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Leicestershire, Rutland & Northamptonshire Deacon's 1890 County Blue Book

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Leicestershire, Rutland & Northamptonshire Deacon's 1890 County Blue Book
This Deacon's Court Guide and County Blue Book CD gives details of those involved in the legal and medical professions, engineers, bankers, surgeons, architects and many others, and includes names and addresses. There is also a section on peers, bishops, baronets and knights, and another on landed gentry and county families.

* Digitally enhanced images of the original text
* Searchable text
* Bookmarked by major headings
* Fully printable
* Contains over 750 pages

Supplied by: S&N Genealogy Supplies
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Ref: SNG-5952

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No 1: Domesday Book in Rutland: the dramatis personae, by Prince Yuri Galitzine (1986)

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Commentary on landowners, tenants and others mentioned in the Rutland portions of Domesday Book (out of print, enquire about copies)

Supplied by: Rutland Local History & Record Society
Format: Booklet
Ref: RLH-05

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No 7: The 1712 Land Tax Assessments and the 1710 Poll Book for Rutland, ed T H McK Clough (2005)

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Introduction by Dennis Mills; commentary on this rare Land Tax survival and the 1710 poll book, transcripts for each parish (prepared by the Village Studies Group for Rutland), indexes of clergy, trades, field and place names, personal names (68pp). MASSIVE REDUCTION - WAS £5.00 !

Supplied by: Rutland Local History & Record Society
Format: Book
Ref: RLH-34

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The Handy Book of Parish Law

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The Handy Book of Parish Law - Click for large image
Reprint of a 3rd Ed. (1872) of a book dealing with many aspects of law affecting the parish and its officers. A5 112p

Supplied by: Wiltshire Family History Society
Format: Book
Ref: WIL-B063

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Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Rutland 1912 Kelly's Directory

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Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Rutland 1912 Kelly's Directory
A virtual book CD-ROM for easy browsing, this Kelly's directory gives an effective overview of the public life of Derbyshire,Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Rutland in 1912. It lists eminent residents and local businesses, and carries historical and topographical descriptions of all towns, villages and parishes, information on local courts, churches, agriculture and landowners. This bundle of directories is invaluable to those interested in building up a picture of contemporary lives, and anyone researching county history (or the broader history of the area). This CD consists of digitally enhanced images of the original text (including maps); searchable by whole or part name; bookmarked by major headings, and fully printable.

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Ref: SNG-3382

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Rutland and the Great War

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Rutland and the Great War - Click for large image

A high quality hardback edition of George Phillips' seminal work, recording the biographies of Rutland's fallen in the First World War. First published in 1920, this second edition has been created by the Lord Lieutenant of Rutland's Committee for First World War Commemoration, as a limited edition to mark the centenary of the Great War.
This edition is more than a simple reprint - it uses the original text, pictures and illustrations, all of which have been adjusted and enhanced where possible to create a fine and appropriate tribute to those who lost their lives in the First World War. The book contains the biographies of all of those who were known to have died when the book was published, together with details of the efforts made in support of the war throughout the County of Rutland.
Contents:
BIOGRAPHY OF MAJOR-GENERAL LORD RANKSBOROUGH, C.B., C.V.O. (Lord Lieutenant of Rutland) and JOHN EDWARD CORBY, Esq., HIGH SHERIFF OF RUTLAND 1916-19 ~ RUTLAND AND THE GREAT WAR–A GENERAL REVIEW Situation of Rutland—Its claim to distinction—The outbreak of War—The Territorials—Leicestershire Yeomanry The Reservists—The Regiments in which Rutland men fought—Our men in the Navy and Mercantile Marine Where our men fought and died—Our men in the Air Force—Rutland men from the Colonies—The toll of the war on the male population—An analysis of each parish—Why we got so little information from the front—The meaning of modern warfare—The first Battle of Ypres—The fine action of the Leicestershire Yeomanry at the second Battle of Ypres—The 5th Leicesters—Mechanical transport difficulties in Mesopotamia in 1916—From Jerusalem to Jericho ~ VISIT TO THE BATTLEFIELDS OF BELGIUM ~ BIOGRAPHIES OF THE FALLEN ~ THE SCOTT FAMILY OF SOLDIER SONS ~ ROLLS OF FALLEN HEROES AND ROLLS OF HONOUR ~ RUTLAND VOLUNTEER TRAINING CORPS ~ RUTLAND SPECIAL CONSTABLES ~ RUTLAND A.S.C. MOTOR TRANSPORT ~ UPPINGHAM SCHOOL WAR RECORD ~ OAKHAM SCHOOL WAR RECORD ~ WOMEN’S WORK ON THE LAND ~ AGRICULTURE AND FOOD PRODUCTION ~ RED CROSS AND V.A.D. HOSPITAL WORK ~ PATRIOTIC EFFORTS - The War Savings Campaign — Queen Mary’s Needlework Guild—National Egg Collection ~ THE RUTLAND WAR PENSIONS COMMITTEE AND ITS WORK ~ THE COTTESMORE HUNT AND THE WAR ~ THE KING OF THE BELGIANS’ STABLES IN OAKHAM ~ HONOURS, DISTINCTIONS, AND RECOGNITION OF SERVICES ~ LOCAL WAR MEMORIALS

Supplied by: Rutland County Museum
Format: Book
Ref: RCM-1001

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The Parish Registers of North Luffenham, Rutland.

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The Parish Registers of North Luffenham, Rutland. - Click for large image
Transcribed and edited by the Rev. Philip Gretton Dennis, B.D., Rector of North Luffenham.
Published in 1896.
Transcripts of the parish registers for the parish of North Luffenham, Rutland. Baptisms 1572-1812; Marriages 1565-1832; Burials 1565-1812.
Complete with indexes of places and names.
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-113

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Workhouses of the Midlands

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By Peter Higginbotham. 128 pages. ISBN 978-0-7524-4488-8
Such was the fear and dread of 'ending one's days in the workhouse' that even in recent years older people could recall the feelings of horror that such a threat conjured up. That a system introduced to help the poor and destitute could become such a reviled and feared institution is a mystery to most of us today, but a study of it can bring a better understanding of a broader social, political, economic, and even architectural history of Britain.

The workhouse system officially ended in 1930, and today little remains of these great and gloomy edifices, although some have survived by finding new uses. People are often surprised to discover that a former workhouse building still exists in their locality.

This extensively-illustrated book takes a look both at surviving and lost examples of workhouse buildings in the north of England, covering the old counties of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Rutland, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, and Worcestershire. Family, local and social historians will all find it a source of useful reference, and for the general reader it will provide an interesting account of an institution of which few were sorry to see its end.

Supplied by: Family History Partnership
Format: Book
Ref: FHP-118

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Barrowden (Rutland) Memorial Inscriptions

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St Peter

Supplied by: Northamptonshire Family History Society
Format: Book
Ref: NTH-MI007

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Langham Lads

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The stories in this booklet take a nostalgic look at village life in Langham in the early part of the twentieth century. Charming Illustrations by Brenda Witcombe - Published March 2011
To read a page please visit http://www.langhaminrutland.org.uk/publications.htm

Supplied by: Langham Village History Group
Format: Book
Ref: LVH-LVHG-LL-01

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