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This CD resource gives names and addresses allowing you to search for your ancestors. It contains private residents, towns and villages, trades directories and a map. *Digitally enhanced images of the original text *Searchable text *Bookmarked by major headings *Fully printable Requires Acrobat Reader 8 or above.... More Info
Alphabetical residents directory of the City of Bath, plus Village directories, Clerical directory, Army and Navy directory, Professional and Trades directory, plus listings for the City Council, Rural District Council, education, hospitals, literary, musical and political societies, temperance societies and more. *Over 1000 pages *Digitally enhanced images of the original text *Searchable text *Bookmarked by major headings *Fully printable... More Info
This virtual book CD resource contains the 1823 Pigot's Directory for Surrey. It carries local listings of major professions, of nobility, gentry, and clergy, of transport and freight services; and information on the education, public services, and public houses of the area. Towns, villages and parishes are listed with historical and topographical information. A comprehensive directory, this CD gives you valuable insight into county history and enables you to discover what governed the lives of ... More Info
This CD resource gives names and addresses allowing you to search for your ancestors. It contains residential street and alphabetical directories for the urban district of Sutton. It also contains lists of principal residents for: Bandon Hill, Beddington, Beddington Corner, Banstead, Burgh Heath, Carshalton, Cheam, Ewell, Hackbridge, Kingswood, North Cheam, South Beddington, Wallington, Tadworth, Walton-on-the-Hill, Woodmansterne, Morden, and Worcester Park. *Digitally enhanced images of th... More Info
This Directory covers Birmingham in 1849 and includes a detailed history of the city alongside professional listings of tradespeople (name, trade, address), and also a list of the recognised professions with the names of people who practised them. Greatly useful to those researching ancestors working in Birmingham at the time, or those interested in the city's general or social history. Covers Birmingham (and suburbs), Aston, the Soho Area and Handsworth. Consists of digitally enhanced images of... More Info
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