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US Census Index: US Selected States/Counties 1870

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Approximately 4,708,000 individuals in District of Columbia and 31 states (AK, AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, DE, FL, GA, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, ME, MN, MO, MT, NC, ND, NM, NV, SD, TX, VA, WA, WI, WV, WY) are indexed. Individual's first and last name, soundex code, state, county, locality, census year and census page number are included. Some entries also indicate the number and age of household inhabitants. Records indexed may not be comprehensive for the time and region covered.

Requires Family Tree Maker software OR the FREE Family Archive Viewer (simply add it to order if required).

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Warwickshire, Coventry 1874 Alphabetical Names & Trade Directory

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Warwickshire, Coventry 1874 Alphabetical Names & Trade Directory
Stepping Stones publication. Coventry 1874 Alphabetical Names and Addresses and Trade Directory. This CD contains scanned images of the above directory, which contains hundreds of names and addresses of people living in this area at the time. Trades section contains 52 pages with approx. 50 names per page, arranged in sections by Trades and Professions, in a similar way to the modern Yellow Pages. Alphabetical Names section contains 79 pages with approx. 50 names per page, showing names of principal inhabitants of Coventry and their occupations and addresses. Also includes 4 page street list, showing locations of the smaller lanes, alleys, etc. The images are in black and white BMP (bitmap) format, compatible with nearly all computers, PC/Mac/Linux and many older systems (Atari/Amiga/etc.) too. You can open them in just about any picture viewing or editing software for browsing/printing as required.

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Who Do You Think You Are? Encyclopedia of Genealogy

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Who Do You Think You Are? Encyclopedia of Genealogy
From the makers of the award-winning BBC series and Dr Nick Barratt, the UK's leading authority on family history, comes the definitive, must-have guide to researching your family's roots and bringing your family history to life. Containing all you need to know, whether you're a new beginner or more experienced researcher.

Covering all access levels, from the new beginner to the more experienced researcher, the Encyclopedia of Genealogy is a comprehensive master class in solving the mysteries of your personal heritage. Beginning with advice on the very first steps, before providing a detailed explanation of the range of sources you will encounter when trying to flesh out your ancestor's lives.

The Encyclopedia is divided into sections, each a fascinating standalone reference article so that you can easily pick and mix the relevant information according to the route your journey through your family history takes you. The Encyclopedia of Genealogy guides you through:



*Getting started, including research planning, sources, how to construct a family tree and working online

*Going further, combining historical context (from military history to migration and family secrets) with practical advice on sources

*Troubleshooting the most common problems such as common surnames and missing ancestors

*Use of DNA such as DNA profiling services

*Organisational tools such as designing a website and information about software and community projects.



Everything you need to bring alive your family tree.

Hardback with 531 pages.

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Yorkshire, Hull 1892 Alphabetical Directory

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Yorkshire, Hull 1892 Alphabetical Directory
Stepping Stones publication.

This CD contains scanned images of the Alphabetical Names section of the the 1892 Hull Directory. Hundreds of names and addresses in the following sections:- Hull Alphabetical Names Directory, 145 pages, the principal inhabitants of the Hull area listed alphabetically by surname and showing their addresses and occupations. 15 pages of local information, including list of Councillors and Magistrates for the county, public offices, churches and institutions, etc. The images are in black and white BMP (bitmap) format, compatible with nearly all computers, PC/Mac/Linux and many older systems (Atari/Amiga/etc.) too. You can open them in just about any picture viewing or editing software for browsing/printing as required.

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Yorkshire, Hull 1892 Street Directory

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Yorkshire, Hull 1892 Street Directory
Stepping Stones publication.

This CD contains scanned images of the Street section of the the 1892 Hull Directory. Hundreds of names and addresses in the following sections:- Hull Street Directory, 156 pages, listed alphabetically by street name and showing the names and occupations of the principal inhabitants. Includes 13 page separate list of smaller streets not listed in the main section, showing their situations. 15 pages of local information, including list of Councillors and Magistrates for the county, public offices, churches and institutions, etc. The images are in black and white BMP (bitmap) format, compatible with nearly all computers, PC/Mac/Linux and many older systems (Atari/Amiga/etc.) too. You can open them in just about any picture viewing or editing software for browsing/printing as required.

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Yorkshire, Hull 1892 Trade Directory

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Yorkshire, Hull 1892 Trade Directory
Stepping Stones publication.

This CD contains scanned images of the Trade section of the the 1892 Hull Directory. Hundreds of names and addresses in the following sections:- Hull Trades and Professions Directory, 82 pages, listed in sections under trade or profession, in a similar way to the modern Yellow Pages, 15 pages of local information, including list of Councillors and Magistrates for the county, public offices, churches and institutions, etc. The images are in black and white BMP (bitmap) format, compatible with nearly all computers, PC/Mac/Linux and many older systems (Atari/Amiga/etc.) too. You can open them in just about any picture viewing or editing software for browsing/printing as required.

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Yorkshire, North Yorkshire 1897 Street & Trade Directory

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Yorkshire, North Yorkshire 1897 Street & Trade Directory
Stepping Stones publication.

This CD contains scanned images of the above Kelly's Street and Trade Directory. Includes :- History of the North Riding, 7 pages, Council, Police and Magistrates Directories, 6 pages, Large section on Middlesbrough, 60 pages, with its own history, street, court and commercial sections, Large section on Scarborough, 31 pages, again with its own history, street, court and commercial sections.

The remaining section on villages in the North Riding consists of over 270 pages with small descriptions of each village/parish and lists of Post Office and Commercial information, Clergy, etc. Villages covered include : Acklam, Ainderby Steeple, Aislaby, Allerston, Alne, Amotherby, Ampleforth, Appleton le Moors and Street, Appleton upon Wisk, Arkengarthdale, Askrigg, Aysgarth, Ayton, Bainbridge, Baldersby, Barningham, Barton, Barton le Street, Barughs Ambo, Bedale, Bellerby, Bilsdale, Birkby, Bolton upon Swale, Bossall and Buttercrambe, Bowes, Brafferton and Helperby, Brandsby, Bransdale cum Farndale, Brignall, Brompton, Brotton, Broughton, Bulmer, Burneston, Carlton Miniott, Castle Howard, Catterick, Clifton, Cloughton, Coatham, Coverham, Cowton, Coxwold, Crakehall, Crambe, Crathorne, Crayke, Cundall, Danby, Danby Wiske, Downholme, Easby, Easington, Easingwold, Ebberston, Egton, Ellerburn, Eryholme, Eston, Exelby, Farlington, Feliskirk, Flaxton on the Moor, Forcett, Fylingdales, Gilling, Glaisdale, Grinton, Grosmont, Guisborough, Hackness, Hardrow, Harome, Hawes, Hawnby, Hawsker, Healey, Helmsley, Hilton, Hinderwell, Hipswell, Hornby, Hovingham, Hudswell, Huntington, Husthwaite, Hutton Bonville Buscel Conyers and Magna, Huttons Ambo, Ingleby Arncliffe, Kilburn, Kildale, Kilvington, Kirby Cold Knowle Misperton Moorside and Wiske, Kirkby Fleetham and Ravensworth, Kirkdale, Kirkleatham, Kirklington, Laithkirk, Langton, Lastingham, Leake, Levisham, Leyburn, Loftus, Lythe, Malton, Mansfield, Marrick, Marske, Marton, Masham, Melbecks, Melsonby, Middleham, Middleton, Middleton Tyas, Muker, Myton upon Swale, Newton upon Ouse, Newton upon Rawcliffe, Northallerton, Ormesby, Osbaldwick, Osmotherley, Oswaldkirk, North Otterington, Patrick Brompton, Pickering, Pickhill, Raskelf, Redcar, Reeth, Richmond, Rokeby, Romaldkirk, Rosedale, West Rounton, Rudby in Cleveland, Saltburn by the Sea, Salton, Sand Hutton, Scalby, Scawton, Seamer, Sherriff Hutton, Over Silton, Sinnington, Skelton in Cleveland, Slingsby, Sneaton, Sowerby, Spennithorne, Stainton, Stanwick, Startforth, Stillington, Stokesley, Stonegrave, Sutton on the Forest, Tanfield, Thirkleby, Thirsk, Thornaby on Tees, Thornton le Dale and Street, Thornton Watlass, Topcliffe, Ugthorpe, Warthill, Wath, Well, Wensley, Whenby, Whitby (13 pages), Whitwell on the Hill, Whorlton, Wigginton, Witton, Wycliffe, Wykeham with Ruston, Yafforth, Yarm, and many other small places.

All the images are in black and white BMP (bitmap) format, compatible with nearly all computers, PC/Mac/Linux and many older systems (Atari/Amiga/etc.) too. You can open them in just about any picture viewing or editing software for browsing/printing as required.

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Format: CD-ROM
Ref: SNG-5017

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Yorkshire, Sheffield 1787 Trade Directory

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Yorkshire, Sheffield 1787 Trade Directory
Stepping Stones CD publication.

Contents of the Sheffield 1787 Trade Directory

Trades Section - 48 pages, arranged in sections by trade, all to do with the steel industry, eg: Anvil manufacturers, metal buttons, files, founders, pocket knives, razors, scissors, sickles, table knives, etc. Alphabetical Names Section - 36 pages, an alphabetical list of the principal tradesmen and inhabitants of Sheffield, includes all trades (not just the steel related ones!) Carriers, etc. - 9 pages, lists coaches going in and out of Sheffield, with places to/from and times. Also a 9 page list of subscribers. The images are in black and white BMP (bitmap) format, compatible with nearly all computers, PC/Mac/Linux and many older systems (Atari/Amiga/etc.) too. You can open them in just about any picture viewing or editing software for browsing/printing as required.

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Complete Works of Charles Evans (download version)

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A downloadable version of this book. NB file is compressed in "zip" format and needs software such as Winzip to extract it. Data files consist of interlinked PDF, requiring Adobe Reader to view.
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Ormerods History of Cheshire

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George Ormerods monumental work The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester was first published in 1819, and it still remains the most complete historical survey of the county to date. The second edition (1882) was substantially revised and enlarged by Thomas Helsby, and extends to around 2,500 pages contained in three enormous volumes. As well as giving detailled histories of all the parishes and townships in the county, there are numerous pedigree charts for prominent Cheshire families, many of which stretch back for centuries. This CD-ROM publication of the complete 1882 edition is a joint effort by the FHS of Cheshire and the Cheshire Local History Association. It is published in Adobe Acrobat format (viewer supplied), and should be readable on most machines using Windows 95/98, 2000 or NT 4.0, or Power Macs using Apple System Software 7.1.2 or later. 1 disk

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