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    Lost Villages Of Liverpool Part 1. Derek M. Whale

    3.80

    This book includes: Liverpool (Introduction to the series), Aigburth, Allerton, Bootle, Crosby, Garston, Mossley Hill, Old Swan, Toxteth & Waterloo.

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    Lost Villages Of Liverpool Part 3. Derek M. Whale

    3.80

    Calderstones, Childwall, Clubmoor, Dovecot, Huyton, Kirkby, Kirkdale, Knotty Ash, Knowsley, Newsham, Prescot, Roby, Simonswood, Thingwall, Tuebrook, Walton.

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    M.I.s Halsall St. Cuthbert (C.D)

    6.25

    Monumental Inscriptions 1589-2008
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    James Gibson's Liverpool Epitaphs (C.D.)

    8.00

    Gibson’s Epitaphs is one of the most important sources for the family historian, who is researching in 19th century Liverpool. The compiler of these volumes was probably James Gibson variously described as a merchant or draper,a native of Stirling who lived and worked in Liverpool for many years.During his time in Liverpool he had, in his own words, "... taken notes from all the churchyards and chapels in the district."
    Completely transcribed containing an Index of over 10,000 names, taken from 56 Graveyards and Cemeteries, most of which no longer exist.
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    St. Thomas's Church, Melling - Monumental Inscriptions 1670-1979

    5.65


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    Gore's Directory of Liverpool 1790

    11.00

    A rare Directory of Liverpool, including "Merchants, Tradesmen and Principal Inhabitants. Also lists Mayor and Council, Officers of the Customs, Dock Commissioners etc, Vessels trading Coastways, Coaches, Wagons and Carriers. with many additional articles of general Utility"
    There is also a list of :- "Names of the Streets, Lanes etc. within the Liberties of Liverpool, with the number of persons in each"
    This gives the location of the street, the number of "Front Houses, Back or Cottage and Cellars"
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    James Gibson's Liverpool Epitaphs (C.D.)

    10.50

    Gibson’s Epitaphs is one of the most important sources for the family historian, who is researching in 19th century Liverpool. The compiler of these volumes was probably James Gibson variously described as a merchant or draper,a native of Stirling who lived and worked in Liverpool for many years.During his time in Liverpool he had, in his own words, "... taken notes from all the churchyards and chapels in the district."
    Completely transcribed containing an Index of over 10,000 names, taken from 56 Graveyards and Cemeteries, most of which no longer exist.
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    James Gibson's Liverpool Epitaphs (C.D.)

    8.75

    Gibson’s Epitaphs is one of the most important sources for the family historian, who is researching in 19th century Liverpool. The compiler of these volumes was probably James Gibson variously described as a merchant or draper,a native of Stirling who lived and worked in Liverpool for many years.During his time in Liverpool he had, in his own words, "... taken notes from all the churchyards and chapels in the district."
    Completely transcribed containing an Index of over 10,000 names, taken from 56 Graveyards and Cemeteries, most of which no longer exist.
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    Overseas (Including European) Member

    15.00


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    U.K. Member

    10.00


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