An examination of the history, structure and genealogical research possibilities of the 1801-1911 censuses, as well as the 1939 National Register of England and Wales.
These Virtual Meetings are NOT mandatory. They are a fun and interactive way to ask questions about the courses and/or research at a relevant session.
You can enhance your learning experience by joining a virtual meeting regarding your studies and asking questions.
What an impressive achievement! It took a lot of hard work, patience, and determination to reach your goal. It is time to celebrate the success of all our recent graduates. We are so very proud of all of you.
Introducing the Graduates of the English Records Certificate between June 2019 and October 2021.
John Boeren, PLCGS
Allison Bourne-Bowers, PLCGS
Angela Breidenbach, PLCGS
Sabrina Brenot, PLCGS
Christel Call, PLCGS
Judith Fayter, PLCGS
Kendra Gaede, PLCGS
James Hill, PLCGS
Dianne Kayess, PLCGS
Eric William Kopittke, PLCGS
Mariann Littell, PLCGS
Tammy Lough, PLCGS
Maria Murphy, PLCGS
Carol Murray, PLCGS
Evelyn Page, PLCGS
Lynn Reesor, PLCGS
Carolyn Trickey-Bapty, PLCGS
Justina Vickerman, PLCGS
Warmest congratulations to all our graduates…
Louise St Denis and our team at The National Institute for Genealogical Studies
Graduates have completed all requirements for our 40-course English Records Certificate, which includes the following compulsory English Records courses:
English/Scottish: Occupations – Military and Services
English: Non-Anglican Church Records
English: Occupations – Professions and Trades
English: Poor Law and Parish Chest Records
English: Understanding Names in Genealogy
English: Court Records-Criminal, Civil & Ecclesiastical
English: Education, Health & Contemporary Documents
English: Land and Property Records Including Manorial Documents and Maps
English: Taxes, Lists, Business, Electoral and Insurance Records
To recognize all of our graduates throughout the years, please go to our website at www.genealogicalstudies.com, click on the menu item INSTITUTE, and then GRADUATES. Be patient, the list is long and therefore takes time to display.
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Researching pre 1800s England? Need some resources? The National Institute’s instructor Brenda Wheeler has some websites that just might help.
Want more English genealogy resources? Check out our monthly English Records Virtual Meeting.