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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
This CD resource contains a Birmingham Street Directory, Birmingham Commercial Directory, towns and villages directories for Staffordshire and Worcestershire with residents and traders, as well as a Court Directory, Trades Directory covering all three areas, plus Law Directory, lists of churches, chapels, county officers, public schools and more. *Digitally enhanced images of the original text *Searchable text *Bookmarked by major headings *Fully printable *Includes maps for Staffordshire... More Info
Part of the Great War Series, this CD is Section 6 of the Names and Records of those who served during the Great War, 1914-1919 from Birmingham. A volume in the massive Roll of Honour of British forces of the First World War, each volume covers men resident in an area. One of the most useful reference sets on the First World War is the National Roll of the Great War. The National Publishing Company started to compile a brief biography of as many participants in the War as possible. Many o... More Info
Marriage registers: St Peter's Birmingham (Franciscan Mission associated with the Church of St. Peter, near Broad Street) 1658-1830, Bishop's Tachbrook 1538-1812, Charlecote 1543-1812, Halford 1552-1812, Snitterfield 1561-1812, Hatton 1558-1812 and 1665-1700 (Bishops Transcripts), Barton-on-Heath 1577-1810... More Info
Franciscan registers of St Peter's Birmingham 1657-1824 (Baptisms) (Phillimore Parish Records)... More Info
Issue 2 features: * Voting for action: Nell Darby tells the story of the suffragettes * Operation Chastise: Records of the Dam Busters are online * Marching on their stomachs: Andrew Robertshaw explores the importance of food in the WW1 trenches * Church or chapel?: Beryl Evans reveals how to research both Anglican and Nonconformist Welsh ancestors * The plot thickens: What surname distribution maps can show * Books: A round up of recent publications * Place in focus: Useful resources for Birmingham research * Break the brick walls: Civil registration birth records More Info
This CD resource contains trades and residential directories (listing names and addresses) with topographical information on each town, parish and village. Also included are trades directories for Birmingham and Bristol. * Digitally enhanced images of the original text * Searchable text * Bookmarked by major headings * Fully printable... More Info
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