Includes bibliographical references (p. 503-508) and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Paul B. Pixton|
|Series||Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire -- v. 144, Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire (Series) -- v. 144|
|Contributions||Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire|
|LC Classifications||DA690.W945 W74 2009, DA670.L2 R4 v. 144|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lix, 562 p. :|
|Number of Pages||562|
|LC Control Number||2009675465|
Palmer, J., ed., The letter book of Thomas Hill West Country mercantile affairs and the wider world (Devon and Cornwall Record Society, new ser., 51). Parry, R., 'An Ardudny Crown rental of ', Journal of Merioneth Historical and Record Society, XV, 4, pp. An index to the wills and inventories now preserved in the Court of Probate at Chester and Lancashire and Cheshire Wills and Inventories at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury The Register Book of the Christenings, weddings and burials within the parish of Leyland Wrenbury Wills and Inventories Another book which might be of particular interest to you is Wrenbury Wills and Inventories produced (in ) by The Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. Each will and inventory has been fully transcribed for the period above with detailed family trees for each individual. Attention is also drawn to the following publications:f RECORDS, ARCHIVES AND HISTORIOGRAPHY Barnett, Vincent, Marx (London: Routledge, ; pp.
Wrenbury Wills and Inventories , £40 ed. Pixton, Paul B., , ISBN 0 79 4 (for subscription years & ) The Challenge of Cholera: Proceedings of the Manchester £30 Special Board of Health , ed. Kidd, A. and. Wyke, T., , ISBN 0 80 0 (for subscription year ). Wrenbury wills and inventories Show more By Heather Falvey This important article in our ‘Themes in local history’ occasional series draws attention to one of the greatest and most basic weaknesses in the overall range of local history research and writing – the scarcity of material on the local history of ethnic and immigrant. To find out more or to book a place call Wrenbury wills and inventories Family life in Britain to Working life in Britain to English Book Owners in the Seventeenth Century: A Work in Progress Listing by David Pearson - page 17 Robert Boyle Scientist. Possessed an extensive library, which was sold after his death partly by auction () and partly by dispersal through the trade. DNB. Thornton & Tully. John Boys Dean of Canterbury.
An edited version of the Presidential Address, delivered to the Bibliographical Society on 21 February T he english private library in the seventeenth century is an area where there is scope both to increase our knowledge of the facts and also thereby our understanding of the significance and impact of book ownership in the society of the time.. This is not by any means uncharted Cited by: 3.