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The British Imperial Calendar 1823

£ 14.95
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The British Imperial Calendar 1823
This CD contains information on the Imperial Parliament, House of Peers, the House of Commons, Baronets, Knights, Army and Navy Lists, Public Companies, etc. A broad variety of information can be found such as addresses, ranks, plus much more.

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*Fully printable

Supplied by: S&N Genealogy Supplies
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Ref: SNG-5814

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The Children's Story of the War (Great War 1914-1918)

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The Children's Story of the War (Great War 1914-1918)
Although described as the 'Children's' story of the war, this 2CD set of 10 volumes is far from childlike in its writing style.

The stories and events of the Great War are described with a poetic edge and filled with photos, illustrations and diagrams.

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*Fully printable

Extract:
"On the first day of the New Year a broken old man, crippled with rheumatism and all but blind, was helped ashore at Salonika. It was King Peter of Serbia. He had struggled with the remnants of his army over snowy ridges and across flooded torrents..."

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The Home Front 1939-45: A Guide for Family Historians

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The Home Front played a significant role in the Second World War. Millions volunteered to serve part-time in the Home Guard and civil defence. Organisations such as the Red Cross, the Women's Voluntary Service, and the Women's Institute, depended on volunteers to run the services they provided. The Bevin Boys were conscripted to dig for coal, rather than to serve in the armed forces.

Many - especially women - worked in munitions factories. Other girls just out of school found their role in the Women's Land Army. The police and fire services were needed even more in time of war. In rural areas, many householders took in evacuees. Just about everybody in war-time Britain had their role to play in the prosecution of the war.

All of this activity created a huge mass of paper, which archivists are only now coming to grips with. It provides us with the means of finding out what our ancestors did on the Home Front. This book will guide you through the wide variety of sources available; it will tell you what to look for and where to find it.

Paperback by Stuart A Raymond.

Supplied by: S&N Genealogy Supplies
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Ref: SNG-6152

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The Record of the Coldstream Guards 1650-1918

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The Record of the Coldstream Guards 1650-1918
This CD contains a history of the Coldstream Guards from the 'New Model Army' of 1650 through wars with Spain and France, the American War of Independence, and during the Great War. Appendices include Victoria Cross awards, and Commanding Officers of Battalions.

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*Fully printable
*Contains almost 100 pages

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Ref: SNG-5990

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The Royal Calendar 1879

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The Royal Calendar 1879
This CD contains information on peers, the House of Commons, knights, army and navy lists, incumbents of parishes, etc. A broad variety of information can be found such as BMD dates, addresses, ranks, plus much more.~

~Please note: House of commons section L-Z and Honorary companions of Bath A-C are missing from this product

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*Fully printable
*Contains over 920 pages

Supplied by: S&N Genealogy Supplies
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Ref: SNG-3898

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The Royal Engineers Quarterly List 1927-29

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The Royal Engineers Quarterly List 1927-29
Similar to an Army List, this CD contains the names, regiments and ranks of officers on the Active List of the Royal Engineers including the Militia, the Territorial Army, the Supplementary Reserve, officers retired from the Active List, etc.
It covers twelve quarters from January 1927 to October 1929.

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*Fully printable
*Fully searchable
*Contains nearly 500 pages

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Ref: SNG-4121

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The Royal Kalendar and the Court and City Register 1825

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The Royal Kalendar and the Court and City Register 1825
This resource lists people of influence in England, Scotland, Ireland and the Colonies in 1825. Contains directories for the Houses of Parliament, Officers of the State, Law, Revenue, Army and Navy, Peerage, Baronetage, Universities, and Commercial. Also includes the Sovereign Princes of Europe, the President, and other Principal Magistrates of the United States of America.

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*Fully printable
*Contains over 400 pages

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Ref: SNG-6144

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Thom's British Directory, 1873 - Civil, Naval and Military

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Thom's British Directory, 1873 - Civil, Naval and Military
Densely-packed directories for Law and the Civil Service, Navy, Army, Militia, plus a Colonial Directory, Court and Parliamentary Directory, lists of Peers, Baronets, Knights, Judges, and Members of the House of Commons, the mayors of cities and boroughs, and the magistrates of English and Welsh counties.

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*Bookmarked by major headings
*Fully printable
*Contains over 900 pages

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Ref: SNG-5981

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"The Sligo Chronicle" Almanac and Directory for 1878

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This is a short, yet very rare publication by the Sligo Chronicle newspaper. It contains a complete business directory for Sligo in 1878. It also contains a very detailed set of "Local memoranda" concerning the county, including a history of Sligo county and details about Sligo town, and the towns of Rosses Point, Ballymote, Collooney, Ballisodare, and Easky. This is followed by a comprehensive listing of all the people associated with the various administrative bodies in the county, including MPs, judiciary, Sligo corporation, Harbour Board, Sligo Union, Tobercurry Union, Dromore West Union, Sligo & Leitrim Asylum, County Infirmary, religious establishments, schools and the army. However the real value of this publication is the range of unusual topics it covers. It has a section on "Profitable thoughts" containing many poems, a section on famous men and women from the county, and more. The book also includes an extraordinary calendar for the year ahead, which contains articles on a divers range of topics both local and international, with 15 illustrations. While only 84 pages, this is a useful book for those studying Sligo and its people.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ACB-IET0029

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A Family Historians Great War

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To commemorate the centenary of the start of the Great War, DDFHS has published this A4 sized booklet. It looks at subjects that will answer questions raised by people researching their family history during this period. It considers why your ancestors may have joined the army or stayed at home and assesses the impact this had on their families. It also explores attitudes to marriage and cohabitation and the numbers of children born in and out of wedlock. There are a number of articles written by some of our members about their familys experiences of the war and a guide to enable you to research your own family, not just those men who served in the army.

Supplied by: Doncaster and District Family History Society
Format: A4 Book
Ref: DON - 03503 - WN

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