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The FFHS issues a free leaflet called You and Your Record Office, while two books to assist are In and Around Record Repositories in Great Britain & Ireland by Jean Cole & Rosemary Church (in its fourth edition and detailing over 700 record repositories) at #5.95 including overseas surface mail and Tracing your Ancestors in the Public Record Office (also in its fourth edition) at #11.15 including overseas surface mail.
This is a phenomenal, and free, fully searchable archive for those researchers fortunate enough to own a PC with access to the World Wide Web.
Webster's defines ancestry as a line of descent or persons initiating or comprising a line of descent. Access the ever increasing riches of the Internet's World Wide Web. See if there is a FHS dedicated to your area of research. View the IGI and refer to the library's books and materials. If you live outside the UK, complete your preliminary research before you contact organisations in the UK.
Before you begin tracing your own ancestry, write on paper what you want to accomplish. Check whether someone has previously researched your area(s) of interest. Many records exist for children and men learning a trade.
The War Museum is at Lambeth Road, London, England, SE1 6HZ. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission was set up to identify and maintain the graves of Commonwealth forces killed in World Wars I and II.
Records are also kept of those who have no known graves.