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CD39 Manorial Court records - Volumes 1 to 5

We are publishing a Summary and Names Index of some of the Wiltshire manorial court records held in Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre (WSHC). This CD/download is a compendium of volumes 1 to 5 inclusive. The Manorial Documents Register (MDR), maintained by The National Archives, provides information on the surviving records for a manor and their location in the archives holding manorial d...

Supplied by: Wiltshire Family History Society Product Ref: WIL-CD39

CD40 Wiltshire Asylums

A compendium of 4 volumes of publications relating to Wiltshire asylums CS130-CS133 CS130 – Wiltshire Asylum (Roundway) Burials 1852 – 1966 CS131 – Wiltshire Asylum (Roundway) Admissions and Discharges 1851 - 1919 CS132 – Fisherton Anger Asylum Admissions and Discharges 1813 - 1913 CS133 – Box, Calne, Fonthill, Laverstock and Market Lavington Admissions & Discharges As thi...

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Centenary of 'The Elizabethan'

This 40+ page A5 booklet contains extracts from 100 years of 'The Elizabethan', the school magazine of Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School for Boys in Barnet from 1876 to 1976....

Supplied by: Barnet Museum and Local History Society Product Ref: BTM-014

Chaldon - People & their homes

Includes Dr William Moore's study of Chaldon, 1851 census plus much more....

Supplied by: East Surrey Family History Society Product Ref: ESY-E18

Chaldon - Village Histories No. 7 OUT OF STOCK

This illustrated Chaldon Village History is the 7th book in the Bourne Society Village Histories series: Editor: Gwyneth Fookes Series Editors: Roger Packham & Gwyneth Fookes. Published in 2002. ISBN 0 900992 63 8...

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Chalk Dust and Boiled Cabbage

Stoke Road School, Linslade School 70 years ago, through the eyes of a young teacher...

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Change and continuity east of Tudor Bristol

Kathleen Hapgood 978 1 911592 22 8 Barton Hill, Bromley Heath, Downend, Eastville, Easton, Fishponds, Greenbank, Hillfields, Kingswood, Mangotsfield, Redfield, St George, Speedwell, Soundwell, Stapleton and Whitehall: all today thriving districts of Bristol. But all that area east of old Bristol Castle was countryside in the sixteenth century. Kathleen Hapgood (author of ALHA No.7 T...

Supplied by: Avon Local History & Archaeology Product Ref: ALH-22

Characters of Headley's Past

This is the second publication to illustrate the history of the parish of Headley. In the first book, Headley’s Past in Pictures, we took you on an illustrated tour of the parish as it was during the first half of the 20th century. Here we look at some of the personalities, groups, occupations and businesses of the past which have helped to create the Headley of today. Over 200 photog...

Supplied by: John Owen Smith - Publisher Product Ref: JOS-63-3

Chelsham & Farleigh - Village Histories No. 8

This illustrated Chelsham & Farleigh Village History is the 8th book in the Bourne Society Village Histories series: Editor: Roger Packham. Series editors: Roger Packham & Gwyneth Fookes. Published in 2004. ISBN 0 900992 64 6...

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Chemistry in Bristol into the Early Twentieth Century

Brian Vincent and Raymond Holland 978 1 911592 18 1 Chemistry only emerged as a science in the later 18th century. Since then, it has transformed our understanding of the natural world, our medical care, and our products and processes. The knowledge and experience of the two authors well qualifies them to tell us how this story played out in Bristol over some 150 years. Brian Vincen...

Supplied by: Avon Local History & Archaeology Product Ref: ALH-18

Cheshire Cheese and Farming in the North West in the 17th and 18th Centuries

By Charles Foster. Study of the marketing and making of Cheshire cheese in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, particularly to the London market. The success led to changes in Cheshire agriculture. Based on Arley Hall estate records...

Supplied by: Northern Writers Advisory Services Product Ref: NWA-NN10

Cheshire Directories 1923, 1928 and Birkenhead 1843

Directories scanned and searchable...

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The Product Ref: CHS-D132

Cheshire Journal 43, 2003-2004

Cheshire History 43...

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Cheshire Journal 44, 2005

Cheshire History 44...

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Cheshire Journal 46, 2006-2007

16th Century Roll of Arms; Wicker in the Willows; Chester Roodee Iron Foundry and Paper Mill; Tabley and other Prosecutions Associations in Cheshire, 1829-47; Fleetwood Family and Marton Grange; Bidston's Forgotten Dock Scheme; Tollemache Estates, 1860-172; Blackcountryman at Bache Hall; Fenians in Chester, 1867; Round Tpwer, Sandiway...

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Cheshire Journal 47, 2007-2008

Saltmaking at Higher and Lower Dirtwich; The Travels and Trials of a sixteenth-century Wirral recusant; Backford's memorial Boards: were they painted by a Randle Holme?; Hidden behind an oaken door? The last years of an ejected minister: George Mainwaring of Malpas; An eighteenth-century Cheshire Carrier: Twiss of Alsager; Mapping the Past: Tithes and their value in detecting the past; John Tollem...

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Cheshire Miscellany

A copy of various books on Cheshire and Chester...

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The Product Ref: CHS-D108

Cheshire Visitation 1580

Visitation of Cheshier 1580...

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The Product Ref: CHS-D088

Cheshire Visitation 1613

Visitation of Cheshire 1613...

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Cheshire Wills & Beneficiaries Index

Contains lists of names of beneficiaries mentioned in various Cheshire wills up to 1900 who have a different surname to that of the Testator; e.g. daughter, son-in-law, executor, witness, tenant, etc. It shows their place of abode and occupation (if given); the name, abode and occupation of the Testator; the date and place where the will was proved. probate and place where the will was proved (3 f...

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The Product Ref: CHS-D072

Chippenham Town Records between 1836 and 1915 - Cat No PS41

Chippenham Night Constable’s Book 1836-1838, Servants and Masters at Chippenham Hiring Fairs 1855-1857 and Men on Active Service from Chippenham and Tytherton Lucas, 1915. With indexes. A5 softback, 41 pages...

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Chipstead - Village Histories No.11

This illustrated Chipstead Village History is the 11th book in the Village Histories series. It includes Mugswell, Hooley and Netherne-on-the-Hill. Jon Grant & Liz Bonsall Series Editors: Roger Packham & Gwyneth Fookes Published 2022 ...

Supplied by: Bourne Society, The Product Ref: BOU-VH11

Chitterne Folk, early 1900s - Cat No PS16

An incumbents visiting book, written about 1925. A5 softback 22 pages, with index....

Supplied by: Wiltshire Family History Society Product Ref: WIL-PS16

Clapham & Dulwich in 1839

This title is from a new series of reprints from Pigot’s Commercial Directory for Surrey of 1839. It covers Clapham & Dulwich. The reprint comprises of an introduction to the county of Surrey, a description of the individual places with a list of inhabitants under occupations. Also included are some advertisements of the time....

Supplied by: East Surrey Family History Society Product Ref: ESY-156