Friday, 9 January 2009

The Family and Local History Handbook Omnibus

A new CD product is soon to be released from Robert Blatchford Publishing Ltd, which will be of immense interest to those researching both Scottish and British family history.

The Family and Local History Handbook Omnibus data disc (ISBN 978 0 9552399 2 2) contains reproductions of the first ten editions of The Family and Local History Handbook. First published in 1997, this annually produced handbook has become the essential companion to family history research. Each edition has now been brought together for the first time to create this omnibus edition, faithfully reproduced as PDF files which can be easily read on any computer. The disc contains over 650 extensive and wide ranging articles written by leading experts in family history, covering everything from beginning your family history to areas of specific research, as well as advice on using the internet, digital technology, local history and military sources.

Amongst the wide range of articles contained on the CD are dozens specifically of Scottish interest, including items on the Glasgow Police Museum, Scottish Poor Law Records, Scottish 'Term Days', Scottish Irregular Marriages, and many more.

The Family and Local History Handbook Omnibus will be launched and available at Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE, at a recommended Retail Price: £14.99, but Robert Blatchford Publishing is doing a Special Online Price with Advance Orders Being Taken NOW!

Payments can be made by Credit Card (MasterCard & Visa), Debit Card & Maestro Accepted via the secure server on the company website at
www.genealogical.co.uk or by UK Phone: 01904 332638 (Europe & Rest of the World Phone: +44 1904 332 638)

Payment may also be made by £ sterling cheque with full cheque card details. Please write to Robert Blatchford Publishing Ltd, 33 Nursery Road, Nether Poppleton, York YO26 6NN UK


Chris

www.ScotlandsGreatestStory.co.uk
Scotland's Greatest Story
Professional family history research & genealogical problem solving

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