Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Ashhurst family deeds relating to properties in Buckinghamshire, Lancashire, London and Oxfordshire.
Extents: 62 shelfmarks
75 documents, 1675-1939, mainly of the Bunce, Buxton, Chillingworth, Rutler, Wilmott and Yates families (see the custodial history of the papers for genealogical information). The papers pertain to Derbyshire (Ashbourne, Clifton-with-Compton), Lancashire (Manchester and Salford), Middlesex (Brompton, Chelsea, Drayton, Kensington, St. George, Hanover Square, St Marylebone and Stepney), Surrey (Kingston-on-Thames, Worplesdon), Kent (Woolwich), Worcestershire (Redditch and Tandebigge)…
Extents: 3 shelfmarks
Copy of the poll book for Preston, Lancs.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. e. 120
Extents: 46 Leaves
Dates: 11-14 Sept 1780
Genealogical collections, mainly extracts from the public records, 16th century.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. gen. d. 36
Extents: 276 pages
Dates: 16th century
Collections of Richard Gough, consisting of topographical collections, maps and engravings, books on Saxon and Northern literature, a collection of more than 100 early printed liturgical books (chiefly of Sarum or York use, and therefore considered by Gough as part of Wiltshire and Yorkshire topography), and sixteen volumes of Gaignières' valuable drawings of Church monuments in France. A feature of Gough's printed books is the large number which bear manuscript notes and additions. The…
Extents: 866 shelfmarks
Dates: 12th-19th cent.
Heraldic collections, 17th century.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. gen. c. 42
Extents: 71 Leaves
Dates: 17th century
Ledger of Elija Brown, bookbinder, of Preston
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. misc. d. 659
Extents: 118 Leaves
Papers mainly relating to the Farington family of Lancashire, 1697-1807.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. hist. b. 202
Extents: 69 Leaves
Summary of a survey of the Duchy of Lancaster made by Sir John Poyntz, 1591.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. gen. d. 15
Extents: 59 Leaves
160 deeds, the majority of which relate to the Turner family, but include papers of the Hegginbothams, 1697-1808 and the Bromeleys, 1761-1776. There are also indentures of apprenticeship to the Turners, 1804-6, and one to Joseph Boothroyd of Wooldale, Yorkshire, 1800.
Extents: 160 shelfmarks