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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)

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Folkestone Lieutenancy Papers 1803

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

Supplied by: Folkestone & District Family History Society
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Folkestone Lieutenancy Papers 1803

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

Supplied by: Folkestone & District Family History Society
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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
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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.

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Lincolnshire Military Records Volume 1

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Originally published on microfiche, the CD contains the following:
Militia Ballot Lists Kesteven 1824: These cover villages in the Wapentakes of Aveland, Beltisloe, Langoe, Loveden, Ness and Winnibriggs, & Threo, plus the Boroughs of Grantham and Stamford. The lists give the name, occupation, age and any infirmity or exemption of men aged 18 to 45, for each village. Some lists may not have all of this info.
Royal South Lincolshire Militia c 1800-1845: Sometimes dated, sometimes not, these lists give details of officers and men in various companies. Includes full descriptions of the men, their home parish, and parish for which they served as substitutes, when they died, deserted or joined the regular army. Many men on the lists are not from Lincolnshire. The lists cover Kesteven, Holland and Lincoln City.
Lincolnshire Volunteer Infantry: Details of these pay lists, dates 1795, 1803-1806, & 1813, are taken from documents at The National Archives,and cover Lindsey, Kesteven, and Holland. Adobe Acrobat Reader version 6 or above needed (not supplied on the CD.) A free download available at www.adobe.com

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List of European Tombs in the Bellary District with Inscriptions thereon

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A collection of approx 1055 records found in Bellary a British Army Cantonment in the Indian state of Karnatika. The deaths listed are of the military personnel and their families stationed there. Originally printed in 1894 at Bellary India the book was the forerunner to the enlarged edition of the Madras Presidency published in 1905. Compiled by J. J. Cotton edited by Eileen Hewson Kabristan Archives 2008 63 pages PB ISBN 9781906276188

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.

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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).

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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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