Tracing Your Seafaring Ancestors PDF ePub eBook

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Tracing Your Seafaring Ancestors free pdf Photographs of your seafaring ancestors may tell you more about their lives than you realize, and Simon Wills's helpful and practical guide shows you how to identify and interpret the evidence caught on camera. Since maritime roles have been so vital to Britain's prosperity and military might, they are among the commonest professions depicted in photographs of our ancestors, and his handbook is the ideal introduction to them. Maybe your ancestor was a seaman in the Royal Navy, a ship's captain, a steward on an ocean liner, or an officer in the naval reserves? This book shows you how to spot photographic clues to an individual's career. Whether your ancestor served in the merchant navy or the Royal Navy or in another seagoing role such as a fisherman, a lifeboatman, or even a ship's passenger, Simon Wills's book will be your guide.

About Simon Wills

Dr Simon Wills is a genealogist and journalist and a regular contributor to Family Tree, Your Family History and other magazines. He writes mainly about maritime history and genealogy, but he also has a special interest in health and disease in the past. He works as an information specialist, writer and advisor to the National Health Service and other healthcare organizations. His most recent publications are Tracing Your Merchant Navy Ancestors and How Our Ancestors Died.

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Author : Simon Wills
Publisher : Pen
Data Published :
ISBN : 1473834333
EAN : 9781473834330
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 192 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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