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Thursday, December 05, 2019

Researching Ancestors in British India

Did your ancestor fight in the Boer War? Work for the Railway in India? Work for the East India Company? If the answer to any of these questions then this is one day of virtual learning that you won't want to miss. Anglo-India research expert Emma Jolly will share her vast knowledge with us during a one day virtual institute on Wednesday March 18th, 2020

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GETTING STARTED WITH ANGLO-INDIAN RESEARCH
RESEARCHING AT THE BRITISH LIBRARY AND OTHER ARCHIVES
ONLINE SOURCES

THE ANGLO-INDIAN COMMUNITY

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Emma Jolly MA is a professional genealogist and writer. Based in London, Emma writes regularly for family history publications and is the author of four books. Emma's media work includes radio and television appearances, as well as research for British and Swedish television channels, independent production companies, and national newspapers. She also edits the monthly newsletter of the Society of Genealogists. Emma specializes in genealogy problem-solving, tracing living relatives (alongside DNA test analysis), London history, social history, women's history and the British in India.


To register: https://isbgfh.wildapricot.org/

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