Using the internet is the easiest and quickest way to find source material and information for those researching their family history. However, the huge number of websites available can become overwhelming and the Net can prove to be a very frustrating place. This indispensable book is divided into sections and includes a list of sites which deal with the whole spectrum of genealogy. There is a full alphabetical subject guide, providing an accessible directory of web addresses grouped under straightforward headings such as Birth, Marriages & Deaths; Law & Order; Surnames; and Wartime and Military Sources. An index helps to locate specific topics.
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