Genealogist's Pocket Library
The Genealogist's Pocket Library. Published between 1908 & 1910. A series of eight titles published by Chas A. Bernau. 1: Some Special Studies in Genealogy - I. American Emigrants (How to trace their English ancestry).
II. The Quaker Records. III. The Genealogy of the Submerged. 2: Chancery Proceedings - I. What they are, and where they are. II. What they contain. III. Means of reference. 3: Royal Descents : Scottish Records - I. How to trace a descent from royalty. II. The Scottish Records. 4: The Churchyard Scribe - I On recording inscriptions in a churchyard or burial ground. II. Hints on reading apprently illegible inscriptions. III. Typical and authentic examples. 5: Quarter Sessions and Seize Quartiers, etc. - I. From the records of Quarter Sessions. II. Seize Quartiers and Ascending Pedigrees. III. The Records of Patented Inventions. 6: The Genealogist''s Legal Dictionary 7: The Parish Register - I. Marriages, Weddings, Matrimoniae, Nuptiae, etc. II. Baptsims, Baptismata, Baptizata, Renata, Chrystenings, etc. III. Burials, Sepulta, Funera, Exequiae, Interments, etc. IV. Baptismal Names. 7: Records of Naval Men - I. Secretary : In and Out Letters. II. Secretary : Miscellaneous. III. Secretary : Returns of Officers'' etc. IV. Naval Board V. Accountant General VI. Greenwich Hospital VII. Marine Office