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- From: "Jane Hewitt" <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2007 12:05:34 EST
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Hi, I've been receiving the list for a while now and wanted to alert the readers to our site now that we're offering a library programme. Full details below - please check out the site at www.originsnetwork.com and also www.burkes-peerage.net Please contact me for further details. Thanks, Jane Hewitt The Origins Network (www.originsnetwork.com), specialists in British and Irish genealogy, has recently launched its Library programme, offering access to libraries and institutions. The Origins Network offers online access to some of the richest family history information available, working in partnership with leading archives and genealogical societies in the UK and Ireland. These include the Society of Genealogists, National Library of Ireland, Eneclann and The Borthwick Institute. The data on The Origins Network, ranging from the 20th to the 13th century and mostly available nowhere else, includes 1841 and 1871 England and Wales census records, indexes to parish registers, wills, apprenticeship records, court records, property records, and much more. Prices for libraries start from as little as =A3200 (around $390 USD) per year and full information can be found here: http://www.originsnetwork.com/libraries-prog.aspx Access can be set up quickly - we will require your IP ranges and a contact name for registering as the administrator. For more information, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 76814046
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