Announcement: Ian Babb & Jean A. Sargent- Papers now available online

I’m so pleased to present to you the collected papers of Ian Babb. Which are now available online. The 5683 page collection represents the lifetime of research conducted by Ian on the Babb Families of England. For those of you who aren’t familiar with his work, he is the English equivalent of Jean A. Sargent, who researched the English Babbs of America. Ian researched the Babb’s in England and it is my goal to unite their work using the power of DNA research that will finally bring answers on how to connect the 74 known pedigrees of Babbs of English origin that have now spread across the world.

As a bonus, you will also have access to the 17,583 pages of Jean Sargent’s work, which we previously digitized in 2014.

We have made each file searchable and provided Job Aids that will help you navigate this immense collection, which is 23,266 pages in all!

babb-family-collectionThe world of technology has changed immensely over the last few years allowing you to have something that neither Jean nor Ian had…which was access to each other’s work. We have deemed this compilation, the Babb Family Collection.

We are excited to offer this to you this complete online collection for just $75 USD (60 GBP). For the first time we have secured an online payment option for you via PayPal at http://paypal.me/babbunabridged.

 

Note: Access to the collection will be secured via your Microsoft Account. For Windows 10 users, this is the same ID you use to login to Windows. Also anyone with an Outlook.com or Hotmail.com address already has one of these. If you don’t already have a Microsoft account, instructions on how to create one are below:

Sign up for a Microsoft account

  1.  Go to the Microsoft account sign-up page and tap or click Create account.
  1. In the User name box enter your existing email address, or tap or click Get a new email address to create an Outlook or Hotmail address.
  2. Fill out the rest of the form, and then tap or click Create account.

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