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Is the culmination of many years research by Sue Gibbons, Librarian at Society of Genealogists. Seven chapters with illustrations give an insight into the trade and lives of German pork-butchers in Britain. Has pertinent reports from the Meat Trade's Journal 1888-1898 and 1913-1915 about the immigrant pork-butchers and their businesses. Looks at local studies libraries, with accounts of riots that took place against them and their shops during WWI, official sources at local archives and at the Public Record Office at Kew for census and naturalisation material. Concludes with contributions from members of the Anglo-German Family History Society of information found on censuses about their own German pork-butcher ancestors. Finishes with useful addresses, bibliography and comprehensive index.
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