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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: Occupation Records-Professions and Trades and English: Occupations-Military & Services  by Dr. Penelope Christensen. The Institute offers over 200 comprehensive genealogy courses for a fee ($).

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FRANCIS, Peter. 2002-2.The Commonwealth War Graves Commission Civilian Roll of Honour in Family and Local History Handbook 6th edition. Genealogical Services Directory.

FRANCMANIS, Valerie. 2000. From Ulster to Waterloo. [Hussars] Family Tree Magazine Vol 17 #2, page 54-55.

FULLER, Tony. 1999/2000. Captain Sir John Woolmore. Cockney Ancestor (East of London FHS #85 page 31-33.

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GALVIN, Dennis. 2001/2. The Cat and Mutton Lancers. Cockney Ancestor (East of London FHS) #93, page 26-28.

GARIÉPY, Patrick. 2000. Register of Men Fallen at Gallipoli 1915-1916 in Family and Local History Handbook 5th edition. Genealogical Services Directory.

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GIBSON, Jeremy and DELL, Alan. 1991. Tudor and Stuart Muster Rolls. Federation of Family History Societies.

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GRAY, Sheila. 2002. The South Africa War 1899-1902 Service Records of British and Colonial Women in Family and Local History Handbook 6th edition. Genealogical Services Directory.

GRIFFITHS, R.J.H. 2000. Horse and Foot. Family Tree Magazine Vol 16 #9, page 65-66.

HALL, Christopher A. 1985. A Guide to the Lloyd’s Marine Collection at Guildhall Library. Guildhall Library, London.

HANSON, Harry. 1983. The Coaching Life. Manchester University Press.

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HAZELL, Martin. Sailing Barges. Shire Publications.

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HOCKING, Charles. Abt 1965. Dictionary of Disasters at Sea, During the Age of Steam, Including Sailing Ships and Ships of War Lost in Action 1824-1962. Lloyd’s Registry of Shipping, Fenchurch St., London.

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HOOK, Ian. 2001-2. The Imperial War Museum Trench Map Archive. [Review of CD-ROM]. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 17 #11, page 39-40.

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HOWARD, Edward. 1840-2. The Greenwich Pensioner in Portraits of the English-Vol IV The Army and the Navy edited and published by Audrey Collins 1999.

HOWARD, Edward. 1840-3. The Midshipman in Portraits of the English- Vol IV The Army and the Navy edited and published by Audrey Collins 1999.

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HURST, Norman. 1995. Bashing Boney’s Baggonets... Family Tree Magazine Vol 11 #4, page 17.

HURST, Norman. 1996. Royal Air Force 1918-1948. Family Tree Magazine Vol 13 #2, page 3-5.

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MATHEWSON, Bob. 2001. The Havens of Fetteresso Parish Part 1- Fishing Villages of Muchalls. Aberdeen and Ne Scotland FHS Journal # 79, page 30-32.

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MAURIN, Margaret. 1996. Old Occupations: Canal Life. Family Tree Magazine Vol 12 #11, page 3-5.

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MILTON, Rosemary. 1991. Coastguard Information from Local Records. Family Tree Magazine Vol 8 #1.

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