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The Robins or Robbins Family of England (Rev. Mills Robbins, 1908)

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The history of the Robins family written by Rev. Mills Robbins in 1908.Contains the arms and pedigree of the Robins family and engravings of the Manor House belonging to the family. It details the branches of the family in Jersey, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, Cornwall, Derbyshire, Devonshire, Dorset, Essex, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Kent, Leicestershire, Middlesex, Norfolk, Oxfordshire, Shropshire, Somerset, Staffs, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, Warwickshire, Wiltshire, Worcestershire, and Yorkshire. Contains detailed and well drawn family trees and wills for each county. Essential for anyone researching the Robins family.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ACB-GB1152

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Three Women of 17th Century Langham

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This booklet is an account of three women living at different social levels in Langham during the 17th century. Women leave fewer records behind than the men, looking at their lives often means looking at the wills and inventories of their husbands.
Grace Fracey is an exception to this. Whilst research about 17th century society in general, and these women in particular, underpins the accounts of their lives, fiction fills in the details. This provides a comparison of these women at various stages in their lives, the similarities and differences.

Supplied by: Langham Village History Group
Format: Booklet
Ref: LVH-3W-1

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Tracing Your Welsh Ancestors by Beryl Evans

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A detailed, accessible, authoritative guide for anyone researching ancestors from Wales. Beryl Evans describes the key archival sources and gives clear practical advice on how to start a research project, sketching in the outlines of Welsh history, Welsh surnames and place-names and the Welsh language. She lists the variety of sources researchers can consult – the archive repositories, including The National Library of Wales, civil records of all kinds, the census, parish registers, wills, the records of churches, chapels, schools, businesses, tax offices and courts, and the wide range of printed records. Beryl Evans's handbook will be a basic text for researchers of Welsh descent and for anyone who is keen to learn about Welsh history.

Village History Series Volume 1 - Henbury

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To celebrate the Millennium, members of the Henbury Society, together with a number of local residents and under the leadership of Dr. Peter Wells, began to research the history of Henbury. Their work was completed and lead to the publication in 2003, under the editorship of Francis Graham-Smith, of the book, Henbury, a History of a Village.

Due to the considerable amount of material that came to light during the publication of the book, the Henbury Society decided to archive everything, with the help of the Cheshire Records Office. Much of this archive has been digitally reproduced in cooperation with the Family History Society of Cheshire and appears on this CD publication together with numerous photographs and historical Henbury Deeds which have been kindly made available for transcription by the John Rylands Library, Manchester as well as those that were held privately.

The publication also contains a list of Henbury Wills, the Hearth Tax, Henbury Censuses and Tithe Appointments, all painstakingly trancsribed by Henbury Society members and others.

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: CHS-D055

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Wells Cathedral.

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Wells Cathedral. - Click for large image
By Arthur J. Jewers, F.S.A.
Published in 1892.
Wells Cathedral: It's Monumental Inscriptions and Heraldry.
Together with the heraldry of the Palace , Deanery, and Vicar's Close. With annotations from wills, registers, etc. and illustrations of Arms.
Also included are monumental inscriptions from the Palm Churchyard and the New Churchyard.
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A digital version of the original book, in PDF format.
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Supplied by: Anguline Research Archives
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ARA-188

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West Wales Historical Records, Volumes. III, IV, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI, XIII & XIV.

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West Wales Historical Records, Volumes. III, IV, VI, VII, VIII, IX, XI, XIII & XIV. - Click for large image
Nine volumes from a series of fourteen, originally published by the West Wales Historical Society between 1913 & 1929.
Contains :
Volume 3: Carmarthen Castle, Cardiganshire Freeholders 1760, The Barlows of Slebach, Marriage Bonds and Fiats of West Wales and Gower, Pembrokeshire Parsons.
Volume 4: Carmarthen Castle; Marriage Bonds and Fiats of West Wales and Gower; Pembrokeshire Lay Subsidies; Old Book Plates of West Wales; The Musgraves of Llanina; Pembrokeshire Parsons.
Volume 6: Pembrokeshire Parsons (concluded); Marriage Bonds and Fiats of West Wales; Thomas Bowen of Trefloyn; Lords Lieutenant for Pembrokeshire and Haverfordwest; Sir John Stepney of Prendergast; The Wogans of Pembrokeshire.
Volume 7: Wogans of Pembrokeshire; Wogans of England; Rebecca in West Wales; Marriage Bonds of West Wales and Gower; Dyers of Aberglasney; Stephenys of Prendergast; Early Wills in West Wales; Parish Registers: Marriages at St. Peter's, Carmarthen; Sr. Alban Thomas.
Volume 8: Carmarthen Under the Tudors; Fishguard Manor' St. Mary's College at St Davids; Parish Registers: Marriages at St. Peter's Carmarthen; Edward Richard and Ystrad Meurig; Pembrokeshire Parson; Street Names of St. Davids City; Stedman of Strata Florida; Harries of Co. Pembroke; Manorial Customs in County Carmarthen; Dewisland Coasters in 1751; The Tuckers of Sealyham; The Edwards of Sealyham; Lloyd of Danyrallt; Marriage Bonds of West Wales and Gower.
Volume 9: The Quaker's of Pembrokeshire; Parish Registers: Baptisms at St. Peter's Carmarthen; Pembrokeshire in By-Gone Days; Scurlock of Carmarthen; Scoufield of New Moat; Marriage Bonds of West Wales and Gower; Local History from a Printer's Book; Pembrokeshire Hearths in 1670.
Volume 11: Notes on the Church and Parish of Camrose; Bowen of Roblinston and Camrose; Bowen of Lochmeiler' The Fortunes of Leweston; Parish Registers: Baptisms at St. Peter's, Carmarthen; Pembrokeshire Hearths in 1670; South Pembrokeshire Dialect; Marriage Bonds of West Wales and Gower; Further Gleanings From a Printer's File.
Volume 13: Some Unpublished Letters of Sir Thomas Picton; The Castle and Lordship of Llanstephan; Parish Registers: Baptisms at St. Peter's Carmarthen.
Volume 14: Parish Registers: Burials at St. Peter's Carmarthen; French Invasion of Pembrokeshire in 1797; Symins of Martell and Llanstinan; The Sequestration of Dewisland by the Commonwealth.
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Supplied by: Anguline Research Archives
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ARA-352

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What Does It Mean

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Words in Wills Inventories Deeds and Documents

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The
Format: Booklet
Ref: CHS-B239

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What does it mean

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Obsolete or unusual words and phrases in wills, inventories, deeds, documents and their meanings, with spelling variants and change over the centuries

Supplied by: Hampshire Genealogical Society
Format: Book
Ref: HAM-34025

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Will Indexes and other Probate Material in the Library of the Society of Genealogists

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Probate records are a major source of genealogical information. Wills are likely to be the only documents reflecting the personalities of your ancestors. Millions survive; there are numerous transcripts and indexes to them have been prepared. Many of these printed volumes are in the library of the Society of Genealogists, whose collection is listed in this book. Many of the items listed can, of course, be found in other libraries, so this book may be useful even if you cannot visit the Society.

Supplied by: Internet Genealogical Bookshop
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