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The Internet has become an indispensable tool for genealogists. It enables them to exchange information about methods and to publish results quickly. A number of sites have appeared which include a great deal of information and also many links. It will take you a long time to examine all parts of any of these. In general, they are very reliable and their authors are experts. If you want to start your study with a smaller site before looking at these larger ones, try Norman Buckley's Help with Genealogy. An example of what developments we might expect in the next few years can be seen at Cheshire BMD where the indexes of the Cheshire Register Offices can be seen on-line.
There is also a growing interest in the history of one's home. When and under what circumstances was it built? Who lived there previously?
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