Thursday, April 5th, 2012 at
The Society of Genealogists’ Book of the Month for April is My Ancestors were Londoners, by Cliff Webb. Now in its sixth edition, this perennially popular title continues to be an invaluable aid to family historians who come across Londoners during the course of their research. A large proportion of the population has always lived in the London area, so the chances of finding a Londoner in your tree are certainly high! Throughout the month of April, My Ancestors were Londoners is available to members of the society for £6.47, or £7.19 for non-members. This book, along with the full range of Society of Genealogists publications, plus many others, is available from our bookshop and online at www.sog.org.uk
Offer ends 30/04/12
Tuesday, March 6th, 2012 at
The Society’s Book of the Month for March is My Ancestor was an Apprentice, by Stuart Raymond. Most of us have apprentices among our ancestors, since for several centuries it was a legal requirement to serve an apprenticeship before practicing a trade. This book outlines the history of apprenticeship, describes the records which survive and suggests ways in which researchers can investigate apprentices in their family tree. For the month of March, My Ancestor was an Apprentice is available at the special offer price of £7.19, or £6.47 for members of the Society. Offer ends 31/03/2012.
Wednesday, December 7th, 2011 at
The Society of Genealogists is delighted to announce the publication of My Ancestor Settled in the British West Indies by John Titford, FSG. This book is a comprehensive guide to the location and use of records of British ancestors who moved to the British West Indies, and also Bermuda, British Guiana (Guyana) and British Honduras (Belize). Organized in an easy to use, territory by territory format, John Titford’s book will guide you through the records available, and also warn you of the pitfalls which may lay along the way in researching this fascinating subject. John Titford is a professional genealogist, freelance writer and lecturer and was elected a Fellow of the Society of Genealogists in 2004. My Ancestor Settled in the British West Indies is available from the Society’s bookshop and online at www.sog.org.uk, price £9.99. As ever, members of the Society receive a 10% discount on Society publications.
Wednesday, November 16th, 2011 at
The Society of Genealogists is delighted to make My Ancestor was a Royal Marine by Ken Divall available as our first ebook. The ebook is now available to download for Kindle users through Amazon, price £5.69, or $9.14 if you are in the USA. There will be further Society of Genealogists ebooks made available in the coming months, and we’ll keep you informed as and when these become available.
Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011 at
November is a time of remembrance, when many people’s thoughts turn to their military ancestors and the Society of Genealogists is offering My Ancestor was in the British Army by Michael and Christopher Watts as our book of the month for November. Members and non-members alike can enjoy a 20% discount on the price of this comprehensive guide to British Army records during November. This book is an aid to family historians tracing ancestors who served in the British Army from 1660 up until World War Two. Members can take advantage of this offer in addition to their existing member’s discount, but unfortunately the offer is not available on trade orders. My Ancestor was in the British Army is available from the Society of Genealogists bookshop and online at www.sog.org.uk
Offer ends 30/11/11