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English Genealogical Research in the Major London Repositories

An announcement about the release of a new book about English Genealogical Research in London.

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Announcing the release of the ideal primer for locating and researching English genealogical records with the publication of English Genealogical Research in the Major London Repositories in conjunction with Lulu (www.lulu.com), the world's fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.

English Genealogical Research in the Major London Repositories provides a detailed look at the largest and best collection of genealogical records available in London, England. These include The National Archives, the Family Records Centre, the Society of Genealogists, the Guildhall Library, the British Library, the London Metropolitan Archives, and other locations.

George wrote English Genealogical Research in the Major London Repositories to help researchers who are planning a research trip to England better organize their research time on-site, and to help those researchers working from home to locate the most appropriate repositories to begin their overseas research about British Isles ancestors. His extensive knowledge and research, plus having led researchers through London research venues, make this book an excellent primer for beginning researchers. He chose Lulu because he wanted to be in control of the publishing process and found Lulu's print-on-demand tools to be fast, easy and, most importantly, free.

English Genealogical Research in the Major London Repositories is available for purchase at www.lulu.com and at the author's company Web site at ahaseminars.com.

George G. Morgan has been researching his family's genealogy since he was ten years old. He is the owner and CEO of Aha! Seminars, Inc., a seminar company in the Tampa, Florida, area specializing in continuing education for library personnel and genealogists. He is the prolific author of three previous books, the most recent of which is the critically-acclaimed How to Do Everything with Your Genealogy, published by McGraw-Hill/Osborne.

He has had five online columns over the last decade, including the long-running "Along Those Lines ." at Ancestry.com. He has had literally hundreds of articles in magazines journals, and newsletters published in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and Singapore.

He is also president of the International Society of Family History Writers and Editors, a director of the Genealogical Speakers Guild, a director of the Florida Genealogical Society (Tampa), and belongs to more than twenty genealogical societies in the U.S. and the U.K. He is already at work on another major book scheduled for publication in late 2006.

Link to Publication: http://www.lulu.com/content/253150

Source Information: Morgan, New Providence, NJ, USA: Genealogy Today LLC, 2006.

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