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Border Annals (2008)

This is a 24 page book of Border Annals (extracts with Scottish links from North of England Church Registers i.e. Cumberland). Most of the links relate to Border or nearby Scottish Parishes (e.g. Annan, Canonbie, Cummertrees, Ewes, Gretna, Half Morton, Hoddom, Kirkpatrick Fleming, Langholm, Lockerbie, Middlebie, Ruthwell with occasional entries from Farther afield such as Dumfries or Moffat). It w...

Supplied by: Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society Product Ref: DGF-BA-2008

Boswell: The Early Romany Boswells A Family History 1650-1810 Part 1:The Early Boswells and Famous Boswells By Richard Edmunds

This is an in-depth genealogical study of one of the most celebrated and prominent families in Britain’s Romany community, the Boswells. It’s essential background reading for anyone with Boswell ancestors but also for those whose relatives intermarried with or travelled with this widespread family, guiding the reader through from the Boswells’ likely origins during the English Civil War to t...

Supplied by: Romany and Traveller Family History Society Product Ref: ROM-BOSWELL-PT1

Boswell: The Early Romany Boswells A Family History 1650-1810 Part 2: Boswells in Parish Records & The Blewitts, Scamps and Lovells By Richard Edmunds

This is an extensive database of references for British Romany Boswells such as baptisms, marriages and burials gleaned mainly from parish registers, newspapers, Poor Law Papers and other sources in the period 1650 to 1810. It also features chapters on three other Romany families who were most closely linked with the Boswells in times past: the Blewitts, Scamps and Lovells. This essential referenc...

Supplied by: Romany and Traveller Family History Society Product Ref: ROM-BOSWELL-PT2

Boswell: The Family Tree of Viney Boswell

From about 1750 to 1910, from primarily the English Midlands to the North East and North West. Compiled by Eric Trudgill. A4, 32 pages....

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

Boughrood House history and Census

A study of all the houses in Boughrood and the people that lived in them...

Supplied by: Powys Family History Society /, Cymdeithas Hanes Teuluoedd Powys Product Ref: POW-HSE1

Bradden Memorial Inscriptions

St Michael's church...

Supplied by: Northamptonshire Family History Society Product Ref: NTH-MI151

Breaking New Ground

Nineteenth century allotments from local sources. Edited by Jeremy Burchardt and Jackie Cooper Includes data CD...

Supplied by: Family and Community Historical Research Society Product Ref: FCH-B151

British Gypsy and Traveller History to 1900 Through Art

Believed to be the first publication of its kind, this is a pioneering study and analysis of works created by artists that portray British Gypsies and Travellers. Contains more than 150 black-and-white illustrations of paintings, drawings and engravings. By Robert Dawson with additional drawings by Amaletta. A4, 170 pages....

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

Brixworth Union Workhouse Births and Deaths 1837-1914

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

Supplied by: Northamptonshire Family History Society Product Ref: NTH-BK-012

Bruan Free Church - Births & Baptisms 1847-1906 and Lybster Free Church - Marriages 1844-1852, Births & Baptisms 1876-1900

Transcriptions of births, baptisms and marriage entries for Bruan Free Church and Lybster Free Church...

Supplied by: Highland Family History Society /, Comunn Sloinntearachd na Gaidhealtachd Product Ref: HLD-FC16

Buckingham and Brackley Methodist Circuit Baptisms 1804-1903

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

Supplied by: Northamptonshire Family History Society Product Ref: NTH-BK-023

Buckland: The Family Tree of Barrington Buckland

From about 1750 to about 1910, primarily the Mid-Western Counties of England. Compiled by Eric Trudgill. A4, 28 pages....

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

Burton: The Family Tree of Henry & Dove Burton: from c.1760 to the early 1900s from primarily Dorset, Hampshire, Somerset and Wiltshire

By Norman Burton Surnames included in the tree in addition to Burton: Attewell, Ayres, Balch, Barber, Bartlett, Belcher, Bendall, Bland, Bolson, Boswell, Brewer, Britten, Broadway, Buckland, Burr, Cave, Clarke, Cock, Colan, Coleman, Colen, Cooper, Corp, Davis, Dicks, Dixon, Drake, Edwards, Evans, Foot, Ford, Forward, Francis, Fury, Fussell, Guy, Hall, Harrison, Hearne, ...

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

Butler: The Family Tree of Joseph and Letitia Butler

From about 1750 to about 1915 covering mainly the English Midlands and West Country. Compiled by Eric Trudgill. A4, 20pages....

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

By Asia to Australia - an 1849 Diary The Diary of a Voyage in 1849 by James Broom; edited by Beryl A. Kingan. Published by Wotton-under-Edge Historical Society 2004

This Diary covers the first two months of a voyage form Plymouth to Adelaide, and the start of a return voyage in 1851. The diary was found in the Society’s archives within memorabilia of the Foxwell family, whose home was the Post Office in the nineteenth century in Wotton-under-Edge.. Research has revealed that the diarist lived in Warminster, Wiltshire and was writing the diary for...

Supplied by: Wotton-under-Edge Historical Society Product Ref: WUE-122

Caerlaverock Churchyard Memorial Inscriptions (2007)

This is a 56 page book of Memorial Inscriptions for Caerlaverock Churchyard in the Parish of Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire. It was published in 2007 and consists of 47 pages of inscriptions from 456 headstones. It is indexed by Surname only. A Parish Map is included. There is a second, new Cemetery adjoining the Churchyard but this has not yet been transcribed. Caerlaverock Churchyard Memorial...

Supplied by: Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society Product Ref: DGF-CAECMI-2007

Cairnryan Cemetery Memorial Inscriptions (2003)

This is a 32 page book of Memorial Inscriptions for Cairnryan Cemetery in Cairnryan Village in the Parish of Inch, Wigtownshire. It was published in 2003 and consists of 13 pages of inscriptions from 100 headstones. It is indexed by Surname only. A Map of the area is included plus 1692 Hearth Tax List. Also 1684 Covenant Parish List by location and name. There is also a graveyard plan. Also ...

Supplied by: Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society Product Ref: DGF-CAICMI-2003

Cambridge Burgess List 1844/5

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Supplied by: Internet Genealogical Bookshop Product Ref: RAY-319

Cambridgeshire Pollbook 1780

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Supplied by: Internet Genealogical Bookshop Product Ref: RAY-316

Cambridgeshire Pollbook 1831

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Supplied by: Internet Genealogical Bookshop Product Ref: RAY-318

Canonbie Churchyard Memorial Inscriptions Vol 1 (2020)

This is a 60 page book of Memorial Inscriptions for Canonbie (old name Canonby) Churchyard in the town and Parish of Canonbie, Dumfriesshire. Canonbie is on the border with England. It was re-published in 2020 and consists of 34 pages of inscriptions from 305 headstones. It is fully indexed by Surname and Forename. Vol 2 has a further 273 gravestones. As the previous book was re-published to provi...

Supplied by: Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society Product Ref: DGF-CAN1MI-2020

Canonbie Churchyard Memorial Inscriptions Vol 2 (2020)

This is a 56 page book of Memorial Inscriptions for Canonbie (old name Canonby) Churchyard in the town and Parish of Canonbie, Dumfriesshire. Canonbie is on the border with England. It was re-published in 2020 and consists of 31 pages of inscriptions from 273 headstones. It is fully indexed by Surname and Forename. Vol 2 has a further 305 gravestones. As the previous book was re-published to provi...

Supplied by: Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society Product Ref: DGF-CAN2MI-2020

Carsphairn Churchyard Memorial Inscriptions (2013)

This is a 44 page book of Memorial Inscriptions for Carsphairn Parish Churchyard in the Parish of Carsphairn, Kirkcudbrightshire. It was published in 2013 and consists of 25 pages of inscriptions from 220 headstones. It is indexed by Surname only. The War Memorial is included for WWI and WWII with the names and details of the individual. There are 2 other cemeteries in Carsphairn. There is N...

Supplied by: Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society Product Ref: DGF-CARCMI-2013

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