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References (cont.)

PERKINS, R. 1994. Regiments and Corps of the British Empire and Commonwealth 1758-1993: a Critical Bibliography. Published by the author, Newton Abbot, Devon.

PERRY, Christopher. 1999. Bill of Mortality for 1665. Metropolitan (London and North Middlesex FHS) Vol 21 #4, page 296-297.

PHILLIMORE, W.P. and FRY, E.A. 1905, reprinted 1968. An Index to Changes of Name 1760-1901. Genealogical Publishing Company. GSU film 0483717. Now also available on CD-ROM from S and N Genealogy Supplies.

PHILLIPS, Adrian. 1984. Hospital Records. Essex Family Historian. Part 1 in # 32, page 28-32. Part 2 in # 33, page 8-9.

PIGOTT, Sophie. 1998. The Times Index. Family Tree Magazine Vol 14 #5, page 55-56.

PIKE, Sheila. 2003.The Needlework of Very Young Girls. Devon Family Historian # 105, page 12-13.

PINE, Leslie Gilbert. 1954. The Came with the Conqueror. Evans Brothers Limited, London.

PINE, Leslie Gilbert. 1972. The New Extinct Peerage 1884-1971; Containing Extinct, Abeyant, Dormant and Suspended Peerage with Genealogies and Arms. Heraldry Today, London.

POLS, Robert. 1994. Dating Old Photographs. Federation of Family History Societies.

POLS, Robert. 1995. Understanding Old Photographs. Robert Boyd Publications.

POLS, Robert. 1998. Photography for Family Historians. Federation of Family History Societies.

PORTER, Ron. 1991. A Doctor in the House. Wiltshire Family History Society #42, page 14-17.

PRITCHARD, Michael. 1994. A Directory of London Photographers 1841-1908. PhotoResearch, Watford, Hertfordshire, England.

PROBERT, Eric. 2003. CD-ROMs in brief: Ancestral Archives of Derbyshire. Family Tree Magazine Vol 19 #11, page 51.

RAYMOND, Stuart A. 2001. Using Libraries: Workshops for Family Historians. Federation of Family History Societies.

RAYMOND, Stuart A. 1994 to date. Series of British Genealogical Library Guides (formerly British Genealogical Bibliographies). Federation of Family History Societies.

RAWLINGS, Norma. 1998. Thank You DNA. Family Tree Magazine. Vol14 #2, page 55.

RAZZELL, Peter. 1996. The growth of Population in Eighteenth Century England: A Critical Reappraisal. Genealogists’ Magazine. Vol 25 #5, page 182-188.

REID, John D. 2003. Can Newspaper Archives Online Help Your Search? Family Tree Magazine Connect Section Vol 19 #7, page 8-9.

RICHARDSON, John. 1986. The Local Historian’s Encyclopedia. Historical Publications. [There is a new 2003 edition].

RICHARDSON, Ruth. 2001. 2nd edition. Death, Dissection and the Destitute. University of Chicago Press.

ROGERS, Colin D. 1983. The Genealogical Uses of School Records. Genealogists’ Magazine Vol 21 #6, page 202-205.

ROGERS, Colin D. 1997 3rd edition. The Family Tree Detective. Manchester University Press.

ROWLAND-WARNE, L. 1992. Eyewitness Books : Costume. Alfred A. Knopf, New York.

ROWNTREE, J. William and BINNS, Henry Bryan. 1903. A History of the Adult School Movement. Headley Brothers, London. New edition 1985 with a new introduction and additional notes by CHARLTON, Christopher. University of Nottingham Department of Adult Education. FHL book 942.J2rj.

ROWSE, Alfred Leslie. 1941 (republished 1991). Tudor Cornwall. Dyllansow Truran Trewolsta, Trewirgie, Redruth, Cornwall.

RUTHERFURD, Edward. 1987. Sarum. Random House, Toronto.

RUTHERFURD, Edward. 1998. London. Random House, Toronto.

RUVIGNY and RAINEVAL, Marquis of. 1903. The Blood Royal of Britain, Being a Roll of the Living Descendants of Edward IV and Henry VII (also known as The Tudor Roll of the Blood Royal of Britain). T. and E. Jack. GSU film 0990439

RUVIGNY and RAINEVAL, Marquis of. 1907-1911. The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal, Being a Complete Table of All the Descendants Now Living of Edward III, King of England, 4 volumes; the Clarence volume (Descendants of George, Duke of Clarence) GSU film 0896886; the Anne of Exeter volume (Descendants of Anne Plantagenet, Duchess of Exeter) GSU film 1696598; the Isabel of Essex volume (Descendants of Isabel Plantagenet, Duchess of Essex and Eu) GSU film 1551071; the Mortimer-Percy volume (Descendants of Lady Elizabeth Percy née Mortimer) GSU film 1696592 . T. and E. Jack.

SANDFORD, Paul. 1999.The Anatomy Database or  “Bodies Online” - A New Resource for Family Historians. Family Tree Magazine Vol 15 #10, page 39.

SATTIN, D.L. 2003. Leaves from a School Log. Bygone Kent Vol 4. Part I in #5, page 297-303; Part II in # 6, page 325-330.

SAUL, Pauline. 2001. Meandering Around Museums: The Edward Jenner Museum. Practical Family History #48, page 9-10.

SAYWELL, David and SIMON, Jacob. 2004. National Portrait Gallery: Complete Illustrated Catalogue. National Portrait Gallery, London.

SCHOLLAR, Brian. Ragged School in the 19th Century. Part I. Dorset FHS Vol 15 (Sep 2002), page 4.

SCOTT, J. 1990. Unfamiliar Sources for Family Historians. Part I. Poverty and Comfort: The Booth Surveys of London Life. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 6 #6, page 26-27. Part II. Occupation and Industry: The Booth Studies of London Trades. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 6 #7, page 18.

SHAW, Gareth. 1979. The Content and Reliability of Nineteenth Century Trade Directories. Local Historian Vol 13, page 205-209.

SHAW, Gareth. 1982. British Directories as Sources in Historical Geography. Norwich.

SHAW, Gareth and TIPPER, Allison. 1988. British Directories: A Bibliography and Guide to Directories Published in England and Wales, 1850-1950, and Scotland, 1775-1950. Leicester. University Press. FHL book 942 E43s. [This gives an almost complete listing of all published directories].

SHAW, William A. 1911, 1923, 1932. Letters of Denization and Acts of Naturalization for Aliens in England 1603-1800. Huguenot Society, London. Vols 18, 27 and 35.

SHERWOOD, Keith. 2003. An Unusual Sampler in Readers’ Letters. Family Tree Magazine Vol 19 #6, page 23.

SHILHAM, Peter. 2003. Rotherhithe United and Amicable Society Schools. East Surrey FHS Vol 26 #3, page 11-12.

SHRIMPTON, Jayne. 2001. Clothing the Past: Dating and Analysing the Dress worn by Our Ancestors in Old Family Photographs in Family and Local History Handbook 5th edition. Genealogical Services Directory.

SMITH, H. J. 1972-1997. Short Guides to Records #24. Local Reports to the General Board of Health. Historical Association, London.

SMITH, Vicki. 2001.Blackbushe - A Pest House. Sussex Family Historian. Vol 14 #5, page 186-188.

SOCIETY OF GENEALOGISTS. 1996. School, University and College Registers and Histories in the Library of the Society of Genealogists. Society of Genealogists.

SPRINGER, Christine. 1997. From Asylum to Hospital: An Evolution of St. Andrew’s Hospital [Stepney]. Metropolitan (London and North Middlesex FHS). Vol 20 #4, page 142-144.

SPUFFORD, Peter. 1988. The British Record Society – A Centenary History. Genealogists’ Magazine Part I in Vol 22 #9, page 322-326; Part II in Vol 22 #10, page 362-367.

STEEL, Don. 1980. Discovering Your Family History. British Broadcasting Corporation.

STEEL, Don and Lawrence TAYLOR. (Eds) 1984. Family History in Focus. Lutterworth Press.

STEELE, Jess. (editor) 2001. The Streets of London: The Booth Notebooks -South East. Deptford Forum Publishing, London SE14. [Reviewed in Family History News and Digest volume 13 #2, page 91.]

STEPHENS, William Brewer 1980. School and Work: The Life of an English Child, 1750-1900. Number 433 in World Conference on Record: Preserving Our Heritage. LDS Church, Salt Lake City. Fiche 6085754.

STERRY, Wasey. 1943. The Eton College Register, 1441-1698: Alphabetically Arranged and Edited with Biographical Notes. Spottiswoode, Ballantyne. FHL book 942.575/E1 J2sw

SWINNERTON, Iain. 2001-1. Identifying Your World War I Soldier from Badges and Photographs. Federation of Family History Societies.

TAYLOR, Arthur. Discovering Military Uniforms. Shire Publications.

TAYLOR, Arthur. Discovering English County Regiments. Shire Publications.

TAYLOR, Ryan. Genealogical cataloguer at Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana. 2004. Personal communication.

THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES. Research Guides(formerly PRO Records Information Leaflets

D = Domestic, L = Legal, M = Military, O = Overseas

D13 Civilian Gallantry Medals
D23 Education: Records of Special Services
D24 Education: Technical and Further Education
D25 State Papers Ireland 1509-1782
D45 Stationers’ Hall Copyright Records
D49 Naturalization and Citizenship: Grants of British Nationality
D50 Immigrants
D56 Passenger Lists
D60 Passport Records
D61 Births, Marriages and Deaths at Sea
D63 Education: Records of Teachers
D65 Education: Elementary and Secondary Schools
D67 Elementary (Primary) Schools
D73 Nineteenth Century Public Health and Epidemics: Sources in
The National Archives
D76 Anglo-Jewish History, 18th-20th Centuries: Sources in The National Archives.
D104 Lunatic Asylums, 18th-20th Centuries
D105 Lunacy and the State
D107 Emigrants
D109 Health Between the Wars: 1919-1939
D123 Sources for the History of the Press
L15 Transportation to America and the West Indies 1615-1776
L17 Transportation to Australia 1787-1868
L30 Coroner’s Inquests
M13 War Dead: First and Second World War
O2 State Papers Foreign
O3 Privy Council and the Colonies
O10 Colonial Office: Advisory Committees
O12 Foreign Office: Card Index 1906-1910
O13 Foreign Office: Card Index 1910-1919
O14 Foreign Office Records from 1782
O16 Refugees and Minorities
O17 Embassy and Consular Archives
O30 Researching British Colonies and Dominions
O31 Dominions Office
O32 Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and W. Indies
O33 Colonial Office: Registers of Correspondence 1849-1926
O34 Colonial Office: Registers of Correspondence 1926-1951
O36 Government Gazettes of the British Empire and Commonwealth
O53 Emigrants to North America after 1776

THIRSK, Joan. 1957. England Peasant Farming. Routledge and Kegan Paul, London.

THOMPSON, E.P. and YEO, Eileen. 1973. The Unknown Mayhew. Penguin Books.

THOMPSON, Flora. 1939-1945 (republished 1983). Lark Rise to Candleford. Oxford University Press.

THOMPSON, T.R. 1976. 3rd edition. A Catalogue of British Family Histories. Research Publishing Company.

THOMSON, James F.S. 2004. New Uses for Old Directories. Ontario Genealogical Society Seminar Syllabus, Toronto. Page 39-42.

TITFORD, John. 1995. Review of British Biographical Archive Series I by Laureen Baillie and Paul Sieveking 1984-1988. Fiches 6029709-35 + 6066966 (1260 ). Series II edited by Humanities Reference Unit, University of Glasgow, 1991-1999 on fiches 6140788-814 (632) . Family Tree Magazine Vol 11 #7, page 22.

TITFORD, John. 1997. Have You Tried…? School Registers. Family Tree Magazine Vol 15. Part I in #11, page 17-19. Part II in #12, page47-48.

TITFORD, John. 1998. Have You Tried…? University Registers: Ireland, Vocational Education; Denominational Education (Anglican and Roman Catholic). Family Tree Magazine Vol 15 #2, page 20-22.

TITFORD, John. 1999. Have You Tried…? Registers of Denominational Higher Education: Nonconformists. Family Tree Magazine Vol 15 #4, page 25-27.

TITFORD, John. 2000 onwards. Auctioneers’ and Booksellers’ Catalogues of Manuscript Materials. A quarterly column in Family Tree Magazine. Vol 16 #s 7, 10; Vol 17 #s 1, 4, 7, 10; Vol 18 #s 1, 4, 7, 10; Vol 19 #s 1, 4, 10; Vol 20 #s 1, 4, 7 etc.

TITFORD, John. 2002. Odd Vols: Unusual Printed Sources for Family Historians: Progress, Commerce and Kindred Publications: “Nineteenth Century Commercial Directories with Knobs on" Magazine Vol 18. Part I in #3, page 9-11; Part II in #6, page 24-26.

TYRWHITT-DRAKE, Barney. 1998. Biography Database 1680-1830 (Volume 2) CD-ROM review. Family Tree Magazine Vol 14 #9, page 29.


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