Offering groundbreaking insights into how to delve into one's past. This book is intended for beginners, educationalists, and experienced researchers.

Ancestors is the fictionalized account of what happened to Paul Crook’s great-great-great-grandfather John Alexander Crooks enslaved in Jamaica from 1798 to 1838, the year that slaves in the British West Indies were set free.

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What people are saying

‘A Tree Without Roots ... is packed full of excellent advice for anyone researching their origins – regardless of where they come from.’

Canterbury Branch – Kent Family History Society

What people are saying

‘A Tree Without Roots ... is packed full of excellent advice for anyone researching their origins – regardless of where they come from.’

Canterbury Branch – Kent Family History Society

 

 

About the book

From a man who dedicated more than 13 years of his life to uncovering the saga of his African slave ancestors.

This is guide for others to capitalise on Paul Crooks' informed techniques. Discover just what it means to know where one is from. Also, this book provides inspiration to those who believe that their search may be hampered by having mixed heritage or a history of migration through the ages.

An instructive guide for those interested in finding out more about their family connections with the Caribbean islands, it nevertheless offers techniques and approaches that can be applied to anyone researching their ancestry around the world.

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About the book

From a man who dedicated more than 13 years of his life to uncovering the saga of his African slave ancestors.

This is guide for others to capitalise on Paul Crooks' informed techniques. Discover just what it means to know where one is from. Also, this book provides inspiration to those who believe that their search may be hampered by having mixed heritage or a history of migration through the ages.

An instructive guide for those interested in finding out more about their family connections with the Caribbean islands, it nevertheless offers techniques and approaches that can be applied to anyone researching their ancestry around the world.

56744626_2209427089153005_5016969904255926272_o