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Find your Nottinghamshire kin and more
To go with our region guide to the county of Nottinghamshire, we’ve got two sets of data from the county for you to look at.
Anguline Research Archives have provided an extract of Kelly’s 1895 Nottingham and
Derby Directory. The section in the extract lists the private residents of Nottingham.
Direct Resources have given readers all the names from three files from the 1855 Post Office Nottinghamshire directory. The settlements included are Nottingham, Newark and Mansfield.
To download these two resources, please click here.
Reader research stories from the archive
Lost at the Somme – The tragic death of a 21-year-old Lewis gunner at the battle of the Somme
Saving his future wife – How a chance online discovery led to the truth behind a courageous act in post Civil War America
To download these two case studies packed with tips, please click here
Organise your research
To help you get started with recording your research, we’ve got a series of forms and charts designed by the YFT experts. These include a 1911 Census form, a five-generation chart and a research checklist.
To download these, click here.
Articles and surnames indexes
Search the Your Family Tree back issue database to find the issue number for relevant articles, and in which issue over 400 surnames appear in by downloading the indexes here.
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