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Talk:England, Norfolk Poor Law Union Records (FamilySearch Historical Records)

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I'm learning about the Poor Law Union Records (title above) and as yet, don't know much. I noticed a good photo on the first page with no identification about what the building is and where it is located, also about the dates the building was most used. It is frustrating to see good pictures and can't find out anything about them! --23:10, 15 August 2013 (UTC)~~


The template at the top of a FamlySearch Historical Records includes a link to the collection in It is duplication to add another link in the Related Websites section of the article.

Thank you for adding information to the wiki article. I just wanted you to be aware that the template link exists . HoranDM 20:25, 8 February 2012 (UTC) An update: The related websites links do not take us back to the collection, but to other websites: Related Websites Norfolk Record Office Online Catalogue Online Norfolk Poor Law Union Records

Dorothy Horan, User Guidance Supervisor 02:47, 17 September 2013 (UTC)

You may wish to link to the existing Norfolk Poor Law Unions which is being expanded as the Norfolk Parish pages are completed for all Unions in the county.

References to the collection at Record Search are outdated. The collection will be published at FamilySearch Historical Records.

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There is a duplication for "Hertfordshire" in the Link Template.

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