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old maps of nottinghamshire

County Maps Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire. This incredibly useful resource includes high quality digitized maps that you can zoom into and see the finest detail. A wonderful collection of old maps.

Derbyshire 1610, 1695, 1789, 1828, 1831, 1849, 1876, 1895, 1904, 1912, 1932 and 1941.

Buxton 1904

Matlock 1904

Railway map 1904

Lincolnshire 1695, 1818, 1828, 1831, 1841, 1849, 1850, 1882, 1892 and 1922.

Cleethorpes 1935

Grimsby 1935

Nottinghamshire 1600s (Speed map), 1695, 1738, 1828, 1831, 1849, 1869, 1876, 1900, 1912 and 1921.

Newark 1646

Nottingham 1745, 1751, 1834, 1895 and 1899.

Ref 0007-6 Price £11.90.

 

the gentlemans magazine 1731-1868

The Gentleman's Magazine Library 1731-1868. Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Rutland The original Gentleman's Magazine contained articles on a vast array of subjects including lots of wonderful topographical pieces.

In 1891 George Gomme republished all of these topographical articles and indexed them into county specific order.

An absolute goldmine of information about the county, its people and its places.

Ref 0777 Price £14.00

records of the borough of nottingham 1155 to 1900

Records of the Borough of Nottingham Volumes 1 to 9 - 1155 to 1900 Nine large volumes, each about 500 pages, covering the records of Nottingham from 1155 to 1900 and published from 1882 onwards. Each of the earlier volumes is in Latin with an English translation on the opposite page.

Each volume is fully indexed for names, places and subjects and contains a huge amount of information about the history and people of Nottingham, court cases, deeds, wills etc.

Each volume contains thousands of names of Nottingham people, events, deeds, charters and information regarding crimes, petty sessions etc.

Ref 0005 Price £68.00

the domesday of inclosures for nottinghamshire 1517

The Domesday of Inclosures for Nottinghamshire 1517 Details of those with inclosures of land in Nottinghamshire. A very rare resource, this 1904 copy is one of only 300 published.

Ref 0679 Price £12.50

nottinghamshire and derbyshire pipe rolls 1131 to 1307

Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Pipe Rolls 1131 to 1307 Transcribed extracts, with notes, of very early records of the counties of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. After Domesday, the most important records relating to these counties are the Pipe Rolls.

They contain the accounts and budget of each county including accounts for aid, taxes, scrutages, reliefs, fee farm rents, fines, amercements and charges for work provided for the King. As such they contain the names of thousands of people and family history information which is not available from any other source.

Ref 0054 Price £12.50

a topographical and historical description of nottinghamshire - laird 1810

A Topographical and Historical Description of Nottinghamshire - Laird 1810 Extremely detailed accounts of the county's towns, churches, castles, antiquities, monuments and scenery plus notices and biographies of eminent and learned men of Nottinghamshire.

Ref 0856 Price £14.75

the life of colonel hutchinson The Life of Colonel Hutchinson - 1808. Colonel Hutchinson was one of the major figures in the English Civil War. He was based in Nottingham. This wonderful account of his life was taken from contemporary articles, and letters, many written by his wife.

This is one of the most comprehensive insights to life and events during the English Civil War, and particularly in Nottinghamshire.

A very rare book. Ref 0490 Price £17.90
the skilled labourer
The Skilled Labourer 1760-1832. Although similar to The Village Labourer (see above) this book deals with specific groups of workers. Its contents include:

The Miners of the Tyne and Wear, cotton workers, woollen and worsted workers, Spitalfields silk weavers, framework knitters and also has sections dealing with Nottinghamshire, Lancashire and Yorkshire Luddites. Ref 0582 Price £21.10
the farmers almanac and calendar

The Farmers' Almanac and Calendar 1849

Everything for the farmer of 1849, from the supply of machinery and seed to hints and tips on farming preactices at the time. A wonderful resource for those with farming ancestors. Contains many interesting advertisements.

Also included on the CD are the original hand written personal notebooks and account books of farmers, dating from the 1830s to the later 1800s and a beautifully descriptive letter of 1851 from a farmer in Clipstone Nottinghamshire to friends who had emigrated to the United States. Real original source material of the period.

Ref 0065 Price £13.90


The Complete Parish Officer 1772 The Complete Parish Officer 1772. This is one of the most important resources that we have seen, and one that should be of great interest to all family historians. Published in 1772 it was the handbook of the duties and responsibilities of the Parish Officer. It includes the duties of the overseers of the poor, the power in relieving, employing and settling, etc. of poor persons; the laws relating to the poor, and settlements, and the statutes concerning masters and servants. The right of Settlement was something that was of great concern to all of our ancestors. Basically, to be able to have right of settlement in a parish, one had to be born there, married there or serving an apprenticeship there. Proof was all-important, especially if a person became destitute and needed support from the parish. Parish officers would have people literally evicted and transported to another parish under such circumstances. What happened about bastardy? What obligations does an apprentice have to his master and vice-versa? This book describes it all, together with the supporting laws. Other sections of the book include the authority and duty of constables, tithingmen, etc.; churchwardens, how they should be chosen, their duties, church accounts, repairing of churches, etc. There are some very interesting punishments for not attending church and keeping to the rules! There is a section on surveying the highways, Scavengers, methods of taxation of the highways, and laws. And finally, the duties and powers of Watchmen. Ref 0766gls Price £16.60.
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