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Essex Phillimore Parish Rec.(Marriages) Volume 1- Ashdon 1557-1812, Boxted 1559-1837, Great Horksley 1538-1836, Little Horksley 1568-1835, Navestock1538-1812, Wormingford 1559-1837.... More Info
Essex Phillimore Parish Records (Marriages) Volume 2-Chelmsford 1539-1770.... More Info
Essex Phil.Rec. (Marriages)Vol.3- Chelmsford 1771-1837, Widford 1619-1837 and Writtle1634-1837.... More Info
Essex Phillimore Parish Records (Marriages) Volume 4- Great Leighs 1560-1837, Little Leighs 1680-1837, Roxwell 1559-1837, Walthamstow 1650-1837. ... More Info
This CD resource contains trades and residential directories (listing names and addresses) with detailed information about the churches (with names of patrons and incumbents), chief landowners, hospitals and charities of the county. It also includes topographical descriptions of every Essex town, parish and village. * 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 Essex. 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 background historical and topographical information. A comprehensive directory, this CD gives you valuable insight into county history and enables you to find out what governed the... More Info
This early directory can prove incredibly useful when trying to track down your ancestors in the 1800s. It includes alphabetical lists of tradespeople and private residents with addresses. It also includes court directories and gives historical and topographical information for each town, village and parish. *Digitally enhanced images of the original text *Fully searchable *Bookmarked by major headings *Fully printable *Contains 868 pages... More Info
Issue 1 features: *The flying aces: Aviators' certificates are newly online *Back to paper: Simon Fowler explains how to use the internet to track down archives to visit in person * Suffer the little children: Sharon Brookshaw explores child labour in the past * Reviews: Recent publications featured, plus an interview with ebook bestseller Steve Robinson *A ruff crowd: Take a trip to a Tudor tavern *Place in focus: Useful resources for Essex research *Join the dots: Make the most of online BMD records *Break the brick walls: Guidance on the censuses More Info
Issue 20 features: * Called to the bar: Phil Wood samples the variety of drinking establishments in Georgian times * Mentioned in dispatches: essential WW1 records now online * Having the last word: Kirsty Gray investigates epitaphs * The toughest scrum: Keith Gregson looks into a Sunderland rugby team, 12 members of which served in World War One * Christmas behind locked doors: Kate Tyte reveals that the festive season in workhouses and asylums wasn’t all bad * The cunning folk: the history of witchcraft in Essex * Lore of the lawyers: Jill Morris tracks down legal records * History in the details: scarves and mufflers More Info
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