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Marriage and census indexes for family historians

Jeremy Gibson and Elizabeth Hampson
Books/Monographs
English
Baltimore, Maryland : Genealogical Pub. Co., c2001
52 p.
8th
0806316748

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Originally published in 1984 under the separate titles of "Marriage Indexes: how to find them, how to use them; how to compile them," and "Census indexes and indexing."

Contains entries of where to find marriage registers in England (all counties), Wales (all counties), Scotland, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, and Ireland.

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