Family forbears: A guide to tracing your family tree in the Leicestershire Record Office (Leicestershire Museums publication) download epub
by Jerome. Farrell
Corporate Name: Leicestershire Record Office. Publication, Distribution, et. . Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Service, (c)1987. Physical Description: iii, 44 p. : facsims. 30 cm. Title: Leicestershire Museums publication ; no. 83.
Corporate Name: Leicestershire Record Office. Bibliography, etc. Note
A guide to tracing your family tree in the Leicestershire Record Office. The Royal Leicestershire Regiment Museum Collection is within the New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, 53 New Walk, Leicester, LE1 7EA. Tel: 0116 225 4900.
A guide to tracing your family tree in the Leicestershire Record Office. Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Service. Cemeteries, list of addresses and phone numbers, choose Cemeteries, then England, then Leicestershire. In 1087, the first recorded use of the name was as Laegrecastrescir.
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of the Symington family and of the corset factory here in Leicestershire. say that this book is the next best thing to seeing them in the museum yourself!
The author also gives a history with period photographs of the Symington family and of the corset factory here in Leicestershire. This book has proved most helpful in dating corsets in my own collection and having seen most of the corsets that are presented in this book in real life, I can honestly say that this book is the next best thing to seeing them in the museum yourself! A fascinating read with LOTS of pictures of corsets!
by. Fletcher, William George Dimock, 1851-1935. Book is a photo-copy. No table of contents page.
Leicestershire County Council proposes to cut the opening hours of its libraries and museums to save money. The county council said reducing the hours of 22 libraries, two museums and Record Office would save £443,000 a year - £1,772,000 over four years. It also confirmed further savings would be needed and increased charges for some services were being considered. Opponents said the plan would affect those who relied on libraries for educational and cultural needs. Under the plans, the Conservative-led authority said it would not close any libraries but about 20,000 opening hours would be cut from April 2012.
Bottesford is an English village and civil parish. It lies in the Vale of Belvoir and forms part of the Borough of Melton in Leicestershire
Bottesford is an English village and civil parish. It lies in the Vale of Belvoir and forms part of the Borough of Melton in Leicestershire. Bottesford is about 20 miles (32 km) east of Nottingham and 16 miles (26 km) north of Melton Mowbray. The village is the largest in the Vale of Belvoir and is near to Belvoir Castle, home to the Duke and Duchess of Rutland. It had a population of 3,587 at the time of the 2011 census
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Publisher: Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries and Records Service (1987)
Pages: 44 pages