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A Series of the Decisions of the Court of the King's Bench - Click for large image
Published in 1768.
A Series of the Decisions of the Court of the Kings Bench upon Settlement Cases ; From the Death of Lord Raymond in March 1732 : To which is added a complete abridgement of the substance of each case, and two tables of the names of them.
Covers settlement cases (from many areas of England) for the period 1732 to 1776.
These settlement cases, part of the old poor law system, arose to determine paupers, apprentices and others right, or otherwise,to settle in a parish.
The wealth of details make this CD useful for family history, local history and legal history.
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Boyle's Fashionable Court & Country Guide & Town Visiting Directory. Corrected for May 1924 (264th Edition) - Click for large image
Containing - Street and Alphabetical Directories of Names and Places of abode of the Nobility and Gentry in London and Country. Map of the West End of London. Members of the Houses of Lords and Commons. Government Offices. Royal Households. Ambassadors and Consuls. Bishops and Archbishops. Banks and Insurance Companies. Clubs and Societies, etc.
Over 1000 pages of information.
Many hundreds of names are included.
Very useful reference guide for genealogy.
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Calendar of Wills Proved and Enrolled in the Court of Husting, London, Part I - AD 1258-1358 - Click for large image
Edited, with introduction, by Reginald R. Sharpe D.C.L.
Published 1889.
A collection of extracts of wills proved at London between 1258-1358.
Many names are mentioned, as well as property and goods.
Over 800 pages of information.
A useful family and local history resource for medieval London.
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Ducatus Lancastrle Pars Quarta - Calendar to the Pleadings 1834 from the fourteenth year to the end of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. Vol III. - Click for large image
Published by Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1834.
Founded in the 13th century, the Duchy of Lancaster is a vast collection of land and property across England and Wales, held in trust for the Queen in her role as Duke of Lancaster.
This book, covering the period c.1572-1603, forms a listing of court cases involving land, rent, tithes etc. in many counties, including - Lancashire, Derbyshire, Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Sussex, Gloucestershire, Hertfordshire, Carmarthernshire, Essex, Nottinghamshire, Berkshire, Norfolk etc.
Many hundreds of names of people are included, from all social classes.
Complete with extensive name and place indexes. 644 pages of fascinating historical detail. An outstanding Tudor resource for local and family historians.
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Dulwich College Register. - Click for large image
Compiled by Thomas Lane Ormiston.
This Register of Dulwich College in London, covers the years 1619-1926.
It gives excellent biographical details about the scholars, including their date of birth, the name of their father (or guardian) and the dates of entrance and leaving.
In addition it contains lists of school staff and sporting teams, as well as historical notes about the school.
Over 700 pages of information.
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London's Underworld - Click for large image
Edited by Peter Quennell.
Selections from "Those that will not work", the fourth volume of "London Labour and the London Poor" by Henry Mayhew.
A view of the misery, vice, crime, want and ignorance of the lives of the underclass haunting London's streets in the mid 19th century.
This view allows the historian to understand the reasons behind the transportation of individuals for seemingly minor crimes such as a theft of a handkerchief.
It also allows the researcher to understand the why it is often thought prostitutes appeared as dressmakers etc. in census returns.
A valuable insight into the life and times of the 19th century.
A useful family and local history resource for nineteenth century London.
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Members Admitted to the Inner Temple, 1547 - 1660 - Click for large image
Published in 1877.
The Inner Temple is one of the Inns of Court in London.
This book contains the names and interesting biographical details about Members of the Inn from the earliest records preserved, covering the period 1547-1660.
Includes an alphabetical index of names.
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Notable Middle Templars - Click for large image
By John Hutchinson published 1902.
The Middle Temple is one of the Inns of Court in London.
This alphabetically listed catalogue of notable Middle Templars covers the period 1501-1901, with very interesting biograpical notes.
The book includes not only those of distinction in Law - Judges, Advocates, Jurists etc., but also those who after admission to the Inn abandoned the Law for other pursuits - Philosophers, Moralists, Orators, Historians, Poets, Musicians, Journalists etc.
It also features many from the British North American Colonies who took a leading role in framing the Federal and State Constitutions.
Almost 1,000 names are featured.
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Old & New London - Click for large image
Published in 1878.
Old & New London. A narrative of its history, its people, and its places. By Walter Thornbury and Edward Walford. Volumes I - VI.
A fascinating and detailed history of London written in an accessible style.
Well illustrated with line drawings.
Over 3000 pages of information.
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Paupers in Workhouses Ordered by The House of Commons to be printed 30 July 1861. - Click for large image
Returns "from each workhouse in England & Wales, of the name of every adult pauper in each workhouse who has been an inmate of the workhouse during a continuous period of five years; stating the amount of time that each of such inmates shall have been in the workhouse, and the reason assigned why such persons are unable to maintain themselves:"
This cd contains the full return arranged by county and workhouse plus the summary.
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Register of the Freemen of the City of London, in the reigns of Henry VIII and Edward VI. - Click for large image
Translated and edited by Charles Welch, F.S.A.
Published in 1908.
This volume represents all the known records from the Register of Freemen of the City of London that survived a fire in 1786.
The entries give very interesting biographical details of each freeman.
Hundreds of names are listed

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Registers Des Quatres Eglises, Du Petit Charenton de West Street, De Pearl Street & de Crispin Street, London. - Click for large image
Published in 1929.
Registers Des Quatres Eglises, Du Petit Charenton de West Street, De Pearl Street & de Crispin Street, London.
Contains Baptisms and Marriages for the following churches and years.
Charenton 1701 - 1705.
West Street 1706 - 1743.
Pearl Street 1698 - 1701.
Crispin Street 1694 - 1716.
Plus an Index of names.
Also includes various facts about the congregations such as lists of trades, ministers, places of origin, etc.
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Royal School of Mines 1851-1920 - Click for large image
Royal School of Mines, Register of Old Students, 1851-1920. and History of the School.
By Miss Margaret Reeks.
Published in 1920.

This CD contains the history of the school from 1851 until the outbreak of war in 1914 with portraits and illustrations.
It also includes a Roll of Honour.

The Register of the Associates and Old Students of the Royal School of Mines contains the names of students plus some details of their military service 1914-18 also mentions some details of their careers.

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The Aldermen of the City of London, Temp. Henry III - 1912 - Click for large image
With Notes on the Parliamentary representation of the City, The Aldermen and the Livery Companies, The Aldermanic Veto, Aldermanic Baronets and Knights, etc. By the Rev. Alfred B. Beaven, M.A., F.R.Hist.Soc. Volumes I & II. Published in 1908 & 1913.
Includes a comprehensive list of the Aldermen of the City of London from 1276-1912.
Over 800 pages of information.
Complete with an index.
Useful for family history research.
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The Catholic Record Society Miscellanea V. - Click for large image
Published in 1909.
Miscellanea V includes - Abbess Neville's Annals of Five Communities of English Benedictine Nuns in Flanders 1598-1687. The Will of Christopher Stonehouse of Dunsley, Whitby c.1564-1631. A List of Convicted Recusants in the Reign of King Charles II (arranged by county).
Covering - Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Dorsetshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Lancashire, Yorkshire, London & Middlesex, Surrey, Devon, Norfolk, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Somerset, Suffolk, Staffordshire, Hampshire, Sussex, Wiltshire and Kent. Catholic Registers of Crondon Park, Essex c.1759-1831. Catholic Registers of Lulworth Castle, Dorset 1755-1840.
Also includes an index of Persons and Places.
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The Catholic Record Society Miscellanea XI - Click for large image
One of a series of books containing a variety of records from various counties.
Published in 1917.
Miscellanea XI includes Obituary Notices of the English Benedictine Nuns of Ghent in Flanders, and at Preston 1627-1811. The Register Book of St. Gregory's College at Paris, 1667-1786. Catholic Registers of Fr Bruno Cantrill, O.S.F., in London, 1726-55. Six Catholic Marriage Registers of Fr Joseph Alexius Smallwood, O.S.F., in London, 1730-50. Catholic Registers of Fr Arthur Pacificus Baker, O.S.F., near Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, 1747-73. Catholic Registers of Lincoln's Inn Fields Chapel, London. This contains Baptisms & Marriages before the fire of 1759. Plus. Baptisms 1759-72. Marriages 1759-1822 plus later marriages 1824-29 & 1830-31.
Also includes an index of names.
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The Marriage Registers of the Chapel of the Holy Trinity, Knightsbridge, London. - Click for large image
Transcribed by J. Harvey Bloom, M.A.
Transcripts of the parish registers.
Contains - Marriages 1658 - 1681.
The chapel was used in this period for clandestine marriages and contains some very interesting entries.
Complete with an index of names.
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The Parish Registers of St Nicholas Acons, 1539-1812 - Click for large image
Transcribed by William Brigg, B.A. Published in 1890. Transcriptions of the registers of Baptism, Marriage and Burial for the parish of St. Nicholas Acons, London. Baptisms - 1539-1812. Marriages - 1539-1665. Burials - 1540-1812. Including a name index.
This register includes some marriages from the Commonwealth period of the 1650s conducted by the Justice of the Peace.
Note should also be made of the many Dutch names that appear in the register.
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The Parish Registers of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate (1558-1753) - Click for large image
Transcribed by A.W. Cornelius Hallen, M.A.
Published between 1887 and 1890.
Transcripts of the registers of St Botolph, Bishopgate contains Baptisms, Marriages and Burials.
Complete with index.
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The Parish Registers of St. Mildred, Bread Street, London and St. Margaret Moses, Friday Street, London - Click for large image
Edited by W. Bruce Bannerman, F.S.A.
Published in 1912.
Transcripts of the parish registers.
Contains - St. Mildred, Bread Street - Baptisms 1658-1837, Marriages 1670-1837, Burials 1670-1853.
Plus - St. Margaret Moses, Friday Street- Baptisms 1559-1836, Marriages 1558-1839 (missing 1667-1812), Burials 1558-1850.
Each register has indexes of names and places.
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Westminster School Register, 1764 to 1893. - Click for large image
Compiled and edited with biographical notes by G.F. Russell Barker and Alan H. Stenning.
Published 1892.
This Register attempts to give the names and records of the boys who were admitted to Westminster School between June 1764 and August 1883.
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