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How To Find Your Nail-maker Ancestors
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Key Sources
Some registers no longer survive or have gaps, particularly during the Commonwealth period. Entries may be brief, difficult to read and in Latin. Pedigrees of armigerous families are held at the heraldic authority the College of Arms in London; you
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Hampshire Directory
a Hampshire Record Office, Sussex Street, Winchester SO23 8TH t 01962 846154 e archives.enquiries@hants.gov. uk w hants.gov.uk/archives The website has details of the archive’s parish registers, electoral registers, newspapers, cemetery and burial re