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Cheshire, England : Classification : Travellers / Romany / Canal Folk

Records for Travellers, Romany and Canal folk can be difficult to trace due to the inherent nature of this lifestyle. These records may cover barge workers and other itinerant workers too.

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Classification:Travellers / Romany / Canal Folk
Title:Boat Families of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal and Connected Waterways
Description:Boat Families website produced by the Ormskirk and District Family History Society
Classification:Travellers / Romany / Canal Folk
Title:Gipsy Life: Being an Account of Our Gipsies and Their Children
Description:Book - Gipsy Life: Being an Account of Our Gipsies and Their Children
Extra Info:Online book. published 1880. Includes extracts from newspapers and magazine articles and much more about their lives.
Classification:Travellers / Romany / Canal Folk
Title:Romany & Traveller Family History Society
Description:Romany & Traveller Family History Society | Research your roots and learn about your heritage.
Classification:Newspapers, Photographs / Pictures, Travellers / Romany / Canal Folk
Title:Romany Genes Website
Description:Romany Genes Website
Extra Info:Many photographs and pictures of those with Romany genes and their homes.
Classification:Prisoner / Trial / Conviction / Court Records, Migrant / Emmigration Lists and Records, Travellers / Romany / Canal Folk
Title:Romany References and Records
Description:Romany References and Records
Extra Info:This is an archived copy of a site that is no longer active, although most information still seems to be available.

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