|Statement||Prepared for the Records Committee by P. A. Kennedy, county archivist. With a foreword by the Duke of Portland.|
|Contributions||Kennedy, P. A., Nottinghamshire (England). County Council. Records Committee.|
|LC Classifications||CD1065.N84 A5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 180 p.|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||62034819|
The Records begin again on the 4th October, , and continue to 14th April, This book is well bound in calf-covered boards, and is in good preservation. Vol. —10th July, , to 11th April, , when the records of the Sessions suddenly break off; in . To look at original archives you will need an Inspire Library Card. Please apply in person when you arrive at Nottinghamshire Archives. You will need ID that shows a printed name, address and signature (does not need to be on the same document) to register to view original documents and to use the resources on the public pcs including free access to Ancestry. Nottinghamshire, England Online Genealogy Records This chart shows links to countrywide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county, town, or parish), go to Locating Online Databases. , , and can be searched free of charge at your local Family History Center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, y: Maps. You are in: Home > Resources > H. Hampton Copnall, Nottinghamshire County Records: Notes and Extracts from the Nottinghamshire County Records of the 17th Century, Henry B. Saxton, SHIRE HALL OR KING'S HALL. In the Records the County Hall at Nottingham is referred to as the Shire Hall alias King's Hall."There appears to have been, for many .
An act for dividing and inclosing the open fields, meadows, forest, commons, and waste lands, within the parish of Basford, in the county of Nottingham by Nottinghamshire (England) () 5 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. The county of Nottinghamshire (Notts) is mainly flat, from its eastern border with Lincolnshire, except for a few rolling hills in the western part, which includes the now abandoned coal mining belt. The dispersed wooded district of Sherwood Forest begins in the west and centre of the county. Even though it’s not necessary to have our best-selling book handy to utilize the guide, the Edition, will be released on Aug It is packed with incredible records that will give kids a chance to explore the planet's most amazing places, review the year's top sporting achievements, a special section devoted to fictional and. Social care publications. You can either browse through the list of publications or use the search options to find what you are interested in. information packs - we produce information packs for people in certain the 'Category' search to see what is in each pack.
Access to records Back to: Services available for non-safeguarding concerns If your query does not relate to a safeguarding concern, you may wish to contact one of the teams listed below. Record Office guide This is a comprehensive guide to the archives we hold. The guide is updated every time new acquisitions are made available. It gives a summary of each collection, and its collection reference number, which can then be used to find descriptions of specific documents. Nottinghamshire Record Office holds documents relating to the history of the county of Nottinghamshire. Their collection of four million documents include resources referring to Nottingham and the diocese of Southwell and Nottingham. The Offices's resources also . Nottinghamshire County Records - 17th Century Related data collections. Dictionary of National Biography, Volumes This database contains Volumes 1–22 of The Dictionary of National Biography, – Inside you can expect to find biographies of “notable” individuals including surname, birth place, parents’ names, residence.