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Boston Union Workhouse Records volume 1

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Extracts from the Minutes of the Board of Guardians 1836-1901; Clerk's Letter Book (transcription of all letters that mention paupers by name) 1887-1890 & 1898-1900; Girls' School Admission & Discharge Registers 1850-1901; Boys' School Admission & Discharge Register 1868-1902. These school registers give; name & age of child, parish to which they are chargeable, date of admission & discharge, and other details of schooling. The CD is in PDF format and is fully searchable using Adobe Acrobat Reader version 6 or higher (not supplied on CD). Visit www.adobe.com for a free copy.

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Supplied by: Lincolnshire Family History Society
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: LIN-021C

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Braithwell St James & Stainton St Wilfred Parish Records and More

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First Published 2015

Information includes:
Braithwell St James
  • Historical notes
  • Baptisms 1559 to 1923
  • Dade Register 1777 to 1812
  • Marriage Index 1559 to 1939
  • Burials 1559 to 1920
  • Cemetery Map
  • Monumental Inscriptions and War Memorials
Braithwell
  • Directories extracts
  • Schools Admission Registers
  • National Mixed School 1893 to 1928
  • Council School 1928 to 1938
Stainton St Winifred
  • Historical notes
  • Baptisms 1556 to 1920
  • Dade Register 1778 to 1811
  • Marriage Index 1556 to 1940
  • Burials 1557 to 1950
  • Cemetery Map
  • Monumental Inscriptions
  • War Memorials
Stainton
  • Schools Admission Registers 1886 to 1938
  • Trade Directories extracts

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Supplied by: Doncaster and District Family History Society
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: DON-1106

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Quakers in Kent - Some Birth, Marriage, Burial and Other Records 1648-1806

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A complete transcript of a Quaker register not surrendered to the Registrar General in 1837, which covers the period 1648-1778 and includes entries from a number of places in mid- to south-east Kent. Also Quaker burials at Cranbrook 1708-1806, other stray Quaker items from parish registers and Quakers Affirmation rolls of 1723. Introduction, Select Bibliography, Indexes of Surnames and Places. Paperback, 64 pages (1996).

Supplied by: Kent Family History Research
Format: Book
Ref: KFH-6-6

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Records of the Parish of Whitkirk, 1892

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Most importantly this book holds the Parish registers for Baptisms, Marriages and Burials for the years 1603- 1700. However this book also has a great deal of historical and ecclesiastical information about Whitkirk Parish that makes the book far more interesting than a simple Parish register. Other chapters in the book give a brief historical sketch of the parish, starting at the Doomsday Book. It lists the names of the parishes Vicars, describes the Rectory, Vicarage, Church, Chapel, Monuments and benefactions. It has a whole chapter on the parishes five Manorial Courts and their activities as well as the Church Wardens Accounts for 1653-4 and 1687-8. A great way to find your ancestors and discover how the world they lived in worked.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ACB-GB1114

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The Parish Register (1910)

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This pocket book sized book is fantastically useful to explain the mysteries of Parish Registers. A delightful book to read, a vital, must have for beginner and advanced family historians alike. Packed full of interesting snippets of Parish Registers from around the country, the book explains the type of information that can be found, how to read it and what the entries really mean. Parish registers are some of the most frequently used and most important documents in researching family history, this book helps you to get the most out of the entries and ensures you won't miss a thing when researching baptisms, marriages and deaths. It gives you access to small details that are easy to over look but can add a lot to your research such as, the years in which there were excessive numbers of deaths i.e. Plague years and the terrible Influenza of 1728. It describes the varying spellings of some names to give you a guide of how your name may also have changed, for example; Dyngley, Dinely, Dingley, Dingleye, Dingly, Dinglye, Dinley and so on. It even has a chronological table outlining the history of Parish Registers, how Thomas Cromwell started them, to the times they were regulated, when registers were imperfectly kept and other interesting dates such as; 1667 - A law is created insisting everyone was buried in wool, to bolster the wool trade, 1735 - The new law forbids keeping records in Latin. It gives you a brilliant idea of what to expect of Parish Registers, how they changed over time, what exactly they contain and much much more! It's full of details that will enlighten your research and deepen your understanding of Parish registers.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ACB-GB1133

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