Records relating to an ancestor’s death are often discarded initially when we begin to research our family history in this talk Jane Fox will illustrate and discuss how the various records produced in relation to someone’s death can tell us a great deal about an ancestor’s life and add ‘flesh to the bones’ of your own research.
There will be a Question and Answer session
Date and Time: 3 December, 14:00 (UK)
Speaker: Jane Fox
What you need to know:
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