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Catholic Ancestor Volume 06 Number 3 / November 1996

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  • Cheshire Catholic Registers
  • Conformity In The South 1590-1625
  • Simon Godfrye Of Densworth, Sussex: Seeing The 1590s Through The Bars Of Horsham Gaol
  • The Slaughters Of Cheney Court And Their Catholicism
  • Papists In The Counties Of Brecon And Flint, 1680
  • More Parish Histories
  • "Of Sound Mind": Some Catholic Wills In The Eighteenth Century
  • The Registers Of The Catholic Chapel At Haughley Park, Suffolk, 1807-1809
  • Society For The Relief Of The Aged Poor (Established 1708)
  • The Catholics Of Stella Parish, Durham, In 1861
  • The "Strangeways" Of Our Ancestors
  • Deaf, Dumb And Blind Children In Westminster
  • Two Home Counties Churches Founded By Germans
  • Boys Will Be Boys
  • Soldiers Died In The Great War 1914-1919
  • Catholic Converts In The First World War
  • Book Notice: Reformation And Society In Guernsey
  • The New Public Record Office

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Catholic Ancestor Volume 06 Number 5 / June 1997

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  • Guild Of One Name Studies
  • Catholic Ancestry In Yorkshire
  • The Families Of The Benedictine Nuns At Pontoise
  • Lincolnshire Recusants 1736/7
  • Catholics In Everingham
  • The Religious Press
  • Casey's Charity For The 'Poor Catholicks Of Manchester'
  • Catholic Wills
  • The First Church On A Public Highway

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Catholic Ancestor Volume 06 Number 6 / November 1997

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  • Leslie Brooks 1897-1997
  • Catholic Central Library
  • The Walpoles And The Jesuits - C.R.Humphery-Smith
  • The Spanish Elizabethans
  • The Onslow Collection Of Catholic Families
  • Catholics In Buckinghamshire 1717+
  • Catholics In Halsall, Lancashire, 1767
  • Coventry Catholics In 1767
  • Liverpool Churches On The Public Highway
  • Irish Vagrants' Passes
  • English Catholics In Toronto, Canada
  • St Anne's, Underwood Road, London E1
  • Indexes: The 1881 Census And Nuns To 1914
  • Catholic Wills
  • Review: The Cross On The Sword: Catholic Chaplains In The Forces
  • Review: Germans In Britain Since 1500
  • Review: Gillow Furniture Designs 1760-1800
  • Review: Women Of The Catholic Resistance
  • The Derbyshire Papists' Returns Of 1705-1716
  • St Mary, Oswaldtwistle

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Catholic Ancestor Volume 07 Number 2 / June 1998

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  • The National Burials Index Project
  • Catholics At Dover, Kent, in 1636
  • Lancashire Qtr Sessions Records - Register Of Recusants 1678
  • An Early Catholic Mission In The Isle Of Man
  • Thomas Brockholes - But Which One?
  • The Conversion Of Richard Crepwelle
  • The Return Of Papists In London In 1767
  • Where Did You Say You Were Born...?
  • Some Monmouthshire Catholics In Anglican Bishops' Transcripts
  • The Conollys Of Midford Castle
  • Catholic Registers In Shropshire
  • The Execution Of John Cashman For Taking Part In The Spa Fields Riots Of 1816
  • Charities And The First World War
  • The Sisters Of Charity In The 1881 Census
  • Catholic Wills
  • Review: The Thomas More Family Group Portraits
  • A Squire's Tale: A Costume Drama Documentary About Little Crosby
  • Review: Steadfast in Faith: A Ahort History Of The Catholic Church In Marnhall And Gillingham In Post-Reformation Times
  • Memoirs of Catholic Manchester
  • Review: Faith and Fortune - St Philip's School, Birmingham
  • More Lancashire Parish Histories

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Catholic Ancestor Volume 07 Number 4 / February 1999

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  • Catholic Beneficiaries Index
  • St Mary's Osbaldeston
  • Recusant Catholics In Greenwich, Kent, 1580-1780
  • The Catholic Havers Of Thelveton Hall, Norfolk
  • Family Inscriptions In Bibles, Missals And Other Pious Books - The Melbey Family
  • St George's Cathedral, Southwark
  • Hop-Pickers At Hadlow, Kent In 1853 And Beckley, Sussex, In 1872
  • Alfred Roach Writes To Australia
  • An Irish Wake In Liverpool, 1866
  • Catholic Burials From Mynyddislwyn, Monmouthshire
  • The Thompsons Of Birmingham
  • Catholic Wills

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Chester of Knole Park

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By Robert Edmond Chester, Esq. B.A. Published in 1881. Genealogical Memoirs of the Families of Chester of Bristol, Barton Regis, London, and Almondsbury, descended from Henry Chester, Sheriff of Bristol, 1470. And also the Families of Astry of London, Kent, Beds, Hunts, Oxon, and Gloucestershire, descended from Sir Ralph Astry,Kt., Lord Mayor of London, 1493. Contains many pedigees, coats of arms, wills and much other interesting genealogical material concerning the above families. The examples given may also be used by researchers of other families as an indication of what sources may be available to them. Useful for local and family history research. Machine Searchable. A digital version of the original book, in PDF format. Viewable on any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Death Duties Volume 2 1822-1836

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Lincolnshire Testators and Beneficiaries. The information given on this CD is: Name of testator with other information such as date of will, date of death, abode and any other useful information that was given: Name of Beneficiary with relationship to the testator (where given), abode etc., and the court where the will was proved. A search has been made in the records for testators and beneficiaries shown as being a Lincolnshire person. Many of the wills that are included were proved at courts other than in Lincolnshire. In PDF format. Adobe Acrobat Reader version 6 or above needed. A free download is available at the Adobe website.

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Doncaster St George, Parish Registers & more

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First Published September 2013

Information includes:
Doncaster St George
  • Baptisms 1557 to 1935
  • Burials 1557 to 1855
  • Marriages 1750 to 1837
Doncaster
  • Bains 1822 Direcctory
  • Freemen of Doncaster
  • Monumental Inscriptions
  • White's Directories 1822 & 1837
  • Wills and Inventories
  • Yards & Courts

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Dougals Unclaimed Money Register (1910)

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This book contains about 70,000 names of people who have been advertised for to claim property and money. Dougal & Co. used to publish these lists and charge for a copy of the original advertisement. These are people who have died without leaving wills, and with no known beneficiaries. People in all parts of the world from 1650 up until the early 1900s are listed in this book. If no beneficiary could be found, then the money went to the Probate Office of that country. It still remains there unclaimed. In cases such as these, for example, if the person was British, the money goes to the Crown, and records are kept at the Principal Probate Office in London. Unclaimed estates can still be claimed, no matter how old!

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DUNHAM MASSEY LIVES, PART 1 1600-1640 by Jill Groves

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Dunham Massey people, their politics, their families, Dunham Massey’s salt industry, Dunham Massey Hall’s mill and its watercourses, agriculture, housing, food, clothes and luxuries as shown in wills and probate inventories from 1600 to 1640

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