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Cathy although I've only used the free trial with Ancestry I also found Ancestry would be more helpful to people researching records in USA I was a bit disappointed trying to get results from Italy but there again perhaps I wasnt using it correctly.
(Sorry Poipu for butting in here but I'd like to ask Cathy this question about Ancestry)
Recently someone had posted on I.G. that there are new records on Ancestry -records/books about Italians travelling to UK in the late 1800's but they weren't indexed and it meant you just had to read through them and if you were lucky you may find who you were searching for but I'm afraid I'm a bit confused regards to what heading I should be looking for? I've been told I can get access to Ancestry at out local library and I thought it would be worth looking up to see if I could trace my grandparents arrival in UK. because to date I've alwasy been told it wasnt compulsory for records to be kept i.e/ ships manifest etc. of Italians arriving in UK at that time and no records were available but now it seems some 'journals/books/records ' have been found and Ancestry are putting them on line.? Any idea of what I should type in, or what title I should be looking for?
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