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The GRO maintains an Adopted Children Register and indexes thereto may be examined at FRC.

The indexes give the adopted name of the child and date of adoption but not the names of the natural parents.

(See Army, Navy & Air Force, Museums, PRO.) War deaths are accessible at FRC in separate registers to civil deaths.

Most of the records relating to military service are held at the PRO.

There are many record repositories and libraries in the UK that are of value to the researcher such as the various components of the British Library.

Among hundreds of others are the PRO, the Guildhall Library, the National Libraries of Scotland and Wales and the Library of the Society of Genealogists (So G).

The Imperial War Museum has a department of documents that include British private papers and captured German documents.The FFHS issues a free leaflet called You and Your Record Office, while two books to assist are In and Around Record Repositories in Great Britain & Ireland by Jean Cole & Rosemary Church (in its fourth edition and detailing over 700 record repositories) at #5.95 including overseas surface mail and Tracing your Ancestors in the Public Record Office (also in its fourth edition) at #11.15 including overseas surface mail.These books and many other useful guides to archives are obtainable from FTM, So G and specialist genealogical book services such as S A & M J Raymond of PO Box 35, Exeter, England, EX1 3YZ.Most initial research is likely to be undertaken at the FRC (perusing the Civil Registration indexes or winding through microfilms of the Victorian censuses).Every County has a CRO and there are LDS FHCs situated in major centres throughout the world.

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