Introduction to family history sources in Asian & African Studies
13 March (12.00-13.30); 17 April (12.00-13.30); 15 May (12.00-13.30)
If you are trying to trace details of theÂ births/baptisms, marriages and/or burials of Europeans who were born, married or died in South Asia (including Burma, but excluding Sri Lanka) before independence in 1947/48, then this session should be of interest. Previous knowledge of the topic is neither expected nor required. The session includes a brief overview of the historical background together with practical advice in how to access the genealogical data held in the collection. Participants do not have to be registered Readers.
To find out more or to book a place, please emailÂ [email protected]Â or speak to a member of staff at theÂ Asian & African Studies Reference Desk.
Beyond baptisms, marriages and burials: additional family history sources in Asian & African Studies
13 March (14.30-16.00); 17 April (14.30-16.00); 15 May (14.30-16.00)
This session provides information about the wealth of printed, online and visual material available toÂ family history researchers in forms such as wills, photographs, biographical compilations, newspapers and directories.Â It is useful, but not necessary, to have attended the introductory session. Military ancestry is not covered, being the subject of a separate session.
To find out more or to book a place, please emailÂ [email protected]Â or speak to a member of staff at the Asian & African Studies Reference Desk.