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Historical Directory of Hay on Wye - Second Edition By Alan Nicholls
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This is the second edition of the "Historical Directory of Hay" which was first published in September 2014 and details ongoing research to record the history of Hay, its buildings and... More > people. This volume contains all the information from the first edition plus a large amount of additional research which has been undertaken at the National Library of Wales, Powys Record Office, Hereford Record Office and other sources since publication of the first edition. While this project is mainly to research and record the buildings of Hay and their history and to be used as a resource for future study, it will also be of great interest to those who know and love the town. The survey in this volume is organised alphabetically, street by street, and each building that was listed on the census from 1841 to 1911 is included. The census data is enhanced by including entries detailing the listed buildings in Hay and other documentary sources.< Less
The Herefordshire Chantry Valuations of 1547 By M A Faraday
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In the later Middle Ages it was common for persons with property to endow chantries, chiefly for prayers to be said for the donor or members of his family for the indefinite future. From these... More > endowments churches accumulated properties around the county, sometime in other counties. In the mid 1500s the properties were seized by the Crown and sold. Lists of properties, occupiers and purchasers were kept. The present volume covers Hereford Chantries. This record is of interest to scholars of the 16th century, particularly of the post-Reformation secularisation of Church property. In addition, family historians, once they have reached the mid-16th century from which period parish registers and collections of wills are very much more sparse, must of necessity look at any lists of residents in particular places and this is one. This is a hardback. There is also a paperback.< Less
The Herefordshire Chantry Valuations of 1547 By M A Faraday
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In the later Middle Ages it was common for persons with property to endow chantries, chiefly for prayers to be said for the donor or members of his family for the indefinite future. From these... More > endowments churches accumulated properties around the county, sometime in other counties. In the mid 1500s the properties were seized by the Crown and sold. Lists of properties, occupiers and purchasers were kept. The present volume covers Hereford Chantries. This record is of interest to scholars of the 16th century, particularly of the post-Reformation secularisation of Church property. In addition, family historians, once they have reached the mid-16th century from which period parish registers and collections of wills are very much more sparse, must of necessity look at any lists of residents in particular places and this is one.< Less
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Letters to Kezia: Book Two of the Puritan Chronicles By Peni Jo Renner
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It is 1693 in Hereford, Connecticut, when Mary Case, the spinster daughter of a Puritan minister, finds herself hopelessly smitten by the roguish thief Daniel Eames. Betrothed to a man she does not... More > like or love, she is soon compelled to help Daniel escape from jail. Suddenly, she finds herself on the run, not only accused of being Daniel’s accomplice but also of murder. The fugitive pair soon finds solace—and a mutual attraction—among the escapee’s Algonquin friends until two men from Daniel’s dark past hunt them down. After Mary is captured and returned home to await trial, a tragedy takes the life of her younger sister, revealing a dark secret Mary’s father has kept for months. But just as Mary learns she is pregnant, she makes a horrifying discovery about Daniel that changes everything and prompts her to develop an unlikely bond with his mother, Rebecca, who soon saves Mary from a shocking fate.< Less
Letters to Kezia: Book Two of the Puritan Chronicles By Peni Jo Renner
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It is 1693 in Hereford, Connecticut, when Mary Case, the spinster daughter of a Puritan minister, finds herself hopelessly smitten by the roguish thief Daniel Eames. Betrothed to a man she does not... More > like or love, she is soon compelled to help Daniel escape from jail. Suddenly, she finds herself on the run, not only accused of being Daniel’s accomplice but also of murder. The fugitive pair soon finds solace—and a mutual attraction—among the escapee’s Algonquin friends until two men from Daniel’s dark past hunt them down. After Mary is captured and returned home to await trial, a tragedy takes the life of her younger sister, revealing a dark secret Mary’s father has kept for months. But just as Mary learns she is pregnant, she makes a horrifying discovery about Daniel that changes everything and prompts her to develop an unlikely bond with his mother, Rebecca, who soon saves Mary from a shocking fate.< Less
Herzegovina Or, Omer Pacha and the Christian Rebels By George Arbuthnot
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Col. George Arbuthnot of Norton Court, Gloucester, DL JP MP (9... More > January/June 1836 – 26 December 1912) was a British politician.Born in Madras, India, he was the son of John Alves Arbuthnot of Coworth Park, Old Windsor, Sunningdale, Berkshire, and wife and cousin Mary Arbuthnot.Arbuthnot was Member of Parliament for Hereford from 1871 to 1874 and from 1878 to 1880. He served in the Royal Horse Artillery, reaching the rank of Colonel, and was Justice of Peace of Herefordshire and Gloucestershire, and Deputy Lieutenant for Herefordshire.He was buried with his wife at Holy Trinity Churchyard, Sunningdale, Berkshire.On 12 October 1870 he married Caroline Emma Nepean Aitchison (Norwood, London, 1848 – 16 March 1927), daughter of Captain Andrew Nepean Aitchison (Bombay, 13 June 1816, bap. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Arbuthnot_(politician)< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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