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Unpublished personal name indexes in record offices and libraries

J. S. W. Gibson

Unpublished personal name indexes in record offices and libraries

an interim list

by J. S. W. Gibson

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Published by Federation of Family History Societies in Plymouth .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by J.S.W. Gibson.
ContributionsFederation of Family History Societies.
The Physical Object
Pagination32p. ;
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22340638M
ISBN 100907099351

"Indexes journal articles, book chapters, bills, laws, court decisions, reports, books, audiovisuals, and news articles relating to bioethics and professional ethics. From the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Library & Information Services, Georgetown University. [Internet resource: free on the Web]" Europa World.   The Little Regiment Civil War Units and Commands. Summer , Vol. 27, No. 2. By Michael P. Musick When Stephen Crane (–) chose the title The Little Regiment for his collection of short stories set during the Civil War, he knew what he was about. He knew that phrase would resonate with his readers, that it would have a special meaning for veterans, Written:

Personal name indexes, and registers that function as indexes, to inmates incarcerated at the Minnesota State Prison during the years Some are for a specific set of records or volumes; others cover a group of years without regard to specific records. Description: The world’s most valuable and comprehensive scholarly, multi-disciplinary full-text database, with more than 8, full-text periodicals, including more than 7, peer-reviewed addition to full text, this database offers indexing and abstracts for more t journals and a total of more t publications including monographs, reports, .

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Unpublished personal name indexes in record offices and libraries by J. S. W. Gibson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Unpublished personal name indexes in record offices and libraries. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jeremy Sumner Wycherley Gibson. Unpublished personal name indexes in record offices and libraries (Guides for genealogists, family and local historians) [Jeremy Sumner Wycherley Gibson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Get this from a library. Unpublished personal name indexes in record offices and libraries. [Jeremy Sumner Wycherley Gibson]. This guide is a combination of the "specialist indexes" which have until now appeared in the guide formerly called Marriage, Census and Other Indexes and in a separate guide called Unpublished Personal Name Indexes in Record Offices and Libraries.5/5(1).

Unpublished Personal Name Indexes in Record Offices and Libraries: Gibson, Jeremy: N3: Orphans Court Register - Book I, Cotaco Co.

Alabama (now Morgan Co.) Gibson, Maxine Newton: K1: Orphans Court Register - Book II, Cotaco Co., Alabama (now Morgan Co.) Gibson, Maxine Newton: K1: Century of Service - Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church, Unpublished Personal Name Indexes in Record Offices and Libraries.

New edition in preparation. The record offices and reference or local studies libraries of Great Britain have a wide variety of indexes to often unsus-pected categories and sources. Over of these were circulated to compile this Guide, an essential companion to Marriage. It features material which was originally published in the long out-of-print Unpublished Personal Name Indexes in Record Offices and Libraries, supplemented by details relating to the ‘other’ indexes formerly listed in Marriage, Census and Other Indexes.

Sources for Genealogy at Hampshire Record Office. Elizabeth Hughes. How to use the Record Office; Sources for One Name Studies. Brian Christmas. The English - A Social History to Christopher Hibbert. Unpublished personal name indexes in record offices & libraries.

Jeremy Gibson. Guide to the records & where to find them. Unpublished Personal Name Indexes in Record Offices and Libraries: An interim list compiled by J. Gibson. Federation of Family History Societies, A guide to libraries in counties in England and Wales with available indexes and lists.

No. to surnames. The specialist indexes are eclectic and include emigrants to North America, Napoleon's British prisoners, coastguards, centenarians, and poor law migrants.

The many unpublished indexes in record offices and libraries (for instance, to thousands of removal orders, etc., in the Beds, and Essex R.O.s) are not included, but are the Author: F.

Emmison. Unpublished indexes for (with a few entries to ) (Ms /) are available in the upper part of the Manuscripts reading room. The unpublished indexes use the following conventions: A.B. + number indicates the act book and relevant volume; Reg. + number indicates the will register and relevant volume.

Unpublished Personal Name Indexes in Record Offices and Libraries Census Returns – in Microfilm Coroners’ Records in England and Wales Bishops’ Transcripts and Marriage Licences, Bonds and Allegations The Hearth Tax, Other Later Stuart Tax Lists, and Assn Oath Rolls\ Lists of Londoners Local Census Listings – Author: Steve Walker.

Indexes Gibson, Jeremy Sumner Wycherley, ed. Marriage, Census, and Other Indexes for Family Historians. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, F Gm Gibson, Jeremy Sumner Wycherley, comp.

Unpublished Personal Name Indexes in Rec- ord Offices and Libraries. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, c Lafayette Co. Marriage Index, -Groom's Book: Lafayette Co. Gen. N2: Living Descendents of Blood Royal (in America) Record Offices: How To Find Them Hamilton- Edwards, Gerald: N3: Unpublished Personal Name Indexes in Record Offices and Libraries: Gibson, Jeremy: N3: Clan Mackintosh: McNie, Alan: N4: Clan Stewart: McNie, Alan.

Microfilms of many manuscripts are available from the Family History Library where they may be catalogued as “Church Records,”“Poorhouses, poor law,”or “Parish Chest Records.” Many English county record offices have generated countywide name indexes to such records, but a nationwide index does not exist.

G35u Unpublished Personal Name Indexes in Record Offices and Libraries. Gb Tracing your Ancestors in the Public Record Office. Gc The National Archives: A Practical Guide for Family Historians.

P65h Historical, Archaeological, & Kindred Societies in the United Kingdom: A List. Unpublished Personal Name Indexes in Record Offices and Libraries, Second Edition; Compiled by Jeremy Gibson () Unpuzzling Your Past - A.

Author of Record offices, The hearth tax, other later Stuart tax lists, and the association oath rolls, Probate jurisdictions, Quarter sessions records for family historians, Militia lists and musters,Lists of Londoners, Bishops' transcripts and marriage licences, bonds and allegations, Coroners' records in England and WalesWritten works: Wills and where to find them.

Specialist Indexes for Family Historians. Federation of Family History Societies. [Formerly published under the titles Marriage, Census and Other Indexes for Family Historians, and Unpublished Personal Names Indexes in Record Offices and Libraries.] GIBSON, Jeremy and HUNTER, Judith.

Victuallers’ Licences. Federation of Family History. Some recently published books to help you in your genealogical research are: " Missouri Families," (Volume 1) by Don Vincent (from the author, Author: MYRA VANDERPOOL GORMLEY.

Title: Archives: Basic Facts About by Susan B. Lumas FHL Collection J5L: Berkshire Record Office Summary List of Parish Registers by Berkshire Record Office (England) FHL Collection /R2 A3s.

This is a list of the Anglican parishes located at the Berkshire Record Office includes the years covered for baptisms, marriages and burials.PP A Secretary Hand ABC Book - help to reading old handwriting QQ The records of The R.A.F.

and how to find the few RR Unpublished personal name Indexes in R.O. & Libraries SS Specialist Indexes for family historians TT My Old Order – Mennonite Heritage by Mary Ann Horst UU Succeeding in Family History.Marriage records are usually indexed by the surname of the groom, but a few jurisdictions have compiled cross-indexes to the maiden name of the bride.

Some states are collecting these early marriage records from the local jurisdictions'but because no comprehensive list of these repositories exists, you must write to the town or county first.