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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.
Viewable on any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader

Supplied by: Anguline Research Archives
Format: CD-ROM
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The Northern Genealogist

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The Northern Genealogist - Click for large image
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.
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
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ARA-28f

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The Parish of Kirkby Malhamdale

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Using all resources available to him, Rolls of many kinds, Fines, Inquests, Wills, Title Deeds, Parish Registers, Public Records and other written material, John Morkill has compiled an accurate chronicle of this dale. He traces the parish's history as far back as the Pre Norman period and tries to inject, as much as possible, the social and human aspects of Kirkby Malhamdale.

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The Parish Registers of Calverley, Yorkshire - Vol. III.

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By Samuel Margerison.
Published in 1887.
Transcripts of the registers of the parish church of Calverley, in the West Riding of Yorkshire.
Covers baptisms, marriages and burials from 1681 to 1720, with useful additional notes.
These notes include - Some inscriptions on tombstones in Calverley churchyard ; Inhabitants of Idle ; Notes from wills proved at York ; Calverley wills ; Notes from Deeds ; Inhabitants of Pudsey; Part of the Pudsey Nonconformist Register ; Vicars of Calverley.
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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-110

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The Publications of the Thoresby Society Volume XXIV - Miscellania Parts I & III

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Published in 1915 & 1917.
A fascinating collection of articles and transcripts relating to the history of Leeds and surrounding districts of Yorkshire.
Includes - A 15th Century Rental of Leeds, A 15th Century Rental of Rothwell, Some Leeds & district wills 1397-1552, Extracts from a Leeds Merchant's Memorandum Book 1770-1786, Extracts from the 'Leeds Mercury' newspaper 1729-1737, St. John's Church, Leeds - Trustees Account Book 1660-1766 etc.
Useful for family history and local history.
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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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The Publications of the Thoresby Society, Volume XI - Miscellania

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Published in 1904.
A fascinating collection of articles and transcripts relating to the history of Leeds and surrounding districts of Yorkshire.
Includes - Leeds and District Wills 1531-1537, Lay Subsidies of the Wapentakes of Agbrigg and Morley 1545, Churchwardens' Accounts - Methley 1681-1705, Survey of the Manor of Leeds 1612, Two detailed maps of Leeds from 1806 and 1815 Etc.
Complete with an index.
Hundreds of names are mentioned.
Very useful for family history and local history.
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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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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.

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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
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