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Milton Memories

Formerly a separate village, Milton lies on the eastern side of the island between Copnor and Eastney. Published 1995, reprinted 2011....

Supplied by: Hampshire Genealogical Society Product Ref: HAM-30111

Memories of North End and Hilsea

New for 2006, this volume covers the residential and busy shopping area north of Kingston to the old city boundary and thence on through Hilsea to the north of Portsea Island....

Supplied by: Hampshire Genealogical Society Product Ref: HAM-30122

They Left Langham

The stories of families who, over the centuries, have emigrated from Langham in Rutland. Written by Ann Grimmer \[Palmer\], - To read a page please go to http://www.langhaminrutland.org.uk/books/TLL28.pdf...

Supplied by: Langham Village History Group Product Ref: LVH-LVHG-TLL-5

Rutland Record 31

Medieval woodlands of Rutland c1086-c1540, with gazetteer; Social investigations - education in early Victorian Rutland, with appendix: Manchester Statistical Society's report on Rutland 1838 (runner-up article in BALH annual awards; see also RR33); Rutland history, buildings & archaeology 2010...

Supplied by: Rutland Local History & Record Society Product Ref: RLH-46

Mere, notes by Thomas H Baker, 1857-1888 - PR #38

Notes about many people and buildings in his years in Mere A5 softback 28 pages....

Supplied by: Wiltshire Family History Society Product Ref: WIL-WPR38

Dickensian Portsmouth

A special limited edition for the 2012 anniversary year of Dickens birth in Portsmouth has some information on the family, their houses in Portsmouth, living conditions in the early 1800s, and areas of Portsmouth around 1812 - the time of Dickens birth....

Supplied by: Hampshire Genealogical Society Product Ref: HAM-30127

The Story of Sale From 1806 to 1876 by John Newhill, published by Ashton and Sale History Society

This book has been reprinted by Ashton and Sale History Society in memory of John Newhill, who died in January 2010. In 1806 there were 150 houses in Sale, Cheshire; in 1876 there were 1350 houses. This book documents every one of those houses and the people that lived in them....

Supplied by: Northern Writers Advisory Services Product Ref: NWA-NWA_ASH23

Memories of Charlotte Street

Illustrated booklet of the well-known market street and surrounding area. Second edition of 1993, reprinted 2001....

Supplied by: Hampshire Genealogical Society Product Ref: HAM-30114

Highbury Memories

Published in 2002, this book deals with the area to the north east of Portsea Island between the Creek and the south coast railway line. The main housing in the area was started between the wars. 13 illustrations....

Supplied by: Hampshire Genealogical Society Product Ref: HAM-30119

Memories of Old Buckland

Revised version of Buckland Memories (1991) covering the area between Commercial Road and Kingston Road, north of Church Street and Lake Road. Published in 2001....

Supplied by: Hampshire Genealogical Society Product Ref: HAM-30120

Kingston Road Remembered

The main route from North End to Kingston and Fratton was well served with shops, churches and taverns. A revised and updated reprint in 2012 of our 1999 booklet with memories of shops and businesses in Kingston Road and Kingston Crescent....

Supplied by: Hampshire Genealogical Society Product Ref: HAM-30103

Huntingdonshire Family & Local History Research: Package A Free P&P

Initial 2 hour search in Huntingdon Archives & Local Studies Collection + written report. If you require a search to be made please proceed as follows: 1. In the first instance BEFORE PURCHASING ANY SEARCH PACKAGE you should contact me by email or by post, to ascertain whether a search is likely to be beneficial to your research. You should be as specific as possible as to what inf...

Supplied by: Huntingdonshire Family & Local History Research Product Ref: HFR-SA

Huntingdonshire Family & Local History Research: Package B Free P&P

Additional 1 hour search in Huntingdon Archives & Local Studies Collection + written report. If you require a search to be made please proceed as follows: 1. In the first instance BEFORE PURCHASING ANY SEARCH PACKAGE you should contact me by email or by post, to ascertain whether a search is likely to be beneficial to your research. You should be as specific as possible as to what...

Supplied by: Huntingdonshire Family & Local History Research Product Ref: HFR-SB

Huntingdonshire Family & Local History Research: Package C Free P&P

Digital photographs of original documents - sent via email only (this includes a charge made by the archives) If you require a photographic copy please proceed as follows: 1.In the first instance before purchasing this package you should contact me by email or by post, to ascertain whether the document is available and is suitable for photographing. 2.I will then contact ...

Supplied by: Huntingdonshire Family & Local History Research Product Ref: HFR-SC

Altrincham History Society Journal 32

Ollerbarrow Farm and New Farm, Hale; Altrincham Town Hall's Stanined Glass Coats-of-Arms; Altrincham and Dunham Memorial Cross; Richmond House School, Bowdon; Two Hale Families in the Mid-eighteenth Century...

Supplied by: Northern Writers Advisory Services Product Ref: NWA-AHS16

Dunham Massey, Cheshire: A History

Three Noble Dynasties in a Rural Township. History of a Cheshire township from the Romans onwards, its people, how they worked and farmed, the coming of the Bridgewater Canal in the 1760s and the coming of the National Trust in the late twentieth century. And more local history subjects....

Supplied by: Northern Writers Advisory Services Product Ref: NWA-AHS17

Bowdon Lives 1600-1760

Bowdon people, their agriculture, housing, food, clothes and luxuries as shown in wills and probate inventories...

Supplied by: Northern Writers Advisory Services Product Ref: NWA-BM15

Rutland Record 32

Ice Age Neanderthals and hyaena at Glaston; Wm Henry Fox Talbot and Rutland - the pioneer photographer's connections with the county; Oakham School's Masters and Ushers 1584-1875; Coming to manhood at mid-Victorian Uppingham School - a review of the philosophy and impact of Edward Thring; Rutland history, buildings & archaeology 2011...

Supplied by: Rutland Local History & Record Society Product Ref: RLH-49

Historic Barnet

A series of short articles on the history of Chipping Barnet and the surrounding area. Includes the Battle of Barnet, Barnet Physic Well, Barnet Workhouse, the coming of the railways to Barnet, Barnet Fair and much more....

Supplied by: Barnet Museum and Local History Society Product Ref: BTM-001

The End of the Line - the story of the railway service to the Great Northern London Cemetery

King's Cross station was linked to the Great Northern Cemetery by a special train service which took funeral parties from central London to the outskirts where burial space was more readily available. This was a short lived service unlike that in south London. Many of London's institutions made use of the service and records of burials are available from the New Southgate Cemetery....

Supplied by: Barnet Museum and Local History Society Product Ref: BTM-002

800 Years of Barnet Market

Barnet Market received its Royal Charter in 1199. In this book Jennie Lee Cobban and Doreen Willcocks explore 800 years of the Market's colourful history....

Supplied by: Barnet Museum and Local History Society Product Ref: BTM-003

Trawling for Treasures - 80 years of Barnet's Local History 1927 to 2007

The Barnet Museum and Local History Society has searched its archives to provide a record of how the society and the Museum have developed since its foundation. Extracts of past lectures, details of events and memories of volunteers are included in its pages. Together they reflect the story of the town of Chipping Barnet and the area around it....

Supplied by: Barnet Museum and Local History Society Product Ref: BTM-004

The Old Pubs of Leighton Buzzard & Linslade

A history of the town's 120 pubs and inns from the Middle Ages, with names of publicans. It is 135 pages, fully illustrated with maps and photographs. Indexed. A5 size....

Supplied by: Leighton Buzzard & District Archaeological & Historical Society Product Ref: LBA-

The Bassetts: Leighton Buzzards First Family

The story of the Bassett family during the 18th and 19th centuries, charting their rise from humble Quaker drapers to owning the town's first bank and becoming and its leading citizens....

Supplied by: Leighton Buzzard & District Archaeological & Historical Society Product Ref: LBA-5

All Sorts of Bassetts

The story of Leighton Buzzards "first" family told for children. Includes map and a town trail. Lots of Victorian pictures and fully indexed....

Supplied by: Leighton Buzzard & District Archaeological & Historical Society Product Ref: LBA-6

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