USE­FUL SOURCES

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AR­CHIVES The Na­tional Ar­chives Ruskin Av­enue, Kew TW9 4DU

na­tion­alarchives.gov.uk The Li­brary of the Religious So­ci­ety of Friends in Bri­tain ( Quak­ers) Friends House, 173-177 Eus­ton Road, Lon­don NW1 2BJ

quaker.org.uk/ li­brary Jewish Ge­nealog­i­cal So­ci­ety of Great Bri­tain 33 Sey­mour Place, Lon­don W1H 5AU

jgsgb.org.uk BOOKS Bish­ops’ Tran­scripts and Mar­riage Li­cences, Bonds and Al­le­ga­tions, by Jeremy Gib­son ( The Fam­ily His­tory Part­ner­ship, 2013) Non­con­formist An­ces­tors, by Eve McLaugh­lin ( Var­neys Press, 2004) Trac­ing Your Huguenot An­ces­tors, by Kathy Chater ( Pen & Sword Books, 2012) The So­ci­ety of Ge­neal­o­gists also pro­duces a num­ber of pub­li­ca­tions that may help with non­con­formist re­search. This in­cludes the My An­ces­tors Were… se­ries, which has ti­tles on Methodists and Bap­tists. De­tails can be found by vis­it­ing its web­site at sog.org.uk/ books- cour­ses/ books-pub­li­ca­tions. WEB­SITES My Methodist His­tory

mymethodis­this­tory.org.uk This pro­vides de­tails of peo­ple, chapels and places con­cerned with Method­ism. Prim­i­tive and Wes­leyan Method­ism are cov­ered by myprim­i­tive methodists.org.uk and my­wes­leyan­methodists.org.uk.

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