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Thackers Indian Directory (1895)

£ 21.44

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An incredibly comprehensive directory of the cities of Calcutta, Madras, Bombay, Allahabad. Lahore, Simla and Rangoon. Included are an almanac, army lists, civil lists, railway list, newspaper directory and general information. There is also an incredible street by street directory of Calcutta and an excellent alphabetical directory of mostly British or Europeans in the area. Absolutely wonderful information for all of those with ancestors who lived and worked in the Sub-Continent.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ACB-GB0769

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The Clergy List (1897)

£ 18.13

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Incorporating the Clerical Guide and Ecclesiastical Directory. Published by Kelly & Co. Containing the Complete Lists of the Clergy in England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland and the Colonies. Including Army, Navy, Prison, Union, and Foreign Chaplains, etc. An alphabetical list of benefices, with the dedication of the churches (church names). An invaluable resource, not only for family historians searching their clergy ancestors, but also for all of the general information relating to churches. Clergymen are often quite difficult to trace, as they moved around so much, but this book solves all of those problems, as there is not only a short biography of each person, but also a list of all churches and places where they served.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ACB-GB1371

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The Forgotten Irish Memorials of the Raj

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The Forgotten Irish Memorials of the Raj - Click for large image
An account of the Irish people who were deleted from the late 18th and 19th Century history. During that period England relied heavily on the Irish to staff the needs of the growing empire. At that time the option to work for the East Indian Company was a way of escaping the worsening poverty of Ireland. For the upper and middle classes a commission in the Bengal Army could mean easy money followed by an early retirement. For the Irish peasant serving as a soldier it meant the hope of a full stomach and the prospect of adventure in a warm climate away from the cold and rain. There were the adventurers such as the notorious George Thomas a deserter from the Royal Navy known as the Rajah of Tipperary others were mercenaries or had their own private armies. Although few of the graves remain of the above it is possible to compile their epitaphs and biographies from written sources so that their lives do not completely vanish into the past. Illustrated 330 pages

The King's German Legion: Records and Research

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Edited by Gwen Davis. 1st edition (December 2000). A lavishly illustrated book containing a number of articles about different aspects of the KGL during the Napoleonic Wars. The KGL was the Hanoverian Army in Exile 1806-1815 and was part of the British Army. The articles cover the KGL

Supplied by: Anglo-German Family History Society
Format: Book
Ref: ANG-A1

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The King's German Legion: Records and Research 2

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Edited by Gwen Davis. 1st edition (2006). A further lavishly illustrated book containing a number of different articles about aspects of the KGL during the Napoleonic Wars. The KGL was the Hanoverian Army in Exile 1806-1815 and was part of the British A

Supplied by: Anglo-German Family History Society
Format: Book
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The Treble Almanac (1812)

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The Treble Almanacs are three books in one: John Watson Stewart's Almanac for the year, principally Irish information. Everything that there is to know about Ireland in 1812, from schools to army lists, mail and stage coaches, farming, Sunday schools, and so on. The English Court Registry, which includes all of the major people from the King, to Members of Parliament, Lords, Officers in the Navy and Army, etc. Wilson's Dublin Directory, which contains a complete list of streets, lanes, alleys, etc. and a very comprehensive list of merchants and traders.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ACB-IE0006

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The Treble Almanac (1818)

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The Treble Almanacs are three books in one: John Watson Stewart's Almanac for the year, principally Irish information. Everything that there is to know about Ireland in 1818, from schools to army lists, mail and stage coaches, farming, Sunday schools, and so on. An immense amount of information in 239 pages. The English Court Registry, which includes all of the major people from the King, to Members of Parliament, Lords, Officers in the Navy and Army, etc. 243 pages. Wilson's Dublin Directory, which contains a complete list of streets, lanes, alleys, etc. and a very comprehensive list of merchants and traders, extending to over 200 pages for Dublin alone.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
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The Treble Almanac (1822)

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The Treble Almanacs are three books in one: John Watson Stewart's Almanac for the year, principally Irish information. Everything that there is to know about Ireland in 1822, from schools to army lists, mail and stage coaches, farming, Sunday schools, and so on. The English Court Registry, which includes all of the major people from the King, to Members of Parliament, Lords, Officers in the Navy and Army, etc. Wilson's Dublin Directory, which contains a complete list of streets, lanes, alleys, etc. and a very comprehensive list of merchants and traders.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ACB-IE0008

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The Treble Almanac (1829)

£ 18.13

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The Treble Almanacs are three books in one: John Watson Stewart's Almanac for the year, principally Irish information. Everything that there is to know about Ireland in 1829, from schools to army lists, mail and stage coaches, farming, Sunday schools, and so on. The English Court Registry, which includes all of the major people from the King, to Members of Parliament, Lords, Officers in the Navy and Army, etc. Wilson's Dublin Directory, which contains a complete list of streets, lanes, alleys, etc. and a very comprehensive list of merchants and traders.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
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The Zulu War 1879 / Phil Tomaselli

£ 4.95
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Rorke's Drift made the Zulu War one of the best kinown of all Britain's colonial wars. If your ancestor fought there, or was serving in South Africa at the time, Tomaselli's book will tell you how you can find out about his army career.

Supplied by: Internet Genealogical Bookshop
Format: Booklet
Ref: RAY-MIL-7

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