Family History Nuts and Bolts: Problem-Solving Through Family Reconstitution Techniques
By Andrew Todd
(Andrew Todd, 108 pages, £ 8) I was delighted to know that this useful little book had been reissued as I have been recommending it to my students for years. The new edition is nearly double the size and well worth the £ 8 price.
Todd sets out to convince us we should research whole family groups rather than individual ancestors and his arguments for this are good ones, with many interesting examples showing how research problems can be solved with these techniques.
A highly readable text is combined with equally useful and original diagrams. The whole book is packed with tips and interesting insights into common problems that we all
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