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Search for your ancestors in this Pigot's directory. This CD contains descriptions of major county towns, with lists of tradespeople and nobility, gentry and clergy, and general local information. Each county is introduced with a background history. * Alphabetical directory * Shows professions and addresses * Digitally enhanced images of the original text * Searchable * Fully printable... More Info
This virtual book CD resource contains the 1844 Pigot's Directory for Wales. 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 Welsh history and enables you to discover more about the lives of your ... More Info
A searchable chronological list of persons baptised, married or buried, in the parish of Glasbury, Brecknockshire between the years of 1660 and 1836.... More Info
A chronological searchable list of Persons Baptised, Married or Buried at Conway Parish, Carnarvonshire between 1541 and 1793.... More Info
Monmouthshire, Caerwent 1568-1812 (Baptisms 1757-1811 and Burials 1753-1811 are extracts only) plus Llanfair Discoed 1680-1812. Searchable Parish Registers.... More Info
Monmouthshire, Llanbadog Parish Registers 1582-1709.... More Info
Monmouthshire, Llanddewi Rhydderch. Searchable Parish Records 1670-1783. Births, Marriages and Deaths.... More Info
This CD contains a guide that provides invaluable background information on Carnarvon,Bangor, Anglesey, Penmaenmawr and Llanfairfechan, Conway, Bettws-y-Coed, Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, and Rhyl in the 1900s. It contains maps and photographs of places of interest as well as historical and tourism information and history about the area where your relatives may have lived. *Digitally enhanced images of the original text *Searchable text *Bookmarked by major headings *Fully printable... More Info
Search for your relatives in this directory which contains thousands of residents and professionals with addresses. This directory covers London (professions/trades and residents), also including professions and trades in other selected towns throughout Great Britain. This CD is bookmarked by three major headings: 'London, Professional' which contains alphabetical listings of surnames with addresses, 'London, Private' which lists residents' surnames with addresses and 'United Kingdom Direc... More Info
An abundance of details can be found in these directories providing you with a wealth of facts and research information. The aim of this series was to provide details on every city, town and principal village in England and Wales with regard to clergy, tradesmen and officials. This also includes extensive coverage of trades and businesses with mention of proprietors' names and addresses and information on canals, public roads and facts on places of interest in nearby surroundings. The whole seri... More Info
Almost 600 pages of Generals and Field Officers by rank and by regiment. As well as hundreds of foot regiments, officers are included for the New South Wales Corps, Rangers, Hussars, Fusiliers, West Indies Regiments, Irish Brigade, Artillery, Royal Engineers, Marine Forces and more. *Digitally enhanced images of the original text *Searchable text *Bookmarked by major headings *Fully printable ... More Info
Issue 24 features: *Toughs in cuffs: Angela Buckley investigates criminal ancestry, particularly in Victorian times, and how to trace it *Horatio’s last words: Explore Nelson’s last will and testament *The Welsh at Work: Emma Jolly follows occupational migrations in and out of Wales in the 18th and 19th centuries *Ancient roots: New DNA research sheds light on our origins *Lost in the war, found in the records: WW1 case study *The jester vs Jerry: How cartoonist Heath Robinson helped with the propaganda war against Germany in WW1 *Message to the masses: Jill Morris follows the many journeys of John Wesley as he took Methodism to the people *History in the details: Jayne Shrimpton on umbrellas More Info
Issue 27 features:*Building history: Laura Berry reveals how to research the history of homes in England and Wales*Sitting on the penitent's stool: Chris Paton explains the judicial role of the kirk session in Scotland*'Toys were us': Sharon Brookshaw explores how our ancestors may have entertained themselves as children*Working in the woods: Melvyn Jones explores the working life of men who toiled as charcoal burners*Steaming through history: P&O’s heritage in pictures*The Modern Domesday: Jill Morris plots the history of a major 19th century resource listing landowners*History in the details: Jayne Shrimpton on swimwear More Info
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