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How to read a FTS record
From a FTS record you can expect to gain the following information:
The top of each FTS record gives you a set of links to the different types of sources listed in each FTS record so you can jump straight to the one you require. For instance you can jump straight to Census Returns or to Other Information.
Within each entry you will find listed the resources held by that library authority. You will not find digitised family history holdings - this database serves as a tool for locating information, not providing it over the Web.
The information is provided by the library authority involved. It is always a good idea to contact the library and check details before you set out for a visit.