3 edition of A calendar of the Flintshire quarter session rolls, 1747-1752 found in the catalog.
A calendar of the Flintshire quarter session rolls, 1747-1752
Great Britain. Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (Flintshire).
|Statement||compiled by Derrick Pratt.|
|Contributions||Pratt, Derrick., Clwyd. Record Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||186 p. :|
|Number of Pages||186|
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And Wales. Chapter 4: Courts of Quarter Sessions. Jones, D.J.V. Crime in Nineteenth Century Wales. Cardiff. Pratt, Derek. A Calendar of the Flintshire Quarter Sessions Rolls, Clwyd Record Office. Contains a detailed introduction giving background history of the Quarter Sessions courts in Flintshire.
Ellis, Bryn. Flintshire Quarter Sessions rolls, Flintshire Historical Society journal, Vol. 36 1747-1752 book Journals Online Pratt, Derrick. A calendar of the Flintshire Quarter Sessions Rolls Hawarden: Clwyd Record Office, Description and Travel. Calendar of the Flintshire Quarter Sessions Rolls English Surnames Series I: Yorkshire West Riding Gibsons Guides for Genealogists Family History (several volumes) Original Parish Registers in Record Offices and Libraries, Tyne and Wear Archives User Guides Hudleston, C Roy; Boumphrey, R S.
Flintshire Quarter Sessions. A FULL BENCH AND A HEAVY CALENDAR The Flintshire Quarter Sessions were held on Tuesday at Mold, and there were about 40 ma. gistrates present, the largest attendance on re- cord it is supposed.
The Calendar was also an unusally heavy one, The magistrates from the Rhyl district were Messrs G. Taverner, S. Perks, J. The record office has few quarter sessions records earlier in date than the first order book () and sessions roll (). Most of the surviving seventeenth-century records are among the Chirk Castle MSS and Documents deposited in the National Library of.
There is a Ts calendar of the Sessions Rollsextracts only, with personal A calendar of the Flintshire quarter session rolls place names and subject indexes, unindexed extracts,are published in Bedfordshire County Records 1; Indictment Books,are published in Bedfordshire County Records 2.
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The general records of Quarter Sessions include: Sessions Minute Books which are the summaries of the events of each session, which lead to - ; Sessions Rolls which include the evidence presented for each case which is where the real gems are.
They are often grouped together for each case with a leather string punched right through the middle of the pieces of parchment or paper. Search United Kingdom Wales Flintshire Flintshire. Welcome to our Flintshire family history research page.
Here you'll find record collections, history, and genealogy resources to help you trace your Flintshire ancestors. Le Hardy: Guide to the Hertfordshire Record Office, Part 1: Quarter Sessions and other Records in the Custody of the Officials of the County ().
Google Scholar A note on the G.H. Wood Collection appeared in Bulletin of the Society for the Study of Labour History, 4 (spring ), May is Local & Community History Month. Flintshire Historical Society, a group set up to research and publish information about Flintshire’s local history, is 1 09 years old this year.
If you look through the index of articles written by Society members over the years, you will unravel a fascinating story of people, architecture, castles, churches, houses, industry, archaeology, ancient.
Last Photographs of the Quarter Sessions, Flintshire Leader NC/ Photograph New Clwyd County Council, references from the Patent Rolls Calendar NC/ Photograph of Mr Thomas Williams, veteran angler, Nuns of Talacre Abbey, The Journal NC/ Article on steelmaking at Shotton and the campaign against closure.
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Of the preth century depositions that have survived, most are from northern counties. Kent Quarter Sessions (Q/A) Kent Quarter Session ( Q) Dering Manuscripts Part 2 ( U) Rouse Boughton of Downton Hall ( ) Toliver (Taliaferro) Robert Toliver [see RN #56 and RN #57] Miller Simon Miller Mott George Mott John Mott Thatcher Silvester Thatcher Whitlock Thomas Whitlock Gaines Capt.
Daniel. InHelen Hudson nee Hughes ( - ), my grandfather’s first cousin, published a family history with the rather lengthy title, 'Cherry stones: adventures in genealogy of Taylor, Hutcheson, Hawkins of Scotland; Plaisted, Green, Hughes of England and Wales; Hale of Gloucestershire, Langford Sidebottom, Cheshire; Shorten of Cork, Ireland, and Slater of Hampshire, England who.
Litigation is not a modern invention, and the medieval law courts contributed their fair share to the bulk of the surviving public records.
The English legal system was a complex one, and remained in a continual, and rather chaotic, process of evolution throughout the medieval and early modern period. Flintshire (Welsh: Sir y Fflint) was one of thirteen historic counties of was notable as having several exclaves and being the smallest county in Wales.
It was a maritime county bounded to the north by the Irish Sea, to the east by the Dee estuary, to the south-east by Cheshire (England) and to the south and west by largest of its exclaves, the Maelor Saesneg (the.
Mostyn’s Whig politics had certainly not been approved by Pitt’s friends in the county, at the head of them Mostyn’s own brother-in-law, Thomas Pennant of Downing, the celebrated tourist, who had threatened an opposition in in the name of Sir Thomas Hanmer, 2nd Bt., of Bettisfield and inspired the loyalist Flintshire Association of Flintshire Historical Society publications From tothe Society published a series of annual Publications, in English, containing transcripts and articles relating to the county, with book reviews and society notes.
In it became the Flintshire Historical Society Journal. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Full text of "Shropshire County records: A full list and partial abstract of the contents of the Quarter Session rolls" See other formats.Quarter Session Dockets, 33 rolls (LRGP ) Quarter Session Index, 3 rolls (LRGP ) Oyer and Terminer Dockets, 3 rolls (LRGP ).
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