2 edition of Guide to the Lancashire Record Office. found in the catalog.
Guide to the Lancashire Record Office.
Reginald Sharpe France
Map on endpapers.
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|Pagination||xii, 353 p. :|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||65047767|
Lancashire Record Office: Accessions. Lancashire Record Office. record book and list of people exempt from jury service c (QBK acc ) Preston and South West Lancashire Coroner: daily record books and log book (CR 17 acc ) Preston Community Health Council: minutes (CHC 5 acc ). Mary B. Rose, 2 books Stephen Bull, 2 books Alan Crosby, 2 books Walter Bennett, 1 book Mary Rose, 1 book John Convey, 1 book Geoffrey Timmins, 1 book Ken Lawson, 1 book J. Richards, 1 book Lancashire Record Office., 1 book Phoebe Hesketh, 1 book Jean Turnbull, 1 book John Champness, 1 book Jim Heyes, 1 book Ian O. Brodie, 1 book Krysia Brodie.
The Story of Berkshire Record Office. It was in that Berkshire County Council established a Berkshire Records Committee. Its job was to consider how to look after the many official and private records that were stored in the basement of the old Shire Hall in the Forbury, Reading. Guide to the Lancashire Record Office was first published in In , the archives held an exhibition for their 10th anniversary, opened by Earl Peel, on March 15–18 March at the county office in Preston. Around visitors attended it. Sharpe France remained County Archivist until the s.
The General Register Office is part of Her Majesty's Passport Office and oversees civil registration in England and Wales. We maintain the national archive of all births, marriages and deaths dating back to and further information on our services can be found using the links shown below. • Lancashire Online Parish Clerks has an extensive online collection of PRs. For other parish clerk projects see the guide on GENUKI • Cheshire Parish Register Project – from parish registers held at Cheshire Records Office (earliest) • Cumberland and Westmorland Parish Registers • Cornish parish registers.
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Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. This guide has been produced on behalf of Lancashire Archives as part of a collaborative project, run by The National Archives and Lancaster University, to digitise the Manorial Documents Register for Lancashire.
The aim of this project is to raise awareness and encourage the use of manorial Size: 1MB. Information about records held by the Records Management Service is currently stored on a secure database in the Lancashire Record Office. Retention categories and class reference data are added to the information on each disposal schedule so that the computer can identify each type of record.
LANCAT is Lancashire Archives online catalogue, containing descriptions of over million documents from within our collections. They date from the 12th century to the present day and include. The Friends of Lancashire Archives promote, support, and assist our work. Box making service.
Lancashire Archives box-making service offers tailor-made storage boxes designed to provide secure and space-saving packaging for archival media, books, photographs, artefacts and ephemera.
Strategies, policies and plans for Lancashire's libraries and. Lancashire Record Office: What’s in it for Blackpool. 2 Lancashire Record Office: who we are and what we do Lancashire Record Office is a countywide service provided by Lancashire County Council, Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council and Blackpool Borough Council.
We collect, preserve, and provide access to, and promote theFile Size: 1MB. Lancashire Record Office: What’s in it for Burnley and Padiham. _____ 3 Who we are and what we do Lancashire Record Office – a service provided by La ncashire County Council - collects, preserves and provides access to the written heritage of Burnley – the borough and the town from which it.
THE LANCASHIRE RECORD OFFICE, PRESTON, IN During the following documents were received into the Lancashire Record Office: County A fchives. Reports on Bridges in Blackburn Hundred Specifications for bridges, aqueducts, roads, railways, etc. Presentments of bridges in disrepair You can always contact Lancashire Archives if you cannot find a reference to what you are looking for and think it is something we may have.
LANCAT also contains information about the collections of sound recordings previously at the North West Sound Archive which have been transferred to Lancashire. Lancashire Records Success. A wet Lancashire Wednesday does not deter the public from their quest for information.
Entering the search-room of the Lancashire Record Office, every seat is taken, every terminal is whizzing through microfilm and every desk has laid out books, pads, laptops and the unique archive material they have come to research.
Brief guide to searching There are two main ways to search the catalogue, simple and advanced searching. Simple search The simple search is accessed via the “Google-style” search box in the top right hand corner of the CalmView home page.
The Lancashire Record Office shall take into custody by means of purchase, gift, long-term loan or temporary deposit, archives and documents including: Public Records for which the Lancashire Record Office has been appointed the place of deposit under section 4(1) of the Public Records Actand amended by the Public Records Act The Guide to the Lancashire Record Office will point to any deposited records via the index section, look up the name of the area you need.
Failing that, the manorial Documents Register, Quality House, Quality Court, Chancery Lane, London, holds a list of all deposited Manorial Documents in CROs.
Lancashire Record Office. Guide to the Lancashire Record Office. A supplement, Preston: Lancashire County Books, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Janet D Martin; Lancashire Record Office. Lancashire Record Office holds the archives of the Lancashire Federation (reference WILF) as well as minutes and scrapbooks from many branches throughout the county.
A small exhibition celebrating the anniversary is on display in the Record Office and most of the archives are avail-able for research.
Lancashire Record Office claims a unique status in understanding the product requirements of the clients and being favourably located in the region. The Record Office currently supplies small quantities of boxes to local clients including Lancashire County. The Lancashire Records Office (LRO), or the Lancashire Archive, is located next to County Hall in Bow Lane just off Fishergate.
It contains records of families such as births, marriages, deaths, wills, census returns. Also maps, deeds, industry, social information old and new and plenty of other material.
Lancashire Record Office Handlist Sources for the history of the militia and volunteer regiments in Lancashire Officers of Captain ort's company, 5th Battalion of Lancashire File Size: 2MB.Blackburn with Darwen (1 book) Blackpool (40 books) Bolton (3 books) Bury (3 books) Calderdale (42 books) Cumbria ( books) Knowsley (5 books) Merseyside (2 books) North Yorkshire ( books) Rochdale (17 books) Sefton (8 books) Wigan (6 books).About the service.
The Records Management Service ensures there is effective control of Lancashire County Council's information resources whether they are administrative, fiscal or legal records form part of our corporate memory and are seen as valuable information assets.
The Records Management Service is about providing the right information to the right person at the right time.