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Balliol College, Register, 1832-1914.

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Balliol College, Register, 1832-1914. - Click for large image
Edited by Edward Hilliard.
Published 1914.
This Register represents a 'Who's [email protected] of Balliol men now living (1914), containing details of their careers at College and at University.
Arranged alphabetically.
Plus the Roll of Balliol College, Oxford, taken from the admission book, revised to 1914. Professions include : Barristers, Clergymen, Indian Civil Servants, Readers, Lecturers, Schoolmasters, Tutors, Fellows of Oxford Colleges, Home Civil Servants, Professors, Solicitors, Members of Parliament, Army, Diplomacy, Medical Colonial Civil Servants, Journalists, Ministers of State, Bankers Land Agents etc.
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A digital version of the original book, in PDF format.
Viewable on any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader

Supplied by: Anguline Research Archives
Format: CD-ROM
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Boyles Court Guide, 1880

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Including a pull out map of the West End of London(1880) and many charming adverts. This wonderful book contains street and alphabetical listings of the name and abode in town and country of the nobility and gentry. Included are the family names of the nobility, Houses of Peers and Commons, the Foreign Ministers, Bankers, Army and Navy Agents, Government Offices, Public Societies and Institutions, Club Houses, Inns of Courts etc. Basically anyone who was anyone in 1880 London is listed here. The pull out map and street directories mean you can find where they lived on the map and see who lived next door.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
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Catholic Ancestor Volume 09 Number 2 / June 2002

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  • York Catholic History Day
  • Catholic Archives
  • More Lancashire Catholic Material Available On Microfiche
  • Army Deserters In The Police Gazette
  • Godfrey Browne Of Fountains Abbey
  • 'Palestrina For Tuppence': Nineteenth Century English Catholic Music Transformed
  • The Bonds of Bury St Edmunds And Their Family Connections
  • Catherine Powel: A Welsh Woman In The Spanish Netherlands
  • Lady Anne Mackworth And Her Granddaughter Frances English
  • The Origins Of The Irish In Newcastle And County Durham
  • The Irish In Victorian Britain: The Local Dimension
  • The Turnbulls Of Manchester And Liverpool: That Was The Easy Bit!

Supplied by: Catholic Family History Society
Format: Edelivery
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Catholic Ancestor Volume 11 Number 2 / September 2006

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  • The Pinningtons And Lows Of South West Lancashire
  • A Visit To The Ancestors
  • The Service Of Roman Catholics In The British Army 1750 To 1830
  • The Nicholsons Of Thelwall - Part 1
  • Archives Are Not Always Correct
  • Access To Archives
  • Devotions As Practised In 1770

Supplied by: Catholic Family History Society
Format: Edelivery
Ref: CAT-CA-112

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Chester, Holy Trinity Parish Register

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This transcription of the Parish Registers of Holy Trinity Church, Chester, from 1532 to 1837, was originally compiled and published in 1914 by L.M.Farrell, Rector of the Church. The Registers of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials are fully indexed for Surnames and Professions. There are also indexes for Trades and Professions, Titled People, Army and Navy Personnel, Diseases and Causes of Death, and of Clergy and non-Conformist Ministers (1 disk)

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: CHS-D004

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Crime and Punishment Volume 1

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Contains references to Lincolnshire men joining the Metropolitan Police Service, starting in 1824 Sources include service and pension, plus miscellaneous records.
The Hue and Cry Police Gazette for the years 1830, 1838, 1839, 1877, 1879 & 1884. This paper was used by the police, army and other authorities, searching for criminals, deserters and other miscreants. Full descriptions of those being sought are usually given.
The Register for Lincoln Gaol 1808-1843. Details of name, age, birthplace, description, date of committal, crime and sentence, are given. In PDF format. Adobe Acrobat Reader Version 6 or above needed. A free download is available at www.adobe.com

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Supplied by: Lincolnshire Family History Society
Format: CD-ROM
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Dorset's War Diary - Battle of Britain to D-Day by Rodney Legg

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Dorset's War Diary - Battle of Britain to D-Day by Rodney Legg - Click for large image
Tells the story on a daily basis, from the threat of German invasion during the hot summer of 1939, through radar research and the secret war, to the arrival of the US Army and the cross-channel sea and air armada on D-Day. 336 pages. Hardback.

Supplied by: Somerset & Dorset Family History Society
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Ref: SAD-91

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ECA Journal Volume 2 Number 5 / Spring 1988

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  • The Irish Connection
  • Ufton Court, (Berkshire)
  • Some Early London Catholic Schools - Part 2
  • The Sayer Family Of Worsall - Part 1, (North Riding Of Yorkshire)
  • Tracing An Army Ancestor
  • The Forster Papers Relating To Catholic Recusancy In Northumberland And Durham, (Plus Index A-L)

Supplied by: Catholic Family History Society
Format: Edelivery
Ref: CAT-ECA-025

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Guide to Family History Resources in the Macclesfield Area

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Compiled by Joan Irving. Giving an overview of the sources available to researchers in the Macclesfield area. Includes sections on antiquarian collections, army records, Bishops Transcripts, burgess rolls, cemetery and crematorium records, census returns, churches and chapels, parish registers, directories, estate records, maps, monumental inscriptions, schools and wills. 24 pages (A5).

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The
Format: Booklet
Ref: CHS-B027

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John King Irelands Forgotten Explorer

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In 1861 an Irish-born explorer emerged from the Australian outback, sole survivor of the country's greatest expedition. John King from Moy, Co. Tyrone, had crossed the arid continent and discovered tracts of rich, fertile land. With eight men dead, King's triumph was one of the world's great feats of endurance and thousands gathered to crown him Australia's first hero ... Yet within weeks the handsome 22-year-old had been airbrushed from popular history. It was determined that King, an 'Irish working man' was an unsuitable champion and the two dead leaders of the party, the Anglo-Irish gentleman, Robert O'Hara Burke and English scientist William Wills, would be history's heroes. Mentally and physically, King was a better equipped explorer than Burke or Wills. Educated at a Quaker primary school, King lived through the Great Famine, graduated after seven years at a tough Dublin military college, fought in the Indian Mutiny and was a teacher, linguist, musician, army sharpshooter, horseman and camel handler. John King: Ireland's Forgotten Explorer reveals the string of injustices done to John King by powerful contemporaries and subsequent historians, and on the 150th anniversary of his survival, seeks to give him his rightful place in the Burke and Wills historiography.

Supplied by: Ulster Historical Foundation
Format: Booklet
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