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Visitation of England and Wales Notes: Volume 2, 1897

by Frederick Arthur Crisp, Joseph Jackson Howard

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Visitation at England and Wales : Notes, Volume 2, 1897, ed. by Joseph Jackson Howard, Frederick Arthur Crisp, reprint 1997.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 078840623X, Paperback)

The "Notes" series contain genealogical data on the older generations of the families discussed in the "Visitations" series, to which they are directly keyed. The bulk of the material in these volumes consists of documents, abstracts and other supporting material. Volume 2 contains more pedigrees, wills, Bible entries, bookplates, seals, portraits, monumental inscriptions, etc., of: Plumbe of Lancashire, 1646-1835; Tempest of York, 1515-1819; Guille, Seignieurs de St. George, 1653-1895; Stevens, 1802-1886; Williams of Cornwall, 1732-1869; Jenkinson, Earl of Liverpool, from 1618; Hawkesberry, 1893; Brown of Surrey, from 1742; Blaydes from 1638, Page-Turner of Oxford, Bedford and Kent, from 1760; Collier of Sheffield, from 1817; Eales of Devon and London from 1696; Stone of Oxford, 1839-1847; Tolhurst of Kent, 1672-1797; Bartlett of Marldon, 1607-1855; Clay, 1737; Assheton of Lancaster, 1616-1835; Brooke of Kirkburton, 1591-1840; Emeris of Lincoln, 1641-1819; Atkinson of Lincoln, 1770; Barton of London, 1805-1869; Howard of Carnarvon, 1776-1872; Swann of Northants, 1726-1876; Faber, 1873 & 1879; Platt-Higgins, 1889; St. George, 1854 & 1891; Watney of Wimbledon, 1780-1861; Cass of York, 1546-1861; Molyneux, 1806; Du Moulin Browne, 1849; Boddington, 1695-1869; Ewen, 1688-1738; Cavendish, 1748-1831.

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