A major new Yorkshire collection of records has been launched, including Civil War Records, Marriage Licences, Domesday Records, Visitations, Directories, Poll Books and Regimental Records.
The Genealogist has launched the new collection, which includes:
- Yorkshire Marriage Licences 1630-1674
Translation of the 1086 Domesday records for Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Rutland, published in 1809. The Domesday records were taken after the Norman Conquest on behalf of William the Conqueror, who sent his men out across the country to find out how much land and livestock was owned in each shire and how much they were worth.
- Northumberland, Newcastle upon Tyne Poll Book, 1774
- Yorkshire, Kingston-upon-Hull Poll Book, 1868
Civil War Records
- Yorkshire Royalist Composition Papers Volumes I, II & III
These detail the fines paid by those who fought on the Royalist side in the English Civil War, to cover the cost of the conflict.
- Visitation of Cheshire 1580
- The Story of the 55th (West Lancashire) Division
- 1914-19 The Fifth Leicestershire
- 1876 Historical Records of the First Regiment of Militia (Third West York Light Infantry)
- Freemen of Chester 1392-1805
- Freemen of York 1272-1759
- Liverpool, Gore’s Directory, 1805
- 1890 Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire Court Guide and County Blue Book
- 1872 Johnson and Tesseyman’s York Directory
- North and East Ridings Kelly’s Directory, 1913
- 1936 Kelly’s Directory of Bradford and Suburbs
- 1839 Derbyshire, The History of Chesterfield