Researching Ancestors in the East India Company Armies provides a thorough analysis of the relevant biographical sources together with an informed commentary and a series of useful tables and appendices.A valuable feature of this book is the provision of precise film references for the biographical material microfilmed by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The author has separated records from those relating to 'officers' from those relating to 'soldiers'.
This book also includes much useful material relating to pensions and wills. Here is an essential reference tool for genealogical researchers, whether they are concerned merely to complete a family tree, or to go further and investigate their ancestors' lives in India in some depth.
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Manufacturer/Publisher: Families in British India Soc
Author: Peter Bailey