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Rushbrook Parish Registers, Suffolk, 1567 - 1850

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Published 1903.
Contains Baptisms, Marriages and Burials complete with indexes.
Also includes Church Briefs, Monumental Inscriptions plus much information about the Jermyn, Davers, Rushbrook and Folkes families including some wills.
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A digital version of the original book, in PDF format.
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Shropshire Probates 1700-1749

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By G.F. Matthews, B.A.
Published in 1929.
An index of wills proved between 1700-1749 giving name of deceased, place of residence, date of probate and PCC reference.
Useful for Shropshire genealogy research.
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Stemmata Alstoniana (Lionel Cresswell, 1898)

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A collection of genealogical tables and memoranda relating to the ancient families of Alston. Includes, arms, pedigrees, portraits, illustrations of seats, foundations, chantries, monuments, wills, extracts of parish registers, signatures, old jewels etc. This CD is indexed and fully searchable for ease of use.

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Suffolk Subsidy Return 1568

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Upwards of 16,000 people are listed in this transcript of ancient documents. Practically the whole of the male population of Suffolk with a small sprinkling of women too, from wealthy landowners down to their servants. Effectively a partial census in 1568 with an excellent index as well.

The subsidy was levied at "one fifteenth and tenth of moveable goods and chattels......" The payment subsidy was spread over two years and we have here the return for the second years payment i.e. one shilling in the pound on movable goods and sixteen pence in the pound on the annual value of lands. Using this type of tax record is very often the only way to trace your ancestors into this period of time. Another obvious resource is the use of wills but many, many ordinary people either did not make a will or the documents have not survived. They say that there are only two certainties in life and they are death and taxes!

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Testamenta Cantiana

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The book is divided into two sections, West Kent, by Leland L. Duncan, M.V.O., F.S.A. published in 1906 and East Kent, by Arthur Hussey, published in 1907. Both sections detail the contributions, given in wills to the various churches. These bequests include money for the fabric and fittings of the church, monuments, ornaments and miscellanious other bequestsincluding those for ; Church ales, Parish Clerk, Yew Trees, Shoes, Roads, Almshouses etc. A useful resource for family and local history. Transcripts of the registers (baptisms, marriages and burials) for the Cathedral Church of Rochester covering the period 1657 - 1837. Also contains lists of Prebendaries, Headmasters of the Grammar School, Minor Canons and Organists, plus inscriptions in the Cathedral and Churchyard. Complete with an index of names. Machine Searchable. A digital version of the original book, in PDF format. Viewable on any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Testamenta Leodiensia 1546 - 1558

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Published by the Thoresby Society.
Vol. XIX Part II. Published in 1913.
Vol. XXVII Part I. Published in 1919.
Vol. XXVII Part II. Published in 1921.
Three books on one CD.
A fascinating collection of transcripts of wills of men and women, from Leeds and the surrounding district, including Wakefield, Pontefract, Otley, etc.
Covers the period 1546-1558.
An excellent resource for family history and local history.
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A digital version of the original books, in PDF format.
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Testementa Vestusta

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A collection of 803 wills from the 12th to 16th centuries. Testamenta Vetusta is a collection of 803 wills from the late 12th to 16th centuries: Testamenta Vetusta was collected and edited by Nicholas Harris Nicholas and published by Nichols and Son, Parliament Street, London in 1826.He took his wills from the British Museum, private collections, Dugdale's Baronage, Collins' Peerage, County histories, Memoirs of Families, etc (his preface, p. 14). He was not able to access the originals then held in Doctors' Commons because of the difficulties imposed by the staff of those premises (preface, page 13). Some of the wills are abstracts for genealogical purposes where only the people and their relationships are written. He acknowledged his debt to John Nichols' "Collection of Royal Wills". Nicholas' prime purpose was to illustrate from those wills the manners and customs of their times; additionally he wished to include the descents and possessions of families. For every will he gives some footnotes to determine the person and other relevant information.

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The Complete English Lawyer or Every Man his Own Lawyer (John Gifford, 1820)

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A fabulous reference book which covers all aspects of the law, taxes and legal processes at the time of its publication in 1820. It gives details of laws, taxes, and statutes that *all* of our ancestors were subject to and the penalties which they could expect to receive if those laws were broken. Details pertaining to the poor laws and parish settlement, matrimonial, libel, bankruptcy, wills and many, many other subjects are covered. Every species of public offences and their punishments are covered (a great many of the punishments involve either death or a very long priod of transportation) plus details of every single tax applicable, even 'hair powder tax'! In the appendix is a section which shows various sample contracts that people would have signed when renting a house or land. With over 800 pages of invaluable information this is an absolutely superb book and one which should be in the collection of all family historians, without exception. The IDEAL companion to 'The Complete Parish Officer'.

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The Herts Genealogist and Antiquary Volume 2 -(William Brigg 1897)

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An unusual collection of transcripts of many types of documents. Sources include abstracts of wills, feet of fines, marriage licences, subsidy rolls, parish registers. church terriers, inquisitions post mortem, rentals and surveys, ministers accounts, funeral certificates, deeds, court rolls and monumental inscriptions. The family names and the places are random and if you are lucky you may find a reference to an ancestor. The importance of this type of book is that it provides examples of documents and helps you to understand what they contain and how they might be used in your own research.

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The Northern Genealogist

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Edited by A. Gibbons, F.S.A.
Published between 1895-1903, these rare quarterly journals (also bound in six volumes) contain a fascinating mixture of transcripts, from the medieval period up to the 19th century (including manor court rolls, wills, parish registers, marriage bonds, lists of strays etc.) as well as family pedigrees.
The coverage is particularly good for Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, but there are also records from several other East Midland and Northern counties of England.
Over 1000 pages, separate indexes for each volume and full of historical detail.
Many hundreds of names listed.
A wonderful resource for family historians.
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A digital version of the original book, in PDF format.
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Supplied by: Anguline Research Archives
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Ref: ARA-28

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