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County Book of England and Official list Lancashire 1875.

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County Book of England and Official list Lancashire 1875. - Click for large image
This Hand Book of Lancashire in 1875 lists every official person in the county - nobility, politicians, clergy, lieutenants, sheriffs, magistrates and coroners.
In addition, there is a large section with entries for each town in the county (including Liverpool and Manchester), giving details of population figures, churches and vicars, local officials, railway stations, hospitals, schools, military, newspapers, banks, hotels, clubs and institutes, and points of interest etc.
Hundreds of names are featured, making this a very useful resource for family historians with Lancashire ancestors.
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A digital version of the original book, in PDF format.
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Supplied by: Anguline Research Archives
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Double Traitors? - The Belfast Volunteers and Yeoman 1778-1828

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In the 1790s a crucial battle for the mantle of the original Irish Volunteer movement of 1778-1784 was waged between the government and the United Irishmen. This was to decide which would be the dominant political and military force in Ulster. In Belfast the struggle was at its sharpest as the radicals held the initiative at first. When the yeomanry were formed in 1796-7 the United Irishmen had to decide whether to seek to take over that body of men, or to turn out independently in rebellion. Published before end of December 2000. Allan Blackstock as the major historian of the yeomanry, is particularly well equipped to chart the uncertainties of this critical contest, the outcome of which helped determine the fate of the United Irish rebellion in 1798. Published before end of December 2000.

Supplied by: Ulster Historical Foundation
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Forgotten Irish Burials with Asian Connections 1806 1960

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This e.book is a collection of 675 death records from churches and cemeteries in Ireland in Ireland and 196 birth records. The names included those of statesmen, military personell, planters, merchants and missionaries who served the Raj during the 19th and 20th century. Previously published in THE FORGOTTEN IRISH Memorials of the Raj E book format published by The Kabristan Archives 95 pages

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Gravestone Inscriptions Vol 21

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Nowhere is the long often troubled but always absorbing history of Newry more poignantly captured than in its historic graveyards. This scrupulously researched volume presents in fascinating detail information gleaned from the town's Church of Ireland, Roman Catholic and Presbyterian burying grounds. The Abbey sadly has vanished without trace, St Patrick's however was the first Protestant church to have been built in Ireland. Here are buried the remains of well-known merchant and clerical families including Carlile, Corry, Erskine, Glenny, Magill, Ogle and Swanzy. Both here and in St Mary's parish church architects and doctors are to be found alongside cutlers and carpenters. In each the number of soldier's memorials reflects the strong military presence of the town's barracks through the centuries. St Mary's Roman Catholic Church has the most recent and largest graveyard. Here most of the Bishops of Dromore of the last two centuries are buried, as are the many Catholic merchant and farming families associated with Newry's commercial importance. The two small Presbyterian graveyards contain outstanding local figures such as John Mitchel the Young Irelander and ministers involved in splits in the Presbyterian church. This generously illustrated volume is enhanced by additional features including biographical notes, extracts from wills and a guide to genealogical sources for this, one of Ireland's most historic towns.

CONTENTS - Clonlea Graveyard: Lisserboy Graveyard: Newry, St. Patrick's Church of Ireland Graveyard: Newry, St. Mary's Church of Ireland Church: Newry, Old Meeting House Green: Newry, Presbyterian Graveyard: Newry, St. Mary's Roman Catholic Graveyard: Ouley Graveyard: Ryans Presbyterian Graveyard: Savalmore Graveyard: Sheeptown Roman Catholic Graveyard: Shinn Roman Catholic Graveyard: Templegowran Graveyard: Appendix Summary Guide to documentary sources for Newry (compiled by Dr Brian Trainor)

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Haileybury School Register, 1862-1900.

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Haileybury School Register, 1862-1900. - Click for large image
Edited by L. S. Milford, M.A.
Published in 1900.
The Register of Haileybury School in Hertfordshire contains biographical details about the scholars for the years 1862 - 1900.
It also contains lists of masters, school prize winners and sporting teams, as well as some historical notes about the school.
Includes a useful index of names.
Former pupils include members of the military, clergy and civil servants.
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Haileybury School Register, 1862-1900.

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Haileybury School Register, 1862-1900. - Click for large image
Edited by L. S. Milford, M.A. Published in 1900. The Register of Haileybury School in Hertfordshire contains biographical details about the scholars for the years 1862 - 1900. It also contains lists of masters, school prize winners and sporting teams, as well as some historical notes about the school. Includes a useful index of names. Former pupils include members of the military, clergy and civil servants. Machine Searchable. A digital version of the original book, in PDF format. Viewable on any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Harts Annual Army List (1908)

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Details of serving, reserve and retired officers for every regiment in the British Army. With more than 1250 pages this is an incredibly useful resource for genealogists and military historians. What makes this book so easy to use are the excellent indexes of names which will help you to quickly find any person in the book.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
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HISTORICAL RECORDS OF THE 1st DEVON MILITIA (4 th Battalion Devon Regiment) by Colonel H. Walrond

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This book published in 1897 traces the history of the regiment from its earliest origins to 1896. Its 400+ pages are divided into chronological sections that give a great deal of information as to the location of the company and the day to day activities. There are a number of illustrations and the appendix gives lists of various ranks and officers. If you had an ancestor in the Devon Regiment, or if you are interested in the military history of the area, this book is invaluable in not only giving you facts but in bringing the Militia to life.

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History of Skipton

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By W. Harbutt Dawson.
Published in 1882.
A comprehensive history of the market town of Skipton, in Yorkshire, from Saxon times up to the Victorian period.
Includes chapters on - the Romille and Clifford families, the castle, parish church, manorial government, military history, biographies of Skipton 'worthies', agriculture and industry, nonconformist chapels, parish charities, local customs, etc.
Useful for genealogy and local history.
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A digital version of the original book, in PDF format.
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Index To A 2nd Collection of Surrey Baptisms (Not in the IGI) Nov 2011

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Compiled by Rosemary Cleaver from records transcribed by Cliff Webb and volunteers worldwide. Over 121,000 Surrey Baptisms from 81 Parishes Registers of various dates There are many entries up to 1875 and some later, including many from Non-conformist registers, and covering the following places:
Balham, 1855 (Nov) – 1876(Feb)
Battersea Bridge Fields, - Independent Chapel - 1866 (Mar)-1876(Jan)
Battersea Bridge, - Wesleyan Chapel - 1846 (Jul)-1877 Feb)
Battersea, - Christ Church 1861 (Dec) –1876 (Jan)
Battersea, St Luke - 1874 (Nov) –1876 (Feb)
Battersea, St Mark - 1868 (Nov) – 1875 (Dec)
Battersea, St Paul - 1869 (Feb) –1876(May)
Battersea, St Peter - 1874 (Jul) –1876(Jan)
Battersea, St Philip - 1869 (Oct) –1876(Jan)
Battersea, St Saviour - 1868 (Jan) –1876(Jan)
Bermondsey, Deverell Street - Methodist - 1837 (Apr) –1855(Apr)
Bermondsey, Gainsford Street - Wesleyan - 1842 (Oct) –1897(Nov)
Bermondsey, St Anne - 1866 (Apr) –1876(Feb)
Bermondsey, St Augustine - 1872 (May) –1876 (May)
Bermondsey, 1610 (May) –1645(Aug)
Camberley, Royal Military College 1813-76- 1813 (Feb) –1876 (Feb)
Camberwell, Camden Chapel (C of E) - 1845 (Nov) –1876(Apr)
Camberwell, Camden District Chapel (C of E) - 1863 (Jun) –1871(Aug)
Camberwell, Camden Schoolroom (C of E) - 1847 (Oct) –1863(Jun)
Camberwell, Emmanuel, - 1843 (Dec) –1875(Dec)
Camberwell, Neate Street - Methodist New Connexion - 1856 (Aug) –1899 (Sep)
Camberwell, St George - 1826 (Feb) –1837(Dec)
Camberwell, St John the Evangelist - 1848 (May) –1875 (Dec)
Caterham, Whyteleafe St Luke - 1866 (Dec) –1876 (Jan)
Clapham, St Paul - 1861 (Jun) –1876(Mar)
Clapham, St Stephen - 1868 (Jan) –1877 (Aug)
Croydon, South Norwood St Mark - 1852 (Oct) –1876(Jan)
East Molesey, - Methodist - 1861 (Sep) –1877 (Jul)
Farnham, Bible Christian Circuit - 1839 (Aug) –1874 (Feb)
Hatcham Deptford, All Saints - 1869 (May) – 1876 (Feb)
Hatcham Manor Deptford, - Methodist - 1874 (Jan) – 1938 (Jul)
Kennington, All Saints - 1874 (Nov) – 1876 (Jan)
Kennington, Emanuel - 1869 (May) –1876 (Feb)
Kennington, St James the Apostle - 1870 (Aug) –1876 (Apr)
Lambeth Brixton, St Jude - 1868 (Nov) –1876 (Jan)
Lambeth, St John at Waterloo - 1832 (Dec) – 1834 (Jan) & 1836 (Dec) - 1837 (Dec)
Lambeth, St Mary the Less - 1846 (Mar) – 1876 (Nov)
Lambeth, St Philip - 1863 (Jun) – 1876 (Jan)
Lambeth, St Saviour - 1867 (Jul) – 1876 (Feb)
Lambeth, St Stephen - 1861 (May) – 1876 (Jan)
Lambeth, St Thomas - 1847 (May) – 1876 (Jan)
Lambeth, Verulam Scotch Church - 1831 (Mar) –1833(May)
Lambeth, West Norwood Gypsy Hill Christ Church - 1867 (Jun) – 1876 (Feb)
Mitcham, Zion Chapel – Independent - 1863
Newington, Locksfield –Wesleyan - 1850 (Mar) – 1898 (Jul)
Newington, St Mary - 1707 (May) – 1776 (Dec)
Nunhead, St Antholin - 1865 (Jul) – 1876 (May)
Peckham, Hanover Chapel – Independent - 1801 (Feb) – 1879 (Jul)
Peckham, St Luke - 1874 (Mar) – 1876 (Jan)
Peckham, Stafford Road - Methodist - 1841 (Aug) – 1894 (Nov)
Ranmore, 1859 (Nov) – 1876 (Aug)
Redhill, Outwood - 1870 (Jan) – 1876 (May)
Reigate, Sidlow Bridge - 1862 (Mar) – 1876 (Apr)
Reigate, St Luke - 1871 (Feb) – 1876 (Mar)
Rotherhithe, Albion Street - Methodist - 1839 (Mar) – 1883 (Sep)
Rotherhithe, Christ Church - 1840 (Mar) – 1876 (Jan)
Rotherhithe, St Barnabas - 1872 (Jun) – 1876 (Jan)
Shepperton (Ex Middlesex) - 1574 (Jul) – 1876 (Mar)
Southwark, Chapel – Independent - 1837 (Sep) – 1890 (Oct)
Southwark, Besson Street - Methodist - 1849 (Jul) – 1940 (Jan)
Southwark, Christ Church- 1770 (Feb) – 1789 (Dec)
Southwark, Grove Mission - Wesleyan - 1848 – 1932 (Jul)
Southwark, Massinger Road St Mary Magdalen - 1843 (Dec) – 1879 (Oct)
Southwark, St Alphege - 1873 (Feb) – 1876 (Jan)
Southwark, St George - 1784 (Jan) –1806 & 1829 (Dec)- 1831(Dec)
Southwark, St John Horsleydown - 1733 (Jun) – 1763 (Sep)
Southwark, St Saviour - 1705/6– 1713, 1836-1840
Southwark, St Thomas - 1614 (Aug) – 1653 (Nov)
Staines, (Ex Middlesex)- 1748/9 (Feb) – 1812 (Dec)
Streatham, 1769 (Dec) –1801(Jan)
Streatham, St Peter and St Paul - 1867 (Nov) – 1876 (Mar)
Tooting, Holy Trinity - 1855 (Sep) – 1876 (Feb)
Wallington, Holy Trinity - 1868 (Feb) – 1879 (Mar)
Walworth, All Souls - 1869 (Apr) – 1876 (Jan)
Walworth, St Agnes - 1874 (Jul) – 1876 (Feb)
Walworth, St Mark 1867 (Jan) – 1876 (Feb)
Wandsworth, All Saints - 1855 (Jan) – 1897 (Aug)
Wandsworth, East Hill - Methodist - 1850–1853 & 1856-1877
Wandsworth, St Anne - 1850 (Nov) - 1901 (Feb)
Wandsworth, St Mary - 1846 (Jan) – 1900 (Apr)
West Dulwich, Emanuel - 1872 (Oct) - 1876 (Apr)

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