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Hampshire Family Historian Volumes 1 -10 (HFH01)

£ 6.50
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Scanned images of the first ten volumes of our quarterly journal, January 1974 - February 1984. These pages are images of the original journals. Because of their age and condition, not all text is recognised as such, so searching for keywords in Acrobat Reader may or may not be successful. An index of surnames appearing in articles is given at the end. This disk requires a computer with a DVD drive.

Supplied by: Hampshire Genealogical Society
Format: DVD
Ref: HAM-33001

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Images of Wotton-under-Edge Vol. 1

£ 10.00
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Images of Wotton-under-Edge Vol. 1 - Click for large image
This DVD provides a photographic historical record of Wotton-under-Edge in Gloucestershire, England. The photographs are from the collection of Michael Chappell, who was born and bred in the town and has an extensive knowledge of the history of the area. Michael, who was Chairman of the Society for many years, provides a commentary to the photographs.

Supplied by: Wotton-under-Edge Historical Society
Format: DVD
Ref: WUE-58A

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Images of Wotton-under-Edge Vol. 2

£ 10.00
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Images of Wotton-under-Edge Vol. 2 - Click for large image
This second DVD provides further photographic historical records of Wotton-under-Edge in Gloucestershire, England. The photographs are from the collection of Michael Chappell, who was born and bred in the town and has an extensive knowledge of the history of the area. Michael, who was Chairman of the Society for many years, provides a commentary to the photographs.

Supplied by: Wotton-under-Edge Historical Society
Format: DVD
Ref: WUE-58B

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Maesteg Cemetery Burial Records

£ 10.00
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There are approx 17,000 records of burials at Maesteg Cemetery. Due to the way in which the Cemetery records have been compiled over the years, we have indexed them alphabetically, in three files, which contain basic information of the burial (Name, Date and Grave No.) . You may have to consult all three files to find the person you are looking for. For further information, of the burial, you will have to consult the scanned images of the Burial year books and Grave Registers. The Burial yearbooks show the address and other details whilst the Grave Registers show who else is buried in the grave. There are full instructions of how to perform searches on the DVD as well as photographs of the Cemetery.

Parish History Series Volume 1

£ 12.00
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The contents of this 2 CD Set (or DVD) bring to you a historical look at the Parish Church of St. Mary, Alderley. There are Christenings, Marriages and Burials dating back to 1629 and in part, through to 1941 (where available). The discs also contain Churchwarden

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: CHS-D054

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1851 census of Cheshire

£ 20.00
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Both film and index for all Cheshire

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The
Format: DVD
Ref: CHS-D200

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1871 census of Cheshire

£ 20.00
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Both film and index for all Cheshire

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The
Format: DVD
Ref: CHS-D201

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Along the River Frome - Part 1

£ 14.95
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Evershot to Dorchester. The programme follows the course of the River Frome from Evershot, the second highest village in Dorset, down through Maiden Newton and on to the County Town of Dorchester. Bonny Sartin of the Dorset folk group The Yetties presents and narrates this fascinating account of life along the river.

Supplied by: Somerset & Dorset Family History Society
Format: DVD
Ref: SAD-582

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Along the River Frome - Part 2

£ 14.95
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Dorchester to Poole Harbour. The programme finds us winding our way further down the beautiful Frome Valley from the County Town of Dorchester through some of Dorset's prettiest hamlets and villages on to Wareham and Poole Harbour. Bonny Sartin of the Dorset folk group The Yetties presents and narrates this fascinating account of life along the river.

Supplied by: Somerset & Dorset Family History Society
Format: DVD
Ref: SAD-583

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Along the River Stour - Part 1

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Along the River Stour - Part 1 - Click for large image
Stourhead to Blandford. The programme follows the course of the River Stour from its source at Stourhead, through the Blackmore Vale to the Georgian town of Blandford Forum. Bonny Sartin of the Dorset folk group The Yetties presents and narrates this fascinating account of life along the river.

Supplied by: Somerset & Dorset Family History Society
Format: DVD
Ref: SAD-580

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