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    Crosby (St Luke); Baptisms 1749-1837 + Langho (St Leonard) Baptisms, 1725-1837; Marriages 1837 & Burials 1765-1837


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    Liverpool Poll Book 1832


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    Warrington (West) 1905


    Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey
    incl Sankey Bridges and area around Bank Quay stn

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    Warrington 1905


    Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey
    also includes part of Latchford

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    M.I.s St Thomas's Church,Graveyard, Ashton-in-Makerfield


    M.I.s St Thomas's Church Graveyard, Warrington Road, Ashton-in-Makerfield
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    Both St Thomas Ashton-in-Makerfield CDs


    M.I.s St Thomas, Lower Ground Heath Road, Ashton-in-Makerfield 1893-2007
    M.I.s St Thomas's Church,Graveyard, Warrington Road, Ashton-in-Makerfield
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    The Hidden Cemetery of Walton


    "Take a walk along the nature trail at Rice Lane City Farm, situated at the top of Rawcliffe Road, and discover The Hidden Cemetery of Walton; originally the parochial burial ground for Liverpool. Discover some of the interesting gravestones and read about the events with which they are associated and the people they commemorate.
    With over seventy pages containing interesting facts and more than fifty photographs and other illustrations, you are bound to find something of interest in this latest book from the Walton-on-the-Hill History Group"
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    James Gibson's Liverpool Epitaphs (C.D.)


    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


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    U.K. Member


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