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Local History Records- Vol 53 (2007)

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Contents: The London & Brighton Railway Merstham Tunnel Surveying Observatory; Godfrey Talbot, LVO, OBE; PCC Wills at the Family Records Centre; Caterham-on-the-Hill - from rural village to country town; Navvies on the Oxted line at Whyteleafe/Warlingham; Found - One Button; Woodcote Park Avenue, Purley - 9th September 1940; Woldingahm Natural History Society: Field Work and Darwin; Picton Mount, Whyteleafe; 27th Purley Scout Group HQ 1972.

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Local History Records- Vol 54 (2008)

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Contents: The Footpath Through the 'Golden Grain'; Coulsdon Rectory - the missing years; The Godstone Poor Law Union; PCC Wills at the Family Records Centre; Old Coulsdon District Guide Headquarters; The Golf Club in the Halliloo Valley; Sun-Dog over the Dobbin; A Coulsdon Boyhood; The Final Battle; Road Name Revival - Victor Beamish Avenue.

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Local History Records- Vol 55 (2008)

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Contents: 1881: The men who were making the Riddlesdown, Oxted and Limpsfield Tunnels; Danger Underground - and Danger Overhead; Dorothy Blackman, nee Oxenham of Purley Bury Farm; Nutwood and the North Downs; Growing Up in Old Coulsdon; A Caterham Incumbency 1973 - 1982; Pitfield Cottages, Halliday's Bottom (Roffes Lane) Caterham; The Well at Pitfield Cottages; Use of the London & Brighton Railway Merstham Tunnel Surveying Observatory as an Air Route Beacon; Artistic Remembrance; Gardner's Aerodrome - Hamsey Green; The Laing Estate, Riddlesdown; PCC Wills at the Family Records Centre.

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Local History Records- Vol 56 (2008)

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Contents: The Dewdney Family and East Surrey Mills; Dad's Army; Air Raid Precautions; Wapses Lodge Roundabout; Tightening the Green Belt in Caterham; Men of the Trams; Memories of WWII in Caterham; PCC Wills at the Family Records Centre; St Anne's College, Sanderstead; The Bombing of the Caterham Motor Company; Francis Henry Atkins -'Caterham Boy' to 'Home Boy'; Donald Howard and the Bunce Brothers of Caterham; Famous Inns of Surrey - The Red Lion, Smitham Bottom; Coulsdon Common - 125 Years of Ownership by the City of London.

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Making Sense of Latin Documents for Family and Local Historians.

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Making Sense of Latin Documents for Family and Local Historians. - Click for large image
by Brooke Westcott. 84 pages. ISBN 978-1-906280-45-1.
The farther back your research takes you, the more likely you are to come across documents partially or wholly in Latin. Index entries and catalogue descriptions vary in completeness, and it can be dispiriting sometimes to find that a document contains no more information than its catalogue entry. But if you don't go through it word for word you will always wonder whether something vital was hidden in there somewhere.

The aim of this book is to act as a crib; to set out and translate the basic form of the most useful and most common Latin documents, enabling the genealogist to get the most out of them. It is not a guide to reading old handwriting or teaching yourself Latin, although, unfortunately, you need to be reasonably competent in both of these to understand Latin documents.

Examples of documents covered in this book include Parish Registers, Wills, Probates, Inventories, Intestacy, Citations, Interrogatories, Definitive Sentences or Final Decrees, Excommunication, Writs, Inquisitions Post Mortem, Land Deeds, Final Concords, Recovery of Seisin, and Copyholds and Surrenders.

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Manual for the Genealogist, Topographer and Antiquary.

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Manual for the Genealogist, Topographer and Antiquary. - Click for large image
By R. Sims.
Published in 1888.
Perhaps one of the most informative books for the genealogist and local historian, who wishes to research back past the 19th century. The Manual for the Genealogist, Topographer and Antiquary describes and list the huge variety of records available for research.
From commonly used records such as Parish Registers, Wills and School Records to Monastic, Chancery, Heraldic, Scutage Rolls, Records of Clergymen etc., etc. Describing each type of record as it comes to them.
A "must have" for the serious local and family history researcher.

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A digital version of the original book, in PDF format.
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Market Harborough Parish Records to A.D. 1530.

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Market Harborough Parish Records to A.D. 1530. - Click for large image
By J.E. Stocks, M.A.
Published in 1890.
An account of the records which have been preserved for the town. The records of the town include the four parishes that make up Market Harborough.
The records cover the history of the town from the time of Domesday to 1530.
Also includes extracts of wills. Useful for both family history and local history. Machine Searchable.
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Miscellanies; Lancashire & Cheshire Vol. III

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Published in 1896. Printed as Vol. XXXIII for the Record Society for the Publication of Original Documents Relating to Lancashire and Cheshire. Contains - A list of clergy for eleven deaneries of the Diocese of Chester - 1541-2, with a list of the tenths and subsidies payable in ten deaneries of the Archdeaconry of Chester -1538 A detailed Survey of the Estate of Richard Chorley of Chorley Esq -1652 A large index of wills, inventories and administration bonds preserved at the Diocesan Registry, Chester - 1487-1620 Hundreds of names listed. Very useful for family historians. Machine Searchable A digital version of the original book, in PDF format. Viewable on any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Miscellanies; Lancashire & Cheshire Vol. III

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Published in 1896.
Printed as Vol. XXXIII for the Record Society for the Publication of Original Documents Relating to Lancashire and Cheshire.
Contains - A list of clergy for eleven deaneries of the Diocese of Chester - 1541-2, with a list of the tenths and subsidies payable in ten deaneries of the Archdeaconry of Chester -1538 A detailed Survey of the Estate of Richard Chorley of Chorley Esq -1652 A large index of wills, inventories and administration bonds preserved at the Diocesan Registry, Chester - 1487-1620
Hundreds of names listed. Very useful for family historians.
Machine Searchable.
A digital version of the original book, in PDF format.
Viewable on any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader

Supplied by: Anguline Research Archives
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My Ancestor was ... Scottish: A guide to sources for family historians.

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My Ancestor was ... Scottish: A guide to sources for family historians. - Click for large image
By Alan Stewart; 120 pages; ISBN 978-1-907199-13-4.
A comprehensive and indispensable guide to tracing Scottish ancestry, this book will help you get to grips with the differences and nuances of researching in Scotland, from civil registration and census returns, to parish registers and wills.

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