The National Archives have released the records of thousands of 19th century immigrants to Britain a

By: Family Heritage Search  09/05/2013
Keywords: Family History Research

The National Archives have released the records of thousands of 19th century immigrants to Britain are now available to search and download online. The collection, which covers the period 1801 to 1871, includes records relating to more than 7,000 people who applied to become British citizens under the 1844 Naturalisation Act, as well as a small number of papers relating to denization, a form of British citizenship that conferred some but not all the rights of a British subject. http://bit.ly/16hrVAu

Keywords: Family History Research

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