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Code: ARA 11

Highways and Byways in Nottinghamshire

by J. B. Firth, 1924.

A topographical sojourn through the towns and villages of Nottinghamshire, including Nottingham and its castle, Southwell Minster, Sherwood Forest, Retford, Newark etc., plus genealogical historical, literary or political anecdotes about prominent county families or the localities.

Includes over 120 illustrations.

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Code: ARA 48

Old Nottinghamshire

Edited by J.P. Briscoe,
Published 1881

A compilation of essays, many of which were published in the Nottingham Daily Guardian.

Contains lots of fascinating information about the local history of the county.

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Code: ARA 60

Seventeenth Century Parish Register Transcripts belonging to the Peculiar of Southwell

Edited by T.M. Blagg, F.S.A.
Published in 1903

Transcripts of various seventeenth century parish registers of twenty-four of the parishes which belong to the Peculiar of Southwell, Nottinghamshire.

These transcripts were written on strips of parchment tied in one bundle and kept in the muniment roon at Southwell. They are obviously the remaining members of a much larger series of documents. Some of the transcripts are of an earlier time than the extant parish registers of the particular parish.
Complete with indexes of names and places.
Parishs included are-
Beckingham, 1634, 1637 & 1641, Bleasby, 1633, Blidworth, 1638, Blidworth, 1638
Calverton, 1617 & 1623, Caunton, 1614, 1619, 1628 & 1641, Cropwell Bishop, 1638 & 1641
Darlton, 1622, 1633 & 1641, Dunham, 1641
Edingley, 1638
Farnsfield, 1623
Halam, 1622 & 1637, Halloughton, 1622, 1633 & 1641, Holme, 1623, 1625, 1628, 1638 & 1641
Kirklington, 1622 & 1638
Morton, 1622 & 1623, North Muskham, 1623, 1633 & 1638, South Muskham, 1623
Norwell, 1638 & 1641
Orton, 1622
Ragnall, 1623
Southwell, 1633 & 1641
Tithby, 1625
Upton, 1633 & 1638
Woodborough, 1623, 1627, 1637, 1638 & 1640

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Code: ARA 103

The Parish Registers of Austerfield, Yorkshire

Though in Yorkshire this township comes under the parish of Blyth, Nottinghamshire.
Covering the period 1559 - 1812.
Complete with indexes of places and names.

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The Parish Registers of Cowthorpe, Yorkshire

Covering the period 1568 - 1812.
Complete with indexes of places and names.
Transcribed by F. William Slingsby.
Published in 1910.

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Code: ARA 136

Heraldic Visitation of the Northern Counties of England in 1530

By Thomas Tonge, Norry King of Arms.

With an appendix of other heraldic documents relating to the north of England.
Edited by W. Hylton Dyer Longstaffe, F.S.A.
Published in 1863.

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Code: ARA 150

Paupers in Workhouses Ordered by The House of Commons to be printed 30 July 1861.

Returns "from each workhouse in England & Wales, of the name of every adult pauper in each workhouse who has been an inmate of the workhouse during a continuous period of five years; stating the amount of time that each of such inmates shall have been in the workhouse, and the reason assigned why such persons are unable to maintain themselves:"

This cd contains the full return arranged by county and workhouse plus the summary

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Code: ARA 162

Thoroton’s History of Nottinghamshire

Republished with Large Additions
by John Throsby
Published in 1797

This CD contains an updated edition of Thoroton’s sought after work Antiquities of Nottinghamshire.
In three volumes, compiled by John Throsby, a Leicester antiquary and parish clerk. Each volume containing its own index.
Includes the original text with Throsby’s own contemporary comments under a separate heading.
Plus many engravings and a colour map of Nottinghamshire.

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Code: ARA 175

The Nottingham Date Book

Compiled by Henry Field
Published 1884.

The Date Book of Remarkable & Memorable Events connected with Nottingham and its Neighbourhood.

This rare book records the history of Nottingham and its neigbourhood from 850 through to 1884.
This CD contains the complete 1884 edition by Henry Field which includes the original John Frost Sutton compilation of 1852 (covering the period 1750 to 1849) plus the supplements extending the coverage of the work from 850 to 1884.

An excellent source for Nottingham events.

Complete with three indexes.

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Code: ARA 245

Extracts (with notes) from the Pipe Rolls for the counties of Nottingham and Derby. From the earliest period to the end of the reign of King Edward I.

By John Pym Yeatman, Esq.

Perhaps the most valuable series of documents relating to county history after the Domesday Book. Containing the national accounts of each sherrif of the county. Pipe Rolls contain; details of taxes, scutages, reliefs, fee farm rents, fines and amercements; and those claiming exemptions.
Useful for local history, family history and social history.

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Code: ARA 273

A History of the Parish of Gedling, in the County of Nottinghamshire.

By Charles Gerring, F.R.Hist.S.
Published in 1908.

This history of the Church and Parish includes transcripts of the Marriages in the parish register for the period 1558-1812.
Also included is a list of the vicars and various miscellaneous records.
Complete with an index

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Code: ARA 335

Kelly's Directory of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, 1895.

A directory of the towns and villages in Nottingamshire & Derbyshire includes a Court directory of the two counties and a Trades directory for the two counties.
Also includes street directories and private residents of Nottingham and Derby.
As with many of these directories the map is missing.

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Code: ARA 420

Warsop Parish Registers, with Notes and Illustrations.

By Richard J. King.
Published in 1884.

This book contains some parish register extracts for the parish of Warsop in Nottinghamshire from 1538-1812, together with comments on local families whose surnames appear in the registers.
Also contains a list of clergy and various statistics.
Useful for family and local history.

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Code: ARA 451

Abstracts of Nottinghamshire Marriage Licences
Volume II.
Archdeaconry Court, 1701-1753.
Peculiar of Southwell, 1755-1853.

Published 1935.
Edited by Thomas M Blagg, M.B.E., F.S.A. and F. Arthur Wadsworth.

Abstracts of Marriage Licences at the Archdeacon's Court 1701 to 1753 and abstracts of Marriage Bonds and Allegations at Southwell 1755 to 1853.
A useful key to unlock genealogical problems of Nottinghamshire families for the 18th and 19th centuries.

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Code: ARA 524

Parish Registers of Walesby

Published 1898.
Transcribed and edited by George W. Marshall, LL.D.

Transcripts of the Parish Registers of Walesby.
Baptisms 1580 - 1792
Marriages 1594 - 1753
Burials 1585 - 1791
Complete with indexes of Names and of Places.

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Code: ARA 564

Yorkshire Deeds 12th -17th Centuries and Wills in the York Registry 1554-1568

Two books on one CD

Yorkshire Deeds, Volume III.
Edited by William Brown. Published in 1922.
A collection of transcripts of deeds relating to land and property in Yorkshire and elsewhere between the 12th-17th centuries.

Wills in the York Registry 1554-1568
Published in 1893.
An alphabetical index of wills proved at York during the period 1554-1568. Includes persons from Yorkshire as well as Nottinghamshire.
Also includes an index of Letters of Administration 1553-1568.
Many names of men and women are included in the deeds and wills.
A useful resource for genealogy.

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Code: ARA 568

The High Peak to Sherwood
The Hills and Dales of Old Mercia.

By Thomas L. Tudor

An interesting historical guide to this area of England.
Includes chapters on -
The High Peak and the Cheshire Borders
Buxton to Dove Dale
The Ashbourne Country
Uttoxeter and the Lower Dove
The Derbyshire Trent
Derby
To Wirksworth and Matlock
Matlock and the Western Highlands
The Wye: Haddon to Tideswell
The East Moors: Matlock to Penistone
East Derbyshire and Sherwood
Well illustrated with line drawings.

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Code: ARA 604

The Historic Stillbirth Register


Is an ongoing project with more records being added each day.
The coverage varies considerably between parishes counties and even centuries.

The database covers entries between the years 1551 and 2005 ; though does not claim to be an exhaustive list of such stillbirths.
It should be noted that to be included in this database the entry must either be noted as a stillbirth, born dead or abortive birth.
The CD contains both a pdf file of the Historic Stillbirth Register and an Excel database of the register saved as a .xls file

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Code: ARA m2

Nottinghamshire Maps Volume I

A selection of 19 Ordnance Survey maps mainly of Nottinghamshire.

Scale 6 inches to the mile.

These maps were surveyed between 1900 & 1920 and may contain revisions up to 1950.

Includes :-
Nottingham, Colwick, Holme Pierrepoint, Burton Joyce, Shelford, Stoke Bardolph, North Nottingham, Old Basford, Arnold, Lambley, Calverton, Woodborough, Hucknall Torkard, Greatworth, Helmond, Stuchbury, Thorpe Langton, Weston by Welland, Sutton Bassett, Ashley, Drayton, Medbourne, Bescaby, Asfordby, Saxelby, Welby, South Kilworth, Welford, Denton, Woolsthorpe, Goadby Marwood, Upper Broughton, Waltham Station, Saltby

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