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Illegitimate Ancestors

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In this audio download in the series of Nosey Genealogist Master Mind Audio Programmes we
explore the records created by the The Tithe Commutation Act of 1836. If you have a rural ancestor of what ever status, landlord or occupier of a piece of land then this massive survey of England and Wales can shed light on your ancestor and where they lived! Where to find these records and what is recently online, including the new release from TheGenealogist in partnership with The National Archives.

These audio tutorials give family history researchers much valuable information that can help untangle the elusive
roots and branches of an English/Welsh family tree.

By approaching various family history themes in an accessible 16 minutes to half an hour or so, the listener to these audio programmes will gain knowledge of the
relevant documents and resources and so be equipped to use what they have learnt in search of their own ancestors.


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