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No 1: Tudor Rutland: The County Community under Henry VIII, ed Julian Cornwall (1980)

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The Military Survey of 1522 & the Lay Subsidy of 1524, with introduction, map, glossary, index. These archives give a unique cross-section of the people of Rutland in the 16th century (hardback, 134pp). Out of print, enquire about copies

Supplied by: Rutland Local History & Record Society
Format: Book
Ref: RLH-00

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Parish Records - Hampshire Burial Index 1838-1865. HCD017

£ 20.00
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New publication - Launched May 2015

Searchable index to Anglican (Church of England) burials in mainland Hampshire for the period 1838-1865.

Excluding the Isle of Wight but including Aldershot Military Cemetery and the Royal Marine Church, Eastney whose registers are held at TNA, Kew. Incorporated in the database is a revised version of HCD010 (Burials 1838-1841) which includes Portsea Mile End Cemetery and Winchester West Hill.

Requires Windows XP or later. There is a PDF index by parish and surname for Mac users and earlier versions of Windows; this also has a list, with contact details, of municipal etc cemeteries which are not included in the database.

Supplied by: Hampshire Genealogical Society
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: HAM-30019

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Pre-1841 Censuses & Population Listings (in the British Isles) by Colin Chapman.

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Pre-1841 Censuses & Population Listings (in the British Isles) by Colin Chapman. - Click for large image
Background information for censuses and listings of people from 1086 to 1841 in England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. Listings were required for various purposes including military (muster rolls and militia lists) and the collection of taxes (poll, land and window taxes) whilst other listings were required by the Church authorities to determine who was regularly attending Church. There is a comprehensive index. Paperback, 84 pages.

Supplied by: Bristol and Avon Family History Society
Format: Book
Ref: BST- CC4

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PRONames 1, 2 & 3

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Three best-selling indexes to miscellaneous personal names (1605-1994) on one CD. Each is an A to Z collection covering the whole UK and they amount to 36,800 records. A wide variety of sources is covered, with particular emphasis on the 19th/20th centuries and Naval & Military topics. Database fields include Name, Rank, Number, Regiment/Ship, Date, National Archives Document Reference in full.

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Three PDF database files and three PDF notes files which include introduction, background and coverage.

Supplied by: Family History Indexes
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: FHI-CDPN123

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PRONames 1, 2 & 3

Physical: £ 7.50
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Three best-selling indexes to miscellaneous personal names (1605-1994) on one CD. Each is an A to Z collection covering the whole UK and they amount to 36,800 records. A wide variety of sources is covered, with particular emphasis on the 19th/20th centuries and Naval & Military topics. Database fields include Name, Rank, Number, Regiment/Ship, Date, National Archives Document Reference in full.

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Three PDF database files and three PDF notes files which include introduction, background and coverage

Supplied by: Family History Indexes
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: FHI-SF-CDPN123

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Quarter Cessions

£ 2.00
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Not just criminals but the whole fabric of life, including
poor relief, bastardy, planning matters, trading standards,
public nuisances, neighbours, apprentices, licensing,
military pensions, local taxation. Church attendance.
Quarter, Petty Sessions and Assizes.

Supplied by: Hampshire Genealogical Society
Format: Book
Ref: HAM-34017

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Royal School of Mines 1851-1920

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Royal School of Mines 1851-1920 - Click for large image
Royal School of Mines, Register of Old Students, 1851-1920. and History of the School.
By Miss Margaret Reeks.
Published in 1920.

This CD contains the history of the school from 1851 until the outbreak of war in 1914 with portraits and illustrations.
It also includes a Roll of Honour.

The Register of the Associates and Old Students of the Royal School of Mines contains the names of students plus some details of their military service 1914-18 also mentions some details of their careers.

Machine searchable.
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
Ref: ARA-ARA654

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Sheffield's Volunteer Armies

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Lists of local volunteer militia 1794-1795 and 1803-1808. (Published by Sheffield & District FHS). For other military records see Attestation & Discharge Index 1760-1840 under Miscellaneous data on CD ROM. (Published by Sheffield & District FHS).

Supplied by: Sheffield & District Family History Society
Format: Book
Ref: SHE-G106

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Simla & Himachal Pradesh Burial Records 1829-1945

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A collection of about 4244 burial records transcribed from surveys and burial records found in Simla the summer capital of British India. When the heat reached unbearable temperatures the British and their government migrated to the hills from Calcutta in pursuit of more temperate climes. Surrounding Simla in the neighbouring hills were other hill stations which were homes to several military cantonments. There are some famous deaths in Simla notably Sir Alexander Lawrence eldest son of Sir Henry Lawrence of the Punjab who came to grief when his horse slipped on the Hindo-Tibetan highway. He is buried in Kanlog Cemetery. The gravestone still exists. By Eileen Hewson FRGS Kabristan Archives 2012 363 pages ISBN 9781906276430

St Paul's Church Kandy Baptisms 1877-1950 Part 5

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by Eileen Hewson FRGS The Kabristan Archives 2014 pages A collection of approx 2980 baptisms and 2171 marriages in both index and chronological order of the military and their families from Kandy Garrison and other foreigners who lived in Kandy. There are also many Burgher, Sinhalese and Tamil names found in the registers.
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