Internet research of the archives in Britain has become more available and easier. Now we have put Book 1 on a CD ROM, so that you can have this marvellous research aid running on your computer whilst you are searching the indexes for your ancestor. It is quick and easy to access all the information in the book.
Archive indexes of British data is growing, but you still need to know if those indexes are the relevant period to your research and when the records could exist. Also, this CD will tell you where the originals can be seen and a short description of those archives. The charts and helpful hints in What Date Book 1 do all this.
The Timeline charts are especially useful for showing when an archive begins and ends. This CD ROM is a great help in identifying what you are looking at in the Helpful Hints section.
Also, when you are online to any of the sites that run the General Registrar�s Indexes of Births, Marriages and Deaths, you have the areas of registration quickly identified from the registration maps at the back of the CD ROM.
There is advice on �How to Begin� your family history research, and on the Internet with links to a list of useful sites, which are just a click away.