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A Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames: With Special American Instances. Charles W. E. Bardsley. London, England. (1901) 848 pages $29.95

CD142

A Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames: With Special American Instances. Charles W. E. Bardsley. London, England. (1901) 848 pages $17.95

A most interesting an informative journey through the history of the parish registers and the various laws concerning them. Many actual examples of entries are given including many that we would find defamatory today!!! A very interesting read.

CD707

Calendar of the Laing Charters, A.D. 854-1837, belonging to the University of Edinburgh, ed. by the Rev. John Anderson. Published by authority of the University. Edinburgh, J. Thin, 1899. 1058 pages $52.90

CD707B
Canadian Genealogy Our Speciality

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The Contents of this volume represent a part of the large collection of Manuscripts bequeathed to the University of Edinburgh by the late David Laing, LL.D., who died in October 1878. Though most of his personal library was sold by Sotheby's in 1879 these manuscript charters were donated to the University under the condition that they be catalogued and accessible to any that wished to do so. This volume is the fruit of their labor.

CD706

A History of the Manor of Bensington (Benson, Oxon), a Manor of Ancient Demesne. By Rev. M. T. Pearman, M.A. London, E. Stock, 1896. 157 pages $10.95

CD706B
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CD727

The Stoneleigh Leger Book. Edited by R. H. Hilton. Oxford, Printed for the Dugdale Society at the University Press, 1960. 355 pages $16.95

CD727B
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CD712

The Diary of a Country Parson: the Reverend James Woodforde ... Edited by John Beresford. London, H. Milford, Oxford University press, 1924-31. Volume 5 $52.95
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CD726
 

Register of Admissions to the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, from the Fifteenth Century to the Year 1944. Compiled by H. A. C. Sturgess, librarian and keeper of the records. London, Published for the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple by Butterworth, 1949. 3 Volumes. 1188 pages $120.95
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CD720
 

Anglo-Saxon Bishops, Kings and Nobles.  The succession of the Bishops and the pedigrees of the Kings and Nobles.  By William George Searle, M.A.; Cambridge, 1899 $52.95
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CD730

Monthly chronicle of North-Country lore and legend. Newcastle-on-Tyne, W. Scott. 1887-1891, 5 Volumes $246.95
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CD740

Penal laws and Test act. Questions touching their repeal propounded in 1687-8 by James II., to the deputy lieutenants and magistrates of the counties of ... from the original returns in the Bodeleian Library. Ed., with notes and observations, by Sir George Duckett, Bart. London [Printed by T. Wilson] 1882-83. 2 Volumes, 866 pages $43.30

CD740B
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Victoria History of the Counties of England
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"Great scholarly work; its aim is "to narrate history of the English counties upon a foundation of original research." Of tremendous value to genealogists because of the large amount of local history, Doomsday transcripts, etc. Two counties (Northamptonshire and Hertfordshire) have volumes entirely devoted to genealogy, but in general, every volume contain material vital to the researcher. Most are in two parts; general and topography. Roughly 30 percent of English counties covered so far. Expensive set, but essential to any library which seeks to assist British research." William Filby. American & British Genealogy and Heraldry. A Selected list of books. Third Edition. Boston, 1983. New England Historic and Genealogical Society.

We are planning to scan the following counties. Due to the magnitude of this series it will take a period of one or more years to complete. We will complete each county as they are ordered! If you have placed the first order for any county please allow at least 8 weeks for delivery of counties not listed below. The following counties are available: Bedford; Cambridgeshire; Cornwall,; Cumberland; Devon;  Dorset; Durham; Essex; Gloucester; Hants; Hereford; Huntingdon; Kent; Lincoln; London; Middlesex; Norfolk; Nottingham; Rutland; Shropshire; Somerset; Stafford; Suffolk; Sussex; Warwick; Wiltshire; Worcester; York; and Yorkshire The number of volumes for each county range from 2 to 12. Each will be priced accordingly.

CD485

The Victoria History of the County of Lancaster. Edited by William Farrer and J. Brownbill, M. A. 7 volumes. London 1906-1914. $79.95

CD533

The Victoria History of the County of Northampton. Edited by Ryland, Adkins and Serjeantson.  4 volumes. London $59.95

CD534

The Victoria History of the County of Oxford. Edited by 4 volumes. London $59.95

Royalty, Peerage, Baronetage, Heraldry etc.

CD475

The Royal Families of England, Scotland, and Wales, with Their Descendants, Sovereigns and Subjects . by John Burke. London 1851, 2 volumes. $120.95
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CD476

A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire . Sir Bernard Burke, Ulster King of Arms. 18th Edition. London, 1856. xxxiv., 1188 pages
 
$29.95

CD477

A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Colonial Gentry . Sir Bernard Burke, Ulster King of Arms. London, 1891, 2 volumes, xvi., 400, adv 16; xxiv., 401-876 pages.  $25.95

Harleian Society

CD531

Volume 1. The visitation of London in the year 1568. Taken by Robert Cooke, Clarenceux king of arms. Ed. by Joseph Jackson Howard. London, 1869. $19.95

CD247

Volume 2. The visitation of the county of Leicester in the year 1619. Taken by William Camden, Clarenceux king of arms. Ed. by John Fetherston. London, 1870. xvi, 253 p. 2 facsims. 27 cm. $19.95

CD248

Volume 3. The Visitation of the county of Rutland in the year 1618-19. Taken by William Camden, Clarenceaux king of arms. And other descents of families not in the visitation. Ed. by George John Armytage. London, 1870. 60 p. 28 cm.   $19.95

CD249

Volume 4. The visitations of the county of Nottingham in the years 1569 and 1614, with many other descents of the same county. Edited by George William Marshall. London, 1871. x, 226 p. illus. 28 cm. $19.95

CD250

Volume 5. The visitations of the county of Oxford : taken in the years 1566-1634 / William Harvey ... [et al.] together with The gatherings of Oxfordshire collected by Richard Lee in 1574 ; edited and annotated by William Henry Turner. London : [The Harleian Society], 1871. xv, 383, 10 p. ; 28 cm.  $19.95

CD251

Volume 6. The visitation of the county of Devon in the year 1620. Ed. by Frederic Thomas Colby. xii, 396 p. front., illus., facsim. 27 cm $19.95

CD252

Volume 7. The visitation of the county of Cumberland in the year 1615. Taken by Richard St. George, Norroy king of armes. Ed. by John Fetherston. London, 1872. 38 p. facsim. 28 cm $19.95

CD253

Volume 8. Le Neve's pedigrees of the knights made by King Charles II., King James II., King William III. and Queen Mary, King William alone, and Queen Anne. Ed. by George W. Marshall. London, 1873. ix, 546 p., 1 l. 27 cm $20.95

CD254

Volume 9. The visitation of the county of Cornwall, in the year 1620. Ed. by J.L. Vivian and Henry H. Drake. London, 1874. xii,343 p. facsim. 28 cm. $19.95

CD255

Volume 10. The marriage, baptismal, and burial registers of the collegiate church or abbey of St. Peter, Westminster. Ed. and annotated by Joseph Lemuel Chester .. London, 1876. xiii, 631 p. 27 cm $23.95

CD256

Volume 11. The visitation of the county of Somerset in the year 1623. Ed. by Frederic Thomas Colby. London, 1876. vii, 164 p. 28 cm.  $19.95

CD257

Volume 12. The Visitation of the county of Warwick in the year 1619. Taken by William Camden, Clarenceaux king of arms. (Harl. mss. 1167) Ed. by John Fetherston. London, 1877. xx,464 p. illus. (coat of arms) 27 cm $19.95

CD258

Volumes 13-14. The visitations of Essex by Hawley, 1552; Hervey, 1558; Cooke, 1570; Raven, 1612; and Owen and Lilly, 1634. To which are added Miscellaneous Essex pedigrees from various Harleian manuscripts: and an appendix containing Berry's Essex pedigrees. Ed. with and index of names, by Walter C. Metcalfe. London, Mitchell and Hughes, 1878-79. 2 v. 28 cm. $23.95

CD259

Volumes 15, 17. The visitation of London, anno Domini 1633, 1634, and 1635. Made by Sr. Henry St. George, kt., Richmond herald, and deputy and marshal to Sr. Richard St. George, kt., Clarenceux king of armes. Ed. by Joseph Jackson Howard and Joseph Lemuel Chester. London, 1880-83. 2 v. illus. (coats of arms) 27 cm $23.95

CD260

Volume 16. The visitation of Yorkshire in the years 1563 and 1564 / made by William Flower ; edited by Charles Best Norcliffe. London : Mitchell and Hughes, 1881. viii, 416 p. 27 cm $19.95

CD261

Volume 18. The visitation of Cheshire in the year 1580, made by Robert Glover, Somerset herald, for William Flower, Norroy king of arms, with numerous additions and continuations, including those from The visitation of Cheshire made in the year 1566, by the same herald. With an appendix, containing The visitation of a part of Cheshire in the year 1533, made by William Fellows, Lancaster herald, for Thomas Benolte, Clarenceux king of arms. And a fragment of the visitation of the city of Chester in the year 1591, made by Thomas Chaloner, deputy to the Office of arms. Ed. by John Paul Rylands. London, 1882. xii, 298 p. front., 3 pl. 27 cm. $19.95

CD262

Volume 19. The visitations of Bedfordshire, annis Domini 1566, 1582, and 1634. Made by William Harvey, esq., Clarencieulx king of arms, Robert Cooke, esq., Clarencieulx king of arms, and George Owen, esq., York herald, as deputy for Sir Richard St. George, kt., Clarencieulx king of arms. Together with additional pedigrees, chiefly from Harleian ms. 1531; and an appendix, containing a list of pedigrees entered at the visitation of 1669; also lists of Bedfordshire knights and gentry taken from Landsdowne ms. 877. Ed. by Frederic Augustus Blaydes. London, 1884.  xv, 234 p. 28 cm $19.95

CD263

Volume 20. The visitation of the county of Dorset, taken in the year 1623, by Henry St. George, Richmond herald, and Sampson Lennard, bluemantle pursuivant, marshals and deputies to William Camden, Clarenceux king of arms. Edited by John Paul Rylands.  London [Mitchell and Hughes, printers] 1885. vi p., 1 l., 115 p. IX pl. (incl. 6 facsim.) 27 cm
$19.95

CD264

Volume 21. The visitation of the county of Gloucester, taken in the year 1623, by Henry Chitty and John Phillipot as deputies to William Camden, Clarenceux king of arms. With pedigrees from the herald's visitation of 1569 and 1582-3, and sundry miscellaneous pedigrees. Ed. by Sir John Maclean and W.C. Heane. London, 1885. x, 312 p. front. 28 cm $19.95

CD265

Volume 22. The visitation of Hertfordshire made by Robert Cooke, Clarencieux, in 1569 / edited by Frederic William Weaver. Exeter : Privately printed for the editor by William Pollard, 1886. viii, 107 p., 2 fold. leaves ; 28 cm.  $19.95

CD266

Volume 23. Allegations for marriage licenses issued from the dean and chapter of Westminster, 1558 to 1699; London, 1886. 359 p. 28 cm. $19.95

CD267

Volume 24. Allegations for marriage licenses issued from the Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury at London, 1543 to 1869. Extracted by Joseph Lemuel Chester and edited by Geo. J. Armytage. London, Harleian Society, 1886. 313 p. 28 cm $19.95

CD268

Volumes 25-26. Allegations for marriage licenses issued by the Bishop of London, 1520 to [1828] Extracted by (the late) Col. Joseph Lemuel Chester ... and edited by Geo. J. Armytage. London, 1887. 2 volumes. $23.95

CD269

Volume 27. The Visitation of the county of Worcester made in the year 1569 : with other pedigrees relating to that county from Richard Mundy's collection / edited by W.P.W. Phillimore . London : Harleian Society, 1888. viii, 179 p. : ill. ; 28 cm  $19.95

CD270

Volumes 28-29. The visitation of Shropshire, taken in the year 1623 by Robert Tresswell, Somerset herald, and Augustine Vincent, Rouge croix pursuivant of arms; marshals and deputies to William Camden, Clarenceux king of arms. With additions from the pedigrees of Shropshire gentry taken by the heralds in the years 1569 and 1584, and other sources. Ed. by George Grazebrook and John Paul Rylands. London, 1889. 2 v. 4 pl. (seals) 28 cm.  $23.95

CD271

Volumes 30, 31, 33, 34. Allegations for marriage licences issued by the vicar-general of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Ed. by George J. Armytage . London, 1890-92. 4 v. 28 cm. $39.95

CD272

Volume 32. The visitation of Norfolk, made and taken by William Harvey, Clarencieux king of arms, anno 1563, enlarged with another visitation made by Clarenceux Cooke, with many other descents; and also the visitation made by John Raven, Richmond, anno 1613. Edited by Walter Rye . London, 1891. 375 p. 28 cm $19.95

CD273

Volumes 35-36. Hampshire allegations for marriage licenses granted by the Bishop of Winchester. 1689 to 1837. Extracted and ed. by William J.C. Moens. London, 1893. 2 v. 27 cm $23.95

CD274

Volumes 37 through 40. Familiae minorum gentium. Diligentiâ Josephi Hunter. Ed. by John W. Clay. London, 1894-96. 4 v. 28 cm. $39.95

CD275

Volume 41 . The visitation of Cambridge made in a (1575) Continued and enlarged with the visitation of the county made by Henery St. George, Richmond herald, marshall and deputy to Willm. Camdem, Clarenceulx, in a 1619, with many other descents added thereto. Ed. by John W. Clay. London, 1897. 153 p. front. (coat of arms) 28 cm. $19.95

CD276

Volume 42 . The visitation of Kent, taken in the years 1619-1623. By John Philipot, rouge dragon, marshal and deputy to William Camden, Clarenceux . London, 1898 [1900]. xi,,263 p. 27 cm.  $19.95

CD277

Volume 43 . The visitations of the county of Surrey made and taken in the years 1530 by Thomas Benolte, Clarenceux king of arms; 1572 by Robert Cooke, Clarenceux king of arms, and 1623 by Samuel Thompson, Windsor herald, and Augustin Vincent, Rouge croix pursuivant, marshals and deputies to William Camden, Clarenceux king of arms. Ed. by W. Bruce Bannerman. London [Ye Wardour press] 1899. x p., 1 l., 269 p. 28 cm $19.95

CD278

Volumes 44 through 49. Obituary prior to 1800 (as far as relates to England, Scotland, and Ireland) comp. by Sir William Musgrave ... and entitled by him "A general nomenclator and obituary ..." Ed. by Sir George J. Armytage .. 6 Volumes. 2300 ++ pages. London, 1899-1901. $39.95

CD279

Volumes 50, 51, 52 and 55.   Lincolnshire pedigrees. Ed. by the Rev. Canon A.R. Maddison. London, 1902-06. 4 v. 27 cm $39.95

CD280

Volume 53.   The visitations of the county of Sussex made and taken in the years 1530 by Thomas Benolte, Clarenceux king of arms; and 1633-4 by John Philipot, Somerset herald, and George Owen, York herald, for Sir John Burroughs, Garter, and Sir Richard St. George, Clareneceux. Ed. by W. Bruce Bannerman London [Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke, printers] 1905 xi, 251 p. 27 cm. "The present volume consists of a literal transcript of a manuscript in the British museum numbered 1562 in the Harleian collection."--Pref. $19.95

CD281

Volume 54.   A visitations of the county of Kent, begun anno Dni. MDCLXIII., finished anno Dni. MDCLXVIII. London [Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke, printers] 1906. xi, 203 p. 28 cm
$19.95

CD282

Volume 56-57.   The four visitations of Berkshire / made and taken by Thomas Benolte ... [et al.] ; edited by W. Harry Rylands.  London : [The Harleian Society], 1907-08. 2 v. ; 28 cm. NOTES: Visitations made in 1532, 1566, 1623, 1665-66. Includes index  $25.95

CD283

Volume 58.   The visitation of the county of Buckingham made in 1634 by John Philipot, esq., Somerset herald, and William Ryley, bluemantle pursuivant, marshals and deputies to Sir Richard St. George, knight, Clarenceux, and Sir John Borough, knight, Garter, who visited as Norroy by mutual agreement; including the church notes then taken. Together with pedigrees from the visitation made in 1566 by William Harvey, esq., Clarenceux, and some pedigrees from other sources. Being a transcript of ms. Eng. misc. C. 17 in the Bodleian library, Oxford, with additions. Ed. by W. Harry Rylands, F.S.A. London [Mitchell, Hughes & Clark, printers] 1909. xv, [1], 267 p. illus. 27 cm  $19.95

CD284

Volume 59.   Pedigrees made at the visitation of Cheshire, 1613 : taken by Richard St.-George esq., Norroy king of arms and Henry St.-George, gent., Bluemantle pursuivant of arms; and some other contemporary pedigrees / edited by Sir George J. Armytage, bart., F. S. A. and J. Paul Rylands .. London : Mitchell, Hughes & Clark, 1909. xi, [1], 320 p. ; 27 cm $19.95

CD285

Volume 60.   A visitation of the county of Surrey, begun anno Dni. MDCLXII. finished anno Dni. MDCLXVIII. Ed. by Sir George Armytage, bart. London [Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke, printers] 1910. xiv, 140 p. illus., pl. 27 cm $19.95

CD286

Volume 61.   A visitation of the county of Suffolk, begun anno Dni. 1664 and finished anno Dni. 1668. by Sir Edward Bysshe, kt, Clarenceux king of arms. Ed. by W. Harry Rylands. London [Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke, printers] 1910. xii, 241 p. 27 cm $19.95

CD287

Volume 62.   The visitation of the county of Warwick, begun by Thomas May, Chester, and Gregory King, Rouge dragon, in Hilary vacac¯on, 1682. Reviewed by them in the Trinity vacac¯on following, and finished by Henry Dethick Richmond, and said rouge dragon pursuiv in Trinity vacation, 1683, by virtue of several deputations from Sir Henry St. George, Clarenceux king of arms. Ed. by W. Harry Rylands. London, 1911. xi, 214 p. illus. (coats of arms) 27 cm $19.95

CD288

Volume 63.   Staffordshire pedigrees based on the visitation of that county made by William Dugdale, esquire, Norroy king of arms in the years 1663-1664, from the original manuscript written by Gregory King (successively Rouge dragon and Lancaster herald) during the years 1680 to 1700. Ed. by Sir George J. Armytage, bart., and W. Harry Rylands. London, 1912 viii, 295 p., 20, [6] p. 28 cm. $19.95

CD289

Volume 64.   Pedigrees from the visitation of Hampshire made by Thomas Benolt, Clarenceux a 1530, enlarged with the visitation of the same county made by Robert Cooke, Clarenceux anno 1575 both which are continued with the visitation made by John Phillipott, Somersett (for William Camden) in a 1634. As collected by Richard Mundy in Harleian ms. no. 1544. Ed. by W. Harry Rylands. 270 pages. London. 1913. $19.95

CD290

Volume 65.   Middlesex pedigrees, as collected by Richard Mundy in Harleian ms. no. 1551. Ed. by Sir George John Armytage London, [Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke] 1914. 215 p. illus. (coats of arms) 27 cm. $19.95

CD291

Volume 66.   Grantees of arms named in docquets and patents to the end of the seventeenth century, in the manuscripts preserved in the British museum, the Bodleian library, Oxford, Queens college, Oxford, Gonville and Caius college, Cambridge, and elsewhere, alphabetically arranged by the late Joseph Foster and contained in the Additional ms. no. 37,147, in the British museum. Ed. by W. Harry Rylands. London, 1915. xix,290 p. 27 cm $19.95

CD292

Volumes 67-68.   Grantees of arms named in docquets and patents between the years 1687 and 1898, preserved in various manuscripts, collected and alphabetically arranged by the late Joseph Foster and contained in the Additional ms. no. 37,149, in the British museum. Ed. by W. Harry Rylands. London, 1916-17. 2 v. 28 cm $23.95

CD293

Volumes 69-72.   Allegations for marriage licenses in the archdeaconry of Sudbury, in the county of Suffolk. Edited by W. Bruce Bannerman and G.G. Bruce Bannerman. London, 1918-21. 4 v. 27 cm.  $39.95

CD294

Volume 73.   The Visitation of the county of Rutland, begun by Fran. Burghill, Somerset, and Gregory King, Rougedragon, on Trinity vacation, 1681. Carried on and finished by Tho. May, Chester herald, and the said Rougedragon pursuivt in Hillary and Trinity vacation 1682. By virtue of several deputacions from Sr Henry St George kt., Clarenceux king of arms. Partly edited by the late W. Harry Rylands and completed by W. Bruce Bannerman. London, [Roworth & Co.] 1922. 4 p. l., 51 numb. l., illus. (coats of arms) 28 cm $19.95

CD310

Volumes 74-5.   The visitations of Kent ... edited by W. Bruce Bannerman. London, 1923-24. 2 v. 27 cm  $23.95

CD295

Volumes 76-77.   A collection of miscellaneous grants, crests, confirmations, augmentations and exemplifications of arms in the mss. preserved in the British museum, Ashmolean library, Queen's college, Oxford, and elsewhere. Ed. by Willoughby A. Littledale. London, [J. Whitehead and son, ltd.] 1925-26. 2 v. 2 facsim. (1 double) 27 cm. $23.95

CD296

Volumes 78-79.   An index of persons named in early chancery proceedings, Richard II (1385) to Edward II (1467), preserved in the Public record office, London. Edited by Claude A. Walmisley. London, [J. Whitehead and son,] 1927-28. 2 v. 27 cm $23.95

CD297

Volumes 80-84.   Knights of Edward I. Notices collected by C. Moor. [London] 1929-32. 5 v. 27 cm $39.95

CD298

Volumes 85-6.   The visitation of Norfolk, anno Domini 1664, made by Sir Edward Bysshe, knt. Edited and annotated by A. W. Hughes Clarke and Arthur Campling. London, 1933-1934. 2 v. coats of arms. 27 cm.  $23.95

CD299

Volume 87.   The visitation of the county of Northampton in the year 1681: ed. and annotated by Rev. Henry Isham Longden. London, 1935 .   $19.95

CD300

Volume 88.   Hunter's pedigrees, a continuation of Familiae minorum gentium, diligentia Josephi Hunter ... transcribed and edited by J.W. Walker. London, 1936. 200 p. 27 cm $23.95

CD519

Volume 89.   The Visitation of Sussex. 1662. Made by Sir Edward Bysshe London, 1937. 146 p. 27 cm $19.95

CD520

Volume 90.   The Visitation of Worcestershire. 1634. Edited by A. T. Butler, Windsor Herald.  London, 1938. 135 p. 27 cm .
$19.95

CD521

Volume 91.   East Anglian Pedigrees. Arthur Campling London, 1939. 276 p. 27 cm $22.95

CD522

Volume 92.   London. Visitation Pedigrees. 1664. By J. B. Whitmore and A. W. Hughes Clarke. London, 1940. 191 p. 27 cm $19.95

CD578

Volume 93.   Cheshire. Visitation Pedigrees. 1663. By Arthur Adams. London, 1941. 141 p. 27 cm $19.95

CD579

Volumes 94 - 96.   Yorkshire Pedigrees. By J. W. Walker. 3 volumes.  London, 1942-44.    $29.95

Camden Society

CD473

Volume 43  The Visitation of the County of Huntingdon Under the Authority of William Camden, Clarenceux King of Arms by his Deputy Nicholas Charles, Lancaster Herald 1613. Edited by Sir Henry Ellis. London, 1849. xvi, 140 pages. $19.95

CD472

Volume70 Liber Famelicus of Sir James Whitelocke . A Judge of the Court of King's Bench in the Reigns of James I and Charles I. Edited by John Bruce, Esq., London, 1858, xx,132 . [Manorial House book recording historical and genealogical events associated with this family]. $19.95

CD474

Volume 82 List of Foreign Protestants, and Aliens, Resident in England 1618-1688 From Returns in the State Paper Office. Edited by William Durrant Cooper. London, 1862. xxxii, 120, indexed
$19.95

Lincoln Record Society

CD482

Volume 8. Visitation of the County of Lincoln Made in the Year of our Lord 1666. Edited by Everard Green with introduction by W. Harry Rylands. Horncastle, Lincolnshire. 1917, xiv., 99p.
$19.95

CD481

Volumes 5, 10 and 24.   Lincoln Wills Volume I, A.D. 1271 to 1526 [xvi, 264p]; Volume II, 1505 to 1530 [xxviii, 300p]; Volume III, 1530-1532 [viii, 301p], indexed. Edited by C. W. Foster. Lincoln, England 1914-1930.  $32.95

CD483

Volume 16. Calendars of Administrations A. D. 1540-1659. Edited by C. W. Foster. Horncastle, Lincolnshire, 1921, xii., 410p. $22.95

CD480

Volumes 25-26 . Minutes of Proceedings in Quarter Sessions Held for the Parts of Kesteven in the County of Lincoln 1674-1695. 2 Volumes, cxliv., 546p, indexed. Edited by S. A. Peyton. Lincoln, England, 1931.  $29.95

Surtees Society
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CD523

Volume 2 Wills and Inventories Illustrative of the History, Manners, Language, Statistics, etc of the Northern Counties of England from the Eleventh Century Downwards. 443p.  Part I. London, 1836. $29.95

CD528

Volumes 4, 30  Testamenta Eborancensia. A Selection of Wills From the Registry At York . Illustrative of the History, Manners, Language, Statistics, etc of the Northern Counties of England from the the Year 1300 Downwards. Parts I  and II  815p.  London, 1836, 1855 $29.95

CD524

Volume 26  Wills and Inventories From the Registry of the Archdeaconry of Richmond Extending over Portions of the Counties of York, Westmorland, Cumberland and Lancaster. By James Raine.  320p.  London, 1853. $19.95

CD527

Volume 40  Depositions from the Castle of York. Relating to Offences Committed in The Northern Counties in the Seventeenth Century. Edited by  Francis Andrews.  382p.  London, 1861.
$21.95

CD526

Volume 79  Testamenta Eborancensia. A Selection of Wills From the Registry At York . Volume V  366p.  London, 1884.
$19.95

CD453

Volumes 93, 101 Extracts from the Records of the Merchant Adventurers of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. Volumes I and II .  V1. London, 1895 lii, 315p; V2. London, 1899 xxv, 421p. [Containing records of meetings of this ancient and large guild of shopkeepers. Much historical information complete with names of participants]
 
$29.95

CD469

Volumes 96, 102 Register of the Freemen of the City or York. from the City Records. Volumes I and II (1272-1759). London, 1897; 1900, VI: xviii; 358 p.; VII: 342 p. [List of freemen {had to be a freeman to have an occupation or business in the city of York} of this city. Occupation is always given and many include the father's name.} Fully indexed. $29.95

CD470

Volume 104. Wills and Administrations from the Knaresborough Court Rolls (1507-1604). xxiv; 276 p, Leeds, 1902. Indexed  $19.95

CD525

Volume 106  Testamenta Eborancensia. A Selection of Wills From the Registry At York . Volume VI  352p.  London, 1902. $19.95

CD529

Volume 110. Wills and Administrations from the Knaresborough Court Rolls (1607-1668). 352 p, Leeds, 1905. Indexed  $19.95

CD455

Volumes 116 and 121. North County Wills Being Abstracts of Wills, Relating to the Counties of York, Nottingham, Northumberland, Cumberland and Westmorland at Somerset House and Lambeth Palace 1383-1604. Edited by J. W. Clay. 2 Volumes. London, 1908-1912. 601p  $29.95

CD479

Volumes 118 and 124. North County Diaries. Edited by J. C. Hodgson.  Volume I : Diaries/journals of  John Aston, Christopher Sanderson, Nicholas Bee, John Tomlinson, Thomas Gyll, Nicholas Brown along with their pedigrees Volume II: Journal of Sir William Brereton (1635), Autobiography of Sir John Gibson (1655), Jacob Bee's Chronicle, Mark Browell's Diary, The Family of Mark Akenside, the Poet,  Two Letters of Bishop Warburton; Northern Journeys of Bishop Richard Pococoke; Diary of John Dawson of Brunton. Both volumes contain extensive indexes. London, 1910 & 1915.   $29.95

CD454

Volumes 122, 133, 144 and 146. Visitations of the North . or Some Early Heraldic Visitations of, and Collections of Pedigrees Relating to, the North of England.  Frederick Walter Dendy, editor, et al  4 Volumes. London, 1912-1932. [Extraction of the Heraldic Visitations of the north made by Wm Harvey in 1552 and another by Lawrence Dalton Norroy in 1558 along with some pedigrees dated in 1567] fully indexed  $29.95

CD471

Volume 129 . The York Mercers and Merchant Adventurers 1356-1917. lxix; 356p. London, 1918 fully indexed. Interesting tidbits from extracts of the business guild minutes for the period involved. Many names, occupations and history. $22.95

CD329

Volume 135. Durham Protestations or The Returns Made to the House of Commons in 1641/2 for the Maintenance of the Protestant Religion for the County Palatine of Durham for the Borough of Berwick-Upon-Tweed and the Parish of Morpeth. London, 1922. xi, 249p.  $19.95

CD478

Volume 173.  Durham Recusants' Estates 1717-1778.  Edited by C. Roy Hudleston. London, 1962. xiv, 226p. As a result of an Act of George I, cap. 55, entitled " An Act to oblige Papists [Roman Catholics] to register their names and Real Estates." Catholic had to register along with accurate descriptions of their lands.   
$19.95

Vital Records

Anglesey County
Bedford County

CD262

Harleian Society. Volume 19. The visitations of Bedfordshire, anno Domini 1566, 1582, and 1634. Made by William Harvey, esq., Clarencieux king of arms, Robert Cooke, esq., Clarencieux king of arms, and George Owen, esq., York herald, as deputy for Sir Richard St. George, kt., Clarenceux king of arms. Together with additional pedigrees, chiefly from Harleian ms. 1531; and an appendix, containing a list of pedigrees entered at the visitation of 1669; also lists of Bedfordshire knights and gentry taken from Landsdowne ms. 877. Ed. by Frederic Augustus Blaydes. London, 1884.  xv, 234 p. 28 cm $19.95
Berks County

CD282

Harleian Society. Volume 56-57.   The four visitations of Berkshire / made and taken by Thomas Benolte ... [et al.] ; edited by W. Harry Rylands.  London : [The Harleian Society], 1907-08. 2 v. ; 28 cm. NOTES: Visitations made in 1532, 1566, 1623, 1665-66. Includes index  $25.95

CD143

The Registers of Bisham . 1560-1812. By Edgar Powell. 1898. Parish Record Society. 154 pages. $10.95

CD204

The Registers of Upton . Baptisms 1588-1741; Burials 1588-1741; Marriages 1588-1735. By Joseph Forrest Fry. 1897. Parish Record Society. 57 pages. $10.95
Brecknock County
Bristol County

CD494

Records Relating to the Society of Merchant Adventurers of the City of Bristol in the Seventeenth Century . Patrick McGrath, editor. Bristol Record Society. Bristol, England, 1952. 332 pages, indexed.
 
$19.95

CD502

Records of Bristol Ships 1800-1838 (Vessels over 150 Tons).  Grahame E. Farr, editor. Bristol Records Society. 1950. 302 pages, indexed.   $19.95

CD503

Merchants and Merchandise in Seventeenth-Century Bristol.  Patrick McGrath, editor.  Bristol Records Society. 1955. 355 pages, indexed.   $19.95

CD504

The Monumental Inscriptions of the Cathedral, Parish Churches and Cemeteries in the City of Durham. Vol. 1.   C. M. Carlton. Durham, 1880. 334  $19.95
Bucks County

CD283

Harleian Society. Volume 58.   The visitation of the county of Buckingham made in 1634 by John Philipot, esq., Somerset herald, and William Ryley, bluemantle pursuivant, marshals and deputies to Sir Richard St. George, knight, Clarenceux, and Sir John Borough, knight, Garter, who visited as Norroy by mutual agreement; including the church notes then taken. Together with pedigrees from the visitation made in 1566 by William Harvey, esq., Clarenceux, and some pedigrees from other sources. Being a transcript of ms. Eng. misc. C. 17 in the Bodleian library, Oxford, with additions. Ed. by W. Harry Rylands, F.S.A. London [Mitchell, Hughes & Clark, printers] 1909. xv, [1], 267 p. illus. 27 cm  $19.95

CD162

The Registers of St Martin's Chapell in Fenny Stratford . 1662-1812. By Wm Bradbrook. Parish Record Society. 102 pages. $10.95
Cheshire County

CD261

Harleian Society. Volume 18. The visitation of Cheshire in the year 1580, made by Robert Glover, Somerset herald, for William Flower, Norroy king of arms, with numerous additions and continuations, including those from The visitation of Cheshire made in the year 1566, by the same herald. With an appendix, containing The visitation of a part of Cheshire in the year 1533, made by William Fellows, Lancaster herald, for Thomas Benolte, Clarenceux king of arms. And a fragment of the visitation of the city of Chester in the year 1591, made by Thomas Chaloner, deputy to the Office of arms. Ed. by John Paul Rylands. London, 1882. xii, 298 p. front., 3 pl. 27 cm. $19.95

CD284

Harleian Society. Volume 59.   Pedigrees made at the visitation of Cheshire, 1613 : taken by Richard St.-George esq., Norroy king of arms and Henry St.-George, gent., Bluemantle pursuivant of arms; and some other contemporary pedigrees / edited by Sir George J. Armytage, bart., F. S. A. and J. Paul Rylands .. London : Mitchell, Hughes & Clark, 1909. xi, [1], 320 p. ; 27 cm $19.95

CD203

The Registers of Upton in Overchurch . 1600-1812. By Wm Ferguson Irvine. 1908. Parish Record Society. 61 pages. $10.95

CD169

The Registers of Chester Cathedral . 1687-1812. By Thomas Hughes. 1904. Parish Record Society. 112 pages. $10.95

CD174

The Registers of Bruera Church, Parish of St Oswald . 1662-1812. By Wm Ferguson Irvine. 1910. Parish Record Society. 112 pages. $10.95
Cornwall County

CD254

Harleian Society. Volume 9. The visitation of the county of Cornwall, in the year 1620. Ed. by J.L. Vivian and Henry H. Drake. London, 1874. xii,343 p. facsim. 28 cm. $19.95
Cumberland County

CD252

Harleian Society. Volume 7. The visitation of the county of Cumberland in the year 1615. Taken by Richard St. George, Norroy king of armes. Ed. by John Fetherston. London, 1872. 38 p. facsim. 28 cm $19.95
Denbigh County
Derby County
Devon County

CD251

Harleian Society. Volume 6. The visitation of the county of Devon in the year 1620. Ed. by Frederic Thomas Colby. xii, 396 p. front., illus., facsimile. 27 cm $19.95

CD147

The Registers of Clyst St. George . 1565-1812. By Rev John Lomax Gibbs. 1899. Parish Record Society. 164 pages. $10.95
Dorset County

CD263

Harleian Society. Volume 20. The visitation of the county of Dorset, taken in the year 1623, by Henry St. George, Richmond herald, and Sampson Lennard, bluemantle pursuivant, marshals and deputies to William Camden, Clarenceux king of arms. Edited by John Paul Rylands.  London [Mitchell and Hughes, printers] 1885. vi p., 1 l., 115 p. IX pl. (incl. 6 facsim.) 27 cm
$19.95

CD171

The Registers of Almer . 1538-1812. By Edward Alexander Fry. 1902. Parish Record Society. 96 pages. $10.95

CD140

The Registers of Beer Hackett . Co. Dorset 1549-1812. By Edward Alexander Fry. 1896. Parish Record Society. 56 pages.  $10.95
01-070 The Registers of Lydlinch, Co. Dorset 1559-1812 by Charles Herbert Mayo.
Parish Record Society, 1899, 147 pages.
$14.95
Book
$10.95
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CD164

The Registers of Tarrant Hinton . Dorset 1545-1812. 1902. Parish Record Society. 84 pages. $10.95
Durham County

CD176

The Registers of Castle Eden . In the County of Durham. Baptisms 1661-1812; Marriages 1698-1794; Burials 1696-1812. By Rev. F. G. Robinson. 1914. Sunderland, England. 52 pages. $10.95
01-008 The Registers of Dalton-le-Dale . In the County of Durham. Baptisms 1653-1812; Marriages 1653-1812; Burials 1653-1812. By Rev. G. W. Anson Firth. 1910. Sunderland, England. 102 pages. $14.95
Book
$10.95
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CD177

The Registers of Sherburn Hospital . Baptisms 1692-1812; Marriages 1695-1763; Burials 1678-1812. By Herbert Maxwell Wood. 1914. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. 52 pages. $10.95
Essex County

CD258

Harleian Society. Volumes 13-14. The visitations of Essex by Hawley, 1552; Hervey, 1558; Cooke, 1570; Raven, 1612; and Owen and Lilly, 1634. To which are added Miscellaneous Essex pedigrees from various Harleian manuscripts: and an appendix containing Berry's Essex pedigrees. Ed. with and index of names, by Walter C. Metcalfe. London, Mitchell and Hughes, 1878-79. 2 v. 28 cm. $23.95
Flint County
Glamorgan County
Gloucester County

CD264

Harleian Society. Volume 21. The visitation of the county of Gloucester, taken in the year 1623, by Henry Chitty and John Phillipot as deputies to William Camden, Clarenceux king of arms. With pedigrees from the herald's visitation of 1569 and 1582-3, and sundry miscellaneous pedigrees. Ed. by Sir John Maclean and W.C. Heane. London, 1885. x, 312 p. front. 28 cm $19.95

CD196

The Registers of Bitton , Baptisms. 1572-1674; Burials, 1572-1668; Marriages, 1571-1674. Transcribed by P. Carlyon-Britton. 1900. Parish Register Society.  160 pages. $10.95

CD163

The Registers of Hanham and Oldland , 1584-1681. Transcribed by P. Carolyon-Britton. Parish Register Society.  108 pages. $10.95
Hampshire County

CD273

Harleian Society. Volumes 35-36. Hampshire allegations for marriage licenses granted by the Bishop of Winchester. 1689 to 1837. Extracted and ed. by William J.C. Moens. London, 1893. 2 v. 27 cm $23.95

CD289

Harleian Society. Volume 64.   Pedigrees from the visitation of Hampshire made by Thomas Benolt, Clarenceux a 1530, enlarged with the visitation of the same county made by Robert Cooke, Clarenceux anno 1575 both which are continued with the visitation made by John Phillipott, Somersett (for William Camden) in a 1634. As collected by Richard Mundy in Harleian ms. no. 1544. Ed. by W. Harry Rylands. 270 pages. London. 1913. $19.95
Hants County
Hereford County

CD161

The Registers of Canon Frome , 1680-1812. Transcribed by the Rev. Michael Hopton.1903. Parish Register Society.  46 pages. $10.95

CD155

The Registers of Ledbury , Part I, Baptisms, marriages and burials, 1556-1576. Transcribed by the George Henry Piper.1899. Parish Register Society.  190 pages. $10.95

CD157

The Registers of Munsley , 1662-1812. Transcribed by the Rev. Michael Hopton.1903. Parish Register Society. 66 pages. $10.95
Herts County

CD265

Harleian Society. Volume 22. The visitation of Hertfordshire made by Robert Cooke, Clarencieux, in 1569 / edited by Frederic William Weaver. Exeter : Privately printed for the editor by William Pollard, 1886. viii, 107 p., 2 fold. leaves ; 28 cm.  $19.95
Huntingdon County

CD473

Camden Society. Volume 43  The Visitation of the County of Huntingdon Under the Authority of William Camden, Clarenceux King of Arms by his Deputy Nicholas Charles, Lancaster Herald 1613. Edited by Sir Henry Ellis. London, 1849. xvi, 140 pages. $19.95
Kent County

CD276

Harleian Society. Volume 42 . The visitation of Kent, taken in the years 1619-1623. By John Philipot, rouge dragon, marshal and deputy to William Camden, Clarenceux . London, 1898 [1900]. xi,,263 p. 27 cm.  $19.95

CD281

Harleian Society. Volume 54.   A visitations of the county of Kent, begun anno Dni. MDCLXIII., finished anno Dni. MDCLXVIII. London [Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke, printers] 1906. xi, 203 p. 28 cm
$19.95

CD310

Harleian Society. Volumes 74-5.   The visitations of Kent ... edited by W. Bruce Bannerman. London, 1923-24. 2 v. 27 cm  $23.95
01-086 The Registers of Kent, 1559-1812. Transcribed by the Reverend Edmond Hermyn.
Parish Register Society, 1897, 78 pages.  
$14.95
Book
$10.95
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Lancashire County
Leicester County

CD247

Harleian Society. Volume 2. The visitation of the county of Leicester in the year 1619. Taken by William Camden, Clarenceux king of arms. Ed. by John Fetherston. London, 1870. xvi, 253 p. 2 facsims. 27 cm. $19.95
Lincoln County

Lincoln Record Society

CD482

Volume 8. Visitation of the County of Lincoln Made in the Year of our Lord 1666. Edited by Everard Green with introduction by W. Harry Rylands. Horncastle, Lincolnshire. 1917, xiv., 99p.
$19.95

CD481

Volumes 5, 10 and 24.   Lincoln Wills Volume I, A.D. 1271 to 1526 [xvi, 264p]; Volume II, 1505 to 1530 [xxviii, 300p]; Volume III, 1530-1532 [viii, 301p], indexed. Edited by C. W. Foster. Lincoln, England 1914-1930.  $32.95

CD483

Volume 16. Calendars of Administrations A. D. 1540-1659. Edited by C. W. Foster. Horncastle, Lincolnshire, 1921, xii., 410p. $22.95

CD480

Volumes 25-26 . Minutes of Proceedings in Quarter Sessions Held for the Parts of Kesteven in the County of Lincoln 1674-1695. 2 Volumes, cxliv., 546p, indexed. Edited by S. A. Peyton. Lincoln, England, 1931.  $29.95

CD279

Harleian Society. Volumes 50, 51, 52 and 55.   Lincolnshire pedigrees. Ed. by the Rev. Canon A.R. Maddison. London, 1902-06. 4 v. 27 cm $39.95

01-071

The Registers of Coleby , 1561-1812. Transcribed by the Mrs. Tempest. 1903. Parish Register Society.  187 pages. $19.95
Book
$10.95
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CD144

The Registers of Doddington-Pigot , 1562- 1812. Transcribed by the Rev. R. E. G. Cole. 1898. Parish Register Society.  130 pages. $10.95

CD148

The Registers of Haydor , 1559- 1649. Transcribed by the Rev. Canon Gordon F. Deedes. 1897. Parish Register Society.  76 pages. $10.95
Merioneth County
Middlesex County

CD290

Harleian Society. Volume 65.   Middlesex pedigrees, as collected by Richard Mundy in Harleian ms. no. 1551. Ed. by Sir George John Armytage London, [Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke] 1914. 215 p. illus. (coats of arms) 27 cm. $19.95
Monmouth County
Montgomery County
Norfolk County

CD272

Harleian Society. Volume 32. The visitation of Norfolk, made and taken by William Harvey, Clarencieux king of arms, anno 1563, enlarged with another visitation made by Clarenceux Cooke, with many other descents; and also the visitation made by John Raven, Richmond, anno 1613. Edited by Walter Rye . London, 1891. 375 p. 28 cm $19.95

CD298

Harleian Society. Volumes 85-6.   The visitation of Norfolk, anno Domini 1664, made by Sir Edward Bysshe, knt. Edited and annotated by A. W. Hughes Clarke and Arthur Campling. London, 1933-1934. 2 v. coats of arms. 27 cm.  $23.95

CD491

Marriages of the Cathedral Church of Norwich (1697-1754); Deposition Taken Before the Mayor and Aldermen of Norwich, 1549-1567; Extracts from the Court Books of the City of Norwich, (Walter Rye, editor)  1666-1688; A Calendar  of the Freemen of Great Yarmouth, 1429-1800.        1905-1910, York. 676 pages, fully indexed $25.95

CD498

The Visitation of Norfolk Anno Domini 1664 Made by Sir Edward Bysshe, Knt, 2 Volumes A. W. Hughes Clarke and Arthur Campling, editors. 1933-34. 370 pages $23.95

CD492

East Anglian Pedigrees.  Edited by Arthur Campling. Norfolk Record Society. 1940.  294 pages, indexed. $23.95
Northampton County

CD299

Harleian Society. Volume 87.   The visitation of the county of Northampton in the year 1681: ed. and annotated by Rev. Henry Isham Longden. London, 1935 .   $19.95
Northumberland County

CD501

Ward's Directory; Comprehending the Towns of Newcastle, Gateshead, Sunderland, and their Localities..1869-1870 . Robert Ward, Newcastle. 634 pages $24.95

CD495

Northumberland and Durham Deeds . From the Dodsworth Mss. in Bodley's Library, Oxford. A. M. Olivier, editor. Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1929. 345 pages $19.95

CD496

Index of Durham Wills etc., in the Probate Registry, Durham and from other sources 1540-1599. Herbert M. Wood, editor. Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1928. 244 pages $19.95

CD500

The Register of Freemen of Newcastle upon Tyne. From the Corporation Guild and Admission Books Chiefly of the Seventeenth Century. Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1923. 270 pages $19.95

CD497

The Register of Freemen of Newcastle upon Tyne. From the Corporation Guild and Admission Books Chiefly of the Eighteenth Century. Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1926.300 pages $19.95
01-079 The Registers of Alhnam. Baptisms 1688-1812, Marriages 1705-1812, Burials 1727-1812. Transcribed by Reverend William Nall. Parish Register Society, 1907, 45 pages. $14.95
Book
$10.95
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CD200

The Registers of Chatton 1712-1812 . Transcribed by Herbert Maxwell Wood. 1915. Parish Register Society.  149 pages. $10.95
01-069 The Registers of Long Houghton. Baptisms, 1646-1812;  Marriages, 1646-1812; Banns, 1754-1805; Burials, 1646-1812. Transcribed by Herbert Maxwell Wood. 1926. Parish Register Society.  195 pages. (see requirements ) $19.95
Book
$10.95
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CD156

The Registers of The Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas, Newcastle-upon-Tyne , Marriages, 1574-1812. Transcribed by Herbert Maxwell Wood. 1914. Parish Register Society.  342 pages. $10.95
Notts County

CD249

Harleian Society. Volume 4. The visitations of the county of Nottingham in the years 1569 and 1614, with many other descents of the same county. Edited by George William Marshall. London, 1871. x, 226 p. illus. 28 cm. $19.95

CD146

The Registers of Walesby , Baptisms 1580-1792; Marriages 1594-1753; Burials 1585-1791. Transcribed by George W. Marshall. 1898. Parish Register Society.  92 pages. $10.95
Oxford County

CD250

Harleian Society. Volume 5. The visitations of the county of Oxford : taken in the years 1566-1634 / William Harvey ... [et al.] together with The gatherings of Oxfordshire collected by Richard Lee in 1574 ; edited and annotated by William Henry Turner. London : [The Harleian Society], 1871. xv, 383, 10 p. ; 28 cm.   $19.95
Pembroke County
Radnor County
Rutland County

CD248

Harleian Society. Volume 3. The Visitation of the county of Rutland in the year 1618-19. Taken by William Camden, Clarenceaux king of arms. And other descents of families not in the visitation. Ed. by George John Armytage. London, 1870. 60 p. 28 cm.   $19.95

CD294

Harleian Society. Volume 73.   The Visitation of the county of Rutland, begun by Fran. Burghill, Somerset, and Gregory King, Rougedragon, on Trinity vacation, 1681. Carried on and finished by Tho. May, Chester herald, and the said Rougedragon pursuivt in Hillary and Trinity vacation 1682. By virtue of several deputacions from Sr Henry St George kt., Clarenceux king of arms. Partly edited by the late W. Harry Rylands and completed by W. Bruce Bannerman. London, [Roworth & Co.] 1922. 4 p. l., 51 numb. l., illus. (coats of arms) 28 cm $19.95
Shropshire County

CD270

Harleian Society. Volumes 28-29. The visitation of Shropshire, taken in the year 1623 by Robert Tresswell, Somerset herald, and Augustine Vincent, Rouge croix pursuivant of arms; marshals and deputies to William Camden, Clarenceux king of arms. With additions from the pedigrees of Shropshire gentry taken by the heralds in the years 1569 and 1584, and other sources. Ed. by George Grazebrook and John Paul Rylands. London, 1889. 2 v. 4 pl. (seals) 28 cm.  $23.95
01-067 The Registers of Battlefield, 1665-1812. Transcribed by Reverend T. Bainbridge.
Parish Register Society, 1899,  55 pages.
$14.95
Book
$10.95
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CD145

The Registers of Clunbury , 1574-1812. Transcribed by Rev. W. G. Clark Maxwell. 1901. Parish Register Society.  222 pages. $10.95

CD206

The Registers of Cressage , 1605-1812. Transcribed by T. H. R. Horton. 190o. Parish Register Society.  33 pages. $10.95

CD205

The Registers of Ford , 1569-1812. Transcribed by Miss H. M. Auden. 1900. Parish Register Society.  69 pages. $10.95

CD207

The Registers of Harley , 1745-6-1812. Transcribed by T. R. Horton. 1899. Parish Register Society.  41 pages. $10.95

CD172

The Registers of Hopton Castle , 1538-1812. Transcribed by Rev. E. D. Elton. 1901. Parish Register Society.  76 pages. $10.95

CD175

The Registers of Hughley , 1576-1812. Transcribed by Rev. E. Collett. 1901. Parish Register Society.  66 pages. $10.95

CD198

The Registers of Melberley , 1723-1812. Transcribed by Rev. Hugh Holland Howard. 1899. Parish Register Society.  59 pages. $10.95

CD201

The Registers of More , 1569-1812. Transcribed by Rev Edgar Wm. Cockell. 1900. Parish Register Society.  117 pages. $10.95

CD173

The Registers of Moreton Corbet , 1580-1812. Transcribed by T.R. Horton. 1901. Parish Register Society.  76 pages. $10.95
01-066 The Registers of Pitchford, 1558-1812. Transcribed by T. R. Horton.
Parish Register Society, 1900, 83 pages.
$14.95
Book
$10.95
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CD199

The Registers of Sheinton , 1658-1812. Transcribed by T. R. Horton. 1900. Parish Register Society.  51 pages. $10.95

CD210

The Registers of Shipton , 1538-1812. Transcribed by Rev. Gilbert H. F. Vane.1899. Parish Register Society.  77 pages. $10.95

CD179

The Registers of Sibdon Carwood , 1583-1812. Transcribed by Rev. H. F. Baxter. 1899. Parish Register Society.  38 pages. $10.95

CD214

The Registers of Smethcote , 1609-1812. Transcribed by T. R. Horton. 1899. Parish Register Society.  109 pages. $10.95

CD532

The Registers of Stapleton , 1546-1812. Transcribed by E. C. Hope-Edwards. 1901. Parish Register Society.  72 pages. $10.95
Somerset County

CD256

Harleian Society. Volume 11. The visitation of the county of Somerset in the year 1623. Ed. by Frederic Thomas Colby. London, 1876. vii, 164 p. 28 cm.  $19.95
01-073 Dwelly's National Records, Volume 1: Hearth Tax for Somerset 1664-1665, With Indices. Transcribed by R. Holworthy. Fleet Hants, 1916, 245 pages. $24.95
Book
$10.95
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01-077 The Registers of Bruton, Volume I: 1554-1812. Transcribed by Reverend Douglas L. Hayward.  Parish Register Society, no date,  287 pages. $30.95
Book
$10.95
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CD202

The Registers of Banstead , 1547-1812. Transcribed by F.A. Heygate Lambert. 1896. Parish Register Society.  155 pages. $10.95
01-075 The Registers of Merstham, 1538-1812. Transcribed by Reverend Reginald Illingworth Woodhouse.  Parish Register Society, 1902,  237 pages.  Spiral bound photocopy. $24.95
Book
$10.95
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Stafford County

CD288

Harleian Society. Volume 63.   Staffordshire pedigrees based on the visitation of that county made by William Dugdale, esquire, Norroy king of arms in the years 1663-1664, from the original manuscript written by Gregory King (successively Rouge dragon and Lancaster herald) during the years 1680 to 1700. Ed. by Sir George J. Armytage, bart., and W. Harry Rylands. London, 1912 viii, 295 p., 20, [6] p. 28 cm. $19.95
Suffolk County

CD293

Harleian Society. Volumes 69-72.   Allegations for marriage licenses in the archdeaconry of Sudbury, in the county of Suffolk. Edited by W. Bruce Bannerman and G.G. Bruce Bannerman. London, 1918-21. 4 v. 27 cm.  $39.95

CD286

Harleian Society. Volume 61.   A visitation of the county of Suffolk, begun anno Dni. 1664 and finished anno Dni. 1668. by Sir Edward Bysshe, kt, Clarenceux king of arms. Ed. by W. Harry Rylands. London [Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke, printers] 1910. xii, 241 p. 27 cm $19.95
Surrey County

CD277

Harleian Society. Volume 43 . The visitations of the county of Surrey made and taken in the years 1530 by Thomas Benolte, Clarenceux king of arms; 1572 by Robert Cooke, Clarenceux king of arms, and 1623 by Samuel Thompson, Windsor herald, and Augustin Vincent, Rouge croix pursuivant, marshals and deputies to William Camden, Clarenceux king of arms. Ed. by W. Bruce Bannerman. London [Ye Wardour press] 1899. x p., 1 l., 269 p. 28 cm $19.95

CD285

Harleian Society. Volume 60.   A visitation of the county of Surrey, begun anno Dni. MDCLXII. finished anno Dni. MDCLXVIII. Ed. by Sir George Armytage, bart. London [Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke, printers] 1910. xiv, 140 p. illus., pl. 27 cm $19.95
Sussex County

CD280

Harleian Society. Volume 53.   The visitations of the county of Sussex made and taken in the years 1530 by Thomas Benolte, Clarenceux king of arms; and 1633-4 by John Philipot, Somerset herald, and George Owen, York herald, for Sir John Burroughs, Garter, and Sir Richard St. George, Clareneceux. Ed. by W. Bruce Bannerman London [Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke, printers] 1905 xi, 251 p. 27 cm. "The present volume consists of a literal transcript of a manuscript in the British museum numbered 1562 in the Harleian collection."--Pref. $19.95

CD493

The Town Book of Lewes. 1702-1837 . Verena Smith, editor. Sussex Record Society, 1972. 352 pages.   $19.95
Warwick County

CD257

Harleian Society. Volume 12. The Visitation of the county of Warwick in the year 1619. Taken by William Camden, Clarenceaux king of arms. (Harl. mss. 1167) Ed. by John Fetherston. London, 1877. xx,464 p. illus. (coat of arms) 27 cm $19.95

CD287

Harleian Society. Volume 62.   The visitation of the county of Warwick, begun by Thomas May, Chester, and Gregory King, Rouge dragon, in Hilary vacac¯on, 1682. Reviewed by them in the Trinity vacac¯on following, and finished by Henry Dethick Richmond, and said rouge dragon pursuiv in Trinity vacation, 1683, by virtue of several deputations from Sir Henry St. George, Clarenceux king of arms. Ed. by W. Harry Rylands. London, 1911. xi, 214 p. illus. (coats of arms) 27 cm $19.95

CD154

The Registers of Rowington , 1612(or 13) - 1812. Transcribed by John Wm. Ryland. 1899. Parish Register Society.  230 pages.
$10.95

CD180

The Registers of Solihull . Volume 1. 1538-1668. Transcribed with the permission of Rev T. B. Harvey. 1904. Parish Register Society 300 pages. $10.95
01-074 The Registers of Stratford-on-Avon, Baptisms 1558-1652.
Transcribed by Richard Savage.  Parish Register Society, 1897,  201 pages. Spiral bound photocopy.
$24.95
Book
$10.95
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01-075a The Registers of Stratford-on-Avon, Marriages 1558-1812. Transcribed by Richard Savage.
Parish Register Society, 1898, 305 pages. Spiral bound photocopy.
$35.95
Book
$10.95
CD

CD149

The Registers of Stratford-on-Avon, Burials 1558-1622-3. Transcribed by Richard Savage. 1905. Parish Register Society.  192 pages. $10.95

CD158

The Registers of Weddington. 1663-1812. Transcribed by Edward Alexander Fry. 1904. Parish Register Society 32 pages. $10.95
Westmorland County
Wilts County
Worcester County

CD269

Harleian Society. Volume 27. The Visitation of the county of Worcester made in the year 1569 : with other pedigrees relating to that county from Richard Mundy's collection / edited by W.P.W. Phillimore . London : Harleian Society, 1888. viii, 179 p. : ill. ; 28 cm  $19.95

CD178

The Register of St Alban's in the City of Worcester , 1680-1812. Transcribed by Rev. J. Bowstead Wilson. 1896. Parish Register Society 116 pages. $10.95
York County

CD260

Harleian Society. Volume 16. The visitation of Yorkshire in the years 1563 and 1564 / made by William Flower ; edited by Charles Best Norcliffe. London : Mitchell and Hughes, 1881. viii, 416 p. 27 cm $19.95

01-078

The Register of Farnham, 1569-1812. Transcribed by Francis Collins.
Parish Register Society, 1905, 225 pages. 

$24.95
Book

$10.95
CD

CD159

The Register of Huggate , 1539-1812. Transcribed by Miss Edith Hobday. 1901. Parish Register Society 134 pages. $10.95
Roman Catholic

CD510

The English Catholic Nonjurors of 1715 : Being a Summary of the Register of their Estates, with Genealogical and Other Notes, and an Appendix of Unpublished Documents in the Public Records Office. Edited by Very Rev. Edgard E. Estcourt and John Orlebar Payne. London., 1885. xx, 434 pages.  $21.70

A summary, by county, of the Register of the Estates of Catholics, who had refused to take the oaths to King George I in 1715.

Topography

CD58 A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland, comprising the Several Counties, Islands, Burgh and Market Towns, Parishes and Principal Villages. With Historical and Statistical Descriptions; Embellished with Engravings of the Seals and Arms of the Different Burghs and Universities.  Samuel Lewis,  4 volumes (1846) 1233 pages. ISBN: 1-58211-227-4 $19.95
Every fact of importance that illustrates the local history of Scotland is in this book. Arranged alphabetically by place (village, parish, town, etc.), it has an accurate description of all Scottish localities as they were at the time of publication (1851), showing where a village was located in relation to its parish, or the nearest town or towns, where a parish was located in relation to its nearest district, and the names of villages in it, the number of inhabitants of an area, the main landowners, and chief topographical features. This work enables you to identify a given locality in relation to a parish and thus the identification of the parish records. So, if you know the place of origin of your ancestor--the village or town--this gazetteer will show you, in effect, which parish records to search for births, marriages, and deaths. Modern gazetteers are useless for this purpose. The civil registration of births, marriages, and deaths began in 1855, at which time all the old parish registers were called in. The LDS Church has copied the parish registers of every parish in Scotland, from the earliest up to 1855, and has indexed virtually all of them--all the more reason to know your ancestor's parish.
CD87 The History of the Celtic Place Names of Scotland. William Watson, M.A. 1926, Blackwood Publishers, Edinburgh, 558 pages. Embraces the origin and history of Celtic place names found in Scotland.  $22.95
CD60 A Topographical Dictionary of England, comprising the Several Counties, Cities, Boroughs, Corporate,  and Market Towns, Parishes and Townships, and The Islands of Guernsey, Jersey and Man. With Historical and Statistical Descriptions; Embellished with Engravings of the Arms of Cities, Bishipricks, Universities, Colleges, Corporate Towns, and Boroughs; and of the Seals of the Several Municipal Corporations.  Samuel Lewis, Fifth Edition, 4 volumes (1842) 2464 pages. ISBN: 1-58211-228-2 $19.95

This present offering is a reprint of the original 1831 edition, one of only two editions of the Lewis Dictionary that will lead the genealogist back to the English parishes and chapelries that are of importance in seeking probate records. In alphabetical order, every county, city, borough, market town, post town, parish, chapelry, township, hamlet, tything, and hundred in England is accurately recorded and described. With respect to counties, information furnished includes the following: situation, extent, and population of the county; statistics and history of all civil and ecclesiastical jurisdictions; and accounts of the courts of assize and quarter sessions. With respect to cities, boroughs and market towns, information given includes: situation and bearing from nearest county town; population and local institutions; and markets, municipal government, courts, and religious establishments. Concerning parishes, data provided covers the townships and chapelries which the parishes comprise, their archdeaconries and dioceses, and, if of exempt ecclesiastical jurisdiction, the peculiar court to which the parish belongs. In townships, chapelries, hamlets, and tythings forming civil divisions of parishes, the same arrangement of data is given, but with respect to villages and hamlets which are not recognized divisions, they are described under their respective parishes. Key to the work (for the genealogist) is the fact that even the most obscure place in England is identified in relation to a parish and in most cases to a specific church. But over and above its obvious genealogical value, the Dictionary is a fascinating and illuminating work in itself, and it brings to life the ancestral homes and villages which until now have existed in name only, or as part of family lore and tradition.

CD11 Cary's New Map of England and Wales With Part of Scotland , On which are carefully laid down All the Direct and Principal Cross Roads, the Course of Rivers and Navigable Canals, Cities, Market and Borough Towns, Parishes, and most considerable Hamlets, Parks, Forests, etc etc. Delineated from Actual Surveys and materially Assisted From Authentic Documents Liberally supplied by the Right Honourable the Post Master’s General. 71 maps, 85-page index. Originally printed in 1794.  Description below. $29.95

John Cary, one of the 18th Century’s foremost cartographers, is well known for his beautifully illustrated and geographically accurate atlases and maps. Here is one of his finest works, taken from the original copy in our archives. It contains 71 full color maps (the original volume has 81 maps but we have eliminated 11 as they did not show any land mass) along with an 85-page index listing more than 21,000 geographical features along with the appropriate county designation and map number. Each map is presented in full color and can easily be printed on your color printer.

Gazetteers

CD86 The Place Names of the Liverpool District . Henry Harrison. London. 1898. 104 pages. History and origin of the place-names  of  the Liverpool district of England $19.95
CD105 The Place Names of Buckinghamshire. A. Mawer and F.M. Stentor. 1925, Cambridge, England. 500 pages. Exacting history and directory of all place names found in this English county. Augmented with several maps. $19.95
CD118 The Place Names of Cumberland and Westmorland. W.J. Sedgefield. 1915, Longmans, London. 252 page. Exacting history and directory of all place names found in this English county. $19.95  
CD104 The Place Names of Surrey A. Mawer and J.E.B. Glove, et al . 1934, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England. 501 pages. Exacting history and directory of all place names found in this English county. Augmented with several maps. $19.95
CD14 Cassell's Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland . Being A Complete Topographical Dictionary of the United Kingdom with Numerous Illustrations and Sixty Maps. Six volumes, 2,840 pages, Originally printed 1900. Description below. $39.95

Nearly 200,000 geographical locations are listed. Features included are: barony, borough, burgh, chapelry, civil-parish, ecclesiastical parish, hamlet, liberty, market town, parish, quoad sacra parish, riding, tithing, townland and townships. Each entry may contain: location, population, distance from nearest rail station, distance from either London or Dublin, soil conditions, natural resources, good manufactured, names of churches, monuments, and historical tidbits. More than 60 full color maps illustrate these volumes.

CD94 The Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales :  Edited by J.H.F. Brabner, F.R.G.S. Printed in 1880, London, England.  2244 pages.  Ninety-five full-color county maps and illustrations accompany this highly detailed gazetteer which provides a comprehensive listing of every conceivable geographically named location in England and Wales.  In addition to location, most listings include historical and economic facts.           $29.95
CD58 A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland, comprising the Several Counties, Islands, Burgh and Market Towns, Parishes and Principal Villages. With Historical and Statistical Descriptions; Embellished with Engravings of the Seals and Arms of the Different Burghs and Universities.  Samuel Lewis,  4 volumes (1846) 1233 pages. ISBN: 1-58211-227-4 $19.95
Every fact of importance that illustrates the local history of Scotland is in this book. Arranged alphabetically by place (village, parish, town, etc.), it has an accurate description of all Scottish localities as they were at the time of publication (1851), showing where a village was located in relation to its parish, or the nearest town or towns, where a parish was located in relation to its nearest district, and the names of villages in it, the number of inhabitants of an area, the main landowners, and chief topographical features. This work enables you to identify a given locality in relation to a parish and thus the identification of the parish records. So, if you know the place of origin of your ancestor--the village or town--this gazetteer will show you, in effect, which parish records to search for births, marriages, and deaths. Modern gazetteers are useless for this purpose. The civil registration of births, marriages, and deaths began in 1855, at which time all the old parish registers were called in. The LDS Church has copied the parish registers of every parish in Scotland, from the earliest up to 1855, and has indexed virtually all of them--all the more reason to know your ancestor's parish.

Nautical Interest

CD19 Nautical Interest
A New and Universal Dictionary of the Marine
; ..London, T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1830. 846 pages of nautical definitions, charts and tables along with 35 pages of beautiful line drawings of sailing vessels and their associated equipment. This is an extraordinarily informative volume for those with a nautical interest or seaman ancestors.  

Patterson’s Illustrated Nautical Dictionary Unabridged.
From Keel to Truck; From Stem to Sternpost; From Zenith to Nadir; From Bedplate to Funnel; From Torpedo Boat to Battle Ship. By Captain Howard Patterson, New York City, 1900. 393 pages. See full titles and description below
$29.95

A New and Universal Dictionary of the Marine ; .....being, a Copious Explanation of the Technical Terms and Phrases Usually Employed in the Construction, Equipment, Machinery, Movements, and Military as Well as Naval Operations of Ships: With Such Parts of Astronomy, and Navigation, as Will be Found Useful to Practical Navigators. Illustrated with a Variety of Modern Designs of Shipping, etc. Together with Separate View of the Masts, Yards, Sails and Rigging to Which is Annexed A Vocabulary of French-Sea Phrases and Terms of Art, Collected From the Best Authorities. Originally Compiled by William Falconer, Author of the Shipwreck, Etc. Now Modernized and Much Enlarged By William Burney, LL. D. Master of the Naval Academy, Gosport.

Patterson’s Illustrated Nautical Dictionary Unabridged. From Keel to Truck; From Stem to Sternpost; From Zenith to Nadir; From Bedplate to Funnel; From Torpedo Boat to Battle Ship . A work of reference for Naval, Revenue, and Merchant Marine Officers, Yachtsmen, Canoeists, U.S. Local Inspectors of Steam Vessels, Builders of Wooden and Iron Steam and Sailing Ships, Admiralty Lawyers, :Underwriters, Naval Cadets and Young Men on board of State Training Vessels, Marine Draughtsman, Builders of Engines and Boilers, and Adapted for the Use of the Rank and File of the United States Naval Reserve.

More than 5,000 nautical subjects are explained along with 500 beautifully engraved descriptive drawings of all things nautical. A must for any one with a nautical interest or having an ancestor who was a seaman.

Scotland

CD58 A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland, comprising the Several Counties, Islands, Burgh and Market Towns, Parishes and Principal Villages. With Historical and Statistical Descriptions; Embellished with Engravings of the Seals and Arms of the Different Burghs and Universities.  Samuel Lewis,  4 volumes (1846) 1233 pages. ISBN: 1-58211-227-4 $19.95
Every fact of importance that illustrates the local history of Scotland is in this book. Arranged alphabetically by place (village, parish, town, etc.), it has an accurate description of all Scottish localities as they were at the time of publication (1851), showing where a village was located in relation to its parish, or the nearest town or towns, where a parish was located in relation to its nearest district, and the names of villages in it, the number of inhabitants of an area, the main landowners, and chief topographical features. This work enables you to identify a given locality in relation to a parish and thus the identification of the parish records. So, if you know the place of origin of your ancestor--the village or town--this gazetteer will show you, in effect, which parish records to search for births, marriages, and deaths. Modern gazetteers are useless for this purpose. The civil registration of births, marriages, and deaths began in 1855, at which time all the old parish registers were called in. The LDS Church has copied the parish registers of every parish in Scotland, from the earliest up to 1855, and has indexed virtually all of them--all the more reason to know your ancestor's parish.
CD87 The History of the Celtic Place Names of Scotland. William Watson, M.A. 1926, Blackwood Publishers, Edinburgh, 558 pages. Embraces the origin and history of Celtic place names found in Scotland.  $22.95

Wales

CD37

Transactions of the West Wales Historical Society, Volume 1 -14 (complete series) . Devoted to the Genealogy and History of West Wales especially in the area of Carmarthenshire. More than 3,000 pages of material.
Full description

Reg
$29.95

Sale
$14.95

CD94 The Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales :  Edited by J.H.F. Brabner, F.R.G.S. Printed in 1880 (2000 Reprint), London, England.  2244 pages.  Ninety-five full-color county maps and illustrations accompany this highly detailed gazetteer which provides a comprehensive listing of every conceivable geographically named location in England and Wales.  In addition to location, most listings include historical and economic facts.  See minimum requirements. $29.95

CD108

Geiriadur Llogeli: A Pocket Dictionary of Welsh~English English~Welsh. by W. Richards LL.D. Wrexham, England. 1865. 748 pages $19.95

 An excellent 19th century dictionary for use in Welsh genealogical works. Especially useful for historical documents and vital records relating to Wales.

Northern Ireland

CD30

Memorial Atlas of Ireland Showing Provinces, Counties, Baronies, Parishes, Etc . In Thirty-three Double Page maps. Compiled and Drawn from Reliable Official Data and the Latest Information. Indexed. Philadelphia, PA, L. J. Richards & Company. 1901   (Available late February 2000)
description below

$29.95

The most beautiful and detailed Irish County maps ever printed. Extremely detailed right down to cemeteries, mills and churches. Contains every possible geographical feature. All maps are scanned in full original color. Contains full index of towns etc.

CD33

  Atlas and Cyclopedia of Ireland . New York, Murphy & McCarthy, Publishers, 1900.
description below

$39.95

Part I. A Comprehensive Delineation of the Thirty-two Counties. With Beautifully Colored Map of Each, Arranged Alphabetically, Showing over 11,000 Cites, Towns, Villages and Places of Public Interest. By P. W. Joyce, LL.D. Embracing over two hundred Illustrations of the Natural Scenery, Public Buildings, Abbeys, Round Towers and Other Romantic and Historic Places, Reproduced by Eminent Artists from Photographs Especially Taken for this Work.

Part II. The General History, as Told by A. M. Sullivan. And Continued by P. D. Nunan. A Complete and Authentic History of Ireland, from the Earliest Ages. With Graphic Descriptions of the Battles of Clontarf, Strongbow’s Invasion, Death of Roderick O’Connor (Last King of Ireland), Cromwell’s Invasion, Siege of Derry and the Battle of the Boyne; Siege of Limerick, Penal Laws, The Volunteers, The United Irishmen, Catholic Emancipation and Repeal, the Young Irelanders, Fenian Insurrection, Home Rule and Land League Agitations, bringing it down almost to the United Irish League. Embellished with Portraits of the Leading Statesmen, Orators, Poets and Martyrs of the Emerald Isle, Taken From the Original Painting of Haverty, Reynolds, Lesage and Others.

The rather long title explains most of the contents of this fine volume but neglects to mention that there are also more than 400 full color Irish Family Crests (along with mottoes) as well as a small full color map of each of the 32 different Irish counties. This is the most beautiful CD that we have ever produced.
 

CD34

  Indexes to Irish Wills . Edited by W. P. W. Phillimore, M.A., B. C. L. London, 1909. 5 Volumes
description below

$29.95

There is perhaps no class of records to be named which can be regarded as of greater value to the genealogist than are wills" [from introduction] Contains Indexes to wills probated in the following Dioceses before 1800:Ossory, Leighlin, Ferns, Kildare, Cork, Ross, Cloyne, Cashel and Emily, Waterford and Lismore, Killaloe and Kilfenora, Limerick, Ardfert and Agbadoe; Dromore, Newry and Mourne; Derry and Raphoe.

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