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Abi Husainy reveals the African American contribution to the American revolution, using documents and concrete examples found in The National Archives' holdings to bring to life the struggles and hardships endured by black loyalists in the pursuit of freedom and the promise of democracy.
We all go shopping, albeit with varying degrees of enthusiasm, and many of us have also worked in shops. It was the same for our ancestors, and although the records may not always be easy to find, they are out there if you know where to look. There is also a wealth of background material to show us what our ancestors' shopping and shopkeeping experience was like.
Overseers of the Poor, the Parish Constable, and their books of account.
Parish Militia, Surveyor of the Highways, Parish Clerk, Sexton, Verger and their records.