Tracing Your House History
Many people would like to find out more about the history of their house and if this sounds like you then there is a great book that is both compact and filled with practical information. The book is equally of interest to those who live in a manor house or a small cottage cottage, a tied house, a two up and two down Victorian terrace, a twentieth-century council house or even a converted warehouse
In Tracing Your House History the author, Gill Blanchard, shows the reader how to trace the history of their home be it a house or a flat. All this is done in a series of concise, information-filled chapters that will help you understand the lives of the people who lived in your home before you as well as understanding how to fit what you discover into the wider history of your city, town or village.
Gill Blanchard explores what can be found in a wealth of historical evidence that is available to researchers in libraries, archives and record offices as well as in books and in online resources. The book looks at these resources in detail and explains their significance before pointing the researcher towards finding the most relevant, and revealing, aspects of them. Gill has made the research process understandable, accessible and fun in this book, and she manages to demystify the sometimes obscure language and layout of the documents that people doing their house history will come up against.
- The ideal introduction for anyone researching the history of their house and home
- Identifies the key local and national sources that researchers can use
- Shows you how you can discover who lived in your property in the past
- Describes how buildings are adapted as times change
- Explains the development of regional architectural styles
Paperback available from S&N Genealogy Supplies
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