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77% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Family history research in Bedfordshire
Family history research in Bedfordshire Tracing your family tree in Bedfordshire Tracing your ancestors can be fascinating but it takes time and patience. If you know when and where an event took place you can also approach the local Bedford Registrar.
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41% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Useful Links
Useful Links The following organisations are all good sites for researchers wishing to pursue material not held by Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and Records Service or to learn more about archive related subjects.
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32% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Occupations
Occupations Occupations: archival sources On 2 January 1880 Charles Wallinger, a fifty-five year old coachman and parish reading room librarian, opened a new household account book for his employer, Charles Longuet Higgins of Turvey Abbey.
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30% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Paths to Crime
Paths to Crime Bedfordshire and Luton Archives Service are delighted to announce the launch of "Paths to Crime". These changes are reflected in the Quarter Sessions Rolls, which contain a range of documents including: footpath diversion orders, reports and bills for bridge, road, gaol, and sessions house maintenance, lists of those serving in the militia, coroners' bills, sacrament...
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30% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Poor Law Union Records
Poor Law Union Records Poor Law Unions 1834 - 1930 By the beginning of the nineteenth century the poor law system administered by the parishes was under severe strain. The Ampthill in-letters include correspondence regarding apprentices, religious services for tramps, emigration, sale of workhouse oakum, bills and tenders, amongst other things.
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28% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Monumental inscriptions
Monumental inscriptions Anyone researching their family will know that tracing burials can be difficult but you may be lucky enough to find a monumental inscription. CADDINGTON. CRT 120/15/15/8 (AWM).
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24% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Family history
Family history These pages direct you to some of the most commonly used genealogical sources held at Bedfordshire Archives & Records Service and highlight some less well known records which may further your research.
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22% Photos and History Archive
Browser does not support script. Browser does not support script. Browser does not support script. Elstow Photo Archive. The Bowler Family Bunyan Family Tree Bunyan Meeting - Moot Hall Lease Coins - The Patent Farthings Elstow - A History Elstow - Its historical names Elstow Abbey - Royal Charter 1130 Elstow Abbey - Royal Charter 1160 Elstow Abbey - Royal Charter for Fair c1510 Elstow and Moot...
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15% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Visits to Children 1894 to 1905
Visits to Children 1894 to 1905 This volume, ref. master's trade; remarks. term; Agutter, Gerald page 25. Gascoigne, George page 22. Johnson, Herbert page 24. Saunders, George page 39. White, Sidney George page 6.
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15% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Register of Young Persons Hired as Servants
Register of Young Persons Hired as Servants Young people who entered the Bedford Poor Law Union workhouse were hired out as servants. Also loose sheets at front of register giving similar information 1873 - 1878 but not identical to the register.
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