Contact Emma Jolly

This new guide is an excellent introduction to researching ancestors in British India . . . With an in-depth look at the records available in the archives - from the Armed forces and civil service to railways and religion - this will be an essential handbook for all family historians tracing trails to British India.

Family Tree magazine

Emma Jolly writer, historian, genealogist

To contact Emma, please either email ejgenealogic@googlemail.com or use the enquiry form below.







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