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Greater London Atlas - Map CD

£ 12.95
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Greater London Atlas  - Map CD
Early 1930s street map of London on CD-ROM. Find the places where your relatives may have lived and view London as it was before the bombings of WWll.
Complete with indexes to streets. Includes outer suburbs and all London postal areas, a map of the underground railways and 124 full colour sectional maps.
* Digitally enhanced images of original text
* Bookmarked index
* Fully printable
* Full Colour

Supplied by: S&N Genealogy Supplies
Format:
Ref: SNG-3698

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Family Atlas

£ 29.95
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Family Atlas
Family Atlas is the fun and easy way to map your family history. Trace your ancestors migration around the world and pinpoint the sites of important family events.

You start with a map of the world that you can scroll or zoom in and out of. You can choose from spherical (like a globe you can spin), or flat maps like Cartesian or Mercator. As you zoom in you will see more detail (like state and county boundaries).

You can add your own sets of custom markers to the map. Family Atlas lets you import your family data directly from RootsMagic or other programs, and then create markers based on that data to create and print personalized family maps.

It will allow you to print maps or save them to several graphics formats.

For Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP, Vista or Windows 7. Requires 256 MB RAM, 200 MB hard Drive Space, CD-ROM.

Supplied by: S&N Genealogy Supplies
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: SNG-4097

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The Phillimore Atlas and Index of Parish Registers - Hardback Book

£ 39.95
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The Phillimore Atlas and Index of Parish Registers - Hardback Book
This guide to parish registers, now in its third edition, and covering England, Scotland and Wales, is a vital, time-saving tool that has become universally known as 'the genealogist's bible'.

The Atlas includes the famous county 'parish' maps, which show pre-1832 parochial boundaries, colour-coded probate jurisdictions, starting dates of surviving registers, and churches and chapels, where relevant.

Topographical maps face each 'parish' map, and show the contemporary road system and other local features, to help deduce the likely movement of people beyond the searcher's starting point.

The Index lists the parishes, with grid references to the county maps. It indicates the present whereabouts of original registers and copies, and whether a parish is included in other indexes. It also gives registration districts and census information.

Thus, in this invaluable guide, the user may quickly find answers to such questions as: Have the registers been deposited? Where may they be found? What outside dates do they cover? Have they been copied or indexed and by whom?

The main improvements in the 3rd edition are:

The Atlas has been digitised, and is therefore much better printed.

The Index has been updated to 2003 (from 1994).

The Index has 'lost' two columns of obscure indexes, in place of which details of census indexes and registration districts are included.

Supplied by: S&N Genealogy Supplies
Format:
Ref: SNG-1708

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The Phillimore Atlas and Index of Parish Registers - Hardback Book (Heavy Item)

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The Phillimore Atlas and Index of Parish Registers - Hardback Book (Heavy Item)
This guide to parish registers, now in its third edition, and covering England, Scotland and Wales, is a vital, time-saving tool that has become universally known as 'the genealogist's bible'.

The Atlas includes the famous county 'parish' maps, which show pre-1832 parochial boundaries, colour-coded probate jurisdictions, starting dates of surviving registers, and churches and chapels, where relevant.

Topographical maps face each 'parish' map, and show the contemporary road system and other local features, to help deduce the likely movement of people beyond the searcher's starting point.

The Index lists the parishes, with grid references to the county maps. It indicates the present whereabouts of original registers and copies, and whether a parish is included in other indexes. It also gives registration districts and census information.

Thus, in this invaluable guide, the user may quickly find answers to such questions as: Have the registers been deposited? Where may they be found? What outside dates do they cover? Have they been copied or indexed and by whom?

The main improvements in the 3rd edition are:

The Atlas has been digitised, and is therefore much better printed.

The Index has been updated to 2003 (from 1994).

The Index has 'lost' two columns of obscure indexes, in place of which details of census indexes and registration districts are included.

Supplied by: S&N Genealogy Supplies
Format:
Ref: SNG-6121

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15 Miles Round London in 1786 - Map CD

£ 12.00
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15 Miles Round  London in 1786 - Map CD
John Cary's 50 page, one inch to the mile pocket atlas of the country 15 miles round London in 1786 (the time of George III), with a 4,000 name index of places and property owners.

PC and Mac compatible.

Supplied by: S&N Genealogy Supplies
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Ref: SNG-5260

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England - Topographical Dictionary

£ 42.89

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5 volumes, published in 1831, including an atlas volume containing 45 engraved maps (some folding, including a map of London). Each book measures 13" x 10 1/2" - the sort of books that go on the "over size" shelves in a library. And they are gorgeous! Containing a description of every place in England in 1831 - complete with all the maps. No more wondering where a place is and what it was like, its facilities, etc. An absolute treasure trove of information.

Supplied by: Archive CD Books Ltd
Format: CD-ROM
Ref: ACB-GB0100D

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Phillimore Atlas and Index of Parish Registers

£ 50.00
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2nd edition (1995). Described as 'the most useful single reference work for those tracing ancestry', the main section of the atlas contains maps showing the pre-1832 parish boundaries, colour-coded probate jurisdictions, the starting dates of the surviving registers, and the position of churches and chapels where relevant. And facing each 'parish' map is a topographical map, showing the contemporary road system and other local features. The index section lists all the parishes in each county, indicating the present whereabouts of originals and copies, and whether or not a parish is included in local marriage indexes and the IGI. This second edition is fully revised and updated, and has been extended to cover Scotland as well as England and Wales. 306 pages (A4 hardback)

Supplied by: Family History Society of Cheshire, The
Format: Booklet
Ref: CHS-B100

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