Rhonda Houston's Genealogy Research Hot Tip for Sept. 21st, 1999
Book Review --> "Genealogical Research in England's Public Record Office: A Guide for North Americans", by: Judith Prowse Reid

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The PRO: England's Public Record Office

Here's a book that will assist you in finding your ancestor's birth records in England (while you're living in the US). With this book review and its ISBN you should know where the next place to go when looking for records in England.

- R. Houston


"Genealogical Research in England's Public Record Office: A Guide for North Americans", by: Judith Prowse Reid

Format: Hardcover, 164pp.
Pub. Date: June 1996
Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Company, Incorporated
ISBN: 0806315040

Synopsis

This book discusses genealogical material at the Public Record Office in London--a collection of "documentation resulting from legal, marital, civil, military, religious, and other decisions that have affected the lives of British citizens. . . . {It} offers a list of document codes, such as the AO group (Exchequer and Audit), the PROB group (Prerogative Court of Canterbury), andso on. . . . The bulk of the text is made up of general descriptions of the various kinds of documents within each grouping--emigration, censuses, births, deaths and marriages, army, prisoners, wills, etc. There are also maps of thecounties, both before and after the boundary changes of 1974. An appendix lists addresses, by county, of local record offices. . . . Finally there is an index to all the records in the PRO, arranged by code letter and number." (Booklist) Bibliography.

Reviews and Commentary

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This Book was reviewed by: BookList, Booknews and Library Journal

From BookList:

This inexpensive and clearly written guide will save Americans who travel to England for genealogical research many hours of frustration. It constantly emphasizes the need for preparation before visiting and warns about the delays that may be experienced in the delivery of documents. After extolling the vast quantities of material to be found, it bluntly states that, "However, the PRO is not the place to begin a genealogical enquiry."

What is the PRO? It is a collection, somewhat similar to our National Archives, of all documentation resulting from legal, marital, civil, military, religious, and other decisions that have affected the lives of British citizens

The book starts with helpful details on how to reach the new building in Kew by Underground, bus, or private car and adds details about getting a reader's ticket, photocopying, and the like. It then offers a list of document codes, such as the AO group (Exchecquer and Audit), the PROB group (Prerogative Court of Canterbury), and so on. There is also a list of guides (some of them only leaflets) that should be read before arrival. The bulk of the text is made up of general descriptions of the various kinds of documents within each grouping--emigration, censuses, births, deaths and marriages, army, prisoners, wills, etc. There are also maps of the counties, both before and after the boundary changes of 1974. An appendix lists addresses, by county, of local record offices. An extensive bibliography gives full data for all titles cited in the text as useful guides.

Finally there is an index to all the records in the PRO, arranged by code letter and number The author advises her fellow Americans that much of their work in pedigree hunting has been done for them by the Mormons and published in the Family History Library series by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS). She urges them to make use of the International Genealogical Index (IGI) and the Ancestral File, both of which cover all of England and are on microfiche or CD-ROM at Family History Centers throughout the U.S. Appropriate use of these should be made before attempting the masses of PRO documents in England The book is still very useful, particularly for the specialist who has exhausted the LDS sources in the States, or for whom perhaps a date in the IGI is suspect--too young, or too old--or two persons with the same name. A military record, an emigration roster, or the probated will in the PRO may solve the problem.

From Booknews:

A guide to using the Public Record Office (PRO) in England for English or Welsh genealogical research, providing an introduction to PRO record classes of interest to North American researchers and identifying PRO records available in North American institutions. Includes advice for finding sources of emigration and immigration records, with appendices on local record offices in England and Wales and useful addresses. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

From Library Journal:

Library of Congress reference librarian and LJ reviewer Reid provides a thorough guide for North Americans wishing to investigate genealogical or historical information in the Public Record Office (PRO) in Kew and London, England. (The PRO is the English equivalent of the National Archives in Canada and the United States.) Though it has rich holdings and unique source materials, it is not the place to begin a genealogy inquiry. One of Reid's objectives is to help researchers identify many of the PRO records that may be available from other, more convenient institutions. After helping distinguish the "when" and "why," she gives helpful logistical information for consulting the PRO. From then on she focuses on areas of particular interest to North American researchers. She covers records pertaining to emigration and immigration along with other principal record classes. Anyone researching British heritage will find this a helpful book in planning the investigation. - Scott Hightower, New York Univ.

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Rhonda Houston's Genealogy Research Hot Tip for October 16th, 1999
Resources --> Where to locate: Marriage, Baptismal, Birth, and Death Certificates

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Marriage, Baptismal, Birth, and Death Certificates: --> Funeral Homes, Cemeteries, and Obituaries for International Countries

  1. http://www.findagrave.com/index.html
    Find-A-Grave Website - Search 2.5 million burial records in their new extended database!

  2. http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~pinnell/cemetery.htm
    Cemetery Listings This list has been generated from the author's cemetery searches.

    Note, from the website; "If you have a browser that you can do a "find in page" search, you can search for a specific name, birth or death date. All information in the Comment column was what was written on the tombstone, or because it was on the same stone, and was assumed to be a spouse.

    Note; much of the information originates from USGENWEB Archives, however keep in mind that, "Other" websites are added to this list as well.

  3. http://vitalrec.com/links2.html

    International Vital Records Links ~ This page contains information about where to obtain vital records (such as birth, death & marriage certificates and divorce decrees) from:

    • Canada
    • England & Ireland
    • Australia & New Zealand
    • Austria
    • Guide to Austrian Genealogical Records
    • Finland
    • France
    • Hungary; --> Genealogical and Probate Research Bureau - researchers in Hungary, Slovakia, Austria (Burgenland), Transylvania (part of Romania), Croatia, Slovenia, former Yugoslavia (Banat), and the Ukraine (Sub-Carpathian).
    • Poland
    • Slovakia
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      Marriage, Baptismal, Birth, and Death Certificates: --> Funeral Homes, Cemeteries, and Obituaries for, United States and Canada

  4. http://www.doitnow.com/~moravia/marry.html
    Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates ~ On Line Vital Records consists of websites that will allow you to research --> Marriages, Baptisms, Births, and Deaths <-- DATABASES.

    Note from the website's author --> This collection of links should not be considered complete, documents are always coming on line. It is intended as a shortcut to vital record transcriptions and similar documents anywhere on the web.

  5. http://www.funeralnet.com/search.html
    Search FuneralNet ~ Over 20,000 U.S. and 1,100 Canadian Funeral Homes Listed

  6. http://www.interment.net/us/index.htm
    Cemetery Records on the internet contains Nationwide listings and State Listings

  7. http://ca.geocities.com/maclizard@rogers.com/mac4a.res.html#Civ
    Rhonda's Resource Centre ~ United States Genealogical Archive and Resources Page has links to the:

    #15. History of: Arlington National Cemetery

    #16. U.S. Civil War Center - Chalmette National Cemetery

    #17. Virginia Cemetery Records

    #18. The Electric Cemetery

  8. http://vitalrec.com/index.html
    Vital Records Information ~ United States
    This page contains information about where to obtain vital records (such as birth, death & marriage certificates and divorce decrees) from each state, territory and county of the United States.

  9. http://www.funeral.com/funeralhomes/northamerica/unitedstates/
    United States Funeral Homes Directory ~ This is an interactive map and manual Quick Reference website to State and Territory funeral homes within the United States

  10. http://ca.geocities.com/maclizard@rogers.com/mac1b.res.html#GSL
    Rhonda's Resource Centre ~ Canadian Genealogical Archive and Resources Page has links to the:

    A. Olive Tree Genealogy --> Canadian Births or Baptism, Deaths and Marriages Exchange provides genealogists with a free resource for sharing information about details contained on certificates registered in Canada.

    B. Canadian Genealogy and History Links --> Cemetery - Obituary web site is another fantastic package offered by CanGen. The list includes National and Provincial links to cemeteries, newspapers, funeral homes and more.

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    Rhonda Houston's Genealogy Research Hot Tip for October 22nd, 1999
    Resources --> 14 Historical, Archives, Data and Utility Resources for Researching on the Internet

      How To Links In Researching Specific Topics

    1. http://www.angelfire.com/ks/windshipgenhelp/census1.html
               Gateway To Census Research - this page contains 30 topics dealing with CENSUS research links and how to use the census in research.

    2. http://www.angelfire.com/ks/windshipgenhelp/ghnindex.html
      This page refers to, Genealogy Help Network Index pointing to numerous links which is there to assist any researcher.

      World War Links

    3. http://www.anzac.org/
      SOMME, A LAND OF HISTORY AND REMEMBRANCE (in English and French). ". . . is a symbol of the British Commonwealth troops committing during the First World War. This website has been conceived for helping overseas visitors to organise their travel to the Somme battlefields and memorials and to follow in the Australian and New Zealander fighters' footsteps. . ."

      International Genealogy Research

      {United Kingdom}

    4. http://www.angelfire.com/ks/windshipgenhelp/link.html
      This page refers to, Genealogy Help Network's INTERNATIONAL CENTER which illistrates links to Genealogy Research in; England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales

      {United States}

    5. http://www.angelfire.com/ks/windshipgenhelp/trails.html
      This page refers to, Genealogy Help Network's Gateway To Migration Trails Of Pioneers.There are 20 trails documented on this site.

    6. http://www.couchgenweb.com/arkansas/izard/cwar/statearc.html
      STATE ARCHIVES REFERRAL LIST

    7. http://members.tripod.com/coker/faq7.html
      South Carolina's Resources Archives etc AND MORE

    8. http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/rulib/socsci/hist/civwar-2.html
      Civil War Resources on the Internet

      {Scotland}

    9. http://www.users.on.net/proformat/sctnames.html
      ON- Line Scottish Name Research Directory --> Covering the counties: Aberdeenshire [ABD], Bute [BUT], Dunbartonshire [DNB], Kincardineshire [KCD], Moray [MOR], Ross & Cromarty [ROC] Shetland [SHI]

      {Canada}

    10. http://www.calcna.ab.ca/afhs/bmd92/b92_o.html
      ALBERTA FAMILY HISTORIES SOCIETY - Births

    11. http://www.quinte.on.ca/sites/heritagebr.htm
      Bay of Quinte Resource and Archive information

      {South Africa}

    12. http://home.global.co.za/~mercon/lookup.htm
      South African Genealogy

      {Research Utilities}

    13. http://www.ncal.verio.com/~suntzu75/docs/elecmdia.txt
      This is a listing of newspapers, magazines, TV stations and other media outlets that accept electronic submissions.

    14. http://www.iTools.com/research-it/
      Research-It! - Your one-stop reference desk - Thanks to Virginia Conklin for locating this latest link for us. The following list is a small sample of the combined utilities this one page has.
      I) Dictionaries:
        A) English (Merriam Webster)
        B) Computing(FOLDOC)
        C) Rhyme(Rhyming Dictionary)
        D) Pronounce (CMU Pronouncing Dict.)
        E) Law (Law.com Dictionary)
        F) Thesaurus English (Merriam Webster)

      II) Translator -
        A)Word in any language - Will translate to/from: English, French, Danish, Spanish, Swedish, German, Italian, Turkish, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Czech, Slovenian, Romanian, Latvian, Serbian, Croatian, Polish, Greek, Chinese, Japanese, Latin and more


    15. http://enws347.eas.asu.edu:8000/~buckner/bdform.html
      Birthdate Calculator - Handy tool that calculates a birthdate from the death date and age at death in year-month-day format.

    16. http://www.firstct.com/fv/oldhand.html
      Deciphering Old Handwriting - This online tutorial will help you understand old records with the written script, words and their meanings that have changed over the years.

    17. http://www.nara.gov/genealogy/soundex/soundex.html
      Soundex Machine - Automatically translates surnames into the Soundex reference used to locate individuals in U.S. Census from 1880 forward.


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      Rhonda Houston's Genealogy Research Hot Tip for October 26th, 1999
      Resources --> Searching For Church Records That Present More Detail of Families and the Individual.

      Searching For In Depth Church Records

      Church Histories

               In your research, you may want more than names and dates of your ancestors on a page... you might want to know how they lived, what they believed, and so on. Church histories can provide records of births, baptisms, and deaths BUT they also can and do indicate other significant events in the lives of the people and families of their congregations.

               A list of repositories are given below. The addresses may also be especially helpful if you have an ancestor who was a minister. I suggest you write first and find out what information is available and the hours they are open to the public. - - - - Rhonda

      Postal Addresses - {USA}

      American Baptist:
      Samuel B. Colgate Historical Library, 
      1106 S. Goodman St., 
      Rochester, NY 14620;
      
      Alabama Baptist Historical Collection, 
      Samford University, 
      800 Lakeshore Drive, 
      Birmingham, AL 35229.
      
      CONGREGATIONAL: 
      Congregational Library, 
      14 Beacon Street, 
      Boston, MA 02108
      
      DISCIPLES OF CHRIST: 
      Disciples of Christ Historical Society, 
      Library Archives, 
      1101, 19th ve S., 
      Nashville, TN 37212
      
      HUGUENOT: 
      Huguenot Historical Society, 
      Box 339, New Palta, NY 12561
      
      LUTHERAN: 
      Lutheran Church in America Archives: 
      Lutheran School of Theology,
      1100 E. 55th St., 
      Chicago, IL
      
      METHODIST: 
      United Methodist Church, 
      General Commission on Archives & History, 
      36 Madison Avenue, NJ 07940; 
      P. O. Box 127, 
      Madison, NJ 07940
      
      MORAVIAN: 
      The Moravian Archives, 
      41 W. Locust St., 
      Bethlehem, PA 18018;
      
      Moravian Archives - Southern Provinces, 
      Drawer M, 
      Salem Station,
      Winston-Salem, NC 27108;
      
      Moravian Historical Society, 
      Nazareth, PA 18064
      
      PRESBYTERIAN: 
      Presbyterian Historical Foundation, 
      Box 849, 
      Montreat, NC 28757
      
      QUAKER: 
      Friends Historical Library, 
      Swarthmore College, 
      Swarthmore, PA 19081
      

      Internet Church Sites - {International}

        Australia

      1. http://www.cohsoft.com.au/afhc/
        Australian Family History Compendium

        Canada

      2. http://www.uccan.org/archives/using.htm
        The United Church of Canada Archives Network

      3. http://www.npsnet.com/bcgs/bcgsrl_8.htm
        British Columbia Genealogical Society: BCGS RESOURCE CENTRE LIBRARY CATALOGUE

      4. http://www.leth.net/fhc/pei.htm
        Prince Edward Island Resources

      5. http://www.usask.ca/archives/car/relig.html
        Canadian Archival Resources on the Internet: Religious Archives

        Ireland

      6. http://www.bess.tcd.ie/roots/church.html
        Irish Church Records by Roberta Gaynor

      7. http://indigo.ie/~rfinder/spec.htm
        GRENHAM'S Irish Recordfinder: an expert system for genealogical research on Irish records

      8. http://www.ireland.com/ancestor/browse/links/Libraries.html
        [Libraries and Repositories] [Societies] [Counties] [Families] [Passenger & Emigrant Lists]

      9. http://www.ireland.com/ancestor/browse/records/news/poni.html
        Northern Ireland: General Repositories

      10. http://indigo.ie/~cccdub/archives/aacinfo.html
        THE ARCHIVES OFCHRIST CHURCH, DUBLIN

        South Africa

      11. http://africa-research.csusb.edu/countries/southl.htm
        South Africa's National Archives

        Special Interest Groups

      12. http://www.cs.cmu.edu/People/spok/catholic.html
        Catholic Resources on the Net

      13. http://www.spies.com/dell/etext.html
        Major Repositories, Special Interest, Religious

      14. http://www2.genealogy.net/CGB/genetxt
        GEDCOM Downloads -- you will have to visit this site to see if there is anything there for you - it has hundreds of ZIP files with specific areas indicated -

        United Kingdom

      15. http://www.hmc.gov.uk/accessions/1997/97digests/religion.htm
        NATIONAL, UNIVERSITY AND SPECIAL REPOSITORIES Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts: Major Accessions to Repositories in 1997 relating to Religious History

      16. http://www.westwales.co.uk/dfhs/cmnabgi.htm
        Parish Church, Abergwili, CMNRepositories

      17. http://www.westwales.co.uk/dfhs/pempena.htm
        St.Nicholas Church, Penalun, PEM

      18. http://www.westwales.co.uk/dfhs/pemhavt.htm
        St. Martin's Church, Hwlffordd, PEM

      19. http://members.aol.com/NNWFHS/
        NUNEATON & NORTH WARWICKSHIRE FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY

      20. http://www.gmcro.u-net.com/purple2.htm
        GREATER MANCHESTER ARCHIVES: a guide to local repositories

      21. http://ihr.sas.ac.uk/ihr/nra/nratbase.html
        National Repositories: Department Of Manuscripts, British Library

      22. http://www.rootsweb.com/~bwo/england.html
        Books We Own Books We Own is a list of resources owned/accessed by ROOTS-L mailing list members and others who are willing to look up genealogical information and e-mail or snail mail it to others who request it. This page deal with the books owned on - England -.

        USA

      23. http://www.elca.org/os/archives/publist.html
        Published Guides for Collections of the Archives of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

      24. http://www.rootsweb.com/~pasomers/church_list.htm
        Somerset County, PAGenWeb Church Repositories (Archives)


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      Rhonda Houston's Genealogy Research Hot Tip for February 20th, 2000
      Resources --> Searching For Cemeteries and Graves for Confederate Prisoners of War.

      Searching For Cemeteries and Graves for Confederate Prisoners who died in Northern prisons and hospitals.

      The following excerpt explains the content of roll M918. It was taken from:

        http://www.nara.gov/publications/microfilm/biographical/genbio4.txt 
      
      Scroll part way down the page until you come to:
      
      . . .Records of the Office of the Quartermaster General 
      (Record Group 92)
      
      Register of Confederate Soldiers, Sailors, and Citizens
      Who Died in Federal Prisons and Military Hospitals in the North,
      1861-1865. M918. 1 roll. DP.
      
      This microfilm publication reproduces a 665-page register of
      Confederate soldiers, sailors, and citizens who died in federal
      prisons and military hospitals in the North, 1861-65. The
      register was compiled in 1912 in the Office of the Commissioner
      for Marking the Graves of Confederate Dead.
      
           The burial lists are generally arranged alphabetically by
      name of prison camp or other location where the death occurred.
      The table of contents at the beginning of the volume is similarly
      arranged, although a few cemetery names are also listed;
      appropriate page numbers are cited in each instance. The
      individual burial lists are arranged alphabetically by name of
      deceased and generally give the name, rank, company, regiment,
      date of death, and number and location of grave for each
      individual interred. However, this information in its entirety is
      not available for all cases. Some cemeteries, for example, did
      not bury the dead in numbered graves and, in some instances,
      regimental and company designations or dates of death are not
      entered in the register. A few entries are for private
      Confederate citizens interred in the various cemeteries, and some
      are for unknown graves.
      
      Other entries are for bodies no longer interred in the
      particular cemetery under which they are listed, and these
      entries contain such notations as "removed," "sent home," and
      "body taken home by friends." All the pages for the Green Lawn
      Cemetery in Indianapolis, IN, have been lined through and a
      notation added that "Remains of above removed to lot 285, Sec.
      32, Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Ind., and reinterred as
      unknowns on Oct. 27, 1931." Some of the entries contain
      references to explanatory notes that are at the beginning or end
      of the burial list.. . .
      
      


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