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Emmbrook, Much More Unfinished History

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The sixth volume in the series of the Emmbrook histories on the people, places and activities of the village. This miscellany includes a Korean War soldier, dissent in the adjoining parish, estate developments and misdemeanours of local folk. 
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Emmbrook, Still More Unfinished History

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This booklet is the fifth in a series recording the histories of Emmbrook. Outlines the history of Toutley Hall, misfortunes occuring in the village, fires, crime and disorder, and notes on more recent events in the village. Many individuals are named. 
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Emmbrook, Yet More Unfinished History

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A further selection of interesting aspects and stories relating to Emmbrook village, including Emmbrook School; Sports Club; a notable World War One soldier's story, and a very messy divorce from the 1920s and the short lived Toutley Camp 
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Enborne & Wash Common, an illustrated history

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Enborne & Wash Common lie side-by-side south west of Newbury. This history by our own Penny Stokes is the first of book length about either area. It deals with overlapping themes such as farms, families, schooling, churches, landscape and recreation. 
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Enclosure in Berkshire, 1485-1885 (Berkshire Record Society Volume 5)

£25.00
Between the 15th & 19th centuries nearly three quarters of Berkshire was enclosed. Following an introductory survey, this volume provides a parish-by-parish summary of enclosures in Berkshire and includes complete transcripts of a number of key documents. 
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Enstone - Lifting the Latch (A Life on the Land)

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This book describes a vanished way of life on the land as recounted by Mont Abbott of Enstone, Oxfordshire and his deep understanding of the land and his love of the animals that worked alongside him. 
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Essential Maps for Family Historians

£12.99
Maps are literally a window into the past for both family and local historians. Maps are an essential tool in the search for places connected with the lives of our ancestors, helping us to make sense of how and where they lived. 
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Eton & Eton Wick, Old Ordnance Survey Map, 1899

£2.50
This map is part of a series of town maps with a scale of about 15 inches to the mile. They show not just the streets but virtually every house, track layouts of railways and tramways, factories, mills and docks. 
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Eton Poor Law Union and Registration District - Births

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NEW LOWER PRICE Workhouse Births 1837-1848, Burnham Sub District Births 1893-1897 
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Eton Poor Law Union and Registration District, Deaths

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NEW LOWER PRICE Workhouse Deaths 1848-1900, Burnham Sub District Infant Deaths 1879-1885 
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Eton Wick 1217-1977 - The Story of a Village

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Fair Mile Hospital: (Cholsey) A Victorian Asylum

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The author was a fourth generation member of his family to work at Fair Mile Hospital, Cholsey. This book is a richly illustrated history of the hospital drawing upon as much archive material as could be gathered bfore the Hospital closed in 2003. 
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Family Historian's Enquire Within, The

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NEW LOWER PRICE This new edition of the standard reference work for family historians, gives clear and concise information on more than 1,000 entries giving explanations, definitions, dates, and useful websites 
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Faringdon and surrounding Villages, The Changing Faces of, Book 2

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A collection of photographs and personal memories of Faringdon and includes sections on Shrivenham, Watchfield, Bourton, Stanford in the Vale, Littleworth, Charney Bassett, Longcot, Pusey and Goosey. 
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Faringdon and surrounding Villages, The Changing Faces of, Book 3

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A collection of photographs and personal memories of Faringdon and includes sections on Buckland, Barcote, Pucketty, Thrupp and Charney Bassett. 
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Faringdon Registration District, Parish Registers, OXF-FAR 01 (CD) OFHS

£17.50
Includes the following parishes: Ashbury, Baulking, Bourton, Charney Bassett, Compton Beauchamp, Fernham, Hatford, Kingston Lisle, Little Faringdon, Pusey, Shellingford, Stanford in the Vale, Watchfield, Woolstone 
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Faringdon Registration District, Parish Registers, OXF-FAR 02 (CD) OFHS

£17.50
Includes the following parishes:Coleshill, Eaton Hastings, Faringdon Primitive Methodists, Faringon Workhouse. Faringdon Bastardy Orders. Kelmscott, Langford, Little Coxwell, Littleworth, Longcot, Longworth 
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Faringdon Registration District, Parish Registers, OXF-FAR 03 (CD) OFHS

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Includes the following parishes:Buckland, Buscot, Faringdon, Faringdon Quakers, Great Coxwell, Shrivenham 
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Faringdon Union Miscellany

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This booklet comprises transcripts of the surviving birth and death registers for the Farringdon Poor Law Union and several other documents held in the Union archive. This miscellany contains 500 family names. 
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Farnborough, All Saints, Parish Registers (CD) BFHS

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BTs 1607-1738 (not all years), Baptisms 1739-2004, Marriages 1739-2006, Banns 1822-2002 & Burials 1739-2002 
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Berkshire Baptisms, 2nd Edition, Update from 1st edition (CD) BFHS

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Coverage is from the church 1327-2016 and from the churchyard 1735- 2016. Lists the names of almost 1,700 persons with transcriptions of their monuments and memorials, and photographs of every extant monument with plans showing the locations of the plots.


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The History of Reading Gaol

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Mark Stevens explores the prison’s history from the Georgian period until its first closure in 1920. Find out about the system of ‘hard labour, hard board and hard fare’ that characterised the Victorian regime; before hearing about Oscar Wilde and more.





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