Every generation Media have compiled an excellent reading list with a selection of the books available to assist with your genealogy family research

Genealogy Books
  • Kathy Chater, Tracing Your Family Tree (Lorenz Books, 2009)
  • Peter Christian, The Genealogist's Internet (Public Record Office/The National Archives, 2005)
  • Paul Crooks, A Tree Without Roots: The Guide to Tracing African, Anglo and Asian Ancestry in the Caribbean (Black Amber Books, 2008)
  • Guy Grannum, Tracing Your Caribbean Ancestors (Bloomsbury Publications, 2012)
  • Stephen D Porter, Jamaican Records: A Research Manual (Stephen D Porter, 1999)
  • Madeleine E Mitchell, Jamaican Ancestry: How to Find Out More (Heritage Books 1998)
  • Michael Ayer ‘Caribbean in Sepia’ (Every Generation Media January 2013). Over 320 pages on the history of photographic images of the Caribbean from 1840 to 1900. Further information and pre order This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • R Kershaw & M Pearsall, Immigrants and Aliens: Guides to Sources on UK Immigration and Citizenship (PRO Publications, 2000)
  • Stephen Bourne ‘The Motherland Calls: Britain's Black Servicemen & Women, 1939-45’ (The History Press 2012).
  • Caribbeana: Miscellaneous papers relating to the history, genealogy, topography & antiquities of the British West Indies. Library the National Archives (Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke, 1910, CanDoo Creative Publishing, 2005)
  • Robin Walker, When We Ruled (Every Generation Media, 2006)

Using Maps to Trace your Family History
Every Generation, using maps from the Royal Geographic Society library, develop a resource guide, for for the Exhibition Rediscovering African Geographies, which took place at The Royal Geographical Society - 22 March - 28 April 2011
Event Flyer (PDF)    Resource Guide (PDF)

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