: Their Impact on Society and the Family
Carol Burdick Holderby
435
Court Records as a Source for Family History in Scotland
Donald J. Steel
436
Discovering Ulster Origins Using Letters, Diaries, and Other Family Sources
Brian Trainor
437
The English Market Town
Kevin Wilson
438
Life-styles of the Irish People in the Nineteenth Century
S. J. Connolly
439

Life and Traditions in Rural Wales

J. Geraint Jenkins
440
Beginning Your Research in England: A Personal Study
Lord Teviot
441
How to Organize a Family History Society
Iain Swinnerton
Colin R. Chapman
442
Scottish Estate Records as a Source for Family History
Patrick Cadell
443
Life in the English Countryside, 1750-1900
Robert Douch
444
Social and Religious Origins of Early English Mormons
Malcolm R. Thorp
445
Connecting Your Pedigree into Royal, Noble, and Medieval Families
Robert C. Gunderson

 

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