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Cheshire Cheese and Farming

Farming in the North West 17th & 18th Century...

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The Product Ref: CHS-B221

Chicheley area v Napoleon - The Posse Comitatus 1798

all males aged 16-60 with occupations, in Chicheley, North Crawley, Little Crawley, Moulsoe, Willen, Broughton...

Supplied by: The Mclaughlin Guides and Buckinghamshire related books and historic maps Product Ref: BGS-13956416

Chipping Barnet's Military History

This book covers the period 1850 to the present day, reviewing the forces of the Militia based for 50 years at Barnet Barracks, the Rifle Volunteers and the Territorial Forces. The timeline details events from 1661 to 2019. There are maps, photographs and biographies of notable characters. 76 pages A4 format ...

Supplied by: Barnet Museum and Local History Society Product Ref: BTM-052

Church Records

Phillimore Publications...

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The Product Ref: CHS-B218

Civil Registration

Birth Marriage and Death Certificates, contents, how to get at indexes, buy certificates.Problems and how to handle them...

Supplied by: Hampshire Genealogical Society Product Ref: HAM-34003

Civil Registration of Births, Marriages & Deaths

Getting certificates of birth, marriage and death; using indexes; problems arising....

Supplied by: The Mclaughlin Guides and Buckinghamshire related books and historic maps Product Ref: BGS-B143

Civilian Internment in Britain During WW2: Huyton Camp. Eye Witness accounts.

by Jennifer Taylor. Eye Witness accounts of WW1 POW camp at Huyton, near Liverpool...

Supplied by: Anglo-German Family History Society Product Ref: ANG-S3

Clachan of Penninghame Old Church Burial Ground Memorial Inscriptions (2005)

This is a 48 page book of Memorial Inscriptions for Clachan of Penninghame Old Church Burial Ground about 3 miles south of Newton Stewart in the Parish of Penninghame, Wigtownshire. It was published in 2005 and consists of 23 pages of inscriptions from 169 headstones. It is indexed by Surname only. It includes a 1684 Covenant List (essentially a local Census) for the Parish of 563 names with lo...

Supplied by: Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society Product Ref: DGF-COPMI-2005

Claydons area v Napoleon - The Posse Comitatus 1798

males 16-60, occupations, + farmers, millrs in East [Botolph] Claydon, Middle Claydon, Steeple Claydon, Addington & Adstock....

Supplied by: The Mclaughlin Guides and Buckinghamshire related books and historic maps Product Ref: BGS-B66

Clayton and Booth: The Family Trees of Francis and Mary Clayton & John and Mary Booth

From about 1750 to about 1900, from the South Midlands of England to the North East and North West. Compiled by Eric Trudgill. A4, 28 pages....

Supplied by: Romany and Traveller Family History Society Product Ref: ROM-FT-CLAYTON

Clergy of Dublin and Glendalough

Succession lists of the Church of Ireland. The Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough have been united since 1216 and, unusually, contained two diocesan cathedrals: Christchurch and St Patrick's (until the disestablishment of the Church of Ireland in 1870). This volume lists the cathedral and parish clergy of the United Dioceses from the Middle Ages to the present, with biographies where possible. Thi...

Supplied by: Ulster Historical Foundation Product Ref: UHF-GE04

Clerkenwell

This booklet contains a list of the main records of interest to the genealogical researcher for the area based on the ancient parish of Clerkenwell which includes the districts of Amwell, Charterhouse, Goswell Street and Pentonville. This area was in the county of Middlesex but is now in the London Borough of Islington. Apart from the vital records of the various religious denominations, examples ...

Supplied by: London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society (LWMFHS) Product Ref: LWM-PG001

Closeburn Churchyard Memorial Inscriptions Vol 1 (2019)

This is a 56 page book of Memorial Inscriptions for Closeburn Parish Churchyard in the village and Parish of Closeburn, Dumfriesshire. It was published in 2019 and consists of 32 pages of inscriptions from 199 headstones. It is fully indexed by Surname and Forename. Vol 2 has a further 173 gravestones. Included over the two books are 60 new transcriptions that were not included in the 2005 edition...

Supplied by: Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society Product Ref: DGF-CLO1MI-2019

Closeburn Dalgarnock Churchyard Memorial Inscriptions (2020)

This is a 68 page book of Memorial Inscriptions for Dalgarnock Burial Ground in the Parish of Closeburn, Dumfriesshire. It was re-published in 2020 to standardise the layout and provide a detailed index, and consists of 42 pages of inscriptions from 207 headstones. It is fully indexed by Surname and Forename. Also known as Dalgarno or Dalgarnoc it was once a Parish in its own right. It was unit...

Supplied by: Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society Product Ref: DGF-CDBGMI-2020

Cologne to St Louis. Anselm Ungar's account of his company's 1852 voyage of escape from tyranny.

Anselm Ungar was a citizen of Bonn, one of Johann Gottfried Kinkel's Democratic Association there. After the failure of the 1848 revolution, he and others formed a Gesellschaft (Company) of like-minded people who wished to escape to North America.. Taken from Ungar's own notebook of the voyage. Translated and introduced by Eva Lawrence. Occasional Issue No 3 (2017)....

Supplied by: Anglo-German Family History Society Product Ref: ANG-O3

Communities of Dissent 1850-1914

This volume presents recent research on chapels and chapel life in their Victorian and Edwardian heyday, considering a variety of locations in England and Wales, urban, rural and suburban, some industrial, some newly-developed and some long established. Chapels and chapel people are revealed particularly through the techniques and perspectives of microhistory and family and community studies, lin...

Supplied by: Family and Community Historical Research Society Product Ref: FCH-13956011

Communities of Dissent 1850-1914 (FACHRS members price)

This volume presents recent research on chapels and chapel life in their Victorian and Edwardian heyday, considering a variety of locations in England and Wales, urban, rural and suburban, some industrial, some newly-developed and some long established. Chapels and chapel people are revealed particularly through the techniques and perspectives of microhistory and family and community studies, lin...

Supplied by: Family and Community Historical Research Society Product Ref: FCH-13956006

Complete Works of Charles Evans (download version) Free P&P

A downloadable version of this book. NB file is compressed in "zip" format and needs software such as Winzip to extract it. Data files consist of interlinked PDF, requiring Adobe Reader to view. A download link will be sent to the email registered with Genfair....

Supplied by: Foundation for Medieval Genealogy Product Ref: FMG-CFHE/Download

Coroners' Records in England and Wales

Federation of Family History Societies Publications...

Supplied by: Northern Writers Advisory Services Product Ref: NWA-OHM8

Corsock Churchyard Memorial Inscriptions & Hearse Book (2012)

This is a 36 page book of Memorial Inscriptions for Corsock Churchyard in the Parish of Parton, Kirkcudbrightshire. It was published in 2012 and consists of 20 pages of inscriptions from 170 headstones. It is indexed by Surname only. It includes 272 Hearse Book entries listed by Surname and Forename. The local WWI War Memorial is also transcribed. There are 2 other cemeteries in the Parish o...

Supplied by: Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society Product Ref: DGF-CORCMI-2012

Craftsmen and Tradesmen

Tracing records of skilled workers, apprentices, London Livery Companies, finding references in court records, church wardens accounts, photos. Extensive bibliography of printed and MSS lists, business histories etc....

Supplied by: Hampshire Genealogical Society Product Ref: HAM-34004

Craftsmen and Tradesmen

McLaughlin Guides...

Supplied by: Northern Writers Advisory Services Product Ref: NWA-OHM20

Craftsmen and Tradesmen

Sources for finding more about craftsmen; apprenticeships, taxed and pauper; Livery company records and published lists; Union and company records; local information in parish and county sources. Newspapers etc....

Supplied by: The Mclaughlin Guides and Buckinghamshire related books and historic maps Product Ref: BGS-B162

Cranston Monumental Inscriptions

Monumental inscriptions for Cranston Churchyard compiled by Recording Angels....

Supplied by: Lothians Family History Society Product Ref: LOT-RA016

Creaton Congregational Church, Bapt & members 1790-1918

Transcription from surviving records (published by Eureka Partnership) ...

Supplied by: Northamptonshire Family History Society Product Ref: NTH-BK-039