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Genealogy for Beginners

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By Arthur Willis and Karin Proudfoot . Many books have been written for the would-be genealogist, but none has equalled the popularity of this little book on English research. First published in 1955, it is now in its 6th completely re-written edition. Contents include How to Begin; Records of searches; Births, marriages and deaths; Census return; Parish registers; Other parish records; Wills and administrations; Other ecclesiastical records; The Public Record Office; The Society of Genealogists library; Other libraries; Other sources.

Supplied by: Internet Genealogical Bookshop
Format: Book
Ref: RAY-803

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Glossary of North-east Cheshire Words

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Glossary of seventeenth and early eighteenth century Cheshire words from wills and inventories

Supplied by: Northern Writers Advisory Services
Format: Print-out
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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)

Supplied by: Ulster Historical Foundation
Format: Book
Ref: UHF-GI09

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Guide to Family History Resources in the Macclesfield Area

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Compiled by Joan Irving. Giving an overview of the sources available to researchers in the Macclesfield area. Includes sections on antiquarian collections, army records, Bishops Transcripts, burgess rolls, cemetery and crematorium records, census returns, churches and chapels, parish registers, directories, estate records, maps, monumental inscriptions, schools and wills. 24 pages (A5).

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The
Format: Booklet
Ref: CHS-B027

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Hale Lives 1600-1760

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by Jill Groves. Hale people, their politics, religion, alehouses and leisure, crime and violence, agriculture, housing, food, clothes and luxuries as shown in wills and probate inventories

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Hemingway Journal Back Issues for 1999/2000

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Back issue pack of 1999/2000 Hemingway (and variants) Journal. The three Journals contain articles about Hemingway Masons by GY Hemingway incluing trees, Bradford Burials, Extracts from British Isles VRI, House of Hemingway by W Hemingway Nov 1938 reprint, Will of William Hemingway of Thorne 1870, Hemingways who died in the Great War, Extracts from Cambridge Alumni 1261 - 1900, Assize Record Extract of Robert Hemingway 1591, Hemingway Wills Index per 1858 and much more.

Supplied by: Hemingway One-Name Study, The
Format: Booklet
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History of the Parish of Buxhall, Suffolk (1902)

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A huge volume published in 1902 which is incredibly detailed. The contents include transcripts from the parish register from 1558, court rolls, and early wills, plus details of free and copyhold tenants, topographical and historical information. Also included are twenty four full plate illustrations and a very large map of lands in the parish.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ACB-GB0958

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How Heavy, How Much and How Long? by Colin Chapman.

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How Heavy, How Much and How Long? by Colin Chapman. - Click for large image
A description of weight and other measures used in the past throughout the British Isles. Including chapters covering general numeration, length, area, volume and capacity, weight and mass, money, metric measures and equivalents. Invaluable for anyone studying wills, inventories, accounts, letters, journals and family papers. Paperback, 92 pages.

Supplied by: Bristol and Avon Family History Society
Format: Book
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HUMPHREYS WELLINGTON by Arthur L. Humphreys

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At the beginning of the 20 th century Arthur L. Humphreys researched and published a series of books were entitled “Materials for the History of the Town and Parish of Wellington in the county of Somerset ”. This CD contain all four books that were published in this series, Part 1 – Wills of Wellington and West Buckland 1372 to 1811. Part 2 – Manorial Court Rolls 1277 – 1908 . Part 3 – The Independents (Non-conformist records including registers). Part 4 – The Baptists . In addition to these four volumes there is a copy of Humphreys own account of his childhood which is entitled “ When I Was A Boy ”.

Supplied by: WestCountryBooks
Format: CD-ROM
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John King Irelands Forgotten Explorer

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In 1861 an Irish-born explorer emerged from the Australian outback, sole survivor of the country's greatest expedition. John King from Moy, Co. Tyrone, had crossed the arid continent and discovered tracts of rich, fertile land. With eight men dead, King's triumph was one of the world's great feats of endurance and thousands gathered to crown him Australia's first hero ... Yet within weeks the handsome 22-year-old had been airbrushed from popular history. It was determined that King, an 'Irish working man' was an unsuitable champion and the two dead leaders of the party, the Anglo-Irish gentleman, Robert O'Hara Burke and English scientist William Wills, would be history's heroes. Mentally and physically, King was a better equipped explorer than Burke or Wills. Educated at a Quaker primary school, King lived through the Great Famine, graduated after seven years at a tough Dublin military college, fought in the Indian Mutiny and was a teacher, linguist, musician, army sharpshooter, horseman and camel handler. John King: Ireland's Forgotten Explorer reveals the string of injustices done to John King by powerful contemporaries and subsequent historians, and on the 150th anniversary of his survival, seeks to give him his rightful place in the Burke and Wills historiography.

Supplied by: Ulster Historical Foundation
Format: Booklet
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