Anglo-Indian – What do you know?

The golden rule when embarking upon any research project is to start with what you know.

Write down everything that you can about your Indian connections: names; dates and places of birth, marriage and death; occupations; family stories; anything that you can remember. Then put these questions to other members of your family to see if they can fill in any gaps.

It is this information that will provide the launch pad from which you can continue your research. As your investigation continues, you might even uncover photographs of your ancestors in India, that can provide valuable clues as to location, status and even dates.

Anglo-Indian – British records
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