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Local History Records- Vol 56 (2008)

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Contents: The Dewdney Family and East Surrey Mills; Dad's Army; Air Raid Precautions; Wapses Lodge Roundabout; Tightening the Green Belt in Caterham; Men of the Trams; Memories of WWII in Caterham; PCC Wills at the Family Records Centre; St Anne's College, Sanderstead; The Bombing of the Caterham Motor Company; Francis Henry Atkins -'Caterham Boy' to 'Home Boy'; Donald Howard and the Bunce Brothers of Caterham; Famous Inns of Surrey - The Red Lion, Smitham Bottom; Coulsdon Common - 125 Years of Ownership by the City of London.

Supplied by: Bourne Society, The
Format: Booklet
Ref: BOU-LHR56

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London Royal Blue Book (1833)

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One of the most interesting directories, and a really beautiful and valuable book. The Royal Blue Book is in two parts: a complete street by street listing (with house numbers) for central London in 1833, together with a complete alphabetical listing of all heads of household, their occupation where applicable, and address. It also includes Institutions, Societies, Public Offices, Hotels, Coffee-Houses and Taverns, Army and Navy Agents, and Bankers, followed by a section containing advertisements. An 1831 street map of London has also been included on the CD. (The original book never did have a map, but this one is taken from the 1831 Lewis' Topographical Dictionary of England).

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ACB-GB0346

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Military Courts, 1879-1994

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Compiled by Stuart Tamblin from records of the Royal Navy 1911-1965; Royal Air Force 1941-1994; Army 1879-1986; Soldiers Executed 1914-1920

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Supplied by: Family History Indexes
Format: CD-ROM
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Military Courts, 1879-1994

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Compiled by Stuart Tamblin from records of the Royal Navy 1911-1965; Royal Air Force 1941-1994; Army 1879-1986; Soldiers Executed 1914-1920

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Supplied by: Family History Indexes
Format: CD-ROM
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Oliver & Boyds New Edinburgh Almanac (1847)

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An incredibly comprehensive almanac which actually contains information relating to the whole of Scotland, with a separate supplement for the city of Glasgow. It has details of local and national taxes, carriers, tide times, shipping, army lists and much more besides. A fascinating book for those with Scottish ancestry.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ACB-GB0696

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Post Office Directory of London (1819)

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Two books bound into one:

"The Post Office London Directory for 1819": (444 pages) Being a list of more than 18,000 merchants, traders, &c. of London and parts adjacent. List of the Lord Mayor and Court of the Aldermen, bankers in London, 700 country bankers, public notiaries, London & country newspapers, Army & Navy Agents, East India Dock Companies, foreign ministers, etc. Plus a separate section of general information relating to the Post Office, including rates of postage, etc. By Critchett & Woods. The huge list of traders is in alphabetical order by name.

"A New Guide to Stage-Coaches, Waggons, Carts, Vessels, &c." (162 pages) Being a list of all the Inns in London where stage coaches and waggons pick up and set out from, with their respective days and hours: Also the names of the carriers, the places they go to, and the inns they go from. Likewise a list of coasting vessels, barges and boats, with the wharfs, keys, &c. at which they lie for the reception of goods and passengers. Also rates of cartage, hackney coaches, & porterage; and a correct list of all of the mail coaches, with their respective routes. The seventeenth edition, by Critchett & Woods.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ACB-GB0529

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Royal Bucks Militia - Men Discharged 1799 and 1807

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This booklet contains two lists of men discharged from the Royal Bucks, or King's Own, Militia into the Army. Both lists include the name of the man discharged, his place of residence or birthplace, whether a principal or substitute and, if the latter, for whom he served, and the place for which he served. Although the majority of the men listed are from Buckinghamshire there are many in these lists from other parts of the country.

Supplied by: Eureka Partnership
Format: Booklet
Ref: EUR-047

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Sandwich Lieutenancy Papers 1803

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A transcription of the levee en masse and Army of Reserve schedules for Sandwich prepared at the outbreak of the Napoleonic Wars. Provides an almost complete census of the male population of Sandwich. Compiled by Jennifer Killick

Supplied by: Folkestone & District Family History Society
Format: Diskette
Ref: FOL-70109

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Sandwich Lieutenancy Papers 1803

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A transcription of the levee en masse and Army of Reserve schedules for Sandwich prepared at the outbreak of the Napoleonic Wars. Provides an almost complete census of the male population of Sandwich. Compiled by Jennifer Killick

Supplied by: Folkestone & District Family History Society
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: FOL-70124

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Shoebury Story, The

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Shoebury led a largely peaceful life until the mid 19th century. There had been raids by Saxons and Vikings, invasions by the Romans and Normans, insurrections by local peasants, minor crime and ecclesiastical disputes, but life changed forever when the Army established Shoeburyness Barracks. The village expanded as tradesmen found customers from the garrison; then the railway was extended from Southend, following upon which the trippers came to the beaches and entertainments sprung up. Meanwhile the Army built quarters for the troops, raised their own church, erected messes for officers and NCOs, opened a theatre, and ranges for testing artillery. The military presence had its darker side, with horrific accidents to servicemen and civilians, the grounding of a battleship, and defences during the World Wars. The Army has now largely moved away, but present-day Shoebury is a community that can still trace its background by surviving farmhouses, road names, and memories.

Supplied by: Ian Henry Publications Ltd
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