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Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Calculations for a 'Comparison of population before and after the Black Death', c.1900.
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. hist. c. 211
Extents: 291 Leaves
Glossary of Bedfordshire provincialisms, cuttings of a series of newspaper articles by J. W. Burgon, with notes and additions by him.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. Beds. e. 2
Extents: 112 Leaves
Richard Gough Collection
Extents: 96.03 Linear metres (873 boxes)
Dates: 12th-19th century
Journals of tours by James Ward, 1810-1815.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. gen. e. 72
Extents: 148 Leaves
Deeds and other papers concerning the property of the Loveday family, including property in Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Bedfordshire, Warwickshire, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, London, Rutland, Derbyshire, Surrey, and Northamptonshire. The collection includes a pedigree of the Loveday family (MS. Top. Oxon. c. 597/12, fol. 7v).
Extents: 427 shelfmarks
The original parish register of Houghton Conquest in Bedfordshire, written in A.D. 1539-1630.
Shelfmark: MS. Top. Beds e. 1
Extents: 34 Leaves
Dates: written in A.D. 1539-1630
Parish notes by Edward Steele, with some wash drawings and emblazoned arms; the notes concern Buckinghamshire, Norfolk, Kent, Surrey, Middlesex, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.
Extents: 2 shelfmarks
Dates: 1682-1716, mainly [c. 1714]
The Risley papers consist of: Barber papers, including title deeds to lands in Adderbury and Milton, Easington, Calthorpe, Banbury, Grimsbury, Neithrop, Wickham, South Stoke and Fritwell (Oxfordshire); Hexton, Kingswalden, Offley, Lilley, Wandon End and Kensworth (Hertfordshire); and Shefford, Camton and Luton (Bedfordshire); as well as to certain property in London, and a few deeds relating to other…
Extents: 79 shelfmarks
Topographical collections of John Pridden (1758-1825).
Shelfmark: MS. Top. gen. d. 16
Extents: 264 Leaves
Dates: 18th-19th century
A transcript, tabulation and translation of the Domesday Survey of Bedfordshire, with some parish notes occasionally added, stated to be by the Rev. Thomas Orlebar Marsh.
Extents: 4 shelfmarks