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10,000 Vital Records of Central New York, 1813-1850 Bowman Genealogical Publishing 9780806311494 BRAND NEW Hardcover $41.99
10,000 Vital Records of Eastern New York, 1777-1834 Bowman Genealogical Publishing 9780806311654 BRAND NEW Hardcover $41.99
10,000 Vital Records of Western New York, 1809-1850 Bowman Genealogical Publishing 9780806310992 BRAND NEW Hardcover $41.99
100 Years at Warrington: York County, Pennsylvania, Quaker Marriages, Removals, Births and Deaths Walmer, Margaret B. Heritage Books 1556132697 BRAND NEW Softcover - Index - 334 pp - This important work contains: abstracts of the marriage records of Warrington Monthly Meeting for 1748 to 1854, including the names of all witnesses who signed the certificates; abstracts of the Certificates of Removal issued or received by York Monthly Meeting for 1787 to 1857; and a consolidated list of births and deaths from the records of Warrington (1745 to 18--) and Menallen (1775 to 1857) Monthly Meetings Publisher List Price= $29.00 $26.50
155th PA Volunteer Zouaves, Co. K., Softbound - Marshall/Gancas Mechling Bindery BRAND NEW Softcover $19.95
1692 Witch Hunt: The Layman's Guide to the Salem Witchcraft Trials George Malcolm Yool Heritage Books 1556135653 BRAND NEW Softcover - Index - 166 pp Publisher List Price= $18.00 $16.50
175 SOUTH WEST PENNSYLVANIA MARRIAGES Closson, Bob and Mary Closson Press BRAND NEW Softcover - 7 pp $5.00
1755 Granville County North Carolina NC Militia Records Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover This 35 page publication details fines list for those that did not answer the muster calls. During the colonial period, the militia was the norm for the protection of the citizens. Most males between the ages of 16 and 45 were required to an $9.45
1760 Mecklenburg County North Carolina NC Militia Records Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover This 14 page publication details fines list for those that did not answer the muster calls. During the colonial period, the militia was the norm for the protection of the citizens. Most males between the ages of 16 and 45 were required to an $6.45
1765 CHESTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES Katharine F. Dix Closson Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 105 pp $10.00
1767 BERKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES Katharine F. Dix Closson Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 33 pp $10.00
1767 CHRONICLE Armand Francis Lucier Heritage Books 0788403567 BRAND NEW Softcover Publisher List Price= $19.50 $18.00
1771 LANCASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES Katharine F. Dix Closson Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 104 pp $10.00
1776 Census of Maryland Bettie Carothers Heritage Books 1585490881 BRAND NEW Softcover - Index - 220 pp Publisher List Price= $20.00 $18.00
1783 TAX LIST OF BALTIMORE COUNTY Barnes, Robert W. and Bettie S. Carothers Heritage Books 1585493643 BRAND NEW Softcover - 117pp - Maps by George J. Horvath Jr. Owners, tracts, acreage, number of free males and white inhabitants, bachelors, paupers, surname/tract index Publisher List Price= $12 $11.00
1784 BERKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES Katharine F. Dix Closson Press 1558560157 BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 95 pp $10.00
1790 Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 46 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age including the $6.00
1790 Anson Co. , Nc Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 18 pgs. - The 1790 Census of the United States is the first listing for many of the states at that time of the inhabitants within their boundary. This volume contains a bried background of the County and the answers to the five questions ask $5.00
1790 Beaufort Co. , Nc Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 17 pgs. - The 1790 Census of the United States is the first listing for many of the states at that time of the inhabitants within their boundary. This volume contains a bried background of the County and the answers to the five questions ask $5.00
1790 Bertie Co. , Nc Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 29 pgs. - The 1790 Census of the United States is the first listing for many of the states at that time of the inhabitants within their boundary. This volume contains a bried background of the County and the answers to the five questions ask $5.00
1790 Bladen Co. , Nc Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 17 pgs. - The 1790 Census of the United States is the first listing for many of the states at that time of the inhabitants within their boundary. This volume contains a bried background of the County and the answers to the five questions ask $5.00
1790 Brunswick Co. , Nc Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 11 pgs. - The 1790 Census of the United States is the first listing for many of the states at that time of the inhabitants within their boundary. This volume contains a bried background of the County and the answers to the five questions ask $5.00
1790 Burke Co. , NC Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 30 pgs. - The 1790 Census of the United States is the first listing for many of the states at that time of the inhabitants within their boundary. This volume contains a bried background of the County and the answers to the five questions ask $5.00
1790 Camden Co. , Nc Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 15 pgs. - The 1790 Census of the United States is the first listing for many of the states at that time of the inhabitants within their boundary. This volume contains a bried background of the County and the answers to the five questions ask $5.00
1790 Carteret Co. , Nc Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 16 pgs. - The 1790 Census of the United States is the first listing for many of the states at that time of the inhabitants within their boundary. This volume contains a bried background of the County and the answers to the five questions ask $5.00
1790 Census - (The Entire State) Includes an index to the reconstructed 1790 Census - RI census and the reconstructed census for the entire state for 1790 Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - (The Entire State) Includes an index to the reconstructed 1790 Census - SC census, the reconstructed census and the actual hand written pages for Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Albany Co., NY Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Anson Co., NC (NCAns790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Beaufort/Pitt Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Bertie/Tyrrel Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
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1790 Census - Johnston/Dobbs Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Jones/Carteret/Craven Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Kings Co., NY Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Lincoln Co., NC (NCLin790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Martin Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Mecklenburg Co., NC (NCMec790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Montgomery Co., NC (NCMon790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Montgomery Co., NY (NYMon790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Moore Co., NC (NCMoo790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Nash Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - New Hanover/Bladen/Brunswick Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - New York Co., NY Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Northampton Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Onslow/Hyde Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Ontario/Clinton Cos., NY Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Orange Co., NY Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Pasquotank/Camden Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Perquimans/Chowan Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Pitt/Beaufort Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Queens Co., NY Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Randolph Co., NC (NCRan790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Richmond Co., NC (NCRic790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Richmond Co., NY Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Robeson Co., NC (NCRob790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Rockingham Co., NC (NCRoc790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Rowan Co., NC (NCRow790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Rutherford Co., NC (NCRut790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Sampson Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Stokes Co., NC (NCSto790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Suffolk Co., NY Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Surry Co., NC (NCSur790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Tyrrel/Bertie Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Ulster Co., NY Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible - Includes Middleton, Rochester, Mama Kating, Hurly, Marbletown, Shawangun, Montgomery, Wallhill, New Windsor, Newburgh, New Marlborough, New Ealby & Kingston $14.75
1790 Census - Vermont (printed version + index) (VTall790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Virginia (printed version + index) (VAall790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Wake Co., NC (NCWak790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Warren Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Washington Co., NY Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Wayne Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Westchester Co., NY Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 Census - Wilkes Co., NC (NCWil790) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1790 CENSUS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 Southern Historical Press 089308459X BRAND NEW Hardcover Publisher List Price= $28.50 $26.95
1790 CENSUS OF VIRGINIA, Heads of Families at the First Census of the US taken in the year 1790: Records of the Enumeration 1782-1785 Southern Historical Press 0893086142 BRAND NEW Softcover Publisher List Price= $32.50 $30.95
1790 CHARLESTON DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA CENSUS: Complete Transcription of the 1790 United states Federal Census for the Charleston District, South Carolina Jarrell, Lawrence E. Heritage Books 0788436244 BRAND NEW Softcover Publisher List Price= $20 $18.00
1790 Chatham Co. , Nc Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 24 pgs. - The 1790 Census of the United States is the first listing for many of the states at that time of the inhabitants within their boundary. This volume contains a bried background of the County and the answers to the five questions ask $5.45
1790 Chester County, Pennsylvania Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 124 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age including the $12.45
1790 Chowan Co. , Nc Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 16 pgs. - The 1790 Census of the United States is the first listing for many of the states at that time of the inhabitants within their boundary. This volume contains a bried background of the County and the answers to the five questions ask $5.00
1790 Dauphin County, Pennsylvania Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 71 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age including the $10.95
1790 Delaware County, Pennsylvania Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 53 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age including the $6.00
1790 Fayette County, Pennsylvania Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 59 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age including the $8.00
1790 Franklin County, Pennsylvania Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 52 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age including the $8.00
1790 Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 34 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age including the $5.00
1790 Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 124 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age including the $14.95
1790 Luzerne County, Pennsylvania Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 24 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age including the $5.00
1790 Mifflin County, Pennsylvania Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 34 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age including the $5.00
1790 Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 74 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age $11.95
1790 Northampton County, Pennsylvania Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 91 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age including the $12.45
1790 Northumberland County, Pennsylvania Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 61 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age including the $11.95
1790 Rowan Co. , NC Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 45 pgs. - The 1790 Census of the United States is the first listing for many of the states at that time of the inhabitants within their boundary. This volume contains a bried background of the County and the answers to the five questions ask $5.45
1790 Washington County, Pennsylvania Census Reprint Of Government Document Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 1-111111-11 76 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age in $11.45
1790 York County, Pennsylvania Census Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 99 pgs. - This volume contains a very brief history of the county as well as the entries from the 1790 census which includes the name of the head of the house hold as well as the number of free white males over 16 years of age including the $14.95
1798 Montgomery County Tennessee Tax List Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - Tax List from Montgomery County, Tennessee. 32 pages. $8.00
1800 Census - Barnstable Co., MA (MABar800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Berkshire Co., MA (MABer800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Bristol Co., RI (RIbri800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Delaware (Entire State )(DE01800 Census - ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Essex Co., MA (MAEss800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Hampshire Co., MA (MAHam800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Kent Co., DE (DEken800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Kent Co., RI (RIken800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Mecklenburg Co., NC ( NCmec800 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Middlesex Co., MA (MAMid800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Montgomery Co., NC ( NCmon800 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Nantucket Co., MA (MANan800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - New Castle Co., DE (DEnew800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - New Hanover Co., NC ( NCnew800 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Newport Co., RI (RInew800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Norfolk Co., MA (MANor800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Plymouth Co., MA (MAPly800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Providence Co., RI (RIpro800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Richmond Co., NC ( NCric800 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Rowan Co., NC ( NCrow800 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Rutherford Co., NC ( NCrut800 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Suffolk Co., MA & State Recapitulations (MASuf800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Sussex Co., DE (DEsus800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Washington Co., RI (RIwas800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Wilkes Co., NC ( NCwil800 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census - Worcester Co., MA (MAWor800) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1800 Census of Calvert County and Charles County, Maryland Maryland Genealogical Society Heritage Books 0788432907 BRAND NEW Softcover - 66 pp Publisher List Price= $13.00 $12.00
1800 Census of Pendleton District, South Carolina Stewart, William C. Heritage Books BRAND NEW Softcover - Indices - 178 pp Publisher List Price= $13.00 $12.00
1800 Census Prince George’s County, Maryland Maryland Genealogical Society Heritage Books 0788437836 BRAND NEW Softcover - alphabetical, 42 pp Publisher List Price= $11 $10.00
1800 CENSUS QUEEN ANNE’S COUNTY, MARYLAND Maryland Genealogical Society Heritage Books 0788436198 BRAND NEW Softcover $5.99
1800 CHARLESTON DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA CENSUS: Complete Transcription of the 1800 United States Census for the Charleston District, South Carolina. Current counties of Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester, South Carolina Jarrell, Lawrence E. Heritage Books 0788436252 BRAND NEW Softcover Publisher List Price= $20 $18.00
1805 Georgia Land Lottery Fortunate Drawers and Grantees Graham, Paul K. Genealogy Company 0945531204 BRAND NEW Hardcover issued without jacket - 278pp - index $195.00
1805 Georgia Land Lottery Persons Entitled to Draws Paul K. Graham Heritage Books 0975531212 BRAND NEW Hardcover - 648 pp - This book is an index to the List of Persons Entitled to Draws for the 1805 Land Lottery and is a new transcription of the data in 1805 Georgia Land Lottery, published in 1964 by Virginia S. Wood and Ralph V. Wood. This list represents most of the households in the state in the year 1803 and is an invaluable substitute for Georgia's lost 1800 U.S. Federal Census. 1805 Georgia Land Lottery Persons Entitled to Draws corrects major errors and omissions found in the Wood publication. Using the power of a computer database, this new publication of land lottery participants includes verified and cross-referenced data. No Georgia census index collection is complete without this book. Entries contain: Number, Name and identifying remarks, County of residence, Draw result, Prize result (if a fortunate drawer) Book contains: 23,940 participants, 500 non-participants Publisher List Price= $45.00 $42.95
1810 Census - Bladen Co., NC ( NCbla810 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1810 Census - Columbus Co., NC ( NCcol810 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1810 Census - Mecklenburg Co., NC ( NCmec810 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1810 Census - Northampton Co., NC ( NCnor810 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1810 Census - Rutherford Co., NC ( NCrut810 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1810 Census - Sampson Co., NC ( NCsam810 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1810 Census - Warren Co., NC ( NCwar810 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1810 CHARLESTON DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA CENSUS: Complete Transcription of the 1810 United States Census for the Charleston District, South Carolina. Current counties of Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester, South Carolina Jarrell, Lawrence E. Heritage Books 0788436260 BRAND NEW Softcover Publisher List Price= $20 $18.00
1810-1840 LOUDOUN COUNTY, VIRGINIA, FEDERAL POPULATION CENSUS INDEX. Duncan, Patricia B. Heritage Books 158549870X BRAND NEW Softcover Publisher List Price= $25.50 $23.50
1812 Bristol Poll Book CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - A very rare resource, this is a list of all of those in Bristol who voted in the General Election of 1812 and whom theyvoted for. It also contains many letters to and from the various candidates.<BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, or Apple Mac, CD-ROM drive<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1812 Davidson County, Tennessee Tax List Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - Tax List from Davidson County, Tennessee in 1812. 28 pages. $9.95
1812 Militia of Virginia for the Shenandoah Valley Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 104 pages - full name index - The records found here are the rosters of the various units of militia found in Virginia records for the War of 1812. Some of the records are pay rolls and some are muster rolls, and where they are both present, bo $21.95
1815 Directory of Va. Landowners & Gazetteer vol. 4 Ward New Papyrus Pub BRAND NEW Softcover $30.00
1815 Directory of Va. Landowners & Gazetteer vol. 5 Ward New Papyrus Pub BRAND NEW Softcover $30.00
1815 Directory of Va. Landowners & Gazetteer vol. 6 Ward New Papyrus Pub BRAND NEW Softcover $30.00
1815 Directory of Virginia Landowners, v.1 Ward New Papyrus Pub BRAND NEW Softcover $30.00
1815 Directory of Virginia Landowners, v.2 Ward New Papyrus Pub BRAND NEW Softcover $30.00
1815 Directory of Virginia Landowners, v.3 Ward New Papyrus Pub BRAND NEW Softcover $30.00
1818 Norfolk Poll Book CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - A very rare resource indeed, this contains the names of those people in Norwich who voted in the General Election of 1818. High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, or Apple Mac, CD-ROM drive<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1820 BARNWELL DISTRICT SOUTH CAROLINA CENSUS Jarrell, Lawrence E. Heritage Books 078843621X BRAND NEW Softcover Publisher List Price= $20 $18.00
1820 BEAUFORT DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA CENSUS Jarrell, Lawrence E. Heritage Books 0788436236 BRAND NEW Softcover Publisher List Price= $20 $18.00
1820 CENSUS OF MISSISSIPPI Irene S. and Norman Gillis Southern Historical Press 0893085960 BRAND NEW Hardcover Publisher List Price= $32.50 $30.95
1820 COLLETON, SOUTH CAROLINA CENSUS: A Complete transcription of Federal Census Records Jarrell, Lawrence E. Heritage Books 0788436279 BRAND NEW Softcover Publisher List Price= $20 $18.00
1820 EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA CENSUS: Complete Transcription of the United states Census with Full Name Index Jarrell, Lawrence E. Heritage Books 1585498998 BRAND NEW Softcover - index, map, 86 pp. Edgefield District was created from Ninety-Six District on 1 January 1800 and contained all the area of current Edgefield and Saluda Counties, the eastern portions of Greenwood and McCormick Counties, and a portion of western Aiken County. Under the constitution of 1868, Edgefield District was eliminated. The full name index contains 2,160 entries Publisher List Price= $20 $18.00
1820 Fairfield County, South Carolina Census and Map Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 48pp - Map shows where people lived as well as churches, mills and communities $10.00
1820 FEDERAL CENSUS NORTH CAROLINA Potter, Dorothy Williams Heritage Books 1585499471 BRAND NEW Softcover - index, 524 pp. A census of more than usual merit, painstakingly thorough, this book lists over 78,000 heads of household and-with the additions-is believed to embody the most complete printed source material for the period. All fifty-six counties for which census enumerations have been preserved are included. Furthermore, tax lists for Wake and Franklin Counties are incorporated to compensate for the lost census records of those counties. This book is not just an index, but an alphabetical listing of the whole state, giving heads of households, ages of the family, free colored persons, and the number of slaves. All identifying descriptions used by the census enumerator have been maintained, and the county name and original page number are also listed Publisher List Price= $53 $49.00
1820 LAND LOTTERY OF GEORGIA Lucas Jr, Rev. S. Emmett Southern Historical Press 0893088585 BRAND NEW Hardcover Publisher List Price= $40 $38.45
1820 Lawrence County, Tennessee Census Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - A verbatium transcription of the 1820 Census of Lawrence County, Tennessee showing the heads of the house holds, those living in the house hold by sex/age. Also included are the occupation of the head of the house hold, the slaves by sex/age, a $6.45
1820 ORANGEBURGH, SOUTH CAROLINA CENSUS Jarrell, Lawrence E. Heritage Books 0788436309 BRAND NEW Softcover Publisher List Price= $20 $18.00
1820 PENNSYLVANIA PENSION LIST - Letter from the Secretary of War Transmitting A Report of the Names, Rank, and Line of Every Person Placed on the Pension List, in Pursuance of the Act of the 18th March, 1818, &c. January 20, 1820 J.C. Calhoun Closson Press 0933227957 BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 22pp - Alphabetical list compiled from a letter originally published in 1820 from the Secretary of War transmitting a report of the name, rank, and line of every person placed on the pension list in pursuance of the act of the 18th March 1818. 1,000+ names $10.00
1820 Westmorland Poll Book CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Poll for Knights of the Shire to Represent the County of Westmorland.<BR/><BR/>To be entitled to vote in the general election for Parliament, people (males only!) had to be a freeholder owning a house or land. This book contains lists of all of the voters, with their place of residence, place of the freehold, and the candidates for which they voted. There was no secret ballot in those days! <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. A wealth of information. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>This CD book has been formatted to be searchable using Adobe Acrobat Reader.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, CD-ROM drive, Adobe Acrobat. Also suitable for Macintosh or Unix operating systems.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1825/6 Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield Pigot's Directory CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - An unusual Pigot's classified trade directory, that covers 6 major manufacturing towns in England (Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield).<BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. Information about the towns and villages within the county. Its inhabitants by name and address, together with their occupations. A wealth of information and a snapshot in time. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, or Apple Mac, CD-ROM drive<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1830 Blount Co., TN ( Tnblo830 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1830 Campbell Co., TN ( Tncam830 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1830 CENSUS OF ARKANSAS Mrs. L. E. Presley Southern Historical Press 0893087505 BRAND NEW Softcover Publisher List Price= $20 $18.45
1830 Census Tennessee - East Sistler, Bryon and Barbara Sistler & Associates BRAND NEW Hardcover $33.00
1830 Census Tennessee - East Sistler, Bryon and Barbara Sistler & Associates BRAND NEW Hardcover $33.00
1830 Census Tennessee - Middle Sistler, Bryon and Barbara Sistler & Associates BRAND NEW Hardcover $36.00
1830 Census Tennessee - West Sistler, Bryon and Barbara Sistler & Associates BRAND NEW Hardcover $34.00
1830 Hawkins Co., TN ( TNhaw830 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1830 Knox Co., TN ( Tnkno830 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1830 Marion County, Tennessee Census Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 1830 Bledsoe County Census is recorded along with the 1830 Marion Census since both counties constitute the Sequatchie Valley records for 1830. The information given here shows the head of the house hold and the ages of those living in the $7.45
1830 McMinn Co., TN ( TNmcm830 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1830 Sevier Co., TN ( Tnse830 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1831 Edinburgh Almanac - Universal Scots and Imperial Register CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - A fabulous and very comprehensive Almanack. There is a great deal of information here, not just for Edinburgh but for the whole of Great Britain, Ireland and beyond. <BR/><BR/>From the title page: 'Containing a correct calendar on an improved scheme; Sovereign and States of Europe, Peerage of Great Britain and Ireland, Officers of State & House of Commons, Army, Navy and East India Lists, Assesed taxes and Stamp Duties, Freeholders of Scotland, Courts of law & Public Offices, Universities & Societies, Established & Dissenting Clergy, Fairs & Fair Prices'<BR/> <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original books. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, CD-ROM drive, or Apple Macintosh.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $29.85
1832 Penny Magazine CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Penny Magazine was published weekly by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. A collection of hundreds of fascinating and informative illustrated articles with a very wide range of topics, both for Great Britain and various other parts of the world. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT (or better), or Apple Macintosh, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1833 Penny Magazine CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Penny Magazine was published weekly by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. A collection of hundreds of fascinating and informative illustrated articles with a very wide range of topics, both for Great Britain and various other parts of the world. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT (or better), or Apple Macintosh, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1834 Dearden's History, Directory & Topography of Nottingham W. Dearden CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - A very rare specialised publication relating to the town of Nottingham and its adjacent villages, including its history, geography and facilities in 1834 including schools, places of worship, carriers and postal services, etc., together with an alphabetical listing of people with trades, plus gentry, etc., and a complete classified trades directory.<BR/><BR/>Also included is a fascinating street map of the town as it was in 1834. At this date, the town ends on Derby Road just short of what is now Canning Circus, where there are two windmills, and this map also shows the positions of the twelve windmills on what is now The Forest. The Nottingham canal has been built, but there are no houses south of Canal Street, just open meadows. To the East, a new development of houses is just starting off Carlton Road.<BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. A wealth of information and a snapshot in time. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>This CD book has been formatted to be searchable using Adobe Acrobat Reader.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, CD-ROM drive, Adobe Acrobat. Also suitable for Macintosh or Unix operating systems.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1834 Penny Magazine CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Penny Magazine was published weekly by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. A collection of hundreds of fascinating and informative illustrated articles with a very wide range of topics, both for Great Britain and various other parts of the world. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT (or better), or Apple Macintosh, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1834 Pigots Directory of Chester CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - An early directory containing descriptions of the larger towns and villages in the county. It contains the names and trades of residents, listing everyone from Bricklayers to Bankers. Set out in alphabetical order and fully searchable this is an easy way to find ancestors and to discover more about their lives. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>This CD book has been formatted to be searchable using Adobe Acrobat Reader.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, CD-ROM drive, Adobe Acrobat. Also suitable for Macintosh or Unix operating systems.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1834 Pigots Directory of Cumberland and Westmoreland CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - An early directory containing descriptions of the larger towns and villages in the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland. It contains the names and trades of residents, listing everyone from Bricklayers to Bankers. Set out in alphabetical order and fully searchable this is an easy way to find ancestors and to discover more about their lives. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>This CD book has been formatted to be searchable using Adobe Acrobat Reader.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, CD-ROM drive, Adobe Acrobat. Also suitable for Macintosh or Unix operating systems.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1834 Pigots Directory of Lancashire CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - An early directory containing descriptions of the larger towns and villages in the county. It contains the names and trades of residents, listing everyone from Bricklayers to Bankers. Set out in alphabetical order and fully searchable this is an easy way to find ancestors and to discover more about their lives. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>This CD book has been formatted to be searchable using Adobe Acrobat Reader.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, CD-ROM drive, Adobe Acrobat. Also suitable for Macintosh or Unix operating systems.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1834 Pigots Directory of Yorkshire CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - An early directory containing descriptions of the larger towns and villages in the county. It contains the names and trades of residents, listing everyone from Bricklayers to Bankers. Set out in alphabetical order and fully searchable this is an easy way to find ancestors and to discover more about their lives. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>This CD book has been formatted to be searchable using Adobe Acrobat Reader.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, CD-ROM drive, Adobe Acrobat. Also suitable for Macintosh or Unix operating systems.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1834 State Census of Lumpkin County, Georgia Ingmire, Frances Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 9 pgs. - This is a listing of those white families living in Lumpkin between 19 February 1834 and 22 March 1934. This is a State Census and differs from the Federal Census of 1830 or 1840. There were 4393 persons counted. The names of the head $5.00
1835 Penny Magazine CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Penny Magazine was published weekly by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. A collection of hundreds of fascinating and informative illustrated articles with a very wide range of topics, both for Great Britain and various other parts of the world. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT (or better), or Apple Macintosh, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1836 Anderson County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 41 page book gives a map and description of the 1836 Civil Districts of Anderson County as well as the 1839 Tax List. By using the Districts, you can narrow the search within the county for your ancestry. Full name index. $8.00
1836 Bledsoe County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 40 page book gives the map and descriptions of each of the 10 Civil Districts in the county with the 1837-1839 Tax List for the county. $8.00
1836 Bradley County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 40 page book details the 1836 Civil District map and descriptions of each of the districts as well as the 1836-1839 tax lists showing the area where people lived. Full name index. $12.45
1836 Campbell County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 34 page book includes the map of the county with descriptions of those districts in 1836 when the State Legislature established them as well as the 1838 - 1839 tax list. Full name index. $9.95
1836 Carter County CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 33 page book details the 1836 map of the civil districts, the descriptions given the State Legislature for these civil districts as well as the 1796-1800 tax lists for Carter County. Full name index. $9.95
1836 Claiborne County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 39 page book details the 1836 map of the Civil Districts and their description returned to the State Legislature. It also includes the 1833 enumeration of Free Males of the county as well as the 1839 Tax List. Full name index. $9.95
1836 Cocke County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 20 page book includes the 1836 map of the Civil Districts and their descriptions as returned to the State Legislature as well as the 1839 Tax List. Full name index. $8.00
1836 Giles County, Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax List Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 41 pages - full name index - When Giles County was created in 1809 it was named in for Governor William B. Giles of Virginia who had championed the statehood of Tennessee in 1796. In December 1835, the Tennessee Legislature ordered all counties $9.95
1836 Grainger County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 28 page book shows the 15 Civil Districts of Grainger County on a map plus the descriptions of them as presented to the State Legislature. The 1836 Tax List is also given. Full name index. $9.95
1836 Greene County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 40 page book includes a map of the 1836 Civil Districts and their description as returned to the State Legislature. A Tax List from 1836 is also given. Full name index. $9.95
1836 Hamilton County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 24 page book includes a map of the 1836 Civil Districts and their description as returned to the State Legislature. A Tax List from 1836-1837 is also given. Full name index. $9.95
1836 Hawkins County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 38 page book details the 1836 map and descriptions of the Civil Districts as requested by the State Legislature. The 1836 Tax List is also given. Full name index. $9.95
1836 Haywood Co. , TN CIVIL Districts & Tax List Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - In 1835, Tennessee required all counties to be divided into Civil Districts for the purpose of collecting taxes, taking the census, building schools and elections. The 1836 Tax Listing was the first in the new system and therefore, tells in whi $9.95
1836 Jackson County, Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 52 pgs - full name index - perfect bound - In 1835 Tennessee ordered all counties to be laid off into Civil District for the purpose of tax collection, elections, school districts, justice of the peace and many other reasons. This is the first $14.95
1836 Jefferson County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 33 page book details the 1836 map and descriptions of the Civil Districts as requested by the State Legislature. The 1836 Tax List is also given. Full name index. $9.95
1836 Knox County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 40 page book details the 1836 map and descriptions of the Civil Districts as requested by the State Legislature. The 1836 Tax List is also given. Full name index. $9.95
1836 Lincoln County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 58 page book details the 1836 map and descriptions of the Civil Districts as requested by the State Legislature. The 1836 Tax List is also given. Full name index. $12.45
1836 Overton County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - The 1836 Civil Districts were established for the first time and then the same area was used for the election of Justices, schools and tax purposes. Contains a 1836 map of the county and describes the tax listing per Civil District with acres o $9.95
1836 Penny Magazine CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Penny Magazine was published weekly by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. A collection of hundreds of fascinating and informative illustrated articles with a very wide range of topics, both for Great Britain and various other parts of the world. This CD can be viewed by any computer usingAdobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT (or better), or Apple Macintosh, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1836 Robertson County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - This 46 page book details how the county was divided into Districts for Tax purposes in 1835 and this is the first tax listing via those Districts thus giving clues to residence of individuals. $9.95
1836 Tipton County Tennessee CIVIL Districts and Tax Lists Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - The 1836 Civil Districts were established for the first time and then the same area was used for the election of Justices, schools and tax purposes. This places a person within a smaller area of the county for closer research. Indexed. $9.95
1837 Penny Magazine CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Penny Magazine was published weekly by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. A collection of hundreds of fascinating and informative illustrated articles with a very wide range of topics, both for Great Britain and various other parts of the world. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT (or better), or Apple Macintosh, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1837 Rebellion Losses (Canada): Claimants for Damages, 1849 Canadian Government CD Archive Canada 9781897405277 BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Here is a very rare and useful piece of data. As a by-product of the 1837 Rebellion (or Troubles - depending on your point of view) a number of early Canadians made claims for compensation for losses of property, business and in some cases physical capabilities (i.e., personal injuries.) These claims were made against the administration of Canada and as Canada was still a "Crown Colony" they ended up in front of the British House of Commons for consideration. This document then is an, "…Appendix to the First Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the Losses occasioned by the Troubles in Canada …" and "Ordered … to be printed 6 June 1849." It consists of 42 close printed pages. Obviously the only claims being considered were those made by supporters of the administrations side of the rebellion so almost all of the 2176 claimants are residents of Lower Canada (Quebec.) The appendix is formatted as a list giving the claimants name and place of residence, the details of the claim as presented to a former and the present commission, the date of the "injury" and, in some cases, "remarks" concerning the claim. Fully computer searchable and enhanced with FastFind technology, the researcher will be able to find out if their subject was a victim of "The Troubles" and if so what value of losses they sustained and in some cases, even the details of the loss. $19.95
1837 Tennessee Volunteers Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - A report of the 25th Congress Document Number 34 in 1837 as a roster of nine county units in Tennessee called up for the Seminole Wars but were not pressed into service. The counties involved are: Jackson, Overton, Anderson, bedford, Warren, Ru $8.45
1838 Penny Magazine CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Penny Magazine was published weekly by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. A collection of hundreds of fascinating and informative illustrated articles with a very wide range of topics, both for Great Britain and various other parts of the world. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT (or better), or Apple Macintosh, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1839 Dekalb County, Tennessee Tax List Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 18 pages - full name index - DeKalb County, created in 1838 is represented here with the first full tax listing taken by the Civil District break down. This division of the county was made by the state in order to hold elections, have school di $8.45
1839 Penny Magazine CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Penny Magazine was published weekly by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. A collection of hundreds of fascinating and informative illustrated articles with a very wide range of topics, both for Great Britain and various other parts of the world. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT (or better), or Apple Macintosh, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1840 Alleghany County, Virginia Census Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 13 pages - full name index - A transcription of the orginal showing the names of the head of the household and the age and gender of those living in that house including the freed colored. From page 2 we find the occupations, personal data and $5.00
1840 Appling County, Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 6 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Augusta County, Virginia Census Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 48 pages - full name index - A transcription of the original census giving most all of the information except the slave records. The names of the head of the household with those living within the house are giving by age groups and gender. If t $14.95
1840 Baldwin County, Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 9 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Bath County, Virginia Census Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 16 pgs. - A full transcription of the 1840 census of Bath County in western Virginia. This edition gives the names of the head of the households with the ages and gender for all living within that house, including the freed colored. From page 2 $6.45
1840 Bibb County, Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 13 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Botetourt County, Virginia Census Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 34 pgs - The 1840 census of any county gives a great deal more information than is usually transcribed. In this transcription, the name of the head of the house hold is given with the age/sex of each of those living within that house are shown $9.95
1840 Bryan County, Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 6 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Bulloch County, Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 7 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Burke County, Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 13 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Butts County, Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 9 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Camden County, Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 7 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Campbell County, Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 6 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Carroll County, Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 12 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Census - Census of Pensioners for Revolutionary & Military Services Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1840 Census - Hawkins Co., TN ( TNhaw840 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1840 Census - Jefferson Co., TN ( Tnjef840 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1840 Census - Johnson Co., TN ( Tnjoh840 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1840 Census - Martin Co., NC ( NCmar840 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1840 Census - Mecklenburg Co., NC ( NCmec840 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1840 Census - Montgomery Co., NC ( NCmon840 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1840 CENSUS OF ARKANSAS Mrs. L. E. Presley Southern Historical Press 0893087513 BRAND NEW Softcover Publisher List Price= $34.95 $33.45
1840 CENSUS OF PENNSYLVANIA PENSIONERS FOR REVOLUTIONARY AND MILITARY SERVICE Closson Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 36pp $10.00
1840 Census Tennessee Sistler, Bryon and Barbara Sistler & Associates BRAND NEW Oversized Comb-Bound Softcover - 600 pp $95.00
1840 Clarke County, Virginia Census Douthat, James L. Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 17 pages - full name index - This volume contains a transcription of the 1840 census of the county and includes the second page of that census which contains personal information i. E. Occupations, deaf, blind, pensioners in the American Revolu $5.00
1840 Crawford County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 11 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Dade County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 6 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Decatur County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 10 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Dekalb County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 19 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Dooly County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 9 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Early County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 9 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Effingham County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 6 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Elbert County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 15 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Emanuel County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 7 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Fayette County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 12 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Floyd County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 8 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Forsyth County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 12 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Franklin County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 18 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Gilmer County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 7 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Glynn County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 4 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Greene County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 11 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Gwinnett County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 18 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Habersham County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 16 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Habersham County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 16 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Hall County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 15 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Hancock County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 10 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Harris County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 17 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Henry County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 19 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Houston County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 12 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Irwin County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 6 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Jackson County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 14 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Jasper County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 13 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Jefferson County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 9 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Jones County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 12 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Laurens County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 9 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Lee County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 8 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Liberty County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 6 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Lincoln County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 8 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Lowndes County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 10 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Lumpkin County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 13 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Macon County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 9 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Madison County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 9 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Marion County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 10 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 McIntosh County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 6 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Monroe County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 18 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Montgomery County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 5 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Morgan County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 10 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Murray County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 9 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Muscogee County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 16 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Newton County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 18 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Nottingham Orange's Directory CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - A fabulous classified Trades Directory of Nottingham, accompanied by a general almanack. A very rare resorce indeed.<BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. A wealth of information and a snapshot in time. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, CD-ROM drive, Adobe Acrobat. Also suitable for Macintosh or Unix operating systems.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1840 Oglethorpe County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 12 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Paulding County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 6 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Penny Magazine CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Penny Magazine was published weekly by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. A collection of hundreds of fascinating and informative illustrated articles with a very wide range of topics, both for Great Britain and various other parts of the world. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT (or better), or Apple Macintosh, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1840 Pike County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 15 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Pulaski County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 8 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Putnam County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 10 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Rabun County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 6 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Randolph County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 13 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Richmond County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 18 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Screven County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 7 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Sevier Co. , Tn Census David H. Templin & Cherel B. Henderson Mountain Press BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 48 pgs - The names of the heads of household are given with the age/sex of the other perosns living in the house are given with no names. $13.45
1840 Stewart County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 18 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Sumter County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 11 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Talbot County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 19 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Taliaferro County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 8 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Tattnall County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 6 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Thomas County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 10 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 TO 1850 FEDERAL CENSUS: TAZEWELL COUNTY, VIRGINIA McIntosh, Francis W. / Jourdan, Elise Greenup Heritage Books 1585494100 BRAND NEW Oversized Softcover - 198pp - Index Publisher List Price= $27 $24.95
1840 Troup County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 19 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $8.00
1840 Twiggs County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 11 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $10.00
1840 Union County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 8 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Upson County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 14 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Walker County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 13 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Walton County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 15 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.45
1840 Ware County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 6 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Warren County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 13 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Washington County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 14 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Wayne County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 4 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Wilkes County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 10 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840 Wilkinson County Georgia Census Index Mountain Press BRAND NEW Softcover 13 pgs. - The listing of the 1840 census gives the alphabetical listing of the heads of households. Since these are the only names given in this census, this is a great index to those families in the county. $5.00
1840/1 Bentley's Directory - Worcestershire CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Here we have seven volumes on one CD, the volumes were published in 1840 and 1841, and then in 1841 also issued combined into two leather bound books, which cover the whole county of Worcestershire. The volumes contain tens of thousands of names, addresses, trades and occupations, and a comprehensive description of every place in the county and its history. Bear in mind that directories such as this do not include just businesses, but anyone with a trade. So that includes normal people such as gardeners, dress makers, chimney sweeps, and so on. In addition, we have a large hand coloured full county map of Worcestershire of 1840 - and also superbly detailed street maps of Dudley and Worcester - a great rarity in old directories, as the maps have usually been removed. That's not all. There are dozens of pages of the most delightful trade advertisements, beautifully and finely engraved.<BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, or Apple Mac, CD-ROM drive<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $29.85
1841 Cambridgeshire Census CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Cambridgeshire 1841 Census comes on 4 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as it is higher quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which do not necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/063-070):<BR/> Abington in the Clay, Abington Pigotts, Ashley cum Silverley, Babraham, Bartlow, Bassingbourn, Bourn, Boxworth, Caldecote, Cambridge County Gaol, Castle Camps, Caxton, Caxton Union Workhouse, Cherry Hinton, Chesterton, Chevely, Childerley, Conington, Cottenham, Crodon cum Claptom, Croxton, Dry Drayton, East Hatley, Elsworth, Eltisley, Fen Ditton, Fen Drayton, Fulbourne, Gamlingay, Girton, Graveley, Great Abington, Great Eversden, Guilden Morden, Hardwick, Hatley St George, Hildersham, Histon, Horningsea, Horsehetah, Impington, Kingston, Kirtling, Knapwell, Landbeach, Linton, Linton Union Workhouse, Litlington, Little Abington, Little Eversden, Little Gransden, Lolworth, Long Stanton All Saints, Long Stanton St Michael, Long Stowe, Madingley, Melbourn, Meldreth, Milton, Newmarket All Saints, Oakington, Over, Pampisford, Papworth St Agnes, Papworth St Everard, Rampton, Royston, Royston Union Workhouse, Shingay, Shudy Camps, Steeple Morden, Swavesey, Tadlow, Teversham, Toft, Waterbeach, Wendy, West Wickham, Whaddon, Willingham, Wood Ditton <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/071-077):<BR/> Arrington, Balsham, Barrington, Barton, Bottisham, Brinkley, Burrough Green, Burwell, Carlton cum Willingham, Chippenham, Comberton, Coton, Downham, Dullingham, Duxford, Fordham, Foulmire, Foxton, Grantchester, Great Shelford, Great Wilbraham, Harlton, Harston, Haslingfield, Hauxton, Hunxton, Ickleton, Isleham, Kennett, Landwade, Little Shelford, Little Wilbraham, Littleport, Newton, Orwell, Sawston, Shepreth, Snailwell, Soham, Stapleford, Stetchwoth, Stow cum Quy, Swaffham Bulbeck, Swaffham Prior, Thriplow, Trumpington, West Wratting, Westley Waterless, Weston Colville, Whittlesford, Wicken, Wimpole<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/078-083):<BR/> Benwick, Chatteris, Coveny, Doddington, Elm, Haddenham, Leverington, Mepal, Newton, North Witchford Union Workhouse, Outwell, Parson Drove, Strtham, Sutton, Thorney, Thorney Abbey Union Workhouse, Tydd St Giles, Upwell, Welney, Whittlesey, Whittlesey Union Workhouse, Wimblington, Wisbech House of Correction, Wisbech St Mary, Wisbech St Peter, Wisbech Union Workhouse<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/084-088):<BR/> Cambridge - Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge - All Saints, Cambridge - Borough Gaol, Cambridge - Holy Sepulchre, Cambridge - Holy Trinity, Cambridge - St Andrew the Great, Cambridge - St Andrew the Les, Cambridge - St Benedict, Cambridge - St Botolph, Cambridge - St Clement, Cambridge - St Edward, Cambridge - St Giles, Cambridge - St Mary the Great, Cambridge - St Mary the Less, Cambridge - St Michael, Cambridge - St Peter, Cambridge - Union Workhouse, Cambridge - University Colleges, Ely House of Correction, Ely St Mary, Ely Trinity, Ely Union Workhouse, Welches Dam, Wentworth, Wickham West, Wilburton, Witcham, Witchford<BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $32.85
1841 Cambridgeshire Census CD1 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Cambridgeshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/063-070, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered bythis set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/063-070):<BR/> Abington in the Clay, Abington Pigotts, Ashley cum Silverley, Babraham, Bartlow, Bassingbourn, Bourn, Boxworth, Caldecote, Cambridge County Gaol, Castle Camps, Caxton, Caxton Union Workhouse, Cherry Hinton, Chesterton, Chevely, Childerley, Conington, Cottenham, Crodon cum Claptom, Croxton, Dry Drayton, East Hatley, Elsworth, Eltisley, Fen Ditton, Fen Drayton, Fulbourne, Gamlingay, Girton, Graveley, Great Abington, Great Eversden, Guilden Morden, Hardwick, Hatley St George, Hildersham, Histon, Horningsea, Horsehetah, Impington, Kingston, Kirtling, Knapwell, Landbeach, Linton, Linton Union Workhouse, Litlington, Little Abington, Little Eversden, Little Gransden, Lolworth, Long Stanton All Saints, Long Stanton St Michael, Long Stowe, Madingley, Melbourn, Meldreth, Milton, Newmarket All Saints, Oakington, Over, Pampisford, Papworth St Agnes, Papworth St Everard, Rampton, Royston, Royston Union Workhouse, Shingay, Shudy Camps, Steeple Morden, Swavesey, Tadlow, Teversham, Toft, Waterbeach, Wendy, West Wickham, Whaddon, Willingham, Wood Ditton<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Cambridgeshire Census CD2 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Cambridgeshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/071-077, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/071-077):<BR/> Arrington, Balsham, Barrington, Barton, Bottisham, Brinkley, Burrough Green, Burwell, Carlton cum Willingham, Chippenham, Comberton, Coton, Downham, Dullingham, Duxford, Fordham, Foulmire, Foxton, Grantchester, Great Shelford, Great Wilbraham, Harlton, Harston, Haslingfield, Hauxton, Hunxton, Ickleton, Isleham, Kennett, Landwade, Little Shelford, Little Wilbraham, Littleport, Newton, Orwell, Sawston, Shepreth, Snailwell, Soham, Stapleford, Stetchwoth, Stow cum Quy, Swaffham Bulbeck, Swaffham Prior, Thriplow, Trumpington, West Wratting, Westley Waterless, Weston Colville, Whittlesford, Wicken, Wimpole<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Cambridgeshire Census CD3 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Cambridgeshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/078-083, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very highquality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/078-083):<BR/> Benwick, Chatteris, Coveny, Doddington, Elm, Haddenham, Leverington, Mepal, Newton, North Witchford Union Workhouse, Outwell, Parson Drove, Strtham, Sutton, Thorney, Thorney Abbey Union Workhouse, Tydd St Giles, Upwell, Welney, Whittlesey, Whittlesey Union Workhouse, Wimblington, Wisbech House of Correction, Wisbech St Mary, Wisbech St Peter, Wisbech Union Workhouse<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Cambridgeshire Census CD4 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Cambridgeshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/084-088, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/084-088):<BR/> Cambridge - Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge - All Saints, Cambridge - Borough Gaol, Cambridge - Holy Sepulchre, Cambridge - Holy Trinity, Cambridge - St Andrew the Great, Cambridge - St Andrew the Les, Cambridge - St Benedict, Cambridge - St Botolph, Cambridge - St Clement, Cambridge - St Edward, Cambridge - St Giles, Cambridge - St Mary the Great, Cambridge - St Mary the Less, Cambridge - St Michael, Cambridge - St Peter, Cambridge - Union Workhouse, Cambridge - University Colleges, Ely House of Correction, Ely St Mary, Ely Trinity, Ely Union Workhouse, Welches Dam, Wentworth, Wickham West, Wilburton, Witcham, Witchford<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Cornwall Census CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This set includes a complete name index, kindly provided to us by the Cornwall Family History Society.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $58.85
1841 Derbyshire Census (H107/0179-0199) CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Derbyshire 1841 Census comes on 8 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as it is higher quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which do not necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/179-182):<BR/> Ashbourne - Hulland and Hulland Ward, Ashbourne - Hulland Ward Intakes, Ashbourne - Sturston, Ashbourne - Yeldersley, Barrow upon Trent - Simfin and Arlestone, Barrow upon Trent - Twyford and Stenson, Barton Blount, Belper Union Workhouse, Boylstone, Bradbourne - Atlow, Bradley, Brailsford - Ednaston, Breadsall, Chaddesden, Church Broughton, Cubley, Dalbury and Lees, Doveridge, Duffield, Duffield - Belper, Duffield - Hazlewood, Duffield - Heage, Duffield - Holbrook, Duffield - Milford, Duffield - Shottle and Postern, Duffield - Turnditch, Duffield - Windley, Edlaston, Etwall, Etwall - Bearwardcote, Etwall - Burnaston, Kedleston, Kirk Hallam - Mapperley, Longford, Longford - Alkmonton, Longford - Hollington, Longford - Hungry Bentley, Longford - Nether Thurvaston, Longford - Rodsley, Marsh upon Dove, Marston Montgomery, Marston upon Dove - Hatton, Marston upon Dove - Hilton, Marston upon Dove - Hoon, Mugginton, Mugginton - Mercaston, Mugginton - Ravensdale Park, Norbury Roston, Osmaston, Radbourne, Scropton, Shirley, Shirley - Stydd, Shirley - Yeaveley, Snelston, Somersall Herbert, Spondon, Spondon - Stanley, Sudbury, Sutton on the Hill, Sutton on the Hill - Ash, Sutton on the Hill - Osleston and Thurvaston, Trusley, Wirksworth - Alderwasley, Wirksworth - Ashleyhay, Wirksworth - Biggin, Wirksworth - Ideridgehay and Allton <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/183-185):<BR/> Ashford, Bakewell, Baslow, Beeley, Blackwell, Brushfield, Bubrell, Buxton, Calver, Castleton, Chapel en le Frith - Bowden Edge, Chapel en le Frith - Bradshaw Edge, Chapel en le Frith - Coombs Edge, Chapel en le Frith Union Workhouse, Chelmorton, Curbar, Darley, Edale, Edensor - Pilsey, Edensor and Chatsworth, Eyam, Eyam - Foolow, Eyam - Woodland Eyam, Flagg, Froggatt, Gaol in the Court Baron, Glossop, Glossop - Beard, Glossop - Charlesworth, Glossop - Chinley and Bugsworth and Brownside, Glossop - Chisworth, Glossop - Chunall, Glossop - Dinting, Glossop - Hadfield, Glossop - Hayfield, Glossop - Ludworth, Glossop - Mellor, Glossop - Ollersett, Glossop - Padfield, Glossop - Simmondley, Glossop - Thornsett, Glossop - Whitfield, Glossop - Whittle, Glossop Union Workhouse, Great Longstone, Great Rowsley and Alport, Harthill, Hassop, Hayfield Union Workhouse, Little Longstone, Monyash, Over Haddon, Rowland, Sheldon, Taddington and Priestcliff, Wardlow <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/186-188):<BR/> Allestree, Aston upon Trent, Barrow upon Trent, Clifton, Codnor Park, Crich, Dale Abbey, Denby, Derby St Alkmund - Darley Abbey, Derby St Alkmund - Little Chester, Derby St Alkmund - Little Eaton, Egginton, Elvaston, Hathersage, Hathersage - Bamford, Hathersage - Danwent, Hathersage - Outseats, Hathersage - Stoney Middleton, Heanor, Heanor - Codnor and Loscoe, Heanor - Shipley, Hope, Hope - Abney, Hope - Aston, Hope - Bradwell, Hope - Brough and Shatton, Hope - Fairfield, Hope - Fernilee, Hope - Great Hucklow, Hope - Grindlow, Hope - Hazlebadge, Hope - Highlow, Hope - Little Hucklow, Hope - Offerton, Hope - Stoke, Hope - Wardlow, Hope - Woodland Hope, Horsley, Horsley - Horsley Woodhouse, Horsley - Kilbourne, Peake Forest, Shardlow Union Workhouse, Tideswell, Tideswell - Litton, Tideswell - Whetstone, Tideswell - Wormhill, West Hallam, Wiln and Shardlow, Wirksworth, Youlgreave, Youlgreave - Birchover, Youlgreave - Gratton, Youlgreave - Stanton, Youlgreave - Winster <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/189-190):<BR/> Alvaston, Boulton, Breaston, Derby St Peter - Litchurch, Derby Union Workhouse, Draycott, Findern, Hopwell, Ilkeston, Kirk Hallam, Kirk Langley and Meynell Langley, Littleover, Long Eaton, Mackworth, Mackworth - Markeaton, Mickleover, Muggington - Weston under Wood, Ockbrook, Pentrich, Pentrich - Ripley, Quarndon, Risley, Sandiacre, Sawley, Smalley, Stanton by Dale, Weston upon Trent, Willington, Wilne <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/191-193):<BR/> Alfreton, Appleby, Ashover, Ault Hucknall, Barlborough, Beighton, Blackwell, Bolsover, Bolsover - Glapwell, Brampton, Brampton - Cutthorpe, Burton upon Trent - Winshill, Calke, Chellaston, Church Gresley, Church Gresley - Donisthorpe, Church Gresley - Drakelow, Church Gresley - Linton, Church Gresley - Oakthorpe, Church Gresley - Swadlincote, Clifton Campville - Chilcote, Croxhall - Catton, Derby Hills, Foremark, Foremark - Ingleby, Hartshorn, Hartshorn Endowed School, Lullington, Lullington - Coton in the Elmes, Measham, Melbourne, Newton Solney, Normanton, Norton, Osmaston, Packington, Ravenstone, Ravenstone Hospital, Repton, Repton - Bretby, Rosliston, Smisby, Stanton by Bridge, Stapenhill, Stapenhill - Cauldwell, Stapenhill - Stanton and Newhall, Stretton en le Field, Swarkeston, Ticknall, Willesley <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/194-196): <BR/> Chesterfield, Chesterfield - Brimington, Chesterfield - Calow, Chesterfield - Hasland, Chesterfield - Newbold and Dunston, Chesterfield - Tapton, Chesterfield - Temple Normanton, Chesterfield - Walton, Chesterfield Union Workhouse, Clowne, Crich - Wessington, Dronfield, Dronfield - Coal Aston, Dronfield - Dore, Dronfield - Holmesfield, Dronfield - Little Barlow, Dronfield - Totley, Dronfield - Unstone, Eckington, Eckington - Mosborough, Eckington - Renishaw, Eckington - Troway, Elmton, Heath, Killamarsh, Langwith, Morton, Morton - Brackenfield, North Wingfield, North Wingfield - Clay Lane, North Wingfield - Pilsley, North Wingfield - Stretton, North Wingfield - Tupton, North Wingfield - Woodthorp, Norton, Pinxton, Pleasley, Scarcliff, Shirland, South Normanton, South Wingfield, Staveley, Staveley - Great Barlow, Sutton cum Duckmanton, Tibshelf, Whittington, Whitwell, Wingerworth <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/197-198): <BR/> Ashborne, Ashborne - Alsop le Dale and Eaton, Ashborne - Newton Grange, Ashborne - Offcote and Underwood, Ashborne Workhouse, Ashover, Bonsall, Bradbourne, Bradbourne - Aldwark, Bradbourne - Ballidon, Bradbourne - Brassington, Bradbourne - Lea Hall, Brassington Workhouse, Carsington, Crich - Tansley, Darley - Wensley and Snitterton, Fenny Bentley, Griff Grange, Hartington, Hognaston, Kirk Ireton, Kirk Ireton - Ireton Wood, Kniveton, Mappleton, Matlock, Parwich, Thorpe, Tissington, Wirksworth, Wirksworth - Callow, Wirksworth - Cromford, Wirksworth - Hopton, Wirksworth - Ible, Wirksworth - Middleton, Youlgreave - Elton, Youlgreave - Middleton and Smerril <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/199):<BR/> Derby - All Saints, Derby - St Alkmund, Derby - St Michael, Derby - St Peter, Derby - St Werburgh, Derby County Gaol, Derby Lunatic Asylum <BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $58.85
1841 Derbyshire Census CD1 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Derbyshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/179-182, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/179-182):<BR/> Ashbourne - Hulland and Hulland Ward, Ashbourne - Hulland Ward Intakes, Ashbourne - Sturston, Ashbourne - Yeldersley, Barrow upon Trent - Simfin and Arlestone, Barrow upon Trent - Twyford and Stenson, Barton Blount, Belper Union Workhouse, Boylstone, Bradbourne - Atlow, Bradley, Brailsford - Ednaston, Breadsall, Chaddesden, Church Broughton, Cubley, Dalbury and Lees, Doveridge, Duffield, Duffield - Belper, Duffield - Hazlewood, Duffield - Heage, Duffield - Holbrook, Duffield - Milford, Duffield - Shottle and Postern, Duffield - Turnditch, Duffield - Windley, Edlaston, Etwall, Etwall - Bearwardcote, Etwall - Burnaston, Kedleston, Kirk Hallam - Mapperley, Longford, Longford - Alkmonton, Longford - Hollington, Longford - Hungry Bentley, Longford - Nether Thurvaston, Longford - Rodsley, Marsh upon Dove, Marston Montgomery, Marston upon Dove - Hatton, Marston upon Dove - Hilton, Marston upon Dove - Hoon, Mugginton, Mugginton - Mercaston, Mugginton - Ravensdale Park, Norbury Roston, Osmaston, Radbourne, Scropton, Shirley, Shirley - Stydd, Shirley - Yeaveley, Snelston, Somersall Herbert, Spondon, Spondon - Stanley, Sudbury, Sutton on the Hill, Sutton on the Hill - Ash, Sutton on the Hill - Osleston and Thurvaston, Trusley, Wirksworth - Alderwasley, Wirksworth - Ashleyhay, Wirksworth - Biggin, Wirksworth - Ideridgehay and Allton <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Derbyshire Census CD2 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Derbyshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/183-185, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/183-185):<BR/> Ashford, Bakewell, Baslow, Beeley, Blackwell, Brushfield, Bubrell, Buxton, Calver, Castleton, Chapel en le Frith - Bowden Edge, Chapel en le Frith - Bradshaw Edge, Chapel en le Frith - Coombs Edge, Chapel en le Frith Union Workhouse, Chelmorton, Curbar, Darley, Edale, Edensor - Pilsey, Edensor and Chatsworth, Eyam, Eyam - Foolow, Eyam - Woodland Eyam, Flagg, Froggatt, Gaol in the Court Baron, Glossop, Glossop - Beard, Glossop - Charlesworth, Glossop - Chinley and Bugsworth and Brownside, Glossop - Chisworth, Glossop - Chunall, Glossop - Dinting, Glossop - Hadfield, Glossop - Hayfield, Glossop - Ludworth, Glossop - Mellor, Glossop - Ollersett, Glossop - Padfield, Glossop - Simmondley, Glossop - Thornsett, Glossop - Whitfield, Glossop - Whittle, Glossop Union Workhouse, Great Longstone, Great Rowsley and Alport, Harthill, Hassop, Hayfield Union Workhouse, Little Longstone, Monyash, Over Haddon, Rowland, Sheldon, Taddington and Priestcliff, Wardlow <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Derbyshire Census CD3 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Derbyshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/186-188, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/186-188):<BR/> Allestree, Aston upon Trent, Barrow upon Trent, Clifton, Codnor Park, Crich, Dale Abbey, Denby, Derby St Alkmund - Darley Abbey, Derby St Alkmund - Little Chester, Derby St Alkmund - Little Eaton, Egginton, Elvaston, Hathersage, Hathersage - Bamford, Hathersage - Danwent, Hathersage - Outseats, Hathersage - Stoney Middleton, Heanor, Heanor - Codnor and Loscoe, Heanor - Shipley, Hope, Hope - Abney, Hope - Aston, Hope - Bradwell, Hope - Brough and Shatton, Hope - Fairfield, Hope - Fernilee, Hope - Great Hucklow, Hope - Grindlow, Hope - Hazlebadge, Hope - Highlow, Hope - Little Hucklow, Hope - Offerton, Hope - Stoke, Hope - Wardlow, Hope - Woodland Hope, Horsley, Horsley - Horsley Woodhouse, Horsley - Kilbourne, Peake Forest, Shardlow Union Workhouse, Tideswell, Tideswell - Litton, Tideswell - Whetstone, Tideswell - Wormhill, West Hallam, Wiln and Shardlow, Wirksworth, Youlgreave, Youlgreave - Birchover, Youlgreave - Gratton, Youlgreave - Stanton, Youlgreave - Winster<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Derbyshire Census CD4 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Derbyshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/189-190, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/189-190):<BR/> Alvaston, Boulton, Breaston, Derby St Peter - Litchurch, Derby Union Workhouse, Draycott, Findern, Hopwell, Ilkeston, Kirk Hallam, Kirk Langley and Meynell Langley, Littleover, Long Eaton, Mackworth, Mackworth - Markeaton, Mickleover, Muggington - Weston under Wood, Ockbrook, Pentrich, Pentrich - Ripley, Quarndon, Risley, Sandiacre, Sawley, Smalley, Stanton by Dale, Weston upon Trent, Willington, Wilne <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Derbyshire Census CD5 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Derbyshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/191-193, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/191-193):<BR/> Alfreton, Appleby, Ashover, Ault Hucknall, Barlborough, Beighton, Blackwell, Bolsover, Bolsover - Glapwell, Brampton, Brampton - Cutthorpe, Burton upon Trent - Winshill, Calke, Chellaston, Church Gresley, Church Gresley - Donisthorpe, Church Gresley - Drakelow, Church Gresley - Linton, Church Gresley - Oakthorpe, Church Gresley - Swadlincote, Clifton Campville - Chilcote, Croxhall - Catton, Derby Hills, Foremark, Foremark - Ingleby, Hartshorn, Hartshorn Endowed School, Lullington, Lullington - Coton in the Elmes, Measham, Melbourne, Newton Solney, Normanton, Norton, Osmaston, Packington, Ravenstone, Ravenstone Hospital, Repton, Repton - Bretby, Rosliston, Smisby, Stanton by Bridge, Stapenhill, Stapenhill - Cauldwell, Stapenhill - Stanton and Newhall, Stretton en le Field, Swarkeston, Ticknall, Willesley <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Derbyshire Census CD6 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Derbyshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/194-196, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/194-196):<BR/> Chesterfield, Chesterfield - Brimington, Chesterfield - Calow, Chesterfield - Hasland, Chesterfield - Newbold and Dunston, Chesterfield - Tapton, Chesterfield - Temple Normanton, Chesterfield - Walton, Chesterfield Union Workhouse, Clowne, Crich - Wessington, Dronfield, Dronfield - Coal Aston, Dronfield - Dore, Dronfield - Holmesfield, Dronfield - Little Barlow, Dronfield - Totley, Dronfield - Unstone, Eckington, Eckington - Mosborough, Eckington - Renishaw, Eckington - Troway, Elmton, Heath, Killamarsh, Langwith, Morton, Morton - Brackenfield, North Wingfield, North Wingfield - Clay Lane, North Wingfield - Pilsley, North Wingfield - Stretton, North Wingfield - Tupton, North Wingfield - Woodthorp, Norton, Pinxton, Pleasley, Scarcliff, Shirland, South Normanton, South Wingfield, Staveley, Staveley - Great Barlow, Sutton cum Duckmanton, Tibshelf, Whittington, Whitwell, Wingerworth <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Derbyshire Census CD7 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Derbyshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/197-198, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/197-198):<BR/> Ashborne, Ashborne - Alsop le Dale and Eaton, Ashborne - Newton Grange, Ashborne - Offcote and Underwood, Ashborne Workhouse, Ashover, Bonsall, Bradbourne, Bradbourne - Aldwark, Bradbourne - Ballidon, Bradbourne - Brassington, Bradbourne - Lea Hall, Brassington Workhouse, Carsington, Crich - Tansley, Darley - Wensley and Snitterton, Fenny Bentley, Griff Grange, Hartington, Hognaston, Kirk Ireton, Kirk Ireton - Ireton Wood, Kniveton, Mappleton, Matlock, Parwich, Thorpe, Tissington, Wirksworth, Wirksworth - Callow, Wirksworth - Cromford, Wirksworth - Hopton, Wirksworth - Ible, Wirksworth - Middleton, Youlgreave - Elton, Youlgreave - Middleton and Smerril <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Derbyshire Census CD8 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Derbyshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/199, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/199):<BR/> Derby - All Saints, Derby - St Alkmund, Derby - St Michael, Derby - St Peter, Derby - St Werburgh, Derby County Gaol, Derby Lunatic Asylum <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD1 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/200-204, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/200-204):<BR/> Ashford, Axminster, Axmouth, Bampton, Barnstaple, Berrynarbor, Bittadon, Bratton Fleming, Burlescombe, Clayhanger, Combe Martin, Combe Rawleigh, Combpyne, East Buckland, East Down, Filleigh, Georgeham, Goodleigh, Heanton Punchardon, Hockworthy, Honiton, Holcombe Rogus, Ilfracombe, Kentisbury, Kilmington, Luppitt, Membury, Morebath, Musbury, Rowsdown, Thorncombe, Uffculme, Uplyme, Upottery, West Buckland, West Down, Yarcombe<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD10 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/240-245, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/240-245):<BR/> Abbotsham, Alwington, Appledore - Northam, Arlington, Barracks - Maker Barracks, Beaford, Bere Alston, Bere Ferrers, Bickleigh (near Plymouth), Bideford, Brendon, Buckland Brewer, Buckland Filleigh, Buckland Monachorum, Bulkworthy, Challacombe, Charles, Charles the Martyr, Compton Gifford, Countisbury, East Putford, Egg Buckland, Frithelstock, High Bray, Huish, Iddesleigh, Landcross, Langtree, Little Torrington, Littleham (near Bideford), Loxhore, Lynmouth, Lynton, Maker (Cornwall), Martinhoe, Meavy, Meeth, Merton, Monkleigh, Newton St Petrock, Northam, Parkham, Parracombe, Pennycross, Peter Tavy, Peters Marland, Petrockstowe, Prison - Bideford Gaol and Bridewell, Sampford Spiney, Shebbear, Sheepstor, Sheepwash, Shirwell, St Andrew, St Budeaux, Stibb Cross, Stoke Rivers, Tamerton Foliot, Walkhampton, Wear Gifford, Whitchurch, Workhouse - Bideford<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD11 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/246-252, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/246-252):<BR/> Ashreigney, Atherington, Bondleigh, Bow, Brentor/Brent Tor, Broad Nymet, Brushford, Buckfastleigh, Burrington, Chawleigh, Churchstow, Clannaborough, Coldridge/Coleridge, Dartington, Dean Prior, Diptford, Dolton - North Devon, Dowland, Down St Mary, East Allington, Eggesford, Galmpton (near South Huish), Harbournford, High Bickington, Hollacombe, Holne, Hope, Hope Cove village, Kingsbridge, Lapford, Loddiswell, Malborough, Milton Abbot, Moreleigh, North Huish, North Tawton, Nymet Rowland, Rattery, Salcombe, South Brent, South Huish, South Milton, Tavistock, Thurlestone, Wembworthy, West Alvington, Winkleigh, Woodleigh, Workhouse - Kingsbridge, Workhouse - Tavistock, Zeal Monachorum<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD12 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/253-257, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/253-257):<BR/> Abbots Bickington, Ashburton, Ashbury, Ashwater, Beaworthy, Belstone, Bickington, Black Torrington, Bovey Tracey, Boyton (Cornwall) (part), Bradford, Bradworthy, Bridgerule, Broadwoodkelly, Calverleigh, Chudleigh Knighton, Clawton, Cookbury, Exbourne, Halwill, Hatherleigh, Hennock, Highampton, Highweek, Hollacombe, Holsworthy, Honeychurch, Huntsham, Ideford, Ilsington, Inwardleigh, Jacobstowe, Kingsteignton, Loxbeare/Loxbere, Luffincott, Lustleigh, Manaton, Moretonhampstead, North Bovey, Prison - Tiverton Gaol, St Giles on the Heath, Teigngrace, Tiverton, Uplowman, Workhouse - Tiverton <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD13 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/258-264, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/258-264):<BR/> Alphington, Barracks - Heavitree Artillery - Exeter, Bishops Nympton, Brampford Speke, Bridford, Chagford, Cheldon, Cheriton Bishop, Christow, Chulmleigh, Combeinteignhead, Cowley, Creacombe, Crockernwell, Cruwys Morchard, Drewsteignton, Dunsford, East Ogwell, East Worlington, Exeter - St Martin, Gidleigh, Haccombe, Heavitree, Highley St Mary, Hittisleigh, Holcombe Burnell, Huxham, Kings Nympton, Mariansleigh, Meshaw, Milton Damerell, Monkokehampton, North Lew, North Petherwin, Oakford, Pancrasweek, Pinhoe, Poltimore, Puddington, Pyworthy, Rackenford, Rewe, Ringmore - Shaldon, Romansleigh, Rose Ash, Sampford Courtenay, Shaldon, Sowton, Spreyton, St Leonard, St Nicholas Shaldon, Stoke Canon, Stokeinteignhead, Stoodleigh/Stoodley, Sutcombe, Templeton, Tetcott, Thelbridge, Thornbury, Washford Pyne, Werrington, West Ogwell, West Putford, West Worlington, Whipton, Witheridge, Wonford, Woolfardisworthy - East<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD14 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/265-267, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/265-267):<BR/> Asylum - Bow Hill House, Barracks - Exeter St David Cavalry Barracks, Exeter - Allhallows Goldsmith St., Exeter - Allhallows on the Wall, Exeter - Bedford Precinct, Exeter - Bradninch Precinct, Exeter - Cathedral Yard, Exeter - St David, Exeter - St Edmund, Exeter - St George, Exeter - St John, Exeter - St John's, Exeter - St Kerrian, Exeter - St Lawrence, Exeter - St Mary Arches, Exeter - St Mary Major, Exeter - St Mary Steps, Exeter - St Olave, Exeter - St Pancras, Exeter - St Paul, Exeter - St Peter Cathedral Close, Exeter - St Petrock, Hospital - Blue Maids, Prison - City Prison, Exeter, Prison - D.C. Bridewell & House of Correction, Prison - Devon County Gaol - Exeter, Prison - Sheriffs wing for Devon? - Exeter, South Tawton, St Thomas the Apostle, Tedburn St Mary, Throwleigh, Topsham, Upton Pyne, Whitestone, Workhouse - St Thomas - Exeter<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD15 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/268-270, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for usein your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/268-270):<BR/> Barracks - Citadel - Plymouth, Barracks - Drakes/St Nicholas Island - Plymouth, Barracks - Mill Bay - Plymouth St Andrew, Breakwater Light vessel - Plymouth, Chatham Hulk moored in Sound for Breakwater Lock builders, Eddystone Light house, Exeter - Bedford Circus Chapelry, Exeter - Holy Trinity, Exeter - St Sidwell, Exeter - St Stephen, Hospital - Devon and Exeter, Hospital - South Devon and East Cornwall, Plymouth - St Andrew, Plymouth - St Andrew, Prison - Borough Gaol - St Andrews - Plymouth, Prison - Penetentiary - Exeter, Workhouse - Plymouth St Andrew, Workhouse - St Sidwell - Exeter<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD16 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/271-273, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/271-273):<BR/> Asylum - Stoke Damerel, Barracks - 2 Houses for Officers - Devonport, Barracks - Georges Square - Devonport, Barracks - Granby Barracks - Devonport, Barracks - Mount Wise - Devonport, Clowance Ward, Eddystone Light house, Hospital - Ordance Hospital, Morice Ward, Plymouth - Charles the Martyr, Prison - Devonport Town Hall Prison, Prison - Stirling Castle Convict Hulk moored in H.M. Dockyard - Devonport, St Johns Ward, Workhouse - Stoke Damerell<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD17 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/268-270, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/274-276):<BR/> Barracks - Cumberland Square - Devonport, Barracks - Frederick Square - Devonport, Barracks - Legonier Barracks - Devonport, Barracks - Picquet Barracks - Devonport, Barracks - Royal Marine - East Stonehouse, East Stonehouse, Hospital - East Stonehouse Royal Naval, Hospital - Stoke Military, St Aubyn Ward, Stoke Ward, Workhouse - East Stonehouse<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD2 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/205-211, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/205-211):<BR/> Ashprington, Aylesbeare, Bicton, Blackauton, Broadclist, Buckland tout Saints, Butterleigh, Charleton, Cheriton Fitzpaine, Chivelstone, Clist Honiton, Clist Hydon, Clist St Lawrence, Colaton Raleigh, Cornworthy, Dittisham, Dodbrooke, Dolton, East Budleigh, Farringdon, Gittishamm, Halwell, Harberton, Harpford, Littleham, Lympstone, Marwood, Morthoe, Otterton, Pilton, Poughill, Rockbeare, Salcombe Regis, Shobrooke, Sidbury, Sidmouth, St George Clist, St Mary Clist, Stockleigh Pomeroy, Trentishoe, Upton Hellions, Ven Ottery, Washfield, Whimple, Withycombe Rawleigh, Woodbury<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD3 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/212-217, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/212-217):<BR/> Aveton Gifford, Beer, Bigbury, Branscombe, Bridgetown, Chillington, Colebrooke, Colyford, Colyton, Cornwood, Cotleigh, Crediton, Dartmouth St Petrox, Dartmouth St Saviour, Dartmouth Townstall, East Portlemouth, Ermington, Farway, Hallsands, Kennerleigh, Knowle, Monkton, Morchard Bishop, Newton St Cyres, Offwell, Sandford, Seaton, Sherford, Shute, Slapton, South Pool, Southleigh, Stoke Fleming, Stokenham, Torcross, Totnes, West Prawle, Widworthy, Workhouse - Crediton, Workhouse - Totnes<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD4 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/218-220, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/218-220):<BR/> Ashcombe, Ashton, Bishops Teignton, Chudleigh, Cockwood, Dawlish, Doddiscombsleigh, Dunchideock, East Teignmouth, Exminster, Harford, Holbeton, Ide, Kenn, Kenton, Kingston, Mamhead, Modbury, Newton Ferrers, Powderham, Ringmore, Shillingford St George, Starcross, Torr village, Trusham, Ugborough, West Teignmouth<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD5 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/221-225, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/221-225):<BR/> Alverdiscott, Bickleigh (near Tiverton), Blackborough, Bradninch, Broadhembury, Cadbury, Cadeleigh, Clovelly, Cullompton, Fremington, Great Torrington, Halberton, Hartland, Horwood, Huntshaw, Instow, Kerswell - Broadhembury, Newton Tracey, Roborough (North Devon), Sampford Peverell, St Giles in the Wood, Tawstock, Uplowman, Welcombe, West Leigh, Willand, Woolfardisworthy - West, Workhouse - Great Torrington, Yarnscombe<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD6 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/226-227, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/226-227):<BR/> Abbotskerswell, Berry Pomeroy, Bridgetown, Brixham, Broadhempston, Buckland in the Moor, Churston Ferrers, Cockington, Coffinswell, Denbury, Feniton, Kentisbeare, Netherexe, Payhembury, Plymtree, Rewe, Sheldon, Silverton, Talaton, Thorverton, Up Exe <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD7 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/228-229, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/228-229):<BR/> Clayhidon, Ipplepen, Kingskerswell, Kingswear, Littlehempston, Marldon, Newton Abbot - Wolborough, Paignton, St Marychurch (near Torquay), Staverton, Stoke Gabriel, Torbryan, Tormoham/Tormohun, Torquay - Chapelry of, Widecombe in the Moor, Wolborough, Woodland (near Ipplepen), Workhouse - Newton Abbot<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD8 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/230-233, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/230-233):<BR/> Awliscombe, Bradstone, Bratton Clovelly, Bridestowe, Broadwoodwidger, Buckerell, Churchstanton, Coryton, Culmstock, Dunkeswell, Dunterton, Germansweek, Hemyock, Kelly, Lamerton, Lew Trenchard, Lifton, Lydford, Mary Tavy, Marystowe, Okehampton, Princetown, Prison - Prison of War - Dartmoor, Sourton, Stowford, Sydenham Damerel, Thrushelton, Virginstow, Workhouse - Okehampton<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census CD9 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Devon 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/234-239, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb qualityof the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/234-239):<BR/> Asylum - Plympton Lunatic Asylum, Bishops Tawton, Brixton, Chittlehamholt, Chittlehampton, Colebrook (near Plymouth), East Anstey, George Nympton, Hooe, Knowstone, Landkey, Molland, Newport - Bishops Tawton, North Molton, Orestone, Ottery St Mary, Plympton St Mary, Plympton St Maurice/Plympton Earl, Plymstock, Prison - South Molton Gaol, Revelstoke, Satterleigh, Shaugh Prior, South Molton, Swimbridge, Turnchapel, Twitchen, Warkleigh, Wembury, West Anstey, Workhouse - Plympton, Workhouse - South Molton, Yealmpton<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Devon Census Full County Set CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Devon 1841 Census comes on 17 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as it is higher quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which do not necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/200-204):<BR/>Ashford, Axminster, Axmouth, Bampton, Barnstaple, Berrynarbor, Bittadon, Bratton Fleming, Burlescombe, Clayhanger, Combe Martin, Combe Rawleigh, Combpyne, East Buckland, East Down, Filleigh, Georgeham, Goodleigh, Heanton Punchardon, Hockworthy, Honiton, Holcombe Rogus, Ilfracombe, Kentisbury, Kilmington, Luppitt, Membury, Morebath, Musbury, Rowsdown, Thorncombe, Uffculme, Uplyme, Upottery, West Buckland, West Down, Yarcombe<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/205-211):<BR/>Ashprington, Aylesbeare, Bicton, Blackauton, Broadclist, Buckland tout Saints, Butterleigh, Charleton, Cheriton Fitzpaine, Chivelstone, Clist Honiton, Clist Hydon, Clist St Lawrence, Colaton Raleigh, Cornworthy, Dittisham, Dodbrooke, Dolton, East Budleigh, Farringdon, Gittishamm, Halwell, Harberton, Harpford, Littleham, Lympstone, Marwood, Morthoe, Otterton, Pilton, Poughill, Rockbeare, Salcombe Regis, Shobrooke, Sidbury, Sidmouth, St George Clist, St Mary Clist, Stockleigh Pomeroy, Trentishoe, Upton Hellions, Ven Ottery, Washfield, Whimple, Withycombe Rawleigh, Woodbury<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/212-217):<BR/>Aveton Gifford, Beer, Bigbury, Branscombe, Bridgetown, Chillington, Colebrooke, Colyford, Colyton, Cornwood, Cotleigh, Crediton, Dartmouth St Petrox, Dartmouth St Saviour, Dartmouth Townstall, East Portlemouth, Ermington, Farway, Hallsands, Kennerleigh, Knowle, Monkton, Morchard Bishop, Newton St Cyres, Offwell, Sandford, Seaton, Sherford, Shute, Slapton, South Pool, Southleigh, Stoke Fleming, Stokenham, Torcross, Totnes, West Prawle, Widworthy, Workhouse - Crediton, Workhouse - Totnes<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/218-220):<BR/>Ashcombe, Ashton, Bishops Teignton, Chudleigh, Cockwood, Dawlish, Doddiscombsleigh, Dunchideock, East Teignmouth, Exminster, Harford, Holbeton, Ide, Kenn, Kenton, Kingston, Mamhead, Modbury, Newton Ferrers, Powderham, Ringmore, Shillingford St George, Starcross, Torr village, Trusham, Ugborough, West Teignmouth<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/221-225):<BR/>Alverdiscott, Bickleigh (near Tiverton), Blackborough, Bradninch, Broadhembury, Cadbury, Cadeleigh, Clovelly, Cullompton, Fremington, Great Torrington, Halberton, Hartland, Horwood, Huntshaw, Instow, Kerswell - Broadhembury, Newton Tracey, Roborough (North Devon), Sampford Peverell, St Giles in the Wood, Tawstock, Uplowman, Welcombe, West Leigh, Willand, Woolfardisworthy - West, Workhouse - Great Torrington, Yarnscombe<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/226-227):<BR/> Abbotskerswell, Berry Pomeroy, Bridgetown, Brixham, Broadhempston, Buckland in the Moor, Churston Ferrers, Cockington, Coffinswell, Denbury, Feniton, Kentisbeare, Netherexe, Payhembury, Plymtree, Rewe, Sheldon, Silverton, Talaton, Thorverton, Up Exe<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/228-229):<BR/>Clayhidon, Ipplepen, Kingskerswell, Kingswear, Littlehempston, Marldon, Newton Abbot - Wolborough, Paignton, St Marychurch (near Torquay), Staverton, Stoke Gabriel, Torbryan, Tormoham/Tormohun, Torquay - Chapelry of, Widecombe in the Moor, Wolborough, Woodland (near Ipplepen), Workhouse - Newton Abbot<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/230-233):<BR/>Awliscombe, Bradstone, Bratton Clovelly, Bridestowe, Broadwoodwidger, Buckerell, Churchstanton, Coryton, Culmstock, Dunkeswell, Dunterton, Germansweek, Hemyock, Kelly, Lamerton, Lew Trenchard, Lifton, Lydford, Mary Tavy, Marystowe, Okehampton, Princetown, Prison - Prison of War - Dartmoor, Sourton, Stowford, Sydenham Damerel, Thrushelton, Virginstow, Workhouse - Okehampton<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 9 (HO107/234-239):<BR/>Asylum - Plympton Lunatic Asylum, Bishops Tawton, Brixton, Chittlehamholt, Chittlehampton, Colebrook (near Plymouth), East Anstey, George Nympton, Hooe, Knowstone, Landkey, Molland, Newport - Bishops Tawton, North Molton, Orestone, Ottery St Mary, Plympton St Mary, Plympton St Maurice/Plympton Earl, Plymstock, Prison - South Molton Gaol, Revelstoke, Satterleigh, Shaugh Prior, South Molton, Swimbridge, Turnchapel, Twitchen, Warkleigh, Wembury, West Anstey, Workhouse - Plympton, Workhouse - South Molton, Yealmpton<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 10 (HO107/240-245):<BR/>Abbotsham, Alwington, Appledore - Northam, Arlington, Barracks - Maker Barracks, Beaford, Bere Alston, Bere Ferrers, Bickleigh (near Plymouth), Bideford, Brendon, Buckland Brewer, Buckland Filleigh, Buckland Monachorum, Bulkworthy, Challacombe, Charles, Charles the Martyr, Compton Gifford, Countisbury, East Putford, Egg Buckland, Frithelstock, High Bray, Huish, Iddesleigh, Landcross, Langtree, Little Torrington, Littleham (near Bideford), Loxhore, Lynmouth, Lynton, Maker (Cornwall), Martinhoe, Meavy, Meeth, Merton, Monkleigh, Newton St Petrock, Northam, Parkham, Parracombe, Pennycross, Peter Tavy, Peters Marland, Petrockstowe, Prison - Bideford Gaol and Bridewell, Sampford Spiney, Shebbear, Sheepstor, Sheepwash, Shirwell, St Andrew, St Budeaux, Stibb Cross, Stoke Rivers, Tamerton Foliot, Walkhampton, Wear Gifford, Whitchurch, Workhouse - Bideford<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 11 (HO107/246-252):<BR/>Ashreigney, Atherington, Bondleigh, Bow, Brentor/Brent Tor, Broad Nymet, Brushford, Buckfastleigh, Burrington, Chawleigh, Churchstow, Clannaborough, Coldridge/Coleridge, Dartington, Dean Prior, Diptford, Dolton - North Devon, Dowland, Down St Mary, East Allington, Eggesford, Galmpton (near South Huish), Harbournford, High Bickington, Hollacombe, Holne, Hope, Hope Cove village, Kingsbridge, Lapford, Loddiswell, Malborough, Milton Abbot, Moreleigh, North Huish, North Tawton, Nymet Rowland, Rattery, Salcombe, South Brent, South Huish, South Milton, Tavistock, Thurlestone, Wembworthy, West Alvington, Winkleigh, Woodleigh, Workhouse - Kingsbridge, Workhouse - Tavistock, Zeal Monachorum<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 12 (HO107/253-257):<BR/>Abbots Bickington, Ashburton, Ashbury, Ashwater, Beaworthy, Belstone, Bickington, Black Torrington, Bovey Tracey, Boyton (Cornwall) (part), Bradford, Bradworthy, Bridgerule, Broadwoodkelly, Calverleigh, Chudleigh Knighton, Clawton, Cookbury, Exbourne, Halwill, Hatherleigh, Hennock, Highampton, Highweek, Hollacombe, Holsworthy, Honeychurch, Huntsham, Ideford, Ilsington, Inwardleigh, Jacobstowe, Kingsteignton, Loxbeare/Loxbere, Luffincott, Lustleigh, Manaton, Moretonhampstead, North Bovey, Prison - Tiverton Gaol, St Giles on the Heath, Teigngrace, Tiverton, Uplowman, Workhouse - Tiverton,<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 13 (HO107/258-264):<BR/>Alphington, Barracks - Heavitree Artillery - Exeter, Bishops Nympton, Brampford Speke, Bridford, Chagford, Cheldon, Cheriton Bishop, Christow, Chulmleigh, Combeinteignhead, Cowley, Creacombe, Crockernwell, Cruwys Morchard, Drewsteignton, Dunsford, East Ogwell, East Worlington, Exeter - St Martin, Gidleigh, Haccombe, Heavitree, Highley St Mary, Hittisleigh, Holcombe Burnell, Huxham, Kings Nympton, Mariansleigh, Meshaw, Milton Damerell, Monkokehampton, North Lew, North Petherwin, Oakford, Pancrasweek, Pinhoe, Poltimore, Puddington, Pyworthy, Rackenford, Rewe, Ringmore - Shaldon, Romansleigh, Rose Ash, Sampford Courtenay, Shaldon, Sowton, Spreyton, St Leonard, St Nicholas Shaldon, Stoke Canon, Stokeinteignhead, Stoodleigh/Stoodley, Sutcombe, Templeton, Tetcott, Thelbridge, Thornbury, Washford Pyne, Werrington, West Ogwell, West Putford, West Worlington, Whipton, Witheridge, Wonford, Woolfardisworthy - East<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 14 (HO107/265-267):<BR/>Asylum - Bow Hill House, Barracks - Exeter St David Cavalry Barracks, Exeter - Allhallows Goldsmith St., Exeter - Allhallows on the Wall, Exeter - Bedford Precinct, Exeter - Bradninch Precinct, Exeter - CathedralYard, Exeter - St David, Exeter - St Edmund, Exeter - St George, Exeter - St John, Exeter - St John's, Exeter - St Kerrian, Exeter - St Lawrence, Exeter - St Mary Arches, Exeter - St Mary Major, Exeter - St Mary Steps, Exeter - St Olave, Exeter - St Pancras, Exeter - St Paul, Exeter - St Peter Cathedral Close, Exeter - St Petrock, Hospital - Blue Maids, Prison - City Prison, Exeter, Prison - D.C. Bridewell & House of Correction, Prison - Devon County Gaol - Exeter, Prison - Sheriffs wing for Devon? - Exeter, South Tawton, St Thomas the Apostle, Tedburn St Mary, Throwleigh, Topsham, Upton Pyne, Whitestone, Workhouse - St Thomas - Exeter<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 15 (HO107/268-270):<BR/>Barracks - Citadel - Plymouth, Barracks - Drakes/St Nicholas Island - Plymouth, Barracks - Mill Bay - Plymouth St Andrew, Breakwater Light vessel - Plymouth, Chatham Hulk moored in Sound for Breakwater Lock builders, Eddystone Light house, Exeter - Bedford Circus Chapelry, Exeter - Holy Trinity, Exeter - St Sidwell, Exeter - St Stephen, Hospital - Devon and Exeter, Hospital - South Devon and East Cornwall, Plymouth - St Andrew, Plymouth - St Andrew, Prison - Borough Gaol - St Andrews - Plymouth, Prison - Penetentiary - Exeter, Workhouse - Plymouth St Andrew, Workhouse - St Sidwell - Exeter<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 16 (HO107/271-273):<BR/>Asylum - Stoke Damerel, Barracks - 2 Houses for Officers - Devonport, Barracks - Georges Square - Devonport, Barracks - Granby Barracks - Devonport, Barracks - Mount Wise - Devonport, Clowance Ward, Eddystone Light house, Hospital - Ordance Hospital, Morice Ward, Plymouth - Charles the Martyr, Prison - Devonport Town Hall Prison, Prison - Stirling Castle Convict Hulk moored in H.M. Dockyard - Devonport, St Johns Ward, Workhouse - Stoke Damerell<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 17 (HO107/274-276):<BR/>Barracks - Cumberland Square - Devonport, Barracks - Frederick Square - Devonport, Barracks - Legonier Barracks - Devonport, Barracks - Picquet Barracks - Devonport, Barracks - Royal Marine - East Stonehouse, East Stonehouse, Hospital - East Stonehouse Royal Naval, Hospital - Stoke Military, St Aubyn Ward, Stoke Ward, Workhouse - East Stonehouse<BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $85.85
1841 Dorset Census (H107/0277-0295) CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Dorset 1841 Census comes on 5 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as it is higher quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which do not necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/277-280):<BR/> Aff-Puddle, Allington, Anderson, Arne, Askerswell, Beaminster, Bere-Regis, Bettiscombe, Bincombe, Blandford St Mary, Bloxworth, Bothenhampton, Bradle, Bradpole, Bradpole Union Workhouse, Broadwinsor, Bryanston, Burstock, Burton, Burton-Bradstock, Catherston-Lewston, Chaldon-Herring, Chardstock, Charmouth, Cheddington, Chideock, Childhay, Church-Knowle, Compton-Vallence, Coombe-Keynes, Corfe Castle, Corscombe, Creech, Dewlish, Dibberford, Drimpton, Durweston - Knighton, East Holme, East Lulworth, East Stoke, Hammoon, Haselbury-Bryan, Kimmeridge, Knighton, Langton-Long-Blandford, Langton-Matravers, Milborne St Andrew & Milborne-Churchstone, Milbourn-Stileham, Moreton, Neville Fifehead, Owermoigne, Pimperne, Poxwell, Shitterton, Steeple, Steepleton Preston, Stowpain - Ashe, Studland - Brownsea Island, Swanage, Tarrant Hinton, Tarrant Keynston, Tarrant Launceston, Tarrant Rawston, Turners-Puddle, Tyneham, Warmwell, Watercombe, West Holme, West Lulworth, Winfrith-Newburgh, Winterborne Chenstone, Winterborne Houghton, Winterborne Strickland, Winterborne Thompson, Winterborne Whitchurch, Winterborne Zelstone, Winterborne-Kingston, Woodsford, Wool, Worth-Matravers<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/281-284):<BR/> Abbotsbury, Alton Pancras, Athelampstone, Berne, Bowood, Bradford-Peverell, Broadmayne, Broadway, Brockhampton, Buckland, Buckland Newton, Buckland-Ripers, Burlestone, Cattistock, Cerne Union Workhouse, Cerne-Abbas, Cerne-Nether, Charminster, Chesilborne, Chickerell West, Chilcombe, Chilfroom, Compton-Abbas, Dorchester Barracks, Dorchester Union Workhouse, Duntish, East & West Pulham, East Chelborough, Evershot, Fleet, Ford Lunatic Asylum, Fordington, Forston Lunatic Asylum, Frampton, Frome St Quentin, Frome Vauchurch, Godmanstone, Hawkchurch, Hermitage, Hillfield, Hilton, Hook, Ibberton, Kingston Russell, Knowle, Langton Herring, Little Bredy, Litton Cheney, Loders, Longbredy - Upper Kingston, Mappercombe & Nettlecombe, Mapperton, Mappowder, Marshwood, Melcombe-Horsey, Melplash & Loscombe, Milton-Abbas, Mintern-Magna, Mintern-Parva, Mosterton, Nether & Over Kingcombe, Netherbury, Newlands, North Poorton, Phillyholme, Piddletrenthide, Pilsdon, Plush, Poorstock, Putton, Shipton Gorge, South Perrot, South Poorton cum Loscombe, Stanton St Gabriel, Stockland, Stoke Abbas, Stoke-Wake, Sydling St Nicholas, Symondsbury, Toller Porcorum, Vale, Walditch, Wambrook, West Chelborough, West Chickerell, West Knighton, Whitchurch-Canonicorum, Wild, Winterborne-Abbas, Winterborne-Came, Woolland, Wooton Fitzpaine, Wooton-Glanville, Wootton Abbots, Workhouse, Wraxall, Wyldecourt<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/285-289):<BR/> Alderholt, Alme & Mapperton, Blagdon, Boveridge, Canford-Magna, Chalbury, Charlton-Marshall, Chettle, Chiswell, Corfe-Mullen, Cranborne, Critchill More, Dalwood, East Woodyates, Easton & Wakeham, Edmondsham, Gussage & Minchington, Gussage All Saints, Gussage St Michael, Hampreston, Hamworthy, Hinton-Martell, Hinton-Parva or Stanbridge, Holt, Holwell, Horton, Kingston-Lacey, Kinson or Kingstone, Knighton & Moretown, Leigh, Long Critchill, Longfleet, Longham, Lytchett-Matravers, Lytchett-Minster, Maiden-Newton, Mannington, Melbury-Sampford, Milborne St Andrew, Monckton-up-Wimbourne, Morden, Newton & Deanlane, Osmington, Parkstone, Pentridge, Piddlehinton, Piddletown, Poole Union Workhouse, Portisham, Portland, Preston, Puncknowle, Radipole, Rampisham, Ringstead, Shapwick, Sixpenny Handley, Spetisbury, Stinsford, Stockland, Stratton, Sturminster-Marshall, Sutton, Sutton Poyntz, Swyre, Tarrant Rushton, Tarrant-Crawford with Preston, Tarrant-Monckton, Tincleton, Toller-Fratrum, Toller-Porcorum, Tolpuddle, Upton, Upway, Verwood or Fairwood, West Parley, West Stafford, West Woodyates, Weston & Southwell, Whitcombe, Wimborne St Giles, Wimborne Workhouse, Wimborne-Minster, Winford-Eagle, Winterbourne St Martin, Winterbourne Steepleton, Winterbourne-Came, Winterbourne-Herringstone, Winterbourne-Monckton, Witchampton, Woodcutts, Woodlands, Wyke-Regis<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/290-293):<BR/> Ashmore, Batcombe, Beer Hackett, Belchalwell, Bradford Abbas, Buckhorn Weston, Cann, Castleton, Caundle Bishop, Caundle Marsh, Caundle Purse, Child Okeford, Clifton Maybank, Compton Abbas, East Orchard, East Stower, Farnham, Fifehead Magdalen, Folke, Fontmell Magna, Gillingham, Halstock, Halstock Lunatic Asylum, Hanford, Haydon, Hinton St Mary, Holnest, Iwerne Courtney, Twerne Minster, Kington Magna, Lillington, Longburton, Lydlinch, Manston, Margaret Marsh, Marnhull, Melbury Abbas, Melbury Bubb, Melbury Osmond, Motcombe, Nether Compton, North Wootton, Oborne, Okeford Fitzpaine, Over Compton, Ryme Intrinsica, Shillingstone or Shilling Okeford, Silton, Stalbridge, Stalbridge - Gomershay, Stalbridge - Thornhill, Stalbridge - Weston, Stock Gaylard, Stourton Caundle, Stower Provost, Sturminster Newton, Sturminster Newton Union Workhouse, Sutton Waldron, Tarrant Gunville, Thornford, Todber, Tollard Farnham, Turnworth, Upcerne, West Orchard, West Stower, Yetminster, Yetminster - Chetnole, Yetminster - Leigh<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/294-295):<BR/> Blandford Forum, Blandford Union Workhouse, Bridport, Dorchester All Saints, Dorchester Holy Trinity, Dorchester St Peter, Dorset County Gaol and House of Correction, Lyme Regis, Melcombe Regis, Melcombe Regis Borough Gaol, Poole Borough Gaol, Poole St James, Shaftesbury Holy Trinity, Shaftesbury St James, Shaftesbury St Peter, Shaftesbury Union Workhouse, Sherborne, Sherborne Union Workhouse, Wareham Holy Trinity, Wareham Lady St Mary, Wareham St Martin, Wareham Union Workhouse, Waymouth Cavalry Barracks, Waymouth Union Workhouse, Weymouth<BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $48.85
1841 Dorset Census CD 1 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Dorset 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/277-280, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/277-280):<BR/> Aff-Puddle, Allington, Anderson, Arne, Askerswell, Beaminster, Bere-Regis, Bettiscombe, Bincombe, Blandford St Mary, Bloxworth, Bothenhampton, Bradle, Bradpole, Bradpole Union Workhouse, Broadwinsor, Bryanston, Burstock, Burton, Burton-Bradstock, Catherston-Lewston, Chaldon-Herring, Chardstock, Charmouth, Cheddington, Chideock, Childhay, Church-Knowle, Compton-Vallence, Coombe-Keynes, Corfe Castle, Corscombe, Creech, Dewlish, Dibberford, Drimpton, Durweston - Knighton, East Holme, East Lulworth, East Stoke, Hammoon, Haselbury-Bryan, Kimmeridge, Knighton, Langton-Long-Blandford, Langton-Matravers, Milborne St Andrew & Milborne-Churchstone, Milbourn-Stileham, Moreton, Neville Fifehead, Owermoigne, Pimperne, Poxwell, Shitterton, Steeple, Steepleton Preston, Stowpain - Ashe, Studland - Brownsea Island, Swanage, Tarrant Hinton, Tarrant Keynston, Tarrant Launceston, Tarrant Rawston, Turners-Puddle, Tyneham, Warmwell, Watercombe, West Holme, West Lulworth, Winfrith-Newburgh, Winterborne Chenstone, Winterborne Houghton, Winterborne Strickland, Winterborne Thompson, Winterborne Whitchurch, Winterborne Zelstone, Winterborne-Kingston, Woodsford, Wool, Worth-Matravers<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Dorset Census CD 2 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Dorset 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/281-284, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/281-284):<BR/> Abbotsbury, Alton Pancras, Athelampstone, Berne, Bowood, Bradford-Peverell, Broadmayne, Broadway, Brockhampton, Buckland, Buckland Newton, Buckland-Ripers, Burlestone, Cattistock, Cerne Union Workhouse, Cerne-Abbas, Cerne-Nether, Charminster, Chesilborne, Chickerell West, Chilcombe, Chilfroom, Compton-Abbas, Dorchester Barracks, Dorchester Union Workhouse, Duntish, East & West Pulham, East Chelborough, Evershot, Fleet, Ford Lunatic Asylum, Fordington, Forston Lunatic Asylum, Frampton, Frome St Quentin, Frome Vauchurch, Godmanstone, Hawkchurch, Hermitage, Hillfield, Hilton, Hook, Ibberton, Kingston Russell, Knowle, Langton Herring, Little Bredy, Litton Cheney, Loders, Longbredy - Upper Kingston, Mappercombe & Nettlecombe, Mapperton, Mappowder, Marshwood, Melcombe-Horsey, Melplash & Loscombe, Milton-Abbas, Mintern-Magna, Mintern-Parva, Mosterton, Nether & Over Kingcombe, Netherbury, Newlands, North Poorton, Phillyholme, Piddletrenthide, Pilsdon, Plush, Poorstock, Putton, Shipton Gorge, South Perrot, South Poorton cum Loscombe, Stanton St Gabriel, Stockland, Stoke Abbas, Stoke-Wake, Sydling St Nicholas, Symondsbury, Toller Porcorum, Vale, Walditch, Wambrook, West Chelborough, West Chickerell, West Knighton, Whitchurch-Canonicorum, Wild, Winterborne-Abbas, Winterborne-Came, Woolland, Wooton Fitzpaine, Wooton-Glanville, Wootton Abbots, Workhouse, Wraxall, Wyldecourt<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Dorset Census CD 3 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Dorset 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/285-289, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/285-289):<BR/> Alderholt, Alme & Mapperton, Blagdon, Boveridge, Canford-Magna, Chalbury, Charlton-Marshall, Chettle, Chiswell, Corfe-Mullen, Cranborne, Critchill More, Dalwood, East Woodyates, Easton & Wakeham, Edmondsham, Gussage & Minchington, Gussage All Saints, Gussage St Michael, Hampreston, Hamworthy, Hinton-Martell, Hinton-Parva or Stanbridge, Holt, Holwell, Horton, Kingston-Lacey, Kinson or Kingstone, Knighton & Moretown, Leigh, Long Critchill, Longfleet, Longham, Lytchett-Matravers, Lytchett-Minster, Maiden-Newton, Mannington, Melbury-Sampford, Milborne St Andrew, Monckton-up-Wimbourne, Morden, Newton & Deanlane, Osmington, Parkstone, Pentridge, Piddlehinton, Piddletown, Poole Union Workhouse, Portisham, Portland, Preston, Puncknowle, Radipole, Rampisham, Ringstead, Shapwick, Sixpenny Handley, Spetisbury, Stinsford, Stockland, Stratton, Sturminster-Marshall, Sutton, Sutton Poyntz, Swyre, Tarrant Rushton, Tarrant-Crawford with Preston, Tarrant-Monckton, Tincleton, Toller-Fratrum, Toller-Porcorum, Tolpuddle, Upton, Upway, Verwood or Fairwood, West Parley, West Stafford, West Woodyates, Weston & Southwell, Whitcombe, Wimborne St Giles, Wimborne Workhouse, Wimborne-Minster, Winford-Eagle, Winterbourne St Martin, Winterbourne Steepleton, Winterbourne-Came, Winterbourne-Herringstone, Winterbourne-Monckton, Witchampton, Woodcutts, Woodlands, Wyke-Regis<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Dorset Census CD 4 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Dorset 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/290-293, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/290-293):<BR/> Ashmore, Batcombe, Beer Hackett, Belchalwell, Bradford Abbas, Buckhorn Weston, Cann, Castleton, Caundle Bishop, Caundle Marsh, Caundle Purse, Child Okeford, Clifton Maybank, Compton Abbas, East Orchard, East Stower, Farnham, Fifehead Magdalen, Folke, Fontmell Magna, Gillingham, Halstock, Halstock Lunatic Asylum, Hanford, Haydon, Hinton St Mary, Holnest, Iwerne Courtney, Twerne Minster, Kington Magna, Lillington, Longburton, Lydlinch, Manston, Margaret Marsh, Marnhull, Melbury Abbas, Melbury Bubb, Melbury Osmond, Motcombe, Nether Compton, North Wootton, Oborne, Okeford Fitzpaine, Over Compton, Ryme Intrinsica, Shillingstone or Shilling Okeford, Silton, Stalbridge, Stalbridge - Gomershay, Stalbridge - Thornhill, Stalbridge - Weston, Stock Gaylard, Stourton Caundle, Stower Provost, Sturminster Newton, Sturminster Newton Union Workhouse, Sutton Waldron, Tarrant Gunville, Thornford, Todber, Tollard Farnham, Turnworth, Upcerne, West Orchard, West Stower, Yetminster, Yetminster - Chetnole, Yetminster - Leigh<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Dorset Census CD 5 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Dorset 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/294-295, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/294-295):<BR/> Blandford Forum, Blandford Union Workhouse, Bridport, Dorchester All Saints, Dorchester Holy Trinity, Dorchester St Peter, Dorset County Gaol and House of Correction, Lyme Regis, Melcombe Regis, Melcombe Regis Borough Gaol, Poole Borough Gaol, Poole St James, Shaftesbury Holy Trinity, Shaftesbury St James, Shaftesbury St Peter, Shaftesbury Union Workhouse, Sherborne, Sherborne Union Workhouse, Wareham Holy Trinity, Wareham Lady St Mary, Wareham St Martin, Wareham Union Workhouse, Waymouth Cavalry Barracks, Waymouth Union Workhouse, Weymouth<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Essex Census CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Essex 1841 Census comes on 13 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as it is higher quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which do not necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/322):<BR/> Billericay Union Workhouse, Bowes Gifford, Bulphant, Canvey Island, Chadwell St Mary, Corringham, Doddinghurst, Downham, Dunton, East Horndon, East Tilbury, Fobbing, Great Burstead - Billericay, Horndon on the Hill, Hutton, Ingrave, Laindon Hills, Laindon - Canvey Island, Laindon - Chapelry Basildon, Little Burstead, LittleThurrock, Mucking, Nevendon, North Benfleet & Canvey Island, Orsett, Orsett Union Workhouse, Pitsea & Canvey Island, Ramsden-Bellhouse, Ramsden-Crays, Shenfield, South Benfleet & Canvey Island, Stanford-le-Hope, Thundersley, Vange, West Horndon, West Tilbury, Wickford<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/323):<BR/> Barking, Dagenham, East Ham, Leyton, Little Ilford, Little Ilford - House of Correction, Walthamstow, Wanstead, West Ham, West Ham Union Workhouse, Woodford St Mary<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/324-325):<BR/> Avely, Blackmore, Boreham, Broomfield, Buttsbury, Chelmsford, Chelmsford Moulsham, Chelmsford Union Workhouse, Chelmsford Old Goal & House of Correction, Chignall Smealy, Chignall St James, Childerditch, Cranham, Danbury Runsell & Bicknacre, East Hanningfield, Fryering, Grays Thurrock, Great Baddow, Great Leighs, Great Warley, Ingatestone, Little Baddow, Little Baddow Middle Mead, Little Leighs, Little Warley, North Ockendon, Rainham, South Hanningfield, South Ockendon, South Weald, South Weald Brentwood, Stifford, Upminster Corbetstye & Harton, Wennington, West Hanningfield, West Thurrock, West Thurrock Purfleet<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/326-327):<BR/> Asheldham, Berden, Bradwell Juxta Mare, Burnham, Clavering, Cold Norton, Creeksea, Dengie, Farnham, Great Waltham, Hazeleigh, Henham, Langley, Latchingdon, Little Waltham, Manuden, Margaretting, Mayland, Mountnessing, Mundon, North Fambridge, Purleigh, Rettendon, Roxwell, Runwell, Sandon, Southminster, Springfield, Springfield The County Goal, St Lawrence, Stanstead, Steeple, Stock, Stow Maries, Tillingham, Ugley, Widford, Woddham Walter, Woodham Ferris, Woodham Ferris Bicknacre, Woodham Mortimer, Writtle<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/328-329):<BR/> Ashdon, Aythrop Roothing, Bardfield-Saling, Barnston, Bartlow End, Berners Roothing, Broxted, Bumpstead-Helion, Chickney, Good Easter, Great Bardfield, Great Canfield, Great Dunmow, Great Dunmow Union Workhouse, Great Easton, Great Sampford, Hadstock, Hempstead, High Easter, High Roothing, Leaden Roothing, Lindsell, Little Bardfield, Little Canfield, Little Dunmow, Little Easton, Little Sampford, Margaret Roothing, Mashbury, Plesthey, Radwinter, Roothing Morrell, Shellow-Bowells, Thaxted, Tilty, White Roothing, Willingale-Doe, Willingale-Spain&lt<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/330-331):<BR/> Alphamstone, Ashen, Ballingdon or Brundon, Belchamp St Paul, Belchamp Walter, Belchamp-Olton, Birdbrook, Bocking, Bocking Braintree Union Workhouse, Borley, Braintree, Bulmer, Bumpstead-Steeple, Bures St Mary, Felstead, Finchingfield, Foxearth, Great Hallingbury, Great Parndon, Harlow, Hatfield Broad-Oak, Havering-atte-Bower, Hornchurch, Latton, Little Hallingbury, Little Parndon, Matching, Netteswell, Romford, Romford Union Workhouse, Roydon, Sheering<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/332-333):<BR/> Gesthingthorpe, Gosfield, Great Henny, Great Maplestead, Great Saling, Great Yeldham, Halstead, Halstead House of Correction, Halstead Union Workhouse, Haverill, Hedingham Castle, Hedingham Sible, Kedington or Ketton, Lamarsh, Liston, Little Henny, Little Maplestead, Little Yeldham, Middleton, Ovington, Panfield, Pebmarsh, Pentlow, Rayne, Ridgwell, Shalford, Stambourne, Stebbing, Stisted, Sturmere, Tilbury-juxta-Clare, Toppersfield, Twinstead, Weathersfield, Wickham St Paul<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/334-335):<BR/> Aldham, Birch, Boxted, Chapel or Pontisbright, Copford, Dedham, Earl's Colne, East Donyland, Easthorpe, Engain Colne, Feering, Fordham, Great Coggeshall, Great Horksley, Great Tey, Inworth, Langham, Lexden & Winstree Union Workhouse, Little Horksley, Little Tay, Marks Tay, Markshall, Messing, Mount-Bures, Pattiswick, Stanway, Wates Colne, West Bergholt, White Colne, Wivenhoe, Wormingford<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 9 (HO107/336-337):<BR/> Abbess Roding, Ashingdon, Barking, Beauchp Roding, Bobbingworth, Canewdon, Chigwell, Chipping Ongar, Eastwood, Foulness, Fyfield, Great Stambridge, Great Wakering, Greenstead, Hadleigh, Havengore, Hawkwell, High Laver, High Ongar, Hockley, Kelvedon Hatch, Lambaurne, Leigh, Little Laver, Little Stambridge, Little Wakering, Loughton, Magdalen Laver, Moreton, Navestock, North Shoebury, North Weald Bassett, Norton Mandeville, Ongar Union Workhouse, Paglesham, Prittlewell, Rawreth, Rayleigh, Rochford, Rochford Union Workhouse, Shelley, Shopland, South Shoebury, Southchurch, Stanford Rivers, Stapleford Tawney, Stapleford Abbots, Stondon Massey, Sutton, Theydon Bois, Theydon Garnon, Theydon Garnon Union Workhouse, Theydon Mount, Thundersley, Wallasea Island<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 10 (HO107/338-339):<BR/> Alresford, Ardleigh, Beaumont cum Moze, Bishops Wickham, Bradfield, Brightlingsea, Elmstead, Frating, Frinton, Goldhanger, Great Bentley, Great Bromley, Great Clacton, Great Holland, Great Oakley, Great Totham, Heybridge, Kirby, Langford, Lawford, Little Bentley, Little Bromley, Little Clacton, Little Holland, Little Oakley, Little Totham, Manningtree, Mistley, Ramsey, St Osyth, Tendring, Thorpe le Soken, Thorrington, Tollesbury, Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Tolleshunt Knight, Tolleshunt Major or Beckingham, Walton le Soken, Weeley, Wix, Wrabness<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 11 (HO107/340-342):<BR/> Abberton, Arkesden, Birchanger, Chingford, Chrishall, Debden, Dr Allan's Lunatic Asylum, East Mersea, Elmdon, Elsenham, Epping, Epping Upland & Rye Hill, Fingringhoe, Great Chesterford, Great Chishall, Great Wigborough, Henham, Heydon, Langenhoe, Layer-Breton, Layer-de-la-Hay, Layer-Marney, Little Chesterford, Little Chishall, Little Wigborough, Littlebury, Nazeing, Newport, Peldon, Quendon, Rickling, Roydon, Salcott, Stansted Montfichet, Strethall, Takeley, Virley, Waltham Abbey, Waltham Abbey or Holy Cross, <BR/> Waltham Abbey Licenced Madhouse, Wendens Ambo, Wendon Lofts, West Mersea, Wicken Bonhunt, Widdington, Wimbish<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 12 (HO107/343):<BR/> Black Notley, Bradwell, Cressing, Fairstead, Faulkbourne, Great Braxted, Great Leighs, Hatfield Peverel, Kelvedon, Little Braxted, Little Coggeshall, Rivenhall, Terling, Ulting, White Notley, Witham, Witham Asylum for Lunatics, Witham Union Workhouse<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 13 (HO107/344-345):<BR/> Colchester - All Saints, Colchester - Bere-church, Colchester - County House of Correction, Colchester - Dover-Court, Colchester - Greenstead, Colchester - Harwich Borough, Colchester - Holy Trinity, Colchester - Lexden, Colchester - St Botolph, Colchester - St James, Colchester - St Leonard, Colchester - St Martin, Colchester - St Mary at the Walls, Colchester - St Mary Magdalen, Colchester - St Michael Mile-End, Colchester - St Nicholas, Colchester - St Nicholas, Colchester - St Peter, Colchester - St Runwald, Colchester - St Giles, Colchester - The Common Goal, Colchester - The Martillo Tower, Colchester Union Workhouse, Essex & Colchester Hospital, King Edward 6th Alms Houses, Maldon - All Saints, Maldon - St Mary, Maldon - St Peter, Maldon Union Workhouse, Saffron Walden Goal, Saffron Walden Town, Saffron Walden Union Workhouse<BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $75.85
1841 Glamorgan Census CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Glamorgan 1841 Census comes on 8 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as it is higher quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which DO NOT necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties.<BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on these CDs is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/1414-1415):<BR/> Bedwas - Van, Eglwysilan, Eglwysilan - Caerphilly, Eglwysilan - Glyntaff, Eglwysilan - Hendredenny, Eglwysilan - Park, Eglwysilan - Rhydyboithan, Gelligaer, Llanfabon, Machen - Rhydgwern, Merthyr Tydfil, Michaelstone Fedw - Llanvedw, Rudry, Whitchurch, <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/1416-1418):<BR/> Barry, Bonvilston, Cadoxton (part), Caira, Cogan, Eglwys Brewis, Flemingston, Gileston, Highlight, Lavernock, Leckwith, Lisvane, Llancarfan, Llandaff, Llandough, Llanedarn, Llanharan, Llanharry, Llanilid, Llanishen, Llanilltern, Llanmaes, Llanmihangel, Llansannor, Llantrithyd, Llantwit, Llanvithin, Llyswomey, Merthyr Dovan, Michaeston le Pit, Michaelston super Ely, Nash, Penarth, Pendoylen, Penmark, Peterston super Ely, Porthkerry, Roath, St Andrew, St Athan, St Bridges super Ely, St Fagans, St George, St Hilary, St Lythans, St Mary Church, St Nicholas, Stembridge, Sully, Welsh St Donats, Wenvoe, Ystadowen<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/1419):<BR/> Llanguich, Llangyfelach, Llansamlet<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/1420):<BR/> Aberdare, Llantrisant, Llantwit Fardre, Llanwonno, Pentyrch, Radyr, Ystradyfodwg<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/1421):<BR/> Aberavon, Baglan, Briton Ferry, Cadoxton (part), Cilybebyll, Glyncorrwg, Lantwit (part), Michaelstone Super Avon, Neath, Neath Union Workhouse<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/1422-1423):<BR/> Bettws, Coity, Coity Union Workhouse, Colwinstone, Coychurch, Ewenny, Kenfig, Laleston, Langeinor, Llandow, Llandyfodog, Llanganna, Llangonoyd, Marcross, Margam, Merthyr Mawr, Monk Nash, Newcastle, Newton Nottage, Penllyn, Pyle, St Andrews Minor, St Bride Major, St Brides Minor, St Donats, St Mary Hill, Tythegston, Wick <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/1424-1425):<BR/> Bishopston, Cardiff Gaol and House of Correction,Cardiff Infirmary, Cardiff St John and St Mary, Cardiff Union Workhouse, Cheriton, Ilston, Knelston, Llanddewi, Llandeilotalybont, Llangennith, Llanmadock, Llanrhidian, Loughor, Nicholaston, Oxwich, Oystermouth, Penmaen, Pennard, Penrice, Port Eynon, Reynoldston, Rhossili, Swansea (part), Swansea St John <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/1426):<BR/> Swansea (part), Swansea House of Correction, Swansea Infantry Barracks, Swansea Infirmary, Swansea Union Workhouse<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $38.85
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 346-348 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/346-348, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/346-348):<BR/> Almondsbury, Arlingham, Ashleworth, Berkeley, Beverstone, Bisley, Cam, Coaley, Cromhall Abbots, Dursley, Edgeworth, Elberton, Filton, Henbury, Hill, Horfield, Kingscote, Newington Bagpath, North Nibley, Nymphsfield, Owlpen, Ozleworth, Slimbridge, Stinchcombe, Uley, Wotton under Edge<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 349-350 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/349-350, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/349-350):<BR/> Alvington, Awre, Bromsberrow, Dymock, Kempley, Lydney, Miserdine, Newent, Oxenhall, Painswick, Pauntley, Rudford, Sapperton, Stroud, Taynton, Upleadon, Winstone<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 351-352 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/351-352, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/351-352):<BR/> Aldsworth, Aston Blank, Barnsley, Bibury, Coln Rogers, Coln St Aldwins, Compton Abdale, Dowdswell, Eastleach Martin, Eastleach Turville, Fairford, Farmington, Hampnett, Hatherop, Hazleton, Kempsford, Lechlade, Northleach, Notgrove, Quenington, Salperton, Sevenhampton, Shipton Oliffe, Shipton Sollars, Southrop, Stowell, Turkdean, Whittington, Whithington, Yarnworth<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 353 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/353, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the placesas they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/353):<BR/> Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Leckhampton, Swindon<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 354-355 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/354-356, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/354-356):<BR/> Ampney Crucis, Ampney St Mary, Ampney St Peter, Badgington, Badgworth, Barnwood, Barton St Mary, Barton St Michael, Baunton, Bishops Cleeve, Brockworth, Broockthorpe, Churcham, Churchdown, Coates, Coln St Dennis, Daglingworth, Down Hatherley, Driffield, Duntisbourne Abbots, Duntisbourne Rouse, Down Ampney, Elmore, Elmstone, Great Surdington, Great Witcombe, Hardwicke, Harescombe, Harnhill, Hartpurt, Hempstead, Lassington, Leigh with Evington, Little Compton, Littleworth, Longford, Maisey Hampton, Maismore, Matson, Minety, North Hamlet, Norton, Pitchcombe, Prestbury, Preston, Preston on Stour, Prinknash Park, Rudford, Rudgeley, Sandhurst, Siddington St Mary & St Peter, South Cerney, Staverton, Stratton, Tirley, Tuffley, Up Hatherley, Upton St Leonards, Welford, Whaddon, Woolstone<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 357-359 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/357-359, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/357-359):<BR/> Acton Turville, Alderley, Boxwell with Leighterton, Charfield, Chipping Sodbury, Compton Greenfield, Didmarton, Dodington, Dyram & Hinton, Gotherington, Great Badminton, Hawkesbury, Henbury, Horton, Little Sodbury, Old Sodbury, Oldbury on the Hill, Stoke Gifford, Tormarton, Tortworth, Wapley and Codrington, West Littleton, Westbury upon Trym, Wickwar, Yate<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 360-361 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/360-361, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/360-361):<BR/> Almondsbury, Alveston, Aston Somerville, Aston Subedge, Batsford, Bitton, Buckland, Bulley, Charlton Abbotts, Childs Wickham, Chipping Campden, Cowhoneybourne, Didbrook, Doynton, Corsington, Dumbleton, Edbrington, Frampton Coterill, Guiting Power, Hailes, Hawling, Huntley, Littleton on Severn, Longborough, Longhope, Marston Sicca, Mickleton, Minsterworth, Olveston, Pebworth, Quinton, Saintbury, Sezincote, Snowshill, Stanley Pontlarge, Stanton, Sudely Manor, Temple Guiting, Tibberton, Toddington, Twyning, Upper Swell, Weston upon Avon, Weston Subedge, Willersey, Winchcombe, Winterbourne, Wormington<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 362-363 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/362-363, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/362-363):<BR/> Avening, Brimpsfield, Chedworth, Cherrington, Cobberley, Cold Ashton, Colesbourne, Cowley, Cranham, Duntisbourne Abbotts, Elkstone, Horsley, Minchinhampton, North Cerney, Pucklechurch, Rendcomb, Rodborough, Rodmarton, Shipton Moyne, Siston, Syde, Tetbury, Westerleigh, Westonbirt, Woodchester, Wick & Abson<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 364-365 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/364-365, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/364-365):<BR/> Abinghall, English Bicknor, Flaxley, Forest of Dean, Hewelsfield, Lea, Littledean, Mitcheldean, Newdean, Ruardean, St Briavells, Staunton<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 366-368 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/366-368, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/366-368):<BR/> Adlestrop, Alderton, Almondsbury, Ashchurch, Ashton under Hill, Beckford, Bledington, Boddington, Bourton on the Hill, Bourton on the Water, Broadwell, Clapton, Clifford Chambers, Condicote, Eyford, Forthampton, Great Barrington, Great Rissington, Great Washbourne, Hinton on the Green, Incomb, Iron Acton, Kemerton, Lea, Little Rissington, Little Barrington, Lower Slaughton, Lower Swell, Marshfield, Naunton, Oddington, Oxenton, Prescott, Saddington, Semington, Shennington, Sherbourne, Siddington, Stow on the Wold, Thornbury, Tredington, Tytherington, Upper Slaughter, Westcote, Walton Cardiff, Widford, Windrush, Wyke Rissington<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 369-370 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/369-370, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/369-370):<BR/> Blaisdon, Bourton on the Hill, Churcham, Corse, Deerhurst, Eastington, Elmstone Hardwicke, Frampton upon Severn, Fretherne, Frocester, Hardwick, Haresfield, Hasfield, Kings Stanley, Leonard Stanley, Longney, Moreton in the Marsh, Moreton Valence, Newnham, Quedgeley, Randwick, Saul, Standish, Stoneham, Sutton under Brailles, Tidenham, Todenham, Westbury on Severn, Wheatenhurst, Woolaston<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 371 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/371, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/371):<BR/> Bristol All Saints, Bristol Castle Ward, Bristol Christ Church, Bristol St Augustine<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 372 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/372, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/372):<BR/> Bristol St Ewen, Bristol St James<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 373 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/373, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/373):<BR/> Bristol St Mary le Port, Bristol St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol St Michael, Bristol St Nicholas<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 374 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/374, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/374):<BR/> Bristol St Paul, Bristol St Peter<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 375-376 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/375-376, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/375-376):<BR/> Bedminster, Bristol St Philip & St Jacob, Bristol St Stephen, Bristol St Thomas, Bristol Temple<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 377 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/377, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/377):<BR/> Bristol Clifton, Bristol St George, Bristol St James & St Paul, Mangotsfield<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 378 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/378, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/378):<BR/> Bristol St Philip & St Jacob, Stapleton<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census HO107/ 379-380 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Gloucestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just just a piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/379-380, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/>Places covered by this CD (HO107/379-380):<BR/> Cirencester, Gloucester St Aldate, Gloucester St Catherine, Gloucester St John the Baptist, Gloucester St Mary de Crypt, Gloucester St Mary de Glase, Gloucester St Mary de Lode, Gloucester St Michael, Gloucester St Nicholas, Gloucester Holy Trinity, Tewkesbury<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Gloucestershire Census set CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Gloucestershire 1841 Census comes on 19 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as it is higher quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which do not necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/346-348):<BR/> Almondsbury, Arlingham, Ashleworth, Berkeley, Beverstone, Bisley, Cam, Coaley, Cromhall Abbots, Dursley, Edgeworth, Elberton, Filton, Henbury, Hill, Horfield, Kingscote, Newington Bagpath, North Nibley, Nymphsfield, Owlpen, Ozleworth, Slimbridge, Stinchcombe, Uley, Wotton under Edge <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/349-350):<BR/> Alvington, Awre, Bromsberrow, Dymock, Kempley, Lydney, Miserdine, Newent, Oxenhall, Painswick, Pauntley, Rudford, Sapperton, Stroud, Taynton, Upleadon, Winstone<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/351-352):<BR/> Aldsworth, Aston Blank, Barnsley, Bibury, Coln Rogers, Coln St Aldwins, Compton Abdale, Dowdswell, Eastleach Martin, Eastleach Turville, Fairford, Farmington, Hampnett, Hatherop, Hazleton, Kempsford, Lechlade, Northleach, Notgrove, Quenington, Salperton, Sevenhampton, Shipton Oliffe, Shipton Sollars, Southrop, Stowell, Turkdean, Whittington, Whithington, Yarnworth<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/353):<BR/> Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Leckhampton, Swindon<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/354-356):<BR/> Ampney Crucis, Ampney St Mary, Ampney St Peter, Badgington, Badgworth, Barnwood, Barton St Mary, Barton St Michael, Baunton, Bishops Cleeve, Brockworth, Broockthorpe, Churcham, Churchdown, Coates, Coln St Dennis, Daglingworth, Down Hatherley, Driffield, Duntisbourne Abbots, Duntisbourne Rouse, Down Ampney, Elmore, Elmstone, Great Surdington, Great Witcombe, Hardwicke, Harescombe, Harnhill, Hartpurt, Hempstead, Lassington, Leigh with Evington, Little Compton, Littleworth, Longford, Maisey Hampton, Maismore, Matson, Minety, North Hamlet, Norton, Pitchcombe, Prestbury, Preston, Preston on Stour, Prinknash Park, Rudford, Rudgeley, Sandhurst, Siddington St Mary & St Peter, South Cerney, Staverton, Stratton, Tirley, Tuffley, Up Hatherley, Upton St Leonards, Welford, Whaddon, Woolstone <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/357-359):<BR/> Acton Turville, Alderley, Boxwell with Leighterton, Charfield, Chipping Sodbury, Compton Greenfield, Didmarton, Dodington, Dyram & Hinton, Gotherington, Great Badminton, Hawkesbury, Henbury, Horton, Little Sodbury, Old Sodbury, Oldbury on the Hill, Stoke Gifford, Tormarton, Tortworth, Wapley and Codrington, West Littleton, Westbury upon Trym, Wickwar, Yate <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/360-361):<BR/> Almondsbury, Alveston, Aston Somerville, Aston Subedge, Batsford, Bitton, Buckland, Bulley, Charlton Abbotts, Childs Wickham, Chipping Campden, Cowhoneybourne, Didbrook, Doynton, Corsington, Dumbleton, Edbrington, Frampton Coterill, Guiting Power, Hailes, Hawling, Huntley, Littleton on Severn, Longborough, Longhope, Marston Sicca, Mickleton, Minsterworth, Olveston, Pebworth, Quinton, Saintbury, Sezincote, Snowshill, Stanley Pontlarge, Stanton, Sudely Manor, Temple Guiting, Tibberton, Toddington, Twyning, Upper Swell, Weston upon Avon, Weston Subedge, Willersey, Winchcombe, Winterbourne, Wormington <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/362-363):<BR/> Avening, Brimpsfield, Chedworth, Cherrington, Cobberley, Cold Ashton, Colesbourne, Cowley, Cranham, Duntisbourne Abbotts, Elkstone, Horsley, Minchinhampton, North Cerney, Pucklechurch, Rendcomb, Rodborough, Rodmarton, Shipton Moyne, Siston, Syde, Tetbury, Westerleigh, Westonbirt, Woodchester, Wick & Abson <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 9 (HO107/364-365):<BR/> Abinghall, English Bicknor, Flaxley, Forest of Dean, Hewelsfield, Lea, Littledean, Mitcheldean, Newdean, Ruardean, St Briavells, Staunton <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 10 (HO107/366-368):<BR/> Adlestrop, Alderton, Almondsbury, Ashchurch, Ashton under Hill, Beckford, Bledington, Boddington, Bourton on the Hill, Bourton on the Water, Broadwell, Clapton, Clifford Chambers, Condicote, Eyford, Forthampton, Great Barrington, Great Rissington, Great Washbourne, Hinton on the Green, Incomb, Iron Acton, Kemerton, Lea, Little Rissington, Little Barrington, Lower Slaughton, Lower Swell, Marshfield, Naunton, Oddington, Oxenton, Prescott, Saddington, Semington, Shennington, Sherbourne, Siddington, Stow on the Wold, Thornbury, Tredington, Tytherington, Upper Slaughter, Westcote, Walton Cardiff, Widford, Windrush, Wyke Rissington <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 11 (HO107/369-370):<BR/> Blaisdon, Bourton on the Hill, Churcham, Corse, Deerhurst, Eastington, Elmstone Hardwicke, Frampton upon Severn, Fretherne, Frocester, Hardwick, Haresfield, Hasfield, Kings Stanley, Leonard Stanley, Longney, Moreton in the Marsh, Moreton Valence, Newnham, Quedgeley, Randwick, Saul, Standish, Stoneham, Sutton under Brailles, Tidenham, Todenham, Westbury on Severn, Wheatenhurst, Woolaston <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 12 (HO107/371):<BR/> Bristol All Saints, Bristol Castle Ward, Bristol Christ Church, Bristol St Augustine<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 13 (HO107/372):<BR/> Bristol St Ewen, Bristol St James<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 14 (HO107/373):<BR/> Bristol St Mary le Port, Bristol St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol St Michael, Bristol St Nicholas<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 15 (HO107/374):<BR/> Bristol St Paul, Bristol St Peter<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 16 (HO107/375-376):<BR/> Bedminster, Bristol St Philip & St Jacob, Bristol St Stephen, Bristol St Thomas, Bristol Temple <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 17 (HO107/377):<BR/> Bristol Clifton, Bristol St George, Bristol St James & St Paul, Mangotsfield<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 18 (HO107/378):<BR/> Bristol St Philip & St Jacob, Stapleton<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 19 (HO107/379-380):<BR/> Cirencester, Gloucester St Aldate, Gloucester St Catherine, Gloucester St John the Baptist, Gloucester St Mary de Crypt, Gloucester St Mary de Glase, Gloucester St Mary de Lode, Gloucester St Michael, Gloucester St Nicholas, Gloucester Holy Trinity, Tewkesbury<BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $85.85
1841 Herefordshire Census CD1 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Herefordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/418-419, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you willvery quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/418-419):<BR/> Amberley, Avonbury, Bishops Grendon, Bockleton, Bodenham, Bowley, Bredenbury, Brockhampton, Bromyard, Bromyard Union Workhouse, Bryan-Maund, Collington, Felton, Grendon Warren, Linton, Little Cowarne, Marden, Much Cowarne, Norton, Ocle Pitchard, Pencombe, Preston Wynne, Saltmarsh, Stanford Bishop, Stoke Bliss, Stoke Lacey, Sutton St Michael, Sutton St Nicholas, Tedstone Delamere, Tedstone Wafer, The Moor, Thornbury, Ullingswick, Upper Sapey, Wacton, Whitbourne, Whitchurch-Maund, Winslow, Withington, Wolferlow <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Herefordshire Census CD2 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Herefordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/420-421, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/420-421):<BR/> Aston Ingham, Brampton Abbots, Brockhampton, Clodock - Crasswall, Clodock - Llanveynoe, Clodock - Longtown, Clodock - Newton, Cusop, Cwmyoy - Bwlch, Cwmyoy - Fwthog, Dormington, Dormington - Bartestree, Fownhope, Fownhope - Fawley, Foy, Hope Mansell, How Caple, Lea, Linton, Llancillo, Michael Church Eskley, Mordiford, Much Marcle, Putley, Ross, Ross Union Workhouse, Rowlstone, Sollers Hope, St Margaret, Upton Bishop, Walford, Walterstone, Weston under Penyard, Woolhope, Woolhope - Putley, Yatton<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Herefordshire Census CD3 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Herefordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/422-423, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/422-423):<BR/> Barton, Bradnor and Rushock, Bishopstone, Both Hergests, Breinton, Bridge Sollers, Brilley, Brinsop, Brobury, Burghill, Burghill - Tillington, Byford, Canon Pion, Clifford, Credenhill, Dinmore, Eardisley, Hampton Bishop, Holmer, Huntington, Kenchester, Kington, Kington Union Workhouse, Lilwall, Pembers Oak and Chickwood, Mansell Gamage, Mansell Lacy, Monnington upon Wye, Moreton upon Lugg, Norton Canon, Pipe and Lyde, Staunton upon Wye, Stretton Sugwas, Tupsley, Wellington, Whitney, Willersley, Winforton, Wormesley, Yazor <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Herefordshire Census CD4 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Herefordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/424-425, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/424-425):<BR/> Ashperton, Aylton, Bishop's-Frome - Eggleton, Bosbury - Upleadon, Canon-Frome, Castle-Frome, Coddington, Colwall, Donnington, East Cradley, Eastnor, Evesbatch, Hailmonds-Frome, Leadon - Walton and Stanford-Regis, Ledbury, Ledbury Union Workhouse, Ledbury - Parkhold, Ledbury - St Catharines Hospital, Little Marcle, Lugwardine, Moreton-Jefferies, Munsley, Pixley, Stoke-Edith, Stoke-Edith - West-Hide, Stretton-Grandisome, Tarrington, West Cradley, Weston-Beggard, Yarkhill<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Herefordshire Census CD5 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Herefordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/426-427, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/426-427):<BR/> Abbey-Dore, Abbey-Dore Union Workhouse, All Saints - Grafton, Allensmoor, Almeley, Aymestry - Conhope, Aymestry - Over-Lye, Bacton, Birley, Blakemore, Borough of Weobley, Bredwardine, Bullingham Lower, Bullingham Upper, Callow, Clehonger, Dilwyn - Church-Dilwyn, Dilwyn - Fawley, Dilwyn - Haven-with-the-Headland, Dilwyn - Luntley, Dilwyn - Newtown and Hurst, Dilwyn - Sollars-Dilwyn, Dinedore, Dorstone, Dulas, Eardisland, Eaton-Bishop, Euryas-Harold, Haywood Forest Liberty, Holm-Lacy, Kender-Church, Kentchurch, King's Pion, Kingsland - Aston, Kingsland - Lawton, Kingsland - Longford, Kingsland - West-Town, Kingstone, Kinnersley, Letton, Lyonshall, Madley, Moccas, Monkland - Borough of Leominster, Pembridge, Peterchurch, Preston-upon-Wye, Shobdon, St Devereux - Didley, Stretford, Thruxton, Tiberton, Turnastone, Vowchurch, Weobley, Weobley Union Workhouse, Wormbridge<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Herefordshire Census CD6 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Herefordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/428-429, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/428-429):<BR/> Adforton, Payloe and Grange, Aston or Pipe-Aston, Aymestry, Boresford and Pedwardine, Brakes, Brimfield, Brompton-Bryan, Bucknell, Buckton and Coxall, Burrington, Byton, Croft, Croft - Newton, Docklow, Downton, Edvin-Ralph-with-Butterley, Elton, Eye - Luston, Eye - Moreton and Ashto, Eyton, Ford or Ford-bridge, Hatfield with New Hampton, Heath and Jay, Hope-under-Dunmore, Humber, Humber - Risbury, Kimbolton, Kington, Kinsham, Knill, Leinthall-Earls, Leinthall-Stokes, Leintwardine, Lingen, Little Hereford, Little Hereford - Upton, Litton and Cascob, Lower Hampton, Marlow, Mortimer's Cross, Nether-Lye, Presteigne - Combe, Rodd, Nash and Little Brompton, Shirley, Stanton-upon-Arrow, Stapleton, Titley, Trippleton, Walford, Letton and Newton, Whitton, Wigmore - Limebrook, Willey, Yatton<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Herefordshire Census CD7 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Herefordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/430-431, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/430-431):<BR/> Bridstow, Brierley, Broadward, Cholstrey, Eaton, Ganarew, Garway, Goodrich - Glewstone, Goodrich - Huntisham, Hentland, Hide and Wintercott, Ivington, Kilgreague, Llangunnoc, Langstone and Tre-Evan, Laysters, Leominster, Leominster Goal, Leominster Union, Leominster Union Workhouse, Letton - Hurstley, Llangarren - Tredoughan, Llanrothall, Lucton, Ludford, Marstrow, Middleton-on-the-Hill, Newtown, Orleton, Peterstow, Puddlestone-with-While, Richard's Castle, Rochford, Sarnesfield, St Weonard's, Stagbalch, Stoke-Prior, Stottesden - Farlow, Stretford and Henner, Trecilla and Tretilla, Tretire with Michaelchurch, Welsh-Newton, Wharton, Whitchurch, Whitchurch Asylum, Wickton and Risbury, Yarpole, Yarpole - Bircher<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Herefordshire Census CD8 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Herefordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/432-433, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use inyour family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/432-433):<BR/> Acornbuy, Ballingham, Boulstone, Dewsall, Foy, Harewood, Haywood Forest Liberty, Hereford City - All Saints, Hereford City - All Saints and St Nicholas, Hereford City - St John and St Martin, Hereford City - St John Baptist, Hereford City - St John, All Saints and St Peter, Hereford City - St John, St Peter and St Owen, Hereford City - St Martin, Hereford City - St Nicholas, Hereford City County Goal, Hereford City Goal, Hereford City Workhouse, Killpeck, King's Caple, Little Birch, Little Dewchurch, Llandinabo, Llanithog, Llanwarne, Much Birch, Much Dewchurch, Orcrop, Pencwyd, Sellack, Triville<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Herefordshire Census HO107/0418-0433 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Herefordshire 1841 Census comes on 8 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as it is higher quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which do not necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/418-419):<BR/> Amberley, Avonbury, Bishops Grendon, Bockleton, Bodenham, Bowley, Bredenbury, Brockhampton, Bromyard, Bromyard Union Workhouse, Bryan-Maund, Collington, Felton, Grendon Warren, Linton, Little Cowarne, Marden, Much Cowarne, Norton, Ocle Pitchard, Pencombe, Preston Wynne, Saltmarsh, Stanford Bishop, Stoke Bliss, Stoke Lacey, Sutton St Michael, Sutton St Nicholas, Tedstone Delamere, Tedstone Wafer, The Moor, Thornbury, Ullingswick, Upper Sapey, Wacton, Whitbourne, Whitchurch-Maund, Winslow, Withington, Wolferlow <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/420-421):<BR/> Aston Ingham, Brampton Abbots, Brockhampton, Clodock - Crasswall, Clodock - Llanveynoe, Clodock - Longtown, Clodock - Newton, Cusop, Cwmyoy - Bwlch, Cwmyoy - Fwthog, Dormington, Dormington - Bartestree, Fownhope, Fownhope - Fawley, Foy, Hope Mansell, How Caple, Lea, Linton, Llancillo, Michael Church Eskley, Mordiford, Much Marcle, Putley, Ross, Ross Union Workhouse, Rowlstone, Sollers Hope, St Margaret, Upton Bishop, Walford, Walterstone, Weston under Penyard, Woolhope, Woolhope - Putley, Yatton <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/422-423):<BR/> Barton, Bradnor and Rushock, Bishopstone, Both Hergests, Breinton, Bridge Sollers, Brilley, Brinsop, Brobury, Burghill, Burghill - Tillington, Byford, Canon Pion, Clifford, Credenhill, Dinmore, Eardisley, Hampton Bishop, Holmer, Huntington, Kenchester, Kington, Kington Union Workhouse, Lilwall, Pembers Oak and Chickwood, Mansell Gamage, Mansell Lacy, Monnington upon Wye, Moreton upon Lugg, Norton Canon, Pipe and Lyde, Staunton upon Wye, Stretton Sugwas, Tupsley, Wellington, Whitney, Willersley, Winforton, Wormesley, Yazor <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/424-425):<BR/> Ashperton, Aylton, Bishop's-Frome - Eggleton, Bosbury - Upleadon, Canon-Frome, Castle-Frome, Coddington, Colwall, Donnington, East Cradley, Eastnor, Evesbatch, Hailmonds-Frome, Leadon - Walton and Stanford-Regis, Ledbury, Ledbury Union <BR/> Workhouse, Ledbury - Parkhold, Ledbury - St Catharines Hospital, Little Marcle, Lugwardine, Moreton-Jefferies, Munsley, Pixley, Stoke-Edith, Stoke-Edith - West-Hide, Stretton-Grandisome, Tarrington, West Cradley, Weston-Beggard, <BR/> Yarkhill <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/426-427):<BR/> Abbey-Dore, Abbey-Dore Union Workhouse, All Saints - Grafton, Allensmoor, Almeley, Aymestry - Conhope, Aymestry - Over-Lye, Bacton, Birley, Blakemore, Borough of Weobley, Bredwardine, Bullingham Lower, Bullingham Upper, Callow, Clehonger, Dilwyn - Church-Dilwyn, Dilwyn - Fawley, Dilwyn - Haven-with-the-Headland, Dilwyn - Luntley, Dilwyn - Newtown and Hurst, Dilwyn - Sollars-Dilwyn, Dinedore, Dorstone, Dulas, Eardisland, Eaton-Bishop, Euryas-Harold, Haywood Forest Liberty, Holm-Lacy, Kender-Church, Kentchurch, King's Pion, Kingsland - Aston, Kingsland - Lawton, Kingsland - Longford, Kingsland - West-Town, Kingstone, Kinnersley, Letton, Lyonshall, Madley, Moccas, Monkland - Borough of Leominster, Pembridge, Peterchurch, Preston-upon-Wye, Shobdon, St Devereux - Didley, Stretford, Thruxton, Tiberton, Turnastone, Vowchurch, Weobley, Weobley Union Workhouse, Wormbridge<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/428-429):<BR/> Adforton, Payloe and Grange, Aston or Pipe-Aston, Aymestry, Boresford and Pedwardine, Brakes, Brimfield, Brompton-Bryan, Bucknell, Buckton and Coxall, Burrington, Byton, Croft, Croft - Newton, Docklow, Downton, Edvin-Ralph-with-Butterley, Elton, Eye - Luston, Eye - Moreton and Ashto, Eyton, Ford or Ford-bridge, Hatfield with New Hampton, Heath and Jay, Hope-under-Dunmore, Humber, Humber - Risbury, Kimbolton, Kington, Kinsham, Knill, Leinthall-Earls, Leinthall-Stokes, Leintwardine, Lingen, Little Hereford, Little Hereford - Upton, Litton and Cascob, Lower Hampton, Marlow, Mortimer's Cross, Nether-Lye, Presteigne - Combe, Rodd, Nash and Little Brompton, Shirley, Stanton-upon-Arrow, Stapleton, Titley, Trippleton, Walford, Letton and Newton, Whitton, Wigmore - Limebrook, Willey, Yatton <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/430-431):<BR/> Bridstow, Brierley, Broadward, Cholstrey, Eaton, Ganarew, Garway, Goodrich - Glewstone, Goodrich - Huntisham, Hentland, Hide and Wintercott, Ivington, Kilgreague, Llangunnoc, Langstone and Tre-Evan, Laysters, Leominster, Leominster Goal, Leominster Union, Leominster Union Workhouse, Letton - Hurstley, Llangarren - Tredoughan, Llanrothall, Lucton, Ludford, Marstrow, Middleton-on-the-Hill, Newtown, Orleton, Peterstow, Puddlestone-with-While, Richard's Castle, Rochford, Sarnesfield, St Weonard's, Stagbalch, Stoke-Prior, Stottesden - Farlow, Stretford and Henner, Trecilla and Tretilla, Tretire with Michaelchurch, Welsh-Newton, Wharton, Whitchurch, Whitchurch Asylum, Wickton and Risbury, Yarpole, Yarpole - Bircher<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/432-433):<BR/> Acornbuy, Ballingham, Boulstone, Dewsall, Foy, Harewood, Haywood Forest Liberty, Hereford City - All Saints, Hereford City - All Saints and St Nicholas, Hereford City - St John and St Martin, Hereford City - St John Baptist, Hereford City - St John, All Saints and St Peter, Hereford City - St John, St Peter and St Owen, Hereford City - St Martin, Hereford City - St Nicholas, Hereford City County Goal, Hereford City Goal, Hereford City Workhouse, Killpeck, King's Caple, Little Birch, Little Dewchurch, Llandinabo, Llanithog, Llanwarne, Much Birch, Much Dewchurch, Orcrop, Pencwyd, Sellack, Triville <BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $62.85
1841 Leicestershire Census (Full Set) CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - 1841 Leicestershire Census HO107/587-605-FULL COUNTY SET $58.85
1841 Leicestershire Census CD1 HO107/587-589 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Includes:Ab Kettleby HO107/587/1-Barkstone HO107/587/2-Belvoir HO107/587/3-Bescaby HO107/588/16-Billesdon (Poadby) HO107/589/2-Billesdon (Rolleston) HO107/589/3-Billesdon HO107/589/1-Blaston HO107/589/4-Bottesford (Easthorpe) HO107/587/6-Bottesford (Normanton) HO107/587/5-Bottesford HO107/587/4-Branston HO107/587/7-Brentingby (Wyfordby) HO107/588/22-Bringhurst HO107/589/8-Broughton, Nether HO107/587/8-Buckminster HO107/587/9-Burrough HO107/589/11-Burton Lazars (HO107/587/11-Burton Overy HO107/589/12-Carlton Curlieu HO107/589/13-Church Langton HO107/589/15-Cold Overton HO107/588/6-Coston HO107/587/13-Cranoe HO107/589/20-Croxton Kerrial (& Barksby) HO107/587/14-Drayton HO107/589/9-East Langton HO107/589/16-Eastwell HO107/587/16-Eaton HO107/587/17-Edmondthorpe HO107/587/18-Evington HO107/589/21-Garthorpe HO107/587/19-Goodby-Marwood HO107/587/20-Great Bowden HO107/589/5-Great Easton HO107/589/10-Harby HO107/587/21-Harston HO107/587/22-Hose HO107/587/23-Illston HO107/589/14-Kirby Bellars HO107/587/24-Knipton HO107/587/25-Little Dalby HO107/587/15-Long Clawson HO107/587/12-Market Harborough HO107/589/6-Market Harborough HO107/589/7-Market Harborough Union Workhouse HO107/589/5-Melton Mowbray (Freeby) HO107/588/3->Melton Mowbray (Welby) HO107/588/4-Melton Mowbray HO107/588/1-Melton Mowbray HO107/588/2-Muston HO107/588/5-Plungar HO107/588/7-Redmile HO107/588/8-Saltby HO107/588/9-Saxby HO107/588/10-Scalford HO107/588/11-Sewstern HO107/587/10-Somerby HO107/588/12-Sproxton HO107/588/13-Stapleford HO107/588/14-Stathern HO107/588/15-Stonesby HO107/588/16-Sysonby HO107/588/17-Thorpe Arnold HO107/588/18-Thorpe Langton HO107/589/18-Tur Langton HO107/589/19-Waltham HO107/588/19-West Langton HO107/589/17-Withcote HO107/588/20-Wyfordby HO107/588/21-Wymondham HO107/588/23 $19.95
1841 Leicestershire Census CD2 HO107/590-593 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Includes:-Allexton HO107/592/1-Asfordby HO107/592/2-Ashby Folville HO107/592/3-Barkby HO107/592/5-Barkby Thorpe HO107/592/6-Barrow upon Soar HO107/592/8-Barsby (Ashby Folville) HO107/592/4-Beeby HO107/592/9-Belgrave HO107/592/10-Brooksby HO107/592/12-Burton on the Wold (Prestwould) HO107/593/2-Bushby HO107/591/17B-Coates (Prestwould) HO107/593/3-Cold Newton (Lowesby) HO107/592/27-Cossington HO107/592/13-Dry Stoke HO107/591/14B-East Norton HO107/592/28-Faded pages-Fleckney HO107/590/1-Foxton HO107/590/2-Frisby HO107/590/4-Frisby HO107/592/17-Gaddesby HO107/592/18-Galby HO107/590/3-Glooston HO107/590/7-Great Dalby HO107/592/15-Great Glen HO107/590/5-Great Glen Union Workhouse HO107/590/5-19-Great Stretton HO107/590/6-Grimstone HO107/592/19-Gumley HO107/590/8-Hallaton HO107/590/9-Halstead HO107/593/21-Hoby HO107/592/20-Horninghold HO107/590/10-Hoton (Prestwould) HO107/593/4-Houghton on the Hill HO107/590/11-Humberstone HO107/592/21-Hungerton HO107/590/12-Hungerton HO107/592/22-Husbands Bosworth HO107/590/14-Ingarsby HO107/590/13-Keyham (Rothley) HO107/593/10-Kibworth Beauchamp HO107/590/15-Kibworth Harcourt HO107/590/16-Kings Norton HO107/591/5-Knaptoft HO107/590/18-Knossington HO107/590/19-Laughton HO107/591/1-Launde HO107/592/24-Loddington HO107/592/25-Lowesby HO107/592/26-Lubenham HO107/591/2-Marefield HO107/591/19A-Medbourne HO107/591/3-Neville Holt HO107/591/4-North Thurmaston (Barkby) HO107/592/7-Nosely HO107/591/7-Old Dalby HO107/592/16-Owston & Newbold HO107/591/8-Pickwell with Leesthorpe HO107/591/9-Prestwould HO107/593/1-Queenisborough HO107/593/5-Quenby (Hungerton) HO107/592/23-Ragdale HO107/593/6-Ratcliffe on the Wreake HO107/593/7-Rearsby HO107/593/8-Rotherby HO107/593/9-Saddington HO107/591/10-Saxelby HO107/593/13-Scraptoft HO107/591/11-Seagrave HO107/593/14-Shangton HO107/591/12-Shoby HO107/593/15-Sileby HO107/593/16-Skeffington HO107/593/17-Slawston HO107/591/13-Smeeton Westerley HO107/590/17-South Croxton HO107/592/14-South Thurmaston (Barkby) HO107/592/7-South Thurmaston (Belgrave) HO107/592/11-Stockerston HO107/591/14A-Stonton Wyville HO107/591/15-Stoughton (Thurnby) HO107/591/18-Stretton Parva HO107/591/6-Syston HO107/593/18-Theddingworth HO107/591/16-Thorpe Satchville HO107/593/25-Thrussington HO107/593/19-Thurnby HO107/591/17A-Tilton HO107/591/19A-Tilton HO107/593/20-Tugby (Keythorpe) HO107/591/19B-Tugby HO107/593/23-Twyford HO107/593/24-Walton on the Wolds HO107/593/26-Wartnaby (Rothley) HO107/593/11-Welham HO107/591/20-Whatborough HO107/593/22-Wistow HO107/591/21-Wycombe & Chadwell (Rothley) HO107/593/12-Wymeswold HO107/593/27 $19.95
1841 Leicestershire Census CD3 HO107/594 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Includes:-Anstey Pastures HO107/594/1-Ashby de la Zouch - public institutions HO107/594/5-Ashby de la Zouch (West Goscote) HO107/594/3-Ashby de la Zouch (West Goscote) HO107/594/4-Ashby de la Zouch HO107/594/2-Beaumanor (ex par.) HO107/594/10-Beaumont Leys (ex par.) HO107/594/11-Belton HO107/594/13-Birstall HO107/594/12-Blackfordby HO107/594/6-Bradgate (ex par.) HO107/594/19-Breedon HO107/594/14-Castle Donington HO107/594/23-Castle Donington HO107/594/24-Charley (ex par.) HO107/594/20-Cole Orton HO107/594/21-Diseworth HO107/594/22-Garendon (ex par.) HO107/594/25-Gilroe (ex par.) HO107/594/26-Hathern HO107/594/27-Isley Walton (Kegworth) HO107/594/29-Kegworth HO107/594/28-Mount Sorrell HO107/594/7-Quorndon HO107/594/8-Staunton Harrold HO107/594/15-Tonge (Breedon) HO107/594/16-Wilson (Breedon) HO107/594/17-Woodhouse HO107/594/9-Worthington (Breedon) HO107/594/18 $19.95
1841 Leicestershire Census CD4 HO107/595-596 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Includes:-Anstey HO107/596/13-Charley (ex par.) HO107/596/6-Cropston HO107/596/14-Donisthorpe HO107/596/2-Hemington HO107/595/4-Knight Thorpe (Loughborough) HO107/595/5-Langley Priory (ex par.) HO107/595/1-Leicester Abbey (ex par.) HO107/595/2-Lockington HO107/595/3-Long Whatton HO107/596/17-Loughborough HO107/595/10-Loughborough HO107/595/6-Loughborough HO107/595/7-Loughborough HO107/595/8-Loughborough HO107/595/9-Loughborough public institutions HO107/595/11-Netherseal HO107/596/3Newton Linford HO107/595/13-Newton, Nethercott HO107/596/9-Osgathorpe HO107/595/14-Over Seal HO107/596/4-Packington HO107/595/15-Ravenstone HO107/595/16-Rothley HO107/595/17-Rothley Temple HO107/595/19-Seal, Nether and Over HO107/596/1-Sheepshead HO107/596/5-Sheepshead HO107/596/6-Shermans Ground (ex par.) HO107/596/7-South Mountsorrell HO107/595/18-Swannington HO107/596/19-Sweepstone HO107/596/8Swithland HO107/596/10-Thorpeacre with Dishley HO107/596/11Thringstone HO107/596/20-Thurcaston HO107/596/12Ulverscroft (ex par.) HO107/596/15-Wanlip HO107/596/16Whitwick HO107/596/18-Woodthorpe (Loughborough) HO107/595/12 $19.95
1841 Leicestershire Census CD5 HO107/597-599 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Includes:-Arnesby HO107/597/1-Asby Magna HO107/597/2-Ashby Parva HO107/597/3-Aylestone HO107/597/4-Bittesby (Claythorpe) HO107/597/15-Bitteswell HO107/597/6-Blaby HO107/597/7-Braughton Astley HO107/597/9-Bruntingthorpe HO107/597/12-Castle View (ex par.) HO107/597/13-Catthotpe HO107/597/14-Cosby HO107/597/20-Cotes de Val HO107/598/8-Cotesbach HO107/597/22-Countesthorpe HO107/597/8-Dunton Bassett HO107/598/1-Foston HO107/598/2-Frowlesworth HO107/598/3-Gillmorton HO107/598/4-Glen Parva HO107/597/5-Great Claybrooke HO107/597/16-Higston Parva HO107/597/19-Kilby HO107/598/5-Kimcote HO107/598/9-Knaptoft HO107/598/10-Knighton HO107/599/1-Leicester St. Mary HO107/599/2-Leicester St. Mary HO107/599/3-Leire HO107/598/13-Little Claybrooke HO107/597/17-Little Thorpe (Cosby) HO107/597/21-Lutterworth (and Union) HO107/598/15-Lutterworth HO107/598/14-Misterton HO107/599/4-North Kilworth HO107/598/6-Oadby HO107/599/6-Peatling Magna HO107/599/7-Peatling Parva HO107/599/8-Prime Thorpe HO107/597/10-Shawell HO107/599/9-Shearsby HO107/598/11-South Kilworth HO107/598/7-Sutton in the Elms HO107/597/11-Swinford HO107/599/10-Ullesthorpe HO107/597/18-Walcote HO107/599/5-Walton HO107/598/12-Westhill HO107/599/11-Whetstone HO107/599/12-Wigston Magna HO107/599/13-Wigston Magna HO107/599/14-Willoughby Waterless HO107/599/15 $19.95
1841 Leicestershire Census CD6 HO107/600-601 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Includes:-Appleby HO107/600/1-Aston Flamville HO107/600/2-Aston Flamville HO107/600/3-Bardon Park (ex par.) HO107/600/6-Barwell HO107/600/7-Bassett House (ex par.) HO107/600/10-Braunstone HO107/600/20-Cadeby HO107/600/11-Congerston HO107/600/13-Croft HO107/600/14-Dadlington HO107/601/7-Desford HO107/600/15-Earl Shilton HO107/601/13-Elmsthorpe HO107/600/17-Enderby HO107/600/18-Fenny Drayton HO107/600/16-Glenfield Firth HO107/600/21-Glenfield HO107/600/19-Gospshall (ex par.) HO107/600/23-Heather HO107/601/1-Hickley & Workhouse HO107/601/9-Higham on the Hill HO107/601/2-Hinckley HO107/601/4-Hinckley HO107/601/5-Hinckley HO107/601/6-Hugglescote & Donnington HO107/601/11-Ibstock HO107/601/10-Kirby Mallory HO107/601/12-Kirby Muxloe HO107/600/22-Leicester Forest East & West HO107/601/14-Lindley HO107/601/3-Lubbesthorpe HO107/600/5-Osbaston HO107/600/12-Potters Marston HO107/600/8-Sketchley HO107/600/4-Stapleton HO107/600/9-Stoke Golding HO107/601/8 $19.95
1841 Leicestershire Census CD7 HO107/602-603 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Includes:-Atherstone HO107/603/19-Bagworth (Thornton) HO107/603/12-Barlestone HO107/602/2-Barton in the Beans (Barton Fabis) HO107/602/3-Bilstone HO107/602/16-Boteheston & Newton Unthank HO107/602/20-Carlton HO107/602/4-Groby HO107/602/21-Huncote HO107/602/13-Market Bosworth HO107/602/1-Marksfield HO107/602/7-Merevale HO107/602/8-Mythe (ex par.) HO107/602/9-Nailstone HO107/602/10-Narborough HO107/602/12-Newbold Verdon HO107/602/14-Normanton le Heath HO107/602/11-Normanton Turville HO107/603/15-Norton Juxta Twycross HO107/602/15-Odestone HO107/603/3-Orton on the Hill HO107/602/17-Peckleton HO107/602/18-Ratby HO107/602/19-Ratcliffe HO107/603/6-Sapcote HO107/603/1-Shakerstone HO107/603/2-Sharnford HO107/603/4-Sheepy Magna HO107/603/5-Sheepy Parva HO107/603/7-Shenton HO107/602/5-Sibson HO107/603/8-Snarestone HO107/603/10-Stanton Stoney HO107/603/11-Stanton under Bardon HO107/603/13-Sutton Cheney HO107/602/6-Thurlaston HO107/603/14-Twycross HO107/603/16-Upton HO107/603/9-Wellsborough (ex par.) HO107/603/17-Witherley HO107/603/18 $19.95
1841 Leicestershire Census CD8 HO107/604 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Includes:-Leicester St. Margaret & Workhouse HO107/604/19-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/1-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/10-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/11-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/12-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/13-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/14-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/15-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/16-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/17-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/18-Leicester St. margaret HO107/604/2-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/3-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/4-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/5-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/6-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/7-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/8-Leicester St. Margaret HO107/604/9 $19.95
1841 Leicestershire Census CD9 HO107/605 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Includes:-Leicester All Saints HO107/605/1-Leicester All Saints HO107/605/2-Leicester All Saints HO107/605/3-Leicester Blackfriars (ex par.) HO107/605/4-Leicester St. Leonard HO107/605/5-Leicester St. Martin HO107/605/6-Leicester St. Martin HO107/605/7-Leicester St. Mary (Newarks Liberty) HO107/605/13-Leicester St. Mary HO107/605/10-Leicester St. Mary HO107/605/12-Leicester St. Mary HO107/605/4/11-Leicester St. mary HO107/605/8-Leicester St. Mary HO107/605/9-Leicester St. Nicholas HO107/605/14-Leicester White Friars (ex par.) HO107/605/15 $19.95
1841 Lincolnshire Census CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Lincolnshire 1841 Census, which comes as a set of 11 CDs. It contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. Readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived. The Lincolnshire CD set covers the whole of Lincolnshire as it appears on the 1841 Census fiche. Please note: this means that it includes only the places that are part of the Lincolnshire Census Registration Districts, which do not correspond necessarily with county boundaries. <BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. A full list of areas covered by the county of Lincolnshire are in the PRO Class List. <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: PC running Windows 95 (or later), 16MB RAM (minimum), CD-ROM drive, Adobe Acrobat is supplied on CD1 for Windows systems. Macintosh or Unix system with CD-ROM drive. The data is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Registration Districts on CD 1 (HO107/606-610):<BR/><BR/><BR/>Registration Districts on CD 2 (HO107/611-615):<BR/><BR/><BR/>Registration Districts on CD 3 (HO107/616-621):<BR/><BR/><BR/>Registration Districts on CD 4 (HO107/322-626):<BR/><BR/><BR/>Registration Districts on CD 5 (HO107/627-630):<BR/><BR/><BR/>Registration Districts on CD 6 (HO107/631-635):<BR/><BR/><BR/>Registration Districts on CD 7 (HO107/636-639):<BR/><BR/><BR/>Registration Districts on CD 8 (HO107/640-643):<BR/><BR/><BR/>Registration Districts on CD 9 (HO107/644-646):<BR/><BR/><BR/>Registration Districts on CD 10 (HO107/647-650):<BR/><BR/><BR/>Registration Districts on CD 11 (HO107/651):<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $64.85
1841 Monmouthshire Census (HO107/0972-0752) CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Monmouthshire 1841 Census comes on 7 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as this is the best possible quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which DO NOT necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/742-743):<BR/> Aberystwith, Abergavenny, Abercore Workhouse, Cwmyoy Lower, Cwmyoy Upper, Goytrey, Hardwicke, Llanarth, Llanellen, Llanfoist, Llangattock-Llingoed, Llanhileth or Llanhiddel, Llanover (Upper), Llanover (Lower), Llansaintfread, Llanthewy-Rhytherch, Llanthewy-Skirrid, Llantillio-Pertholey - Citra, Llantillio-Pertholey - Ultra, Llanvair-Kilgidin, Llanvapley, Llanvetherine, Llanvihangel-Crucorney, Llanvihangel-nigh-Usk, Llanwenarth-Citra, Llanwenarth-Ultra, Llangattock-nigh-Usk, Lloyndu.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/744-746):<BR/> Abersychan-Gellywood, Bishton or Bishopstone, Caerwent, Caldicott, Chepstow, Christchurch - Caerton-ultra-Pontem, Crick, Dinham, Goldclif, Hardwick, Hardwick Union Workhouse, Howick, Ifton, Itton, Llanbeder, Llandevenny, Llangstone, Llanmartin & Llandevaud, Llanvaches, Llanvair-Discoed, Llanvihangel-near-Roggiet, Llanwern, Magor, Mamhilad, Matherne, Mounton, Nash, Newchurch East, Newchurch West, Oldcastle, Penhow, Penterry, Pont-y-Pool, Pontypool - Temporary Barracks, Pontypool - The Barracks, Portscuett, Redwick, Roggiett, Shire-Newton, St Arrans, St Bride's Netherwent, St Pierre, Trevethan, Undy, Wilerick or Willcrick, Witston or Whitson.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/747-748):<BR/> Bettws-Newydd, Brynagwyn, Chapel-Hill, Clytha, Cwmcarvan, Dingestow, Dixton Hadnock, Dixton Newton, Gracedieu Park, Grosmont, Kilgwrrwg, Llanarth, Llandenny, Llandogo, Llangattock-Vibon-Avel, Llangoven, Llangua, Llanishen, Llansoy, Llantillio-Crossenny, Llanvihangel-Crucurney, Llanvihangel-Tor-y-Mynedd, Llanvihangel-ystern-Llewern, Mitchel-Troy, Penalth, Penbiddle, Penrose, Pen-y-clawdd, Portcassegg, Ragland, Rockfield, Skenfreth, St Arvans, St Maughan's, Tintern-Parva, Tregare, Trelleck, Trelleck-Grange, Welsh Bicknor, Wolves-Newton, Wonastow, Wyesham.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/749):<BR/> Caerleon, Glascoed, Gwehellog, Gwernesney, Icha, Kemeys Commander, Kemeys Inferior, Llanbadock, Llandegveth, Llangattock, Llangeview, Llangibby, Llangwm, Llanhennock, Llanllowell, Llantarnam, Llanthewy-Vach, Llantrissent, Llanvihangel-Llantarnam, Llanvihangel-Pont-y-Moile, Llanvrechra Lower, Llanvrechra Temporary Barracks, Llanvrechra Upper, Llanvrechra Workhouse, Monkswood, Panteague, Panteague Temporary Barracks, Tredunnock, Trostrey, Ucha, Usk, Usk House of Correction.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/750):<BR/> Bassaleg, Bedwas Lower, Bedwas Upper, Bedwelty, Bettws, Coedkernew, Duffryn, Henllis, Ishlawrcoed, Mamhole or Manmoel, Rogerstone, Ushlawrcoed.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/751):<BR/> Allyweully Barracks, Borough of St Woollos & Newport, Clawrplwyf, Machen Lower, Machen Upper, Malpas, Marshfield, Michaelstone-le-Vedw, Military Hospital, Mynyddmaen, Mynyddyslwyn, Penmain, Pillgwenlly, Risca, Rumney, Seamens Hospital Newport, St Bride Wentllooge, St Mellons, St Woollos, St Woollos Workhouse, St Woollos with Newport.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/752):<BR/> Monmouth, Monmouth County Goal, Monmouth Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $46.85
1841 Monmouthshire Census CD1 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Monmouthshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/742-743, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/742-743):<BR/> Aberystwith, Abergavenny, Abercore Workhouse, Cwmyoy Lower, Cwmyoy Upper, Goytrey, Hardwicke, Llanarth, Llanellen, Llanfoist, Llangattock-Llingoed, Llanhileth or Llanhiddel, Llanover (Upper), Llanover (Lower), Llansaintfread, Llanthewy-Rhytherch, Llanthewy-Skirrid, Llantillio-Pertholey - Citra, Llantillio-Pertholey - Ultra, Llanvair-Kilgidin, Llanvapley, Llanvetherine, Llanvihangel-Crucorney, Llanvihangel-nigh-Usk, Llanwenarth-Citra, Llanwenarth-Ultra, Llangattock-nigh-Usk, Lloyndu.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Monmouthshire Census CD2 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Monmouthshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/744-746, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/744-746):<BR/> Abersychan-Gellywood, Bishton or Bishopstone, Caerwent, Caldicott, Chepstow, Christchurch - Caerton-ultra-Pontem, Crick, Dinham, Goldclif, Hardwick, Hardwick Union Workhouse, Howick, Ifton, Itton, Llanbeder, Llandevenny, Llangstone, Llanmartin & Llandevaud, Llanvaches, Llanvair-Discoed, Llanvihangel-near-Roggiet, Llanwern, Magor, Mamhilad, Matherne, Mounton, Nash, Newchurch East, Newchurch West, Oldcastle, Penhow, Penterry, Pont-y-Pool, Pontypool - Temporary Barracks, Pontypool - The Barracks, Portscuett, Redwick, Roggiett, Shire-Newton, St Arrans, St Bride's Netherwent, St Pierre, Trevethan, Undy, Wilerick or Willcrick, Witston or Whitson.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Monmouthshire Census CD3 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Monmouthshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/747-748, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/747-748):<BR/> Bettws-Newydd, Brynagwyn, Chapel-Hill, Clytha, Cwmcarvan, Dingestow, Dixton Hadnock, Dixton Newton, Gracedieu Park, Grosmont, Kilgwrrwg, Llanarth, Llandenny, Llandogo, Llangattock-Vibon-Avel, Llangoven, Llangua, Llanishen, Llansoy, Llantillio-Crossenny, Llanvihangel-Crucurney, Llanvihangel-Tor-y-Mynedd, Llanvihangel-ystern-Llewern, Mitchel-Troy, Penalth, Penbiddle, Penrose, Pen-y-clawdd, Portcassegg, Ragland, Rockfield, Skenfreth, St Arvans, St Maughan's, Tintern-Parva, Tregare, Trelleck, Trelleck-Grange, Welsh Bicknor, Wolves-Newton, Wonastow, Wyesham.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Monmouthshire Census CD4 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Monmouthshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/749, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/749):<BR/> Caerleon, Glascoed, Gwehellog, Gwernesney, Icha, Kemeys Commander, Kemeys Inferior, Llanbadock, Llandegveth, Llangattock, Llangeview, Llangibby, Llangwm, Llanhennock, Llanllowell, Llantarnam, Llanthewy-Vach, Llantrissent, Llanvihangel-Llantarnam, Llanvihangel-Pont-y-Moile, Llanvrechra Lower, Llanvrechra Temporary Barracks, Llanvrechra Upper, Llanvrechra Workhouse, Monkswood, Panteague, Panteague Temporary Barracks, Tredunnock, Trostrey, Ucha, Usk, Usk House of Correction.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Monmouthshire Census CD5 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Monmouthshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/750, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/750):<BR/> Bassaleg, Bedwas Lower, Bedwas Upper, Bedwelty, Bettws, Coedkernew, Duffryn, Henllis, Ishlawrcoed, Mamhole or Manmoel, Rogerstone, Ushlawrcoed.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Monmouthshire Census CD6 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Monmouthshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/751, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/751):<BR/> Allyweully Barracks, Borough of St Woollos & Newport, Clawrplwyf, Machen Lower, Machen Upper, Malpas, Marshfield, Michaelstone-le-Vedw, Military Hospital, Mynyddmaen, Mynyddyslwyn, Penmain, Pillgwenlly, Risca, Rumney, Seamens Hospital Newport, St Bride Wentllooge, St Mellons, St Woollos, St Woollos Workhouse, St Woollos with Newport.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Monmouthshire Census CD7 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Monmouthshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/752, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/752):<BR/> Monmouth, Monmouth County Goal, Monmouth Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Norfolk Census CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Norfolk 1841 Census comes on 9 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as it is higher quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which do not necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/753-757):<BR/> Aldeby, Ashwellthorpe, Aslacton, Barton Bendish, Barton St Mary & All Saints, Beechamwell, Bexwell, Blofield, Boughton, Bradeston, Brooke, Brundall, Buckenham, Bunwell, Burgh Apton, Burgh St Peter, Burlingham St Andrew, Burlingham, St Edmond, Burlingham St Peter, Burnham Deepdale, Burnham Norton, Burnham Overy, Burnham Sutton & Ulph, Burnham Thorpe, Burnham Westgate, Cantley, Carleton Rode, County Lunatic Asylum, Crimplesham, Denver, Downham Market, Downham Union Workhouse, Ellingham, Fincham, Fordham, Forncett St Mary, Forncett St Peter, Freethorpe, Fritton, Fundenhall, Geldeston, Gillingham, Great Plumstead, Haddiscoe, Hales, Hapton, Hardwick, Hassingham, Heckingham, Heckingham Workhouse, Hempnall, Hilgay, Holme next Runc, Howe, Kirby Cane, Limpenhoe, Lingwood, Little Plumstead, Marham, Morning Thorpe, Moulton St Michael, North Creake, Norton Subcourse, Outwell, Postwick, Raveningham, Roxham, Runcton South, Ryston, Shelton, Shingham, Shouldham, Shouldham Thorpe, South Creake, Southery, Southwood, Stockton, Stoke Ferry, Stoke Ferry Private Lunatic Asylum, Stow Bardolph, Stradsett, Stratton St Mary, Stratton St Michael, Strumpshaw, Talconeston, Tasburgh, Tharston, Thorpe, Thorpe next Haddiscoe, Thorpe County Lunatic Asylum, Thurlton, Tibenham, Toft Monks, Tottenhill, Upwell, Wallington with Thorpland, Waterden, Watlington, Welney Chapelry, Wereham, West Dereham, Wheatacre, Wimbotsham, Witton, Wormegay, Wretton<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/758-762):<BR/> Alburgh, Alby, Aldborough, Antingham, Aylmerton, Aylsham, Baconsthorpe, Banningham, Barmingham - Norwood, Barmingham - Winter, Barningham Parva, Beeston Regis, Belaugh, Bessingham, Billingford, Blickling, Booton, Brampton, Brockdish, Burgh next Aylsham, Burston, Buxton, Buxton Workhouse, Calthorpe, Cawston, Colby, Coltishall, Corpusty, Cromer, Denton, Dickleburgh, Dickleburgh - Langmere, Diss, Earsham, East Beckham, Erpingham, Felbrigg, Fersfield, Frenze, Gimingham, Gimingham Union Workhouse, Gissing, Gresham, Gunton, Hautbois Magna, Hevingham, Heydon, Ingworth, Irmingland, Itteringham, Knapton, Lamas with Hautbois, Mannington, Marsham, Matlaske, Mensham, Metton, Mundesley, Needham, North Repps, Oulton, Oulton Workhouse, Overstrand, Oxnead, Plumstead, Pulham St Mary Magdelen or Pulham Market, Pulham St Mary the Virgin, Redenhall with Harleston, Roughton, Roydon, Runton, Rushall, Saxthorpe, Scole or Osmondiston, Scottow, Sherringham, Sherringham Workhouse, Shelfanger, Shimpling, Sidestrand, Skeyton, South Repps, Starston, Stratton Strawless, Sustead, Swafield, Swanton Abbot, Thorpe Abbotts, Thorpe Market, Thurgarton, Thwaite, Tivetshall St Margaret, Tivetshall St Mary, Trimingham, Trunch, Tuttington, West Beckham, Wickmere, Winfarthing, Wolterton, Wortwell<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/763-769):<BR/> Alderford, Anmer, Ashby with Oby, Ashwicken, Babingley, Barford, Barnham Broom, Bawdeswell, Bawsey, Billingford, Billockby, Bintree, Bowthorpe, Brandiston, Brandon Parva, Burgh St Margaret, Bylaugh, Caister, Carleton Forehoe, Castle Acre, Castle Rising, Clippesby, Colton, Congham, Costessy, Coston, Crownthorpe, Deopham, Dersingham, East Somerton, East Walton, East Winch, Easton, Elsing, Filby, Flitcham cum Appleton, Foulsham, Foxley, Gayton, Gayton Thorpe, Gaywood, Great Massingham, Great Witchingham, Grimstone, Guestwick, Guist, Hackford, Hackford, Harpley, Haveringland, Hemsby, Hillington, Hindolveston, Hingham, Honingham, Kerdiston, Kimberley, Leziate, Little Massingham, Little Witchingham, Lyng, Marlingford, Martham, Mautby, Middleton, Mintlyn, Morley St Botolph, Morley St Peter, Morton on the Hill, North Runcton with Hardwick, North Wootton, Ormesby St Margaret, Ormesby St Michael, Pentney, Reepham, Repps with Bastwick, Ringland, Rollesby, Roydon, Runhall, Runham, Salle, Sandringham, Scratby, Setchey, South Wootton, Sparham, Stokesby with Herringby, Swanington, Themelthorpe, Thrigby, Thurne, Thurning, Twyford, Welborne, West Acre, West Bilney, West Newton, West Somerton, West Winch, Weston Longville, Whitwell, Wicklewood, Winterton, Wolferton, Wood Dalling, Wood Norton, Wramplingham, Wymondham<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/770-773):<BR/> Bagthorpe, Barmer, Barney, Binham, Bodney, Broomsthorpe, Caldecote, Clenchwarton, Cockley Cley, Cockthorpe, Didlington, Dunton cum Doughton, East Barsham, East Bradenham, East Raynham, Edgmere, Emneth, Fakenham Lancaster, Field Dalling, Foulden, Fulmodeston cum Croxton, Gooderstone, Great Cressingham, Great Ryburgh, Great Snoring, Great Walsingham, Helhoughton, Hempton, Hilborough, Hindringham, Hockham, Holme Hale, Houghton on the Hill, Houghton St Giles, Kettlestone, Langford, Little Cressingham, Little Ryburgh, Little Snoring, Little Walsingham, Narborough, Narford, Necton, New Houghton, Newton by Castle Acre, North Barsham, North Lynn - (Damaged Pages), North Pickenham, Oxborough, Pensthorpe, Pudding Norton, Quarles, Sculthorpe, Shereford, South Acre, South Pickenham, South Raynham, Sporle with Palgrave, Stibbard, Stiffkey, Swaffham, Syderstone, Tatterford, Tatterset, Terrington St Clement, Terrington St John, Testerton, Thursford, Tilney All Saints, Tilney St Lawrence, Tilney with Islington, Toftrees, Walpole St Andrew, Walpole St Peter, Walsoken, Warham All Saints, Warham St Mary, Wells Next The Sea, West Barsham, West Bradenham, West Raynham, West Rudham, West Walton, Wiggenhall St German, Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen, Wiggenhall St Mary The Virgin, Wiggenhall St Peter, Wighton<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/774-777):<BR/> Arminghall, Bale, Banham, Bedham, Bessingham, Bixley, Blakeney, Blo Norton, Bodham, Bracon Ash, Bramerton, Briningham, Brinton, Briston, Brumstead, Buckenham Tofts, Caister St Edmund, Catfield, Cley, Colney, Colveston, Coston, Cranwich, Cringleford, Dunston, East Carleton, East Harling, East Ruston, Edgefield, Feltwell, Flordon, Framingham Earl, Framingham Pigot, Garboldisham, Gasthorpe, Glandford cum Bayfield, Glandford with Bayfield, Gunthorpe, Happisburgh, Hempstead, Hempstead with Eccles, Hethel, Hethersett, Hickling, Hockwold cum Wilton, Holt, Holverston, Horsey, Hunworth, Ickburgh, Ingham, Intwood, Kelling, Kenninghall, Keswick, Ketteringham, Kirby Bedon, Langham, Lessingham, Letheringsett, Ludham, Lynford, Markshall, Melton Constable, Melton Magna, Melton Parva, Methwold, Morston, Mulbarton, Mundford, Newton Flotman, North Lopham, Northwold, Palling, Poringland, Potter Heigham, Quidenham, Riddlesworth, Rockland, Rushford, Salthouse, Santon, Saxlingham, Saxlingham Nethergate, Saxlingham Thorpe, Sharrington, Shotesham All Saints, Shotesham St Mary & St Martin, South Lopham, Stalham, Stanford, Stody, Stoke Holy Cross, Sturston, Surlingham, Sutton, Swainsthorpe, Swanton Novers, Swardeston, Thornage, Trowse Newton, Walcott, Waxham, Weeting with Bromehill, West Tofts, Weybourne, Whitlingham, Wiveton, Wreningham, Yelverton<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/778-781):<BR/> Alpington, Ashby, Attleborough, Bedingham, Beeston with Bittering, Beetley, Besthorpe, Brettenham, Bridgham, Brisley, Broome, Chedgrave, Claxton, Colkirk, Cranworth, Ditchingham, East Bilney, East Dereham, East Lexham, East Tuddenham, East Wretham, Eccles, Garveston, Gateley, Great Dunham, Great Ellingham, Great Fransham, Gressenhall, Hardingham, Hardley, Hargham, Hedenham, Hellington, Hockering, Hockham, Hoe, Horningtoft, Illington, Kempostone, Kilverstone, Kirstead, Langley, Larling, Letton, Litcham, Little Dunham, Little Fransham, Loddon, Longham, Mattishall, Mattishall Burgh, Mileham, Mundham, New Buckenham, North Elmham, North Tuddenham, Old Buckenham, Oxwick with Pattesley, Reymerston, Rockland All Saints, Rockland St Andrew, Roudham, Rougham, Scarning, Seething, Shipdham, Shropham, Sisland, Snetterton, Southburgh, Stanfield, Swanton Morley, Thurlton, Thuxton, Thwaite, Tittleshall cum Godwick, Topcroft, Weasenham All Saints, Weasenham St Peter, Wellingham, Wendling, West Lexham, West Wretham, Westfield, Whinburgh, Whissonsett,Wilby, Woodrising, Woodton, Worthing, Yaxham<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/782-785):<BR/> Acle, Ashill, Ashmanhaugh, Attleborough, Bacton, Barton Turf, Barwick, Beeston St Lawrence, Beighton, Besthorpe, Bircham Magna, Bircham Newton, Bircham Tofts, Bradfield, Brancaster, Breckles, Brettenham, Bridgham, Carbrooke, Caston, Crostwight, Dilham, Docking, East Wretham, Eccles, Edingthorpe, Felmingham, Fring, Great Ellingham, Griston, Halvergate, Hargham, Heacham, Hemblington, Hockham, Holme Next The Sea, Honing, Horning, Hoveton St John, Hoveton St Peter, Hunstanton, Illington, Ingoldisthorpe, Irstead, Kilverstone, Larling, Little Ellingham, Merton, Moulton, Neatishead, New Buckenham, North Walsham, Old Buckenham, Ovington, Paston, Ranworth with Panxworth, Reedham, Ridlington, Ringstead, Rockland All Saints, Rockland St Andrew, Rockland St Peter, Roudham, Saham Toney, Sco Ruston, Scoulton, Sedgeford, Shernborne, Shropham, Sloley, Smallburgh, Snetterton, Snettisham, South Walsham, Stanhoe, Stow Bedon, Swafield, Thompson, Thornham, Threxton, Tottington, Tunstall, Tunstead, Upton with Fishley, Watton, West Wretham, Westwick, Wickhampton, Wilby, Witton, Woodbastwick, Worstead<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/786-789):<BR/> Earlham St Mary, Heigham, Hellesdon, King's Lynn St Margaret, Lakenham, Norwich All Saints, Norwich St Andrew, Norwich St Augustine, Norwich St Benedict, Norwich St Clement, Norwich St Edmund, Norwich St Etheldred, Norwich St George of Colegate, Norwich St George Tombland, Norwich St Giles, Norwich St Gregory, Norwich St Helen, Norwich St James with Pockthorpe, Norwich St John de Sepulchre, Norwich St John Maddermarket, Norwich St John of Timberhill, Norwich St Julian, Norwich St Lawrence, Norwich St Margaret, Norwich St Martin at Oak, Norwich St Martin at Palace, Norwich St Mary, Norwich St Mary in the Marsh, South Lynn All Saints<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 9 (HO107/790-794):<BR/> Eaton St Andrew, Great Yarmouth, Norwich St Michael at Coslany, Norwich St Michael at Plea, Norwich St Michael at Thorn, Norwich St Paul, Norwich St Peter Hungate, Norwich St Peter Mancroft, Norwich St Peter per Mountergate, Norwich St Peter Southgate, Norwich St Saviour, Norwich St Simon and St Jude, Norwich St Stephen, Norwich St Swithin, Thetford St Cuthbert, Thetford St Mary, Thetford St Peter, Thorpe St Andrew, Trowse with Carrow and Bracondale<BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $69.85
1841 Norfolk Census CD1 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Norfolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/753-757, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/753-757):<BR/> Aldeby, Ashwellthorpe, Aslacton, Barton Bendish, Barton St Mary & All Saints, Beechamwell, Bexwell, Blofield, Boughton, Bradeston, Brooke, Brundall, Buckenham, Bunwell, Burgh Apton, Burgh St Peter, Burlingham St Andrew, Burlingham, St Edmond, Burlingham St Peter, Burnham Deepdale, Burnham Norton, Burnham Overy, Burnham Sutton & Ulph, Burnham Thorpe, Burnham Westgate, Cantley, Carleton Rode, County Lunatic Asylum, Crimplesham, Denver, Downham Market, Downham Union Workhouse, Ellingham, Fincham, Fordham, Forncett St Mary, Forncett St Peter, Freethorpe, Fritton, Fundenhall, Geldeston, Gillingham, Great Plumstead, Haddiscoe, Hales, Hapton, Hardwick, Hassingham, Heckingham, Heckingham Workhouse, Hempnall, Hilgay, Holme next Runc, Howe, Kirby Cane, Limpenhoe, Lingwood, Little Plumstead, Marham, Morning Thorpe, Moulton St Michael, North Creake, Norton Subcourse, Outwell, Postwick, Raveningham, Roxham, Runcton South, Ryston, Shelton, Shingham, Shouldham, Shouldham Thorpe, South Creake, Southery, Southwood, Stockton, Stoke Ferry, Stoke Ferry Private Lunatic Asylum, Stow Bardolph, Stradsett, Stratton St Mary, Stratton St Michael, Strumpshaw, Talconeston, Tasburgh, Tharston, Thorpe, Thorpe next Haddiscoe, Thorpe County Lunatic Asylum, Thurlton, Tibenham, Toft Monks, Tottenhill, Upwell, Wallington with Thorpland, Waterden, Watlington, Welney Chapelry, Wereham, West Dereham, Wheatacre, Wimbotsham, Witton, Wormegay, Wretton<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Norfolk Census CD2 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Norfolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/758-762, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/758-762):<BR/> Alburgh, Alby, Aldborough, Antingham, Aylmerton, Aylsham, Baconsthorpe, Banningham, Barmingham - Norwood, Barmingham - Winter, Barningham Parva, Beeston Regis, Belaugh, Bessingham, Billingford, Blickling, Booton, Brampton, Brockdish, Burgh next Aylsham, Burston, Buxton, Buxton Workhouse, Calthorpe, Cawston, Colby, Coltishall, Corpusty, Cromer, Denton, Dickleburgh, Dickleburgh - Langmere, Diss, Earsham, East Beckham, Erpingham, Felbrigg, Fersfield, Frenze, Gimingham, Gimingham Union Workhouse, Gissing, Gresham, Gunton, Hautbois Magna, Hevingham, Heydon, Ingworth, Irmingland, Itteringham, Knapton, Lamas with Hautbois, Mannington, Marsham, Matlaske, Mensham, Metton, Mundesley, Needham, North Repps, Oulton, Oulton Workhouse, Overstrand, Oxnead, Plumstead, Pulham St Mary Magdelen or Pulham Market, Pulham St Mary the Virgin, Redenhall with Harleston, Roughton, Roydon, Runton, Rushall, Saxthorpe, Scole or Osmondiston, Scottow, Sherringham, Sherringham Workhouse, Shelfanger, Shimpling, Sidestrand, Skeyton, South Repps, Starston, Stratton Strawless, Sustead, Swafield, Swanton Abbot, Thorpe Abbotts, Thorpe Market, Thurgarton, Thwaite, Tivetshall St Margaret, Tivetshall St Mary, Trimingham, Trunch, Tuttington, West Beckham, Wickmere, Winfarthing, Wolterton, Wortwell<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Norfolk Census CD3 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Norfolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/763-769, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/763-769):<BR/> Alderford, Anmer, Ashby with Oby, Ashwicken, Babingley, Barford, Barnham Broom, Bawdeswell, Bawsey, Billingford, Billockby, Bintree, Bowthorpe, Brandiston, Brandon Parva, Burgh St Margaret, Bylaugh, Caister, Carleton Forehoe, Castle Acre, Castle Rising, Clippesby, Colton, Congham, Costessy, Coston, Crownthorpe, Deopham, Dersingham, East Somerton, East Walton, East Winch, Easton, Elsing, Filby, Flitcham cum Appleton, Foulsham, Foxley, Gayton, Gayton Thorpe, Gaywood, Great Massingham, Great Witchingham, Grimstone, Guestwick, Guist, Hackford, Hackford, Harpley, Haveringland, Hemsby, Hillington, Hindolveston, Hingham, Honingham, Kerdiston, Kimberley, Leziate, Little Massingham, Little Witchingham, Lyng, Marlingford, Martham, Mautby, Middleton, Mintlyn, Morley St Botolph, Morley St Peter, Morton on the Hill, North Runcton with Hardwick, North Wootton, Ormesby St Margaret, Ormesby St Michael, Pentney, Reepham, Repps with Bastwick, Ringland, Rollesby, Roydon, Runhall, Runham, Salle, Sandringham, Scratby, Setchey, South Wootton, Sparham, Stokesby with Herringby, Swanington, Themelthorpe, Thrigby, Thurne, Thurning, Twyford, Welborne, West Acre, West Bilney, West Newton, West Somerton, West Winch, Weston Longville, Whitwell, Wicklewood, Winterton, Wolferton, Wood Dalling, Wood Norton, Wramplingham, Wymondham<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Norfolk Census CD4 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Norfolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/770-773, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/770-773):<BR/> Bagthorpe, Barmer, Barney, Binham, Bodney, Broomsthorpe, Caldecote, Clenchwarton, Cockley Cley, Cockthorpe, Didlington, Dunton cum Doughton, East Barsham, East Bradenham, East Raynham, Edgmere, Emneth, Fakenham Lancaster, Field Dalling, Foulden, Fulmodeston cum Croxton, Gooderstone, Great Cressingham, Great Ryburgh, Great Snoring, Great Walsingham, Helhoughton, Hempton, Hilborough, Hindringham, Hockham, Holme Hale, Houghton on the Hill, Houghton St Giles, Kettlestone, Langford, Little Cressingham, Little Ryburgh, Little Snoring, Little Walsingham, Narborough, Narford, Necton, New Houghton, Newton by Castle Acre, North Barsham, North Lynn - (Damaged Pages), North Pickenham, Oxborough, Pensthorpe, Pudding Norton, Quarles, Sculthorpe, Shereford, South Acre, South Pickenham, South Raynham, Sporle with Palgrave, Stibbard, Stiffkey, Swaffham, Syderstone, Tatterford, Tatterset, Terrington St Clement, Terrington St John, Testerton, Thursford, Tilney All Saints, Tilney St Lawrence, Tilney with Islington, Toftrees, Walpole St Andrew, Walpole St Peter, Walsoken, Warham All Saints, Warham St Mary, Wells Next The Sea, West Barsham, West Bradenham, West Raynham, West Rudham, West Walton, Wiggenhall St German, Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen, Wiggenhall St Mary The Virgin, Wiggenhall St Peter, Wighton<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Norfolk Census CD5 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Norfolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/774-777, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/774-777):<BR/> Arminghall, Bale, Banham, Bedham, Bessingham, Bixley, Blakeney, Blo Norton, Bodham, Bracon Ash, Bramerton, Briningham, Brinton, Briston, Brumstead, Buckenham Tofts, Caister St Edmund, Catfield, Cley, Colney, Colveston, Coston, Cranwich, Cringleford, Dunston, East Carleton, East Harling, East Ruston, Edgefield, Feltwell, Flordon, Framingham Earl, Framingham Pigot, Garboldisham, Gasthorpe, Glandford cum Bayfield, Glandford with Bayfield, Gunthorpe, Happisburgh, Hempstead, Hempstead with Eccles, Hethel, Hethersett, Hickling, Hockwold cum Wilton, Holt, Holverston, Horsey, Hunworth, Ickburgh, Ingham, Intwood, Kelling, Kenninghall, Keswick, Ketteringham, Kirby Bedon, Langham, Lessingham, Letheringsett, Ludham, Lynford, Markshall, Melton Constable, Melton Magna, Melton Parva, Methwold, Morston, Mulbarton, Mundford, Newton Flotman, North Lopham, Northwold, Palling, Poringland, Potter Heigham, Quidenham, Riddlesworth, Rockland, Rushford, Salthouse, Santon, Saxlingham, Saxlingham Nethergate, Saxlingham Thorpe, Sharrington, Shotesham All Saints, Shotesham St Mary & St Martin, South Lopham, Stalham, Stanford, Stody, Stoke Holy Cross, Sturston, Surlingham, Sutton, Swainsthorpe, Swanton Novers, Swardeston, Thornage, Trowse Newton, Walcott, Waxham, Weeting with Bromehill, West Tofts, Weybourne, Whitlingham, Wiveton, Wreningham, Yelverton<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Norfolk Census CD6 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Norfolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/778-781, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/778-781):<BR/> Alpington, Ashby, Attleborough, Bedingham, Beeston with Bittering, Beetley, Besthorpe, Brettenham, Bridgham, Brisley, Broome, Chedgrave, Claxton, Colkirk, Cranworth, Ditchingham, East Bilney, East Dereham, East Lexham, East Tuddenham, East Wretham, Eccles, Garveston, Gateley, Great Dunham, Great Ellingham, Great Fransham, Gressenhall, Hardingham, Hardley, Hargham, Hedenham, Hellington, Hockering, Hockham, Hoe, Horningtoft, Illington, Kempostone, Kilverstone, Kirstead, Langley, Larling, Letton, Litcham, Little Dunham, Little Fransham, Loddon, Longham, Mattishall, Mattishall Burgh, Mileham, Mundham, New Buckenham, North Elmham, North Tuddenham, Old Buckenham, Oxwick with Pattesley, Reymerston, Rockland All Saints, Rockland St Andrew, Roudham, Rougham, Scarning, Seething, Shipdham, Shropham, Sisland, Snetterton, Southburgh, Stanfield, Swanton Morley, Thurlton, Thuxton, Thwaite, Tittleshall cum Godwick, Topcroft, Weasenham All Saints, Weasenham St Peter, Wellingham, Wendling, West Lexham, West Wretham, Westfield, Whinburgh, Whissonsett, Wilby, Woodrising, Woodton, Worthing, Yaxham<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Norfolk Census CD7 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Norfolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/782-785, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/782-785):<BR/> Acle, Ashill, Ashmanhaugh, Attleborough, Bacton, Barton Turf, Barwick, Beeston St Lawrence, Beighton, Besthorpe, Bircham Magna, Bircham Newton, Bircham Tofts, Bradfield, Brancaster, Breckles, Brettenham, Bridgham, Carbrooke, Caston, Crostwight, Dilham, Docking, East Wretham, Eccles, Edingthorpe, Felmingham, Fring, Great Ellingham, Griston, Halvergate, Hargham, Heacham, Hemblington, Hockham, Holme Next The Sea, Honing, Horning, Hoveton St John, Hoveton St Peter, Hunstanton, Illington, Ingoldisthorpe, Irstead, Kilverstone, Larling, Little Ellingham, Merton, Moulton, Neatishead, New Buckenham, North Walsham, Old Buckenham, Ovington, Paston, Ranworth with Panxworth, Reedham, Ridlington, Ringstead, Rockland All Saints, Rockland St Andrew, Rockland St Peter, Roudham, Saham Toney, Sco Ruston, Scoulton, Sedgeford, Shernborne, Shropham, Sloley, Smallburgh, Snetterton, Snettisham, South Walsham, Stanhoe, Stow Bedon, Swafield, Thompson, Thornham, Threxton, Tottington, Tunstall, Tunstead, Upton with Fishley, Watton, West Wretham, Westwick, Wickhampton, Wilby, Witton, Woodbastwick, Worstead<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Norfolk Census CD8 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Norfolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/786-789, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the firstgeneration films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/786-789):<BR/> Earlham St Mary, Heigham, Hellesdon, King's Lynn St Margaret, Lakenham, Norwich All Saints, Norwich St Andrew, Norwich St Augustine, Norwich St Benedict, Norwich St Clement, Norwich St Edmund, Norwich St Etheldred, Norwich St George of Colegate, Norwich St George Tombland, Norwich St Giles, Norwich St Gregory, Norwich St Helen, Norwich St James with Pockthorpe, Norwich St John de Sepulchre, Norwich St John Maddermarket, Norwich St John of Timberhill, Norwich St Julian, Norwich St Lawrence, Norwich St Margaret, Norwich St Martin at Oak, Norwich St Martin at Palace, Norwich St Mary, Norwich St Mary in the Marsh, South Lynn All Saints<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Norfolk Census CD9 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Norfolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/790-794, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 9 (HO107/790-794):<BR/> Eaton St Andrew, Great Yarmouth, Norwich St Michael at Coslany, Norwich St Michael at Plea, Norwich St Michael at Thorn, Norwich St Paul, Norwich St Peter Hungate, Norwich St Peter Mancroft, Norwich St Peter per Mountergate, Norwich St Peter Southgate, Norwich St Saviour, Norwich St Simon and St Jude, Norwich St Stephen, Norwich St Swithin, Thetford St Cuthbert, Thetford St Mary, Thetford St Peter, Thorpe St Andrew, Trowse with Carrow and Bracondale<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Nottinghamshire Census CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Nottinghamshire 1841 Census comes on 11 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as it is higher quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which do not necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties.<BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/> Places on CD 1 (HO107/849):<BR/> Askham, Babworth, Barnby Moor, Beckingham, Bevercotes, Bilsthorpe, Blyth, Bole, Bolham, Bothamsall, Boughton, Carlton in Lindrick, Clarborough, Clayworth, Coates, Cuckney, Darlton, Drakeholes, Dunham, East Retford Union Workhouse, East Drayton, Gringley, Habblesthorpe, Hodsock, Holbeck, Little Gringley, Moorgate, Nether Langwith, Nornay In Styrrup, Norton, Olcotes, Ragnall, Ranskill, Styrrup, Torworth, Welham, West Burton, West Drayton, Wiseton. <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/850-851):<BR/> Auckley ( in Finningley),Budby, Carburton, Chapelgate, Clipstone, Cottam, Eakring, East Markham, East Retford, East Retford, Eaton, Edwinstowe, Egmanton, Elkesley, Everton, Fenton, Finningley, Gamston (Retford), Gringley on the Hill, Grove, Harwell, Harworth, Haughton, Hayton, Headon cum Upton, Kirton, Laneham, Laxton, Littleborough, Lound, Mattersey, Misson, Misterton, Newington, North Leverton, Oldcotes, Ollerton, Ompton, Ordsall, Perlethorpe, Rampton, Rufford, Saundby, Scaftworth, Scrooby, Serlby, South Leverton, Stokeham, Sturton, Styrrup, Sutton (Retford), Thrumpton (Retford), West Markham, West Retford, West Stockwith. <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/852-855):<BR/> Annesley, Arnold, Asklockton, Attenborough, Barnstone, Bassingfield, Bingham, Car Colston, Chilwell, Clipston, Colston Bassett, Cotgrave, Cropwell Bishop, Cropwell Butler, East Bridgford, Elton, Felley, Flintham, Gamston, Granby, Hawksworth, Hickling, Holme Pierrepont, Kinoulton, Kneeton, Langar, Lodge on the Wolds, Newton, North Wheatley, Orston, Owthorpe, Radcliffe on Trent, Saxondale, Scarrington, Screveton, Shelford, Sookholme, South Wheatley, Stragglethorpe, Sutton, Thoroton, Tithby, Tollerton, Toton, Treswell, Tuxford, Upper Broughton, Walesby, Walkeringham, Wallingwells, Warsop, Welbeck, Wellow, Whatton, Woodhouse Hall, Worksop. <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/856-858):<BR/> Basford, Beeston, Beggarlee, Bestwood Park, Bilborough, Bramcote, Brinsley, Bulwell, Bulwell, Carrington, Cossall, Eastwood, Greasley, Hucknall Torkard, Hyson Green (see also CD 5), Kimberley, Kirkby in Ashfield, Lenton (see also CD 5), Linby, Moorgreen, Newthorpe, Nottingham - Brewhouse Yard, Radford (also see CD 5), Watnall Canteloupe, Watnall Chaworth. <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/859-860):<BR/> Awsworth, Hyson Green (see also CD 4), Lenton (see also CD 4), Mansfield, Mansfield Woodhouse, Newstead, Nuthall, Papplewick, Radford (also see CD 4). <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/861-864):<BR/> Alverton, Bagthorpe, Balderton, Barnby in the Willows, Barton in Fabis, Besthorpe, Bradmore, Broadholme, Bunny, Clifton, Coddington, Costock, Cotham, East Leake, Edwalton, Elston, Farndon, Flawborough, Garbythorpe (in Clifton), Girton, Gotham, Harby, Hawton, Hucknall under Huthwaite, Keyworth, Kilvington, Kingston on Soar, Langford, Normanton on Soar, Normanton on the Wolds, North Clifton, North Collingham, Plumtree, Rafcliffe on Soar, Rempstone, Ruddington, Selston, Shelton, Sibthorpe, Skegby, South Clifton, South Collingham, South Scarle, Spalford, Stanford on Soar, Stanton on the Wolds, Stapleford, Staunton, Strelley, Sutton Bonington, Sutton in Ashfield, Syerston, Teversal, Thorney, Thorpe, Thorpe in the Glebe, Thrumpton (Nottingham), Trowell, Underwood, West Bridgford, West Leake, Widmerpool, Wigsley, Wilford, Willoughby on the Wolds, Winthorpe, Wollaton, Wysall, Zouch. <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/865-866):<BR/> Averham, Bathley, Beesthorpe (in Caunton), Bleasby, Blidworth, Bulcote, Burton Joyce, Calverton, Carlton, Caunton, Caythorpe, Charlton on Trent, Colwick, Cromwell, Edingley, Epperstone, Farnsfield, Fiskerton, Fledborough, Gedling, Gonalston, Grassthorpe, Gunthorpe, Halam, Halloughton, Haywood Oaks, Hockerton, Holme, Hoveringham, Kelham, Kersall, Kirklington, Knapthorpe (in Caunton), Kneesall, Lambley, Lowdham, Lyndhurst (Lindhurst), Maplebeck, Marnham, Meering, Morton, Normanton on Trent, North Muskham, Norwell, Norwell Woodhouse, Ossington, Oxton, Park Leys, Rolleston, Skegby, South Muskham, Staythorpe, Stoke Bardolph, Woodcoates. <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/867-868):<BR/> East Stoke, Elston Chapelry, Hexgreave, Newark, Sneinton, Southwell, Southwell Easthorpe, Southwell High Town, Southwell Normanton, Sutton on Trent, Thurgarton, Upton, Weston, Winkburn, Woodborough. <BR/><BR/>Places on CD 9 (HO107/869):<BR/> Nottingham - Byron Ward, Nottingham - Castle Ward, Nottingham - Exchange Ward, Nottingham - Town Goal, Nottingham - County Goal, Nottingham - Park Ward.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 10 (HO107/870):<BR/> Nottingham - St Ann's Ward, Nottingham - St Mary's Ward, Nottingham - Sherwood Ward.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 11 (HO107/871):<BR/> Nottingham - Barracks, Nottingham - Castle Ward, Nottingham - Exchange Ward, Nottingham - General Hospital, Nottingham - Park Ward. <BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $75.85
1841 Nottinghamshire Census CD1 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Nottinghamshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/849, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/849):<BR/> Askham, Babworth, Barnby Moor, Beckingham, Bevercotes, Bilsthorpe, Blyth, Bole, Bolham, Bothamsall, Boughton, Carlton in Lindrick, Clarborough, Clayworth, Coates, Cuckney, Darlton, Drakeholes, Dunham, East Retford Union Workhouse, East Drayton, Gringley, Habblesthorpe, Hodsock, Holbeck, Little Gringley, Moorgate, Nether Langwith, Nornay In Styrrup, Norton, Olcotes, Ragnall, Ranskill, Styrrup, Torworth, Welham, West Burton, West Drayton, Wiseton. <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Nottinghamshire Census CD10 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Nottinghamshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/870, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/> Places on CD 10 (HO107/870):<BR/> Nottingham - St Ann's Ward, Nottingham - St Mary's Ward, Nottingham - Sherwood Ward.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Nottinghamshire Census CD11 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Nottinghamshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/871, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/> Places on CD 11 (HO107/871):<BR/> Nottingham - Barracks, Nottingham - Castle Ward, Nottingham - Exchange Ward, Nottingham - General Hospital, Nottingham - Park Ward. <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Nottinghamshire Census CD2 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Nottinghamshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/850-851, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/850-851):<BR/> Auckley ( in Finningley), Budby, Carburton, Chapelgate, Clipstone, Cottam, Eakring, East Markham, East Retford, East Retford, Eaton, Edwinstowe, Egmanton, Elkesley, Everton, Fenton, Finningley, Gamston (Retford), Gringley on the Hill, Grove, Harwell, Harworth, Haughton, Hayton, Headon cum Upton, Kirton, Laneham, Laxton, Littleborough, Lound, Mattersey, Misson, Misterton, Newington, North Leverton, Oldcotes, Ollerton, Ompton, Ordsall, Perlethorpe, Rampton, Rufford, Saundby, Scaftworth, Scrooby, Serlby, South Leverton, Stokeham, Sturton, Styrrup, Sutton (Retford), Thrumpton (Retford), West Markham, West Retford, West Stockwith. <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Nottinghamshire Census CD3 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Nottinghamshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/852-855, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/> Places on CD 3 (HO107/852-855):<BR/> Annesley, Arnold, Asklockton, Attenborough, Barnstone, Bassingfield, Bingham, Car Colston, Chilwell, Clipston, Colston Bassett, Cotgrave, Cropwell Bishop, Cropwell Butler, East Bridgford, Elton, Felley, Flintham, Gamston, Granby, Hawksworth, Hickling, Holme Pierrepont, Kinoulton, Kneeton, Langar, Lodge on the Wolds, Newton, North Wheatley, Orston, Owthorpe, Radcliffe on Trent, Saxondale, Scarrington, Screveton, Shelford, Sookholme, South Wheatley, Stragglethorpe, Sutton, Thoroton, Tithby, Tollerton, Toton, Treswell, Tuxford, Upper Broughton, Walesby, Walkeringham, Wallingwells, Warsop, Welbeck, Wellow, Whatton, Woodhouse Hall, Worksop. <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Nottinghamshire Census CD4 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Nottinghamshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/856-858, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/> Places on CD 4 (HO107/856-858):<BR/> Basford, Beeston, Beggarlee, Bestwood Park, Bilborough, Bramcote, Brinsley, Bulwell, Bulwell, Carrington, Cossall, Eastwood, Greasley, Hucknall Torkard, Hyson Green (see also CD 5), Kimberley, Kirkby in Ashfield, Lenton (see also CD 5), Linby, Moorgreen, Newthorpe, Nottingham - Brewhouse Yard, Radford (also see CD 5), Watnall Canteloupe, Watnall Chaworth. <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Nottinghamshire Census CD5 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Nottinghamshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/859-860, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/> Places on CD 5 (HO107/859-860):<BR/> Awsworth, Hyson Green (see also CD 4), Lenton (see also CD 4), Mansfield, Mansfield Woodhouse, Newstead, Nuthall, Papplewick, Radford (also see CD 4). <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Nottinghamshire Census CD6 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Nottinghamshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/861-864, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/> Places on CD 6 (HO107/861-864):<BR/> Alverton, Bagthorpe, Balderton, Barnby in the Willows, Barton in Fabis, Besthorpe, Bradmore, Broadholme, Bunny, Clifton, Coddington, Costock, Cotham, East Leake, Edwalton, Elston, Farndon, Flawborough, Garbythorpe (in Clifton), Girton, Gotham, Harby, Hawton, Hucknall under Huthwaite, Keyworth, Kilvington, Kingston on Soar, Langford, Normanton on Soar, Normanton on the Wolds, North Clifton, North Collingham, Plumtree, Rafcliffe on Soar, Rempstone, Ruddington, Selston, Shelton, Sibthorpe, Skegby, South Clifton, South Collingham, South Scarle, Spalford, Stanford on Soar, Stanton on the Wolds, Stapleford, Staunton, Strelley, Sutton Bonington, Sutton in Ashfield, Syerston, Teversal, Thorney, Thorpe, Thorpe in the Glebe, Thrumpton (Nottingham), Trowell, Underwood, West Bridgford, West Leake, Widmerpool, Wigsley, Wilford, Willoughby on the Wolds, Winthorpe, Wollaton, Wysall, Zouch. <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Nottinghamshire Census CD7 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Nottinghamshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/865-866, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/> Places on CD 7 (HO107/865-866):<BR/> Averham, Bathley, Beesthorpe (in Caunton), Bleasby, Blidworth, Bulcote, Burton Joyce, Calverton, Carlton, Caunton, Caythorpe, Charlton on Trent, Colwick, Cromwell, Edingley, Epperstone, Farnsfield, Fiskerton, Fledborough, Gedling, Gonalston, Grassthorpe, Gunthorpe, Halam, Halloughton, Haywood Oaks, Hockerton, Holme, Hoveringham, Kelham, Kersall, Kirklington, Knapthorpe (in Caunton), Kneesall, Lambley, Lowdham, Lyndhurst (Lindhurst), Maplebeck, Marnham, Meering, Morton, Normanton on Trent, North Muskham, Norwell, Norwell Woodhouse, Ossington, Oxton, Park Leys, Rolleston, Skegby, South Muskham, Staythorpe, Stoke Bardolph, Woodcoates. <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Nottinghamshire Census CD8 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Nottinghamshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/867-868, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/> Places on CD 8 (HO107/867-868):<BR/> East Stoke, Elston Chapelry, Hexgreave, Newark, Sneinton, Southwell, Southwell Easthorpe, Southwell High Town, Southwell Normanton, Sutton on Trent, Thurgarton, Upton, Weston, Winkburn, Woodborough. <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Nottinghamshire Census CD9 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Nottinghamshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/869, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/> Places on CD 9 (HO107/869):<BR/> Nottingham - Byron Ward, Nottingham - Castle Ward, Nottingham - Exchange Ward, Nottingham - Town Goal, Nottingham - County Goal, Nottingham - Park Ward.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Penny Magazine CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Penny Magazine was published weekly by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. A collection of hundreds of fascinating and informative illustrated articles with a very wide range of topics, both for Great Britain and various other parts of the world. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT (or better), or Apple Macintosh, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census (H107/0929-0972) CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Somersetshire 1841 Census comes on 19 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as this is the best possible quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which do not necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/929-930):<BR/> Ashill, Beer-Crocombe, Bickenhall, Broadway, Broomfield, Buckland St Mary, Capland, Creech St Michael, Curland, Curry-Mallet, Curry-Rivell, Donyatt, Drayton, Durleigh, Earnshill, Enmore, Fivehead, Goathurst, Hambridge, Hatch-Beauchamp, Ilford, Ilminster, Ilton, Isle-Abbotts, Isle-Brewers, Lyng, North & South Bradon, Puckington, Rapps, Staple-Fitzpaine, Stewley, Stocklinch Magdalen, Stocklinch Ottersay, Swell, West Dowlish, White-Lackington.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/931):<BR/> Bailbrook Lunatic Asylum, Bath, Bath Goal, Bath Union Workhouse, Batheaston, Bathford, Bathwick, Combe Down, Combe Village, Freshford, Kelston, Langridge, Lyncombe and Widcombe, Monckton Combe, North Stoke, Partis College, South Stoke, St Catherine, Swainswick, Walcot, Weston.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/932-935):<BR/> Asiholt, Berrow, Biddisham, Breane, Brewham North, Brewham South, Bruton, Bruton - Discove, Bruton - Redlynch, Bruton - Wyke Champflower, Bruton Free Grammar School, Bruton Hospital or Almshouses, Burnham, Burrington, Cannington, Cannington - Edstock and Beer, Chapel Allerton, Charlinch, East Brent, Eastrip, Fiddington, Lympsham, Mark, Milton Clevedon, Otterhampton, Over Stowey, Pitcombe, South Brent, Spaxton, Stockland-Bristol, Stogursey, Stringston, Upton Noble, Weare, Wedmore, Wrington, Yarlington.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/936-938):<BR/> Alford, Ansford, Babcary, Barton St David, Carhampton, Castle Cary, Chew Magna - Bishop Sutton, Chew Magna - Knowle, Chew Magna - North Elm, Chew Magna - Stone, Chew Stoke, Clutton, Clutton Union Workhouse, Compton Pauncefoot, Culbone or Kilner, Cutcombe, Dundry, Dunster, Exford, Keinton Mansfield, Kingweston, Lovington, Luckham or Luccombe, Luxborough, Lydford West, Maperton, Minehead, North Barrow, North Cadbury, North Cadbury - Woolston, Norton Hawkfield, Norton Malreward, Oare, Porlock, Queen Camel, Selworthy, South Barrow, South Cadbury, Sparkford, Stoke Pero, Stowey, Sutton Montis, Timberscombe, Timsbury, Treborough, Weston Bampfyld, Withycombe, Wootton Courtney.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/939-941):<BR/> Brockley, Cameley, Chewton Mendip, Chewton Mendip - Widcombe, Chilcompton, Compton Martin, Crewkerne, Downside College, Emborrow, Farrington Gurney, Hinton Blewett, Hinton St George, Kingston Seymour, High Littleton, High Littleton - Hallatrow, Merriott, Midsomer Norton, Midsomer Norton - Downside, Midsomer Norton - Welton, Misterton, North Curry, Paulton, Seaborough, Stoke St Gregory, Stone Easton, Thorne Falcon, Thurlbear, Ubley, Wayford, West Harptree.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/942):<BR/> Beckington, Berkeley, Cloford, East Cranmore, Frome, Frome Asylum and Hospital, Frome Union Workhouse, Great and Little Elm, Laverton,Lullington, Marston Biggott, Nunney, Orchardleigh, Road, Rodden, Standerwick, Wanstrow, Whatley, Witham Friary, Woolverton.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/943-945):<BR/> Abbas and Temple Combe, Backwell, Baltonsborough, Barrow Gurney, Bathampton, Bedminister Union Workhouse, Butcombe, Charlton Horethorne, Chelvey, Corton Denham, Glastonbury St Benedict and St John, Goathill, Henstridge, Holwell and Buckshaw, Horsington, Horsington - Wilkenthrup, Long Ashton, Marston Magna, Meare, Meare - Godney, Milborne Port, North Cheriton, North Wootton, Nyland with Batcombe, Pointington, Sandford Orcas, Stowell, Trent, West Bradley, West Pennard, Winford.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/946-947):<BR/> Barwick, Brislington, Brislington House Lunatic Asylum, Burnett, Chelwood, Chilton Cantilo, Chiselborough, Closworth, Compton Dando, East Chinnock, East Coker, Farmborough, Hardington Mandeville, Haslebury Plucknett, Huntspill, Keynsham, Keynsham Union Poor House, Marksbury, Middle Chinnock, Nempnett Thrubwell, North Perrott, Norton under Hambdon, Odcombe, Pendomer, Priston, Publow, Puriton, Queen Charleton, Saltford, St Thomnas Pensford, Stanton Drew, Stanton Prior, Stoford, Sutton Bingham, West Chinnock, West Coker, Whitchurch.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 9 (HO107/948-949):<BR/> Ashwick, Babington, Buckland Denham, Chard, Chard - Crimchard, Chard - Forton, Chard - Old Chard, Chard Union Workhouse, Combe St Nicholas, Hardington, Hemington, Holcombe, Huish Episcopi, Kilmersdon, Kingsbury Episcopi, Radstock, Stratton on the Foss, Winsham, Writhlington.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 10 (HO107/950-952):<BR/> Ash Priors, Ashbrittle, Bathealton, Bishops Lydeard, Bratton Seymour, Charlton Musgrave, Cucklington, Fitzhead, Kilmington, Kittisford, Langford Budville, Leigh upon Mendip, Maiden Bradley, Martock, Milverton, Penselwood, Runnington, Sampford Arundell, Shepton Montague, Stawley, Stoke Trister, Stourton, Thorn St Margaret, Wellington, Wellington Union Workhouse, West Buckland, Wincanton, Wincanton Union Workhouse, Wiveliscombe.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 11 (HO107/953-955):<BR/> Barrington, Barrington - Niden, Bawdrip, Chaffcombe, Chedzoy, Chillington, Chilton Trinity, Cricket St Thomas, Cudworth, Dinnington, Dowlish Wake, Durston, Knowle St Giles, Langport Eastover, Lopen, Muchelney, North Petherton, Pawlett, Pitney, Seavington St Mary, Seavington St Michael, Shepton Beauchamp, South Petherton, St Michael Church, Thurloxton, Wembdon, Whit Staunton.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 12 (HO107/956-958):<BR/> Abbots Leigh, Aller, Ashington, Brimpton, Charlton Adam, Charlton Mackrell, Chilthorne Domer, Clapton, Clevedon, East Lydford, Easton in Gordano, Flax Bourton, Kingdon, Limington, Lufton, Mudford, Nailsea, Portbury,Portishead, Preston Plucknett, Somerton, Sutton Long, Tickenham, Walton in Gordano, West Camel, Weston in Gordano, Wraxall, Yeovil, Yeovil Union Workhouse, Yeovilton.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 13 (HO107/959-961):<BR/> Angersleigh, Bishops Hull, Bradford, Camerton, Charterhouse Hinton, Cheddon Fitzpaine, Comb Hay, Combe Florey, Corfe, Corston, Cothelstone, Dunkerton, English Combe, Farleigh Hungerford, Forscote, Heathfield, Hillfarrance, Ilchester, Ilchester Goal, Kingston, Kingston - Hestercombe, Lydeard St Lawrence, Montacute, Newton St Loe, Northover, Norton Fitzwarren, Norton St Philip, Nynehead, Oake, Orchard Portman, Otterford, Pitminster, Rimpton, Ruishton, Sock Dennis, Sock Wyndham, Staplegrove, Staplegrove - Fairwater House, Stock under Hamdon, Stoke St Mary, Tellisford, Thorne Coffin, Tintinhull, Tolland, Trull, Twerton, Wellow, West Bagborough, Wilton, Wilton Goal and House of Correction, Withiel Florey.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 14 (HO107/962-963):<BR/> Batcombe, Binegar, Croscombe, Dinder, Ditcheat, Doulting, Downhead, East Pennard, Evercreech, Hornblotton, Lamyatt, Litton, Pilton, Priddy, Pylle, Shepton Mallet, Shepton Mallet House of Correction, Shepton Mallet Union Workhouse, Stoke Lane or Stoke St Michael, Wells St Andrew, Wells City Prison, Wells St Cuthbert, Wells Union Workhouse, West Cranmore, Westbury, Wookey.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 15 (HO107/964-965):<BR/> Ashcott, Bicknoller, Blackford, Brompton Ralph, Brompton Regis, Brushford, Butleigh, Butleigh Wootton, Catcott, Chilton Polden, Chipstable, Clatworthy, Compton Dundon, Cossington, Crowcombe, Dodington, Dulverton, Edington, Elworthy, Exmoor, Exton, Greinton, Halse, Hawkridge, High Ham, Holford, Holton, Huish Champflower, Langport Union Workhouse, Middlezoy, Milton Podimore, Moorlinch, Old Cleeve, Othery, Shapwick, Stawell, St Decuman, Street, Sutton Mallett, Walton, West Monkton, Weston Zoyland, Wheathill, Williton Union Workhouse, Woolavington.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 16 (HO107/966-967):<BR/> Axbridge, Axbridge Union Workhouse, Badgworth, Banwell, Blagdon, Bleadon, Charterhouse on Mendip, Cheddar, Cheddar - Draycott, Christon, Churchill, Compton Bishop, Congresbury, East Harptree, East Quantoxhead, Hutton, Kenn, Kewstoke, Kilton, Kilve, Lilstock, Monksilver, Nether Stowey, Nettlecombe, Raddington, Sampford Brett, Skilgate, Stogumber, Upton, West Quantoxhead, Winsford, Withypoole.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 17 (HO107/968-969):<BR/> Bath General Hospital, Bath Penitentiary, Bath St James, Bath St Michael, Bath St Peter and St Paul, Bath United Hospital, Locking, Loxton, Puxton, Rowberrow, Shipham, Stoke Rodney, Uphill, Weston Super Mare, Wick St Lawrence, Winscombe, Worle, Yatton.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 18 (HO107/970):<BR/> Walcot (Bath).<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 19 (HO107/971-972):<BR/> Bridgwater, Bridgwater Borough Gaol, Bridgwater Infirmary, Bridgwater Union Workhouse, The Lodge Convent, Taunton, Taunton Barracks, Taunton St James, Taunton St Mary Magdalen, Taunton and Somerset Hospital, Taunton Union Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $85.85
1841 Somerset Census CD1 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/929-930, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/929-930):<BR/> Ashill, Beer-Crocombe, Bickenhall, Broadway, Broomfield, Buckland St Mary, Capland, Creech St Michael, Curland, Curry-Mallet, Curry-Rivell, Donyatt, Drayton, Durleigh, Earnshill, Enmore, Fivehead, Goathurst, Hambridge, Hatch-Beauchamp, Ilford, Ilminster, Ilton, Isle-Abbotts, Isle-Brewers, Lyng, North & South Bradon, Puckington, Rapps, Staple-Fitzpaine, Stewley, Stocklinch Magdalen, Stocklinch Ottersay, Swell, West Dowlish, White-Lackington.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD10 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/950-952, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 10 (HO107/950-952):<BR/> Ash Priors, Ashbrittle, Bathealton, Bishops Lydeard, Bratton Seymour, Charlton Musgrave, Cucklington, Fitzhead, Kilmington, Kittisford, Langford Budville, Leigh upon Mendip, Maiden Bradley, Martock, Milverton, Penselwood, Runnington, Sampford Arundell, Shepton Montague, Stawley, Stoke Trister, Stourton, Thorn St Margaret, Wellington, Wellington Union Workhouse, West Buckland, Wincanton, Wincanton Union Workhouse, Wiveliscombe.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD11 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/953-955, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 11 (HO107/953-955):<BR/> Barrington, Barrington - Niden, Bawdrip, Chaffcombe, Chedzoy, Chillington, Chilton Trinity, Cricket St Thomas, Cudworth, Dinnington, Dowlish Wake, Durston, Knowle St Giles, Langport Eastover, Lopen, Muchelney, North Petherton, Pawlett, Pitney, Seavington St Mary, Seavington St Michael, Shepton Beauchamp, South Petherton, St Michael Church, Thurloxton, Wembdon, Whit Staunton.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD12 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/956-958, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 12 (HO107/956-958):<BR/> Abbots Leigh, Aller, Ashington, Brimpton, Charlton Adam, Charlton Mackrell, Chilthorne Domer, Clapton, Clevedon, East Lydford, Easton in Gordano, Flax Bourton, Kingdon, Limington, Lufton, Mudford, Nailsea, Portbury, Portishead, Preston Plucknett, Somerton, Sutton Long, Tickenham, Walton in Gordano, West Camel, Weston in Gordano, Wraxall, Yeovil, Yeovil Union Workhouse, Yeovilton.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD13 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/959-961, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 13 (HO107/959-961):<BR/> Angersleigh, Bishops Hull, Bradford, Camerton, Charterhouse Hinton, Cheddon Fitzpaine, Comb Hay, Combe Florey, Corfe, Corston, Cothelstone, Dunkerton, English Combe, Farleigh Hungerford, Forscote, Heathfield, Hillfarrance, Ilchester, Ilchester Goal, Kingston, Kingston - Hestercombe, Lydeard St Lawrence, Montacute, Newton St Loe, Northover, Norton Fitzwarren, Norton St Philip, Nynehead, Oake, Orchard Portman, Otterford, Pitminster, Rimpton, Ruishton, Sock Dennis, Sock Wyndham, Staplegrove, Staplegrove - Fairwater House, Stock under Hamdon, Stoke St Mary, Tellisford, Thorne Coffin, Tintinhull, Tolland, Trull, Twerton, Wellow, West Bagborough, Wilton, Wilton Goal and House of Correction, Withiel Florey.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD14 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/962-963, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 14 (HO107/962-963):<BR/> Batcombe, Binegar, Croscombe, Dinder, Ditcheat, Doulting, Downhead, East Pennard, Evercreech, Hornblotton, Lamyatt, Litton, Pilton, Priddy, Pylle, Shepton Mallet, Shepton Mallet House of Correction, Shepton Mallet Union Workhouse, Stoke Lane or Stoke St Michael, Wells St Andrew, Wells City Prison, Wells St Cuthbert, Wells Union Workhouse, West Cranmore, Westbury, Wookey.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD15 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/964-965, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 15 (HO107/964-965):<BR/> Ashcott, Bicknoller, Blackford, Brompton Ralph, Brompton Regis, Brushford, Butleigh, Butleigh Wootton, Catcott, Chilton Polden, Chipstable, Clatworthy, Compton Dundon, Cossington, Crowcombe, Dodington, Dulverton, Edington, Elworthy, Exmoor, Exton, Greinton, Halse, Hawkridge, High Ham, Holford, Holton, Huish Champflower, Langport Union Workhouse, Middlezoy, Milton Podimore, Moorlinch, Old Cleeve, Othery, Shapwick, Stawell, St Decuman, Street, Sutton Mallett, Walton, West Monkton, Weston Zoyland, Wheathill, Williton Union Workhouse, Woolavington.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD16 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/966-967, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 16 (HO107/966-967):<BR/> Axbridge, Axbridge Union Workhouse, Badgworth, Banwell, Blagdon, Bleadon, Charterhouse on Mendip, Cheddar, Cheddar - Draycott, Christon, Churchill, Compton Bishop, Congresbury, East Harptree, East Quantoxhead, Hutton, Kenn, Kewstoke, Kilton, Kilve, Lilstock, Monksilver, Nether Stowey, Nettlecombe, Raddington, Sampford Brett, Skilgate, Stogumber, Upton, West Quantoxhead, Winsford, Withypoole.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD17 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/968-969, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 17 (HO107/968-969):<BR/> Bath General Hospital, Bath Penitentiary, Bath St James, Bath St Michael, Bath St Peter and St Paul, Bath United Hospital, Locking, Loxton, Puxton, Rowberrow, Shipham, Stoke Rodney, Uphill, Weston Super Mare, Wick St Lawrence, Winscombe, Worle, Yatton.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD18 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/970, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 18 (HO107/970):<BR/> Walcot (Bath).<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD19 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/971-972, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 19 (HO107/971-972):<BR/> Bridgwater, Bridgwater Borough Gaol, Bridgwater Infirmary, Bridgwater Union Workhouse, The Lodge Convent, Taunton, Taunton Barracks, Taunton St James, Taunton St Mary Magdalen, Taunton and Somerset Hospital, Taunton Union Workhouse. <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD2 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/931, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/931):<BR/> Bailbrook Lunatic Asylum, Bath, Bath Goal, Bath Union Workhouse, Batheaston, Bathford, Bathwick, Combe Down, Combe Village, Freshford, Kelston, Langridge, Lyncombe and Widcombe, Monckton Combe, North Stoke, Partis College, South Stoke, St Catherine, Swainswick, Walcot, Weston.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD3 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/932-935, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). Whatyou see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/932-935):<BR/> Asiholt, Berrow, Biddisham, Breane, Brewham North, Brewham South, Bruton, Bruton - Discove, Bruton - Redlynch, Bruton - Wyke Champflower, Bruton Free Grammar School, Bruton Hospital or Almshouses, Burnham, Burrington, Cannington, Cannington - Edstock and Beer, Chapel Allerton, Charlinch, East Brent, Eastrip, Fiddington, Lympsham, Mark, Milton Clevedon, Otterhampton, Over Stowey, Pitcombe, South Brent, Spaxton, Stockland-Bristol, Stogursey, Stringston, Upton Noble, Weare, Wedmore, Wrington, Yarlington.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD4 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/936-938, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/936-938):<BR/> Alford, Ansford, Babcary, Barton St David, Carhampton, Castle Cary, Chew Magna - Bishop Sutton, Chew Magna - Knowle, Chew Magna - North Elm, Chew Magna - Stone, Chew Stoke, Clutton, Clutton Union Workhouse, Compton Pauncefoot, Culbone or Kilner, Cutcombe, Dundry, Dunster, Exford, Keinton Mansfield, Kingweston, Lovington, Luckham or Luccombe, Luxborough, Lydford West, Maperton, Minehead, North Barrow, North Cadbury, North Cadbury - Woolston, Norton Hawkfield, Norton Malreward, Oare, Porlock, Queen Camel, Selworthy, South Barrow, South Cadbury, Sparkford, Stoke Pero, Stowey, Sutton Montis, Timberscombe, Timsbury, Treborough, Weston Bampfyld, Withycombe, Wootton Courtney.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD5 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/939-941, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/939-941):<BR/> Brockley, Cameley, Chewton Mendip, Chewton Mendip - Widcombe, Chilcompton, Compton Martin, Crewkerne, Downside College, Emborrow, Farrington Gurney, Hinton Blewett, Hinton St George, Kingston Seymour, High Littleton, High Littleton - Hallatrow, Merriott, Midsomer Norton, Midsomer Norton - Downside, Midsomer Norton - Welton, Misterton, North Curry, Paulton, Seaborough, Stoke St Gregory, Stone Easton, Thorne Falcon, Thurlbear, Ubley, Wayford, West Harptree.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD6 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/942, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/942):<BR/> Beckington, Berkeley, Cloford, East Cranmore, Frome, Frome Asylum and Hospital, Frome Union Workhouse, Great and Little Elm, Laverton, Lullington, Marston Biggott, Nunney, Orchardleigh, Road, Rodden, Standerwick, Wanstrow, Whatley, Witham Friary, Woolverton.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD7 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/943-945, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/943-945):<BR/> Abbas and Temple Combe, Backwell, Baltonsborough, Barrow Gurney, Bathampton, Bedminister Union Workhouse, Butcombe, Charlton Horethorne, Chelvey, Corton Denham, Glastonbury St Benedict and St John, Goathill, Henstridge, Holwell and Buckshaw, Horsington, Horsington - Wilkenthrup, Long Ashton, Marston Magna, Meare, Meare - Godney, Milborne Port, North Cheriton, North Wootton, Nyland with Batcombe, Pointington, Sandford Orcas, Stowell, Trent, West Bradley, West Pennard, Winford.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD8 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/946-947, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/946-947):<BR/> Barwick, Brislington, Brislington House Lunatic Asylum, Burnett, Chelwood, Chilton Cantilo, Chiselborough, Closworth, Compton Dando, East Chinnock, East Coker, Farmborough, Hardington Mandeville, Haslebury Plucknett, Huntspill, Keynsham, Keynsham Union Poor House, Marksbury, Middle Chinnock, Nempnett Thrubwell, North Perrott, Norton under Hambdon, Odcombe, Pendomer, Priston, Publow, Puriton, Queen Charleton, Saltford, St Thomnas Pensford, Stanton Drew, Stanton Prior, Stoford, Sutton Bingham, West Chinnock, West Coker, Whitchurch.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Somerset Census CD9 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Somersetshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/948-949, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 9 (HO107/948-949):<BR/> Ashwick, Babington, Buckland Denham, Chard, Chard - Crimchard, Chard - Forton, Chard - Old Chard, Chard Union Workhouse, Combe St Nicholas, Hardington, Hemington, Holcombe, Huish Episcopi, Kilmersdon, Kingsbury Episcopi, Radstock, Stratton on the Foss, Winsham, Writhlington.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census (HO107/0973-1010) CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Staffordshire 1841 Census comes on 23 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as this is the best possible quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which do not necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/973):<BR/> Acton Trussel with Bednall, Baswich, Brewood, Brockton, Bushbury - Essington, Cannock - Cannock, Cannock - Great Wyrley, Cannock - Hednesford & Leacroft, Cannock - Huntingdon, Castle Church, Cheslyn Hay, Milford & Walton, Penkridge, Penkridge - Coppenhall, Penkridge - Dunston, Penkridge Union Workhouse, Rugely, Shareshill - Saredon, Teddesley Hay, Wolverhampton - Featherstone, Wolverhampton - Hatherton, Wolverhampton - Hilton, Wolverhampton - Kinvaston.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/974-975):<BR/> Alrewas, Alrewas - Fradley, Alrewas Hays, Alrewas - Overley, Blymhill, Bradley, Burton upon Trent, Burton upon Trent - Branston, Burton upon Trent - Burton Extra, Burton upon Trent - Horninglow, Burton upon Trent - Stretton, Burton upon Trent Union Workhouse, Church Eaton, Clifton Campville, Clifton Campville - Harlaston, Clifton Campville - Haunton, Croxall - Oakley, Edingale, Forton, Gnosall, Gnosall Workhouse, Haughton, Kings Bromley, Lapley, Lichfield St Chad - Curborough and Elmhurst, Norbury, Penkridge, Sheriffhales, Weston under Lizard.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/976-977):<BR/> Aldridge, Aldridge - Great Barr, Armitage, Hamstall Ridware, Hamstall Ridware - Blithbury & Ridware Hill, Hanbury - Coton, Hanbury - Draycott in the Clay, Hanbury - Fauld, Hanbury - Hanbury, Hanbury - Hanbury Woodend, Hanbury - Marchington, Hanbury - Marchington Woodlands, Hanbury - Newborough, Lichfield St Michael - Fisherwick, Lichfield St Michael - Haselor, Lichfield St Michael - Streethay, Pipe Ridware, Rolleston - Anslow or Annesley, Rolleston - Needwood Forest Allotments, Rolleston - Rolleston, Tamworth - Syerscote, Tatenhill, Tatenhill - Barton under Needwood, Tatenhill - Dunstall, Tatenhill - Wichnor, Thorpe Constantine, Tutbury, Tutbury - Needwood Forest Allotments, West Bromwich, West Bromwich Workhouse, Whittington, Yoxhall - Hoarcross.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/978-979):<BR/> Canwell, Darlaston, Drayton Bassett, Elford, Farewell - Chorley, West Bromwich.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/980-981):<BR/> Handsworth, Handsworth - Perry Bar, Harborne, Harborne - Smethwick, Hints, Lichfield St Michael - Burntwood, Lichfield St Michael - Edial, Lichfield St Michael - Hammerwich, Lichfield St Michael - Pipe Hill, Lichfield St Michael - Wall, Lichfield St Michael - Woodhouses, Longdon, Norton Canes, Ogley Hay, Rushall, Shenstone, Statfold, Tamworth, Tamworth Private Lunatic asylum, Tamworth Union Workhouse, Tamworth - Bitterscote, Tamworth - Bonehill, Tamworth - Coton, Tamworth - Fazeley, Tamworth - Hopwas, Tamworth - Wiggington.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/982):<BR/> Tipton.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/983-984):<BR/> Walsall, Walsall Foreign, Walsall Prison, Walsall Union Workhouse, Wednesbury, Wednesbury Workhouse, Weeford, Weeford - Packington, Weeford - Swinfen.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/985-986):<BR/> Adbaston - Bishops Offley, Adbaston - Flashbrook, Adbaston - Knighton, Adbaston - Tunstall, Ashley, Audley, Audley - Bignall End, Audley - Eardley End, Audley - Halmer End, Audley - Knowl End, Audley - Park End, Audley - Talk, Barthomley - Balterley, Betley, Biddulph, Wolverhampton - Bentley, Wolverhampton - Pelsall, Wolverhampton - Wednesfield, Wolverhampton - Willenhall.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 9 (HO107/987-988):<BR/> Bucknall cum Bagnall, Burslem, Burslem - Abbey Hulton, Burslem - Rushton Grange, Burslem - Sneyd, Drayton in Hales - Almington, Drayton in Hales - Blore, Drayton in Hales - Tyrley, Eccleshall - Aspley, Eccleshall - Bromley, Eccleshall - Broughton, Eccleshall - Charnes, Eccleshall - Chatcull, Eccleshall - Chorlton, Eccleshall - Coldmeece, Eccleshall - Cotes, Eccleshall - Croxton, Eccleshall - Eccleshall, Eccleshall - Horsley, Eccleshall - Millmeece, Eccleshall - Pershall, Eccleshall - Podmore, Eccleshall - Slindon, Eccleshall - Sugnall Magna, Eccleshall - Sugnall Parva, Eccleshall - Three Farms, Eccleshall - Walton, Eccleshall - Wootton, Keele, Ubberley.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 10 (HO107/989-990):<BR/> High Offley, High Offley - Woodseaves, Madeley, Madeley - Onneley, Maer, Maer - Maerway Lane, Muckleston - Aston, Muckleston - Knighton, Muckleston - Muckleston, Muckleston - Oakley, Muckleston - Winnington, Norton on the Moors, Standon, Stoke on Trent - Boothen, Stoke on Trent - Botteslow, Stoke on Trent - Clayton, Stoke on Trent - Fenton Culvert, Stoke on Trent - Fenton Vivian, Stoke on Trent - Hanley.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 11 (HO107/991):<BR/> Stoke on Trent - Lane End, Stoke on Trent - Longton, Stoke on Trent - Penkhull, Stoke on Trent - Spittals Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 12 (HO107/992):<BR/> Stoke on Trent - North Staffordshire Infirmary, Stoke on Trent - Seabridge, Stoke on Trent - Shelton.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 13 (HO107/993-994):<BR/> Swinnerton, Trentham - Blurton, Trentham - Butterton, Trentham - Clayton Griffith, Trentham - Hanchurch, Trentham - Hanford, Trentham - Trentham, Whitmore, Wolstanton and Burslem Union Workhouse, Wolstanton - Brerehurst, Wolstanton - Chatterley, Wolstanton - Chell, Wolstanton - Chesterton, Wolstanton - Knutton, Wolstanton - Oldcott, Wolstanton - Ranscliff, Wolstanton - Stadmoreslow, Wolstanton - Thursfield, Wolstanton - Tunstall, Wolstanton - Wedgwood, Wolstanton - Wolstanton.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 14 (HO107/995):<BR/> Ranton, Ronton Abbey, Sandon, Seighford - Bridgeford, Stone - Aston Burston & Stoke, Stone - Beech, Stone - Darlaston, Stone - Hilderstone, Stone - Kibblestone, Stone Licensed Madhouse, Stone - Little Heywood, Stone - Normicott, Stone - Stallington, Stone - Stone, Stone - Tittensor, Stone Union Workhouse, Stone - Walton, Stowe - Amerton, Stowe - Great Haywood, Stowe - Hixon, Tixall, Weston upon Trent, Yarlett.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 15 (HO107/996):<BR/> Bushbury, Himley, Kingswinford, Kingswinford, Penn, Stourbridge Union Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 16 (HO107/997):<BR/> Rowley Regis.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 17 (HO107/998):<BR/> Sedgley, Sedgley, Sedgley Workhouse, Tettenhall, Tettenhall Regis, Tettenhall - Compton, Tettenhall - Pirton with Trescott, Tettenhall - Seisdon Union Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 18 (HO107/999):<BR/> Wolverhampton.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 19 (HO107/1000-1001):<BR/> Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton Union Workhouse, Wolverhampton - Bilston.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 20 (HO107/1002-1004):<BR/> Allstonefield, Allstonefield - Fairfield Head, Allstonefield - Heathy Lee, Allstonefield - Hollingsclough, Allstonefield - Longnor, Allstonefield - Quarnford, Allstonefield Union Workhouse, Allstonefield - Warslow; Lower & Upper Elkstone, Blore, Blore - Calton, Bobbington, Broom, Cauldon, Caverswall, Caverswall Castle Convent, Caverswall - Weston Coyney & Hulme, Cheddleton, Cheddleton - Basford, Cheddleton - Cunsall, Clent, Codsall, Codsall - Oaken, Dilhorne, Dilhorne - Forsbrook, Enville, Forsbrook Free Grammar School, Grindon - Grindon, Horton, Horton - Blackwood & Crowborough, Ilam - Castern & Throwley, Ipstones, Ipstones - Foxt, Ipstones - Morridge, Kingsley - Whiston, Kinver, Old Swinford - Amblecoat, Patshull, Pattingham, Tettenhall, Trysull, Trysull - Seisdon, Upper Areley, Wombourn, Wombourn - Orton, Wombourn - Swindon, Woodford Grange.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 21 (HO107/1005-1006):<BR/> Alton, Alton - Cotton, Alton - Denston, Alton - Farley, Bradley in the Moors, Bramshall, Cheadle, Cheadle Union Workhouse, Checkley & Tean, Croxden with Great Yate, Croxden - Calton, Croxden - Musden Grange, Draycott in the Moors, Ellastone, Ellastone - Ramshorn, Ellastone - Stanton, Ellastone - Wootton, Leek - Bradnop, Leek - Endon, Leek - Heaton, Leek - Leek & Lowe, Leek - Leek Frith, Leek - Longsdon, Leek - Onecote, Leek - Rushton James, Leek - Rushton Spencer, Leek - Stanley, Leek - Tittisworth, Leek Union Workhouse, Oakover.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 22 (HO107/1007-1009):<BR/> Freeford, Gratwich, Ipstones, Kingsley, Kingston, Leek - Rudyard, Leigh, Leigh - Field, Lichfield Close, Lichfield Friary, Lichfield Gaol, Lichfield Lunatic Asylum, Lichfield St Chad, Lichfield St Mary, Lichfield St Michael, Lichfield Union Workhouse, Mayfield, Mayfield - Calton, Mayfield - Mayfield, Mayfield - Woodhouses, Newcastle Borough Goal, Newcastle Under Lyne, Newcastle Union Workhouse, Rocester - Denstone, Sheen, Uttoxeter, Uttoxeter Union Workhouse, Waterfall, Waterfall - Calton, Wetton.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 23 (HO107/1010):<BR/> Stafford 'Black Hole' in the Shire Hall, Stafford County Gaol, Stafford County General Infirmary, Stafford Lunatic Asylum, Stafford St Mary & St Chad, Stafford Union Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $105.85
1841 Staffordshire Census CD1 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/973, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/973):<BR/> Acton Trussel with Bednall, Baswich, Brewood, Brockton, Bushbury - Essington, Cannock - Cannock, Cannock - Great Wyrley, Cannock - Hednesford & Leacroft, Cannock - Huntingdon, Castle Church, Cheslyn Hay, Milford & Walton, Penkridge, Penkridge - Coppenhall, Penkridge - Dunston, Penkridge Union Workhouse, Rugely, Shareshill - Saredon, Teddesley Hay, Wolverhampton - Featherstone, Wolverhampton - Hatherton, Wolverhampton - Hilton, Wolverhampton - Kinvaston.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD10 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/989-990, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 10 (HO107/989-990):<BR/> High Offley, High Offley - Woodseaves, Madeley, Madeley - Onneley, Maer, Maer - Maerway Lane, Muckleston - Aston, Muckleston - Knighton, Muckleston - Muckleston, Muckleston - Oakley, Muckleston - Winnington, Norton on the Moors, Standon, Stoke on Trent - Boothen, Stoke on Trent - Botteslow, Stoke on Trent - Clayton, Stoke on Trent - Fenton Culvert, Stoke on Trent - Fenton Vivian, Stoke on Trent - Hanley.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD11 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/991, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 11 (HO107/991):<BR/> Stoke on Trent - Lane End, Stoke on Trent - Longton, Stoke on Trent - Penkhull, Stoke on Trent - Spittals Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD12 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/992, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 12 (HO107/992):<BR/> Stoke on Trent - North Staffordshire Infirmary, Stoke on Trent - Seabridge, Stoke on Trent - Shelton.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD13 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/993-994, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 13 (HO107/993-994):<BR/> Swinnerton, Trentham - Blurton, Trentham - Butterton, Trentham - Clayton Griffith, Trentham - Hanchurch, Trentham - Hanford, Trentham - Trentham, Whitmore, Wolstanton and Burslem Union Workhouse, Wolstanton - Brerehurst, Wolstanton - Chatterley, Wolstanton - Chell, Wolstanton - Chesterton, Wolstanton - Knutton, Wolstanton - Oldcott, Wolstanton - Ranscliff, Wolstanton - Stadmoreslow, Wolstanton - Thursfield, Wolstanton - Tunstall, Wolstanton - Wedgwood, Wolstanton - Wolstanton.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD14 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/995, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 14 (HO107/995):<BR/> Ranton, Ronton Abbey, Sandon, Seighford - Bridgeford, Stone - Aston Burston & Stoke, Stone - Beech, Stone - Darlaston, Stone - Hilderstone, Stone - Kibblestone, Stone Licensed Madhouse, Stone - Little Heywood, Stone - Normicott, Stone - Stallington, Stone - Stone, Stone - Tittensor, Stone Union Workhouse, Stone - Walton, Stowe - Amerton, Stowe - Great Haywood, Stowe - Hixon, Tixall, Weston upon Trent, Yarlett.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD15 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/996, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution. The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set). This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for. Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation. Places on CD 15 (HO107/996): Bushbury, Himley, Kingswinford, Kingswinford, Penn, Stourbridge Union Workhouse. System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive. $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD16 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/997, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 16 (HO107/997):<BR/> Rowley Regis.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD17 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/998, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 17 (HO107/998):<BR/> Sedgley, Sedgley, Sedgley Workhouse, Tettenhall, Tettenhall Regis, Tettenhall - Compton, Tettenhall - Pirton with Trescott, Tettenhall - Seisdon Union Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD18 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/999, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 18 (HO107/999):<BR/> Wolverhampton.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD19 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1000-1001, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. Thatdoes involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 19 (HO107/1000-1001):<BR/> Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton Union Workhouse, Wolverhampton - Bilston.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD2 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/974-975, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/974-975):<BR/> Alrewas, Alrewas - Fradley, Alrewas Hays, Alrewas - Overley, Blymhill, Bradley, Burton upon Trent, Burton upon Trent - Branston, Burton upon Trent - Burton Extra, Burton upon Trent - Horninglow, Burton upon Trent - Stretton, Burton upon Trent Union Workhouse, Church Eaton, Clifton Campville, Clifton Campville - Harlaston, Clifton Campville - Haunton, Croxall - Oakley, Edingale, Forton, Gnosall, Gnosall Workhouse, Haughton, Kings Bromley, Lapley, Lichfield St Chad - Curborough and Elmhurst, Norbury, Penkridge, Sheriffhales, Weston under Lizard.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD20 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1002-1004, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 20 (HO107/1002-1004):<BR/> Allstonefield, Allstonefield - Fairfield Head, Allstonefield - Heathy Lee, Allstonefield - Hollingsclough, Allstonefield - Longnor, Allstonefield - Quarnford, Allstonefield Union Workhouse, Allstonefield - Warslow; Lower & Upper Elkstone, Blore, Blore - Calton, Bobbington, Broom, Cauldon, Caverswall, Caverswall Castle Convent, Caverswall - Weston Coyney & Hulme, Cheddleton, Cheddleton - Basford, Cheddleton - Cunsall, Clent, Codsall, Codsall - Oaken, Dilhorne, Dilhorne - Forsbrook, Enville, Forsbrook Free Grammar School, Grindon - Grindon, Horton, Horton - Blackwood & Crowborough, Ilam - Castern & Throwley, Ipstones, Ipstones - Foxt, Ipstones - Morridge, Kingsley - Whiston, Kinver, Old Swinford - Amblecoat, Patshull, Pattingham, Tettenhall, Trysull, Trysull - Seisdon, Upper Areley, Wombourn, Wombourn - Orton, Wombourn - Swindon, Woodford Grange.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD21 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1005-1006, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 21 (HO107/1005-1006):<BR/> Alton, Alton - Cotton, Alton - Denston, Alton - Farley, Bradley in the Moors, Bramshall, Cheadle, Cheadle Union Workhouse, Checkley & Tean, Croxden with Great Yate, Croxden - Calton, Croxden - Musden Grange, Draycott in the Moors, Ellastone, Ellastone - Ramshorn, Ellastone - Stanton, Ellastone - Wootton, Leek - Bradnop, Leek - Endon, Leek - Heaton, Leek - Leek & Lowe, Leek - Leek Frith, Leek - Longsdon, Leek - Onecote, Leek - Rushton James, Leek - Rushton Spencer, Leek - Stanley, Leek - Tittisworth, Leek Union Workhouse, Oakover.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD22 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1007-1009, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 22 (HO107/1007-1009):<BR/> Freeford, Gratwich, Ipstones, Kingsley, Kingston, Leek - Rudyard, Leigh, Leigh - Field, Lichfield Close, Lichfield Friary, Lichfield Gaol, Lichfield Lunatic Asylum, Lichfield St Chad, Lichfield St Mary, Lichfield St Michael, Lichfield Union Workhouse, Mayfield, Mayfield - Calton, Mayfield - Mayfield, Mayfield - Woodhouses, Newcastle Borough Goal, Newcastle Under Lyne, Newcastle Union Workhouse, Rocester - Denstone, Sheen, Uttoxeter, Uttoxeter Union Workhouse, Waterfall, Waterfall - Calton, Wetton.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD23 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1010, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 23 (HO107/1010):<BR/> Stafford 'Black Hole' in the Shire Hall, Stafford County Gaol, Stafford County General Infirmary, Stafford Lunatic Asylum, Stafford St Mary & St Chad, Stafford Union Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD3 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/976-977, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/976-977):<BR/> Aldridge, Aldridge - Great Barr, Armitage, Hamstall Ridware, Hamstall Ridware - Blithbury & Ridware Hill, Hanbury - Coton, Hanbury - Draycott in the Clay, Hanbury - Fauld, Hanbury - Hanbury, Hanbury - Hanbury Woodend, Hanbury - Marchington, Hanbury - Marchington Woodlands, Hanbury - Newborough, Lichfield St Michael - Fisherwick, Lichfield St Michael - Haselor, Lichfield St Michael - Streethay, Pipe Ridware, Rolleston - Anslow or Annesley, Rolleston - Needwood Forest Allotments, Rolleston - Rolleston, Tamworth - Syerscote, Tatenhill, Tatenhill - Barton under Needwood, Tatenhill - Dunstall, Tatenhill - Wichnor, Thorpe Constantine, Tutbury, Tutbury - Needwood Forest Allotments, West Bromwich, West Bromwich Workhouse, Whittington, Yoxhall - Hoarcross.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD4 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/978-979, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/978-979):<BR/> Canwell, Darlaston, Drayton Bassett, Elford, Farewell - Chorley, West Bromwich.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD5 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/980-981, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/980-981):<BR/> Handsworth, Handsworth - Perry Bar, Harborne, Harborne - Smethwick, Hints, Lichfield St Michael - Burntwood, Lichfield St Michael - Edial, Lichfield St Michael - Hammerwich, Lichfield St Michael - Pipe Hill, Lichfield St Michael - Wall, Lichfield St Michael - Woodhouses, Longdon, Norton Canes, Ogley Hay, Rushall, Shenstone, Statfold, Tamworth, Tamworth Private Lunatic asylum, Tamworth Union Workhouse, Tamworth - Bitterscote, Tamworth - Bonehill, Tamworth - Coton, Tamworth - Fazeley, Tamworth - Hopwas, Tamworth - Wiggington.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD6 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/982, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/982):<BR/> Tipton.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD7 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/983-984, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/983-984):<BR/> Walsall, Walsall Foreign, Walsall Prison, Walsall Union Workhouse, Wednesbury, Wednesbury Workhouse, Weeford, Weeford - Packington, Weeford - Swinfen.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD8 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/985-986, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you arelooking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/985-986):<BR/> Adbaston - Bishops Offley, Adbaston - Flashbrook, Adbaston - Knighton, Adbaston - Tunstall, Ashley, Audley, Audley - Bignall End, Audley - Eardley End, Audley - Halmer End, Audley - Knowl End, Audley - Park End, Audley - Talk, Barthomley - Balterley, Betley, Biddulph, Wolverhampton - Bentley, Wolverhampton - Pelsall, Wolverhampton - Wednesfield, Wolverhampton - Willenhall.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Staffordshire Census CD9 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Staffordshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/987-988, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 9 (HO107/987-988):<BR/> Bucknall cum Bagnall, Burslem, Burslem - Abbey Hulton, Burslem - Rushton Grange, Burslem - Sneyd, Drayton in Hales - Almington, Drayton in Hales - Blore, Drayton in Hales - Tyrley, Eccleshall - Aspley, Eccleshall - Bromley, Eccleshall - Broughton, Eccleshall - Charnes, Eccleshall - Chatcull, Eccleshall - Chorlton, Eccleshall - Coldmeece, Eccleshall - Cotes, Eccleshall - Croxton, Eccleshall - Eccleshall, Eccleshall - Horsley, Eccleshall - Millmeece, Eccleshall - Pershall, Eccleshall - Podmore, Eccleshall - Slindon, Eccleshall - Sugnall Magna, Eccleshall - Sugnall Parva, Eccleshall - Three Farms, Eccleshall - Walton, Eccleshall - Wootton, Keele, Ubberley.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Suffolk Census CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Full County Set $62.85
1841 Suffolk Census CD1 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Suffolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1011-1013, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/1011-1013):<BR/> Acton, Alpheton, Assington, Badwell Ash, Bardwell, Barnham, Barningham, Boxford, Boxted, Brent Eleigh, Bures St Mary, Cavendish, Chilton, Cockfield, Culford, Edwardstone, Elmswell, Euston, Glemsford, Great Ashfield, Great Cornard, Great Fakenham, Great Waldingfield, Groton, Hartest, Hemingstone, Hepworth, Hinderclay, Hopton, Hunston, Ingham, Ixworth, Knettishall, Lavenham, Lawshall, Little Cornard, Little Waldingfield, Long Melford, Milden, Monks Eleigh, Nayland, Newton, Polstead, Preston, Shimpling, Somerton, Stanstead, Stoke by Nayland, Wissington<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Suffolk Census CD2 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Suffolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1014-1016, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/1014-1016):<BR/> Aldringham with Thorpe, Benacre, Blyford, Blythburgh, Bramfield, Brampton, Chediston, Coney Weston, Cookley, Covehithe, Cratfield, Darsham, Dunwich, Easton Bevents, Frostenden, Halesworth, Henstead, Heveningham, Holton, Huntingfield, Knodishall, Langham, Leiston, Linstead Magna, Linstead Parva, Little Livermere, Market Weston, Middleton, Norton, Peasenhall, Reydon, Rickinghall Inferior, Rumburgh, Rushford, Sapiston, Sibton, Sotherton, South Cove, Southwold, Spexhall, Stanton, Stoven, Stowlangtoft, Theberton, Thelnetham, Thorington, Thorpe by Ixworth, Troston, Walsham le Willows, Wattisfield, West Stow, Wordwell<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Suffolk Census CD3 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Suffolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1017-10236, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/1017-1023):<BR/> Akenham, Aldham, Ashbocking, Aspall, Bacton, Badley, Barham, Barking, Battisford, Baylham, Bildeston, Blakenham Magna, Braiseworth, Bramford, Brettenham, Brightwell, Brome, Bucklesham, Burgate, Burgh, Chelsworth, Claydon, Clopton, Coddenham, Cotton, Creeting All Saints, Creeting St Mary, Creeting St Olave, Crowfield, Culpho, Darmsden, Earl Stonham, Elmsett, Eye, Falkenham, Felixstow, Finningham, Flowton, Foxhall, Gislingham, Gosbeck, Great Bealings, Great Bricett, Grundisburgh, Hadleigh, Hadleigh, Hasketon, Helmingham, Hemingstone, Hemley, Henley, Hitcham, Kersey, Kesgrave, Kettlebaston, Kirton, Layham, Levington, Lindsey, Little Bealings, Little Blakenham, Little Stonham, Martlesham, Mellis, Mendlesham, Mickfield, Nacton, Naughton, Nedging, Nettlestead, Newbourn, Oakley, Occold, Offton, Otley, Playford, Ringshall, Rushmere, Semer, Somersham, Stonham Aspall, Swilland, Thorpe Morieux, Trimley St Martin, Trimley St Mary, Tuddenham, Ubbeston, Uggeshall, Walberswick, Waldringfield, Walpole, Walton, Wangford, Wattisham, Wenhaston, Westerfield, Westhall, Westleton, Whatfield, Whitton cum Thurlston, Willisham, Wissett, Witnesham, Wrentham, Yoxford<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Suffolk Census CD4 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Suffolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1024-1028, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/1024-1028):<BR/> Athelington, Badingham, Barton Mills, Bedfield, Bedingfield, Botesdale, Brandeston, Brandon, Brundish, Butley, Campsey Ash, Carlton, Cavenham, Charsfield, Cretingham, Denham, Dennington, Earl Soham, Easton, Elveden, Eriswell, Exningm, Eyke, Framlingham, Freckenham, Fressingfield, Hacheston, Herringswell, Hoo, Horham, Hoxne, Icklingham, Kelsale, Kettleburgh, Kirton, Lakenheath, Laxfield, Letheringham, Marlesford, Mendham, Metfield, Mildenhall, Monewden, Monk Soham, Newmarket St Mary, Palgrave, Redgrave, Redlingfield, Rendlesham, Rickinghall Superior, Rishangles, Santon Downham, Saxtead, Southholt, Stoke Ash, Stradbroke, Stuston, Syleham, Tannington, Thorndon All Saints, Thornham Magna, Thornham Parva, Thrandeston, Thwaite, Tuddenham St Mary, Wangford, Westhorpe, Wetheringsett with Brockford, Weybread, Wickham Skeith, Wilby, Wingfield, Withersdale, Woodbridge, Worlington, Worlingworth, Wortham, Wyverstone, Yaxley<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Suffolk Census CD5 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Suffolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1029-1033, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/1029-1033):<BR/> Aldeburgh, Ashby, Barnardiston, Barnby, Belton, Benhall, Blaxhall, Blundeston, Bradwell, Bruisyard, Burgh Castle, Carlton Colville, Chedburgh, Chillesford, Clare, Corton, Cowlinge, Cransford, Dalham, Denham, Denston, Depden, Farnham, Flixton, Friston, Fritton, Gazeley, Gedgrave, Gisleham, Gorleston, Great Bradley, Great Glemham, Great Thurlow, Great Wratting, Gunton, Haverhill, Hawkedon, Hazlewood, Herringfleet, Hopton, Hundon, Iken, Kedington, Kentford, Kessingland, Kirkley, Lidgate, Little Bradley, Little Glemham, Little Thurlow, Little Wratting, Lound, Lowestoft, Moulton, Mutford, Oulton, Ousden, Pakefield, Parham, Poslingford, Raydon, Rendham, Rushmere, Saxmundham, Snape, Somerleyton, Southtown, Stansfield, Sternfield, Stoke, Stradishall, Stratford St Andrew, Sudbourne, Sweffling, Tunstall, Wantisden, Wickhambrook, Withersfield, Wixoe<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Suffolk Census CD6 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Suffolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1034-1038, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/1034-1038):<BR/> Ampton, Ashfield with Thorpe, Barrow, Belstead, Bentley, Beyton, Bradfield Combust, Bradfield St Clare, Bradfield St George, Brantham, Brockley, Burstall, Buxhall, Capel St Mary, Chattisham, Chelmondiston, Chevington, Combs, Copdock, Creeting St Peter, Debenham, Drinkstone, East Bergholt, Erwarton, Felsham, Flempton, Fornham All Saints, Fornham St Geneveve, Fornham St Martin, Framsden, Freston, Gedding, Gipping, Great Barton, Great Finborough, Great Livermere, Great Saxham, Great Whelnetham, Hargrave, Harkstead, Harleston, Haughley, Hawstead, Hengrave, Hessett, Higham, Hintlesham, Holbrook, Holton St Mary, Horningsheath, Ickworth, Lackford, Little Finborough, Little Saxham, Little Whelnetham, Nowton, Nowton - Horsecroft, Old Newton, Onehouse, Pakenham, Pettaugh, Rattlesden, Raydon, Rede, Risby, Rougham, Rushbrooke, Shelland, Shelly, Shotley, Sproughton, Stanningfield, Stowmarket, Stowupland, Stratford St Mary, Stutton, Tattingstone, Thurston, Timworth, Tostock, Washbrook, Wenham Magna, Wenham Parva, Westley, Wetherden, Whepstead, Wherstead, Winston, Woolpit, Woolverstone<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Suffolk Census CD7 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Suffolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1039-1042, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/1039-1042):<BR/> Alderton, Barsham, Bawdsey, Beccles, Boyton, Bredfield, Bromeswell, Bungay Holy Trinity, Bungay St Mary, Bury St Edmunds St James, Bury St Edmunds St Mary, Capel St Andrew, Dallinghoo, Debach with Boulge, Ellough, Flixton, Henstead, Hollesley, Homersfield, Ilketshall St Andrew, Ilketshall St John, Ilketshall St Lawrence, Ilketshall StMargaret, Melton, Mettingham, North Cove, Petistree, Ramsholt, Redisham, Ringsfield, Shadingfield, Shipmeadow, Shottisham, Sotterley, South Elmham All Saints, South Elmham St Cross, South Elmham St James, South Elmham St Margaret, South Elmham St Michael, South Elmham St Nicholas, South Elmham St Peter, Sutton, Ufford, Weston, Wickham Market, Willingham, Worlingham<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Suffolk Census CD8 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Suffolk 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just a few piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1043-1044, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data. Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/1043-1044):<BR/> Bramford, Ipswich St Clements, Ipswich St Helen, Ipswich St Lawrence, Ipswich St Margaret, Ipswich St Mary at the Elms, Ipswich St Mary at the Quay, Ipswich St Mary at the Tower, Ipswich St Mary Stoke, Ipswich St Matthew, Ipswich St Nicholas, Ipswich St Peter, Ipswich St Stephen, Rushmere, Sproughton, Sudbury All Saints, Sudbury St Gregory, Sudbury St Peter, Westerfield, Whitton cum Thurlston<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census (HO107/1124-1155) CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Warwickshire 1841 Census comes on 18 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as this is the best possible quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which do not necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/1124-1125):<BR/> Alcester, Alveston, Bearley, Beaudesert, Budbrooke, Claverdon, Claverdon - Langley, Coughton, Coughton - Sambourn, Fulbrook, Great Alne, Halton, Halton - Beausall, Halton - Shrewley, Hampton Lucy, Haseley, Honily, Ipsley, Kinwarton, Loxley, Morton Baggot, Norton Lindsey, Preston Baggot, Rowington, Sherbourne, Snitterfield, Spernall, Studley, Tardebigg - Tutnall and Cobley, Weethley, Weston upon Avon - Milcote, Wolverton, Wootton Wawen, Wootton Wawen - Henley in Arden, Wootton Wawen - Ullenhall, Wootton Wawen Lunatic Asylum, Wroxall.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/1126):<BR/> Alcester Union Workhouse, Arrow, Arrow - Oversley, Aston Cantlow, Bidford, Billesley, Binton, Exhall, Grafton, Haselor, Old Stratford, Old Stratford - Bushwood, Old Stratford - Luddington, Old Stratford Union Workhouse, Salford, Salford Priors, Stratford on Avon, Stratford on Avon Infirmary, Welford, Wixford.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/1127-1128):<BR/> Ansley, Atherstone Union Workhouse, Baxterley, Caldecote, Chilvers Coton, Chilvers Coton Workhouse, Coleshill, Corley, Curdworth, Curdworth - Minworth, Driftfold Lunatic Asylum, Fillongley, Lea Marston, Mancetter, Mancetter - Atherstone, Mancetter - Hartshill, Mancetter - Oldbury, Maxstoke, Merevale, Nether Whitacre, Nuneaton, Nuneaton - Attleborough, Nuneaton - Stockingford, Over Whitacre, Sheldon, Shustoke, Sutton Coldfield, Weddington, Wishaw.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/1129-1130):<BR/> Austrey, Baddesley Clinton, Baddesley Ensor, Barston, Berkeswell, Bickenhill, Elmdon, Great Packington, Grendon, Hampton in Arden, Hampton in Arden - Kinwalsey, Hampton in Arden - Knowle, Hampton in Arden - Nuthurst, Kingsbury, Little Packington, Meriden, Meriden Union Workhouse, Middleton, Newton Regis, Polesworth, Seckington, Shuttington, Solihull, Solihull Union Workhouse, Tamworth, Tamworth - Almington, Tamworth - Bolehall and Glascote, Tamworth - Tamworth Castle, Tamworth - Wilnecote, Tamworth Town Prison.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/1131-1134):<BR/> Ashorne, Atherstone on Stour, Avon Dassett, Barcheston, Barford, Barton on the Heath, Bishops Tachbrook, Brailes, Burmington, Burton Dassett, Butlers Marston, Chadshunt, Charlcote, Cherington, Chesterton, Combroke, Compton Verney, Compton Wyniates, Eatington, Farnborough, Fenny Compton, Gaydon, Great Wolford, Halford, Honington, Idlicote, Ilmington, Kineton, Lapworth, Lighthorne, Lower Shuckburgh, Little Wolford, Long Compton, Mollington, Moreton Morrell, Newbold Pacey, Oxhill, Packwood, Pillerton Hersey, Pillerton Priors, Priors Hardwick, Priors Marston, Radway, Ratley, Shotteswell, Stretton on the Foss, Tanworth, Tysoe, Warmington, Wasperton, Wellesbourne Hastings, Wellesbourne Mountford, Whatcote, Whichford, Whichford - Ascott, Whichford - Stowerton, Whitchurch, Willington, Wormleighton.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/1135):<BR/> Ashow, Baginton, Bubbenhall, Cubbington, Harbury, Kenilworth, Leamington Priors, Leek Wootton, Lillington, Milverton, Offchurch, Radford Semele, Stoneleigh, Tachbrook Mallory, Ufton, Warneford Hospital, Whitnash.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/1136-1137):<BR/> Allesley, Arley, Astley, Bedworth, Bedworth Workhouse, Bilton, Binley, Bourton upon Dunsmore - Draycote, Brinklow, Bulkington, Bulkington - Barnacle, Bulkington - Bramcott, Bulkington - Marston Jabbett, Bulkington - Ryton, Bulkington - Weston, Bulkington - Burton Hastings, Chamberlains Hospital, Church Lawford, Churchover, Claybrooke - Wibtoft, Clifton upon Dunsmore, Clifton upon Dunsmore - Brownsover, Clifton upon Dunsmore - Newton and Biggin, Combe Fields, Coundon, Dunchurch, Frankton, Harborough, Hillmorton, Monks Kirby, Monks Kirby - Copston, Monks Kirby - Easenhall, Monks Kirby - Pailton, Monks Kirby - Stretton under Foss and Newbold Revel, Newbold on Avon, Newbold on Avon - Cosford, Newbold on Avon - Little Harborough, Newbold on Avon - Long Lawford, Newnham Regis, Princethorpe, Princethorpe - St Marys Priory, Rugby, Rugby Union Workhouse, Ryton on Dunsmore, Shilton, Sowe, Stretton Baskerville, Stretton on Dunsmore, Warwickshire County Asylum, Willenhall, Willey, Willoughby, Withybrook - Hopsford, Wolston - Brandon, Wolston - Bretford, Wolston - Marston, Wolvey, Wolvey - Bramcott.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/1138-1140):<BR/> Birdingbury, Birmingham All Saints, Birmingham - Ladywood, Bishops Itchington, Chapel Ascote, Grandborough, Grandborough - Woolscott, Hunningham, Hunningham - Hydes Pastures, Ladbroke, Leamington Hastings, Long Itchington, Lower Hodnell, Lower Radbourn, Marton, Napton on the Hill, Southam, Southam Union Workhouse, Stockton, Upper Hodnel, Upper Radbourn, Upper Shuckburgh, Wappenbury, Wappenbury - Eathrope, Watergall, Weston under Weatherley, Wolfhamcote.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 9 (HO107/1141):<BR/> Birmingham Asylum for Infant Poor, Birmingham General Hospital, Birmingham St George.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 10 (HO107/1142):<BR/> Birmingham St Martin.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 11 (HO107/1143-1144):<BR/> Birmingham St Mary, Birmingham St Paul, Birmingham Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 12 (HO107/1145-1146):<BR/> Blue Coat Charity School, Birmingham Debtors Prison, Birmingham St Peter, Birmingham St Philip, Birmingham Town Prison.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 13 (HO107/1147):<BR/> Birmingham Police Station Houses, Birmingham St Thomas.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 14 (HO107/1148):<BR/> Aston.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 15 (HO107/1149-1150):<BR/> Aston, Aston - Castle Bromwich, Aston - Duddeston and Nechells, Aston - Erdington, Aston - Little Bromwich, Aston - Saltley and Washwood, Aston - Water Orton, Aston - Witton, Aston Barracks, Duddeston Hall Lunatic Asylum, Erdington Workhouse, Oscott College.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 16 (HO107/1151-1152):<BR/> Bablake Boys Hospital, Coventry Barracks, Coventry General Hospital, Coventry House of Industry, Coventry St Michael and St John, Edgbaston, Edgbaston Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Fords Hospital.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 17 (HO107/1153-1154):<BR/> Anstey, Coventry Gaol and House of Correction, Coventry Holy Trinity, Coventry St Michael, Coventry St Michael - Keresley, Coventry Holy Trinity - Radford, Exhall, Exhall Workhouse, Foleshill, Foleshill Workhouse, Sowe, Stivichall, Stoke, Wyken.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 18 (HO107/1155):<BR/> Warwick Gaol, Warwick House of Correction, Warwick St Mary, Warwick St Nicholas, Warwick UnionWorkhouse.<BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $85.85
1841 Warwickshire Census CD1 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1124-1125, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/1124-1125):<BR/> Alcester, Alveston, Bearley, Beaudesert, Budbrooke, Claverdon, Claverdon - Langley, Coughton, Coughton - Sambourn, Fulbrook, Great Alne, Halton, Halton - Beausall, Halton - Shrewley, Hampton Lucy, Haseley, Honily, Ipsley, Kinwarton, Loxley, Morton Baggot, Norton Lindsey, Preston Baggot, Rowington, Sherbourne, Snitterfield, Spernall, Studley, Tardebigg - Tutnall and Cobley, Weethley, Weston upon Avon - Milcote, Wolverton, Wootton Wawen, Wootton Wawen - Henley in Arden, Wootton Wawen - Ullenhall, Wootton Wawen Lunatic Asylum, Wroxall.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD10 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1142, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 10 (HO107/1142):<BR/> Birmingham St Martin.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD11 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1143-1144, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 11 (HO107/1143-1144):<BR/> Birmingham St Mary, Birmingham St Paul, Birmingham Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD12 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1145-1146, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 12 (HO107/1145-1146):<BR/> Blue Coat Charity School, Birmingham Debtors Prison, Birmingham St Peter, Birmingham St Philip, Birmingham Town Prison.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD13 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets coveringjust one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1147, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 13 (HO107/1147):<BR/> Birmingham Police Station Houses, Birmingham St Thomas.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD14 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1148, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 14 (HO107/1148):<BR/> Aston.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD15 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1149-1150, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 15 (HO107/1149-1150):<BR/> Aston, Aston - Castle Bromwich, Aston - Duddeston and Nechells, Aston - Erdington, Aston - Little Bromwich, Aston - Saltley and Washwood, Aston - Water Orton, Aston - Witton, Aston Barracks, Duddeston Hall Lunatic Asylum, Erdington Workhouse, Oscott College.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD16 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1151-1152, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 16 (HO107/1151-1152):<BR/> Bablake Boys Hospital, Coventry Barracks, Coventry General Hospital, Coventry House of Industry, Coventry St Michael and St John, Edgbaston, Edgbaston Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Fords Hospital.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD17 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1153-1154, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 17 (HO107/1153-1154):<BR/> Anstey, Coventry Gaol and House of Correction, Coventry Holy Trinity, Coventry St Michael, Coventry St Michael - Keresley, Coventry Holy Trinity - Radford, Exhall, Exhall Workhouse, Foleshill, Foleshill Workhouse, Sowe, Stivichall, Stoke, Wyken.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD18 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1155, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 18 (HO107/1155):<BR/> Warwick Gaol, Warwick House of Correction, Warwick St Mary, Warwick St Nicholas, Warwick Union Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD2 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1126, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint toread the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/1126):<BR/> Alcester Union Workhouse, Arrow, Arrow - Oversley, Aston Cantlow, Bidford, Billesley, Binton, Exhall, Grafton, Haselor, Old Stratford, Old Stratford - Bushwood, Old Stratford - Luddington, Old Stratford Union Workhouse, Salford, Salford Priors, Stratford on Avon, Stratford on Avon Infirmary, Welford, Wixford.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD3 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1127-1128, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/1127-1128):<BR/> Ansley, Atherstone Union Workhouse, Baxterley, Caldecote, Chilvers Coton, Chilvers Coton Workhouse, Coleshill, Corley, Curdworth, Curdworth - Minworth, Driftfold Lunatic Asylum, Fillongley, Lea Marston, Mancetter, Mancetter - Atherstone, Mancetter - Hartshill, Mancetter - Oldbury, Maxstoke, Merevale, Nether Whitacre, Nuneaton, Nuneaton - Attleborough, Nuneaton - Stockingford, Over Whitacre, Sheldon, Shustoke, Sutton Coldfield, Weddington, Wishaw.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD4 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1129-1130, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/1129-1130):<BR/> Austrey, Baddesley Clinton, Baddesley Ensor, Barston, Berkeswell, Bickenhill, Elmdon, Great Packington, Grendon, Hampton in Arden, Hampton in Arden - Kinwalsey, Hampton in Arden - Knowle, Hampton in Arden - Nuthurst, Kingsbury, Little Packington, Meriden, Meriden Union Workhouse, Middleton, Newton Regis, Polesworth, Seckington, Shuttington, Solihull, Solihull Union Workhouse, Tamworth, Tamworth - Almington, Tamworth - Bolehall and Glascote, Tamworth - Tamworth Castle, Tamworth - Wilnecote, Tamworth Town Prison.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD5 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1131-1134, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/1131-1134):<BR/> Ashorne, Atherstone on Stour, Avon Dassett, Barcheston, Barford, Barton on the Heath, Bishops Tachbrook, Brailes, Burmington, Burton Dassett, Butlers Marston, Chadshunt, Charlcote, Cherington, Chesterton, Combroke, Compton Verney, Compton Wyniates, Eatington, Farnborough, Fenny Compton, Gaydon, Great Wolford, Halford, Honington, Idlicote, Ilmington, Kineton, Lapworth, Lighthorne, Lower Shuckburgh, Little Wolford, Long Compton, Mollington, Moreton Morrell, Newbold Pacey, Oxhill, Packwood, Pillerton Hersey, Pillerton Priors, Priors Hardwick, Priors Marston, Radway, Ratley, Shotteswell, Stretton on the Foss, Tanworth, Tysoe, Warmington, Wasperton, Wellesbourne Hastings, Wellesbourne Mountford, Whatcote, Whichford, Whichford - Ascott, Whichford - Stowerton, Whitchurch, Willington, Wormleighton.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD6 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1135, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/1135):<BR/> Ashow, Baginton, Bubbenhall, Cubbington, Harbury, Kenilworth, Leamington Priors, Leek Wootton, Lillington, Milverton, Offchurch, Radford Semele, Stoneleigh, Tachbrook Mallory, Ufton, Warneford Hospital, Whitnash.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD7 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1136-1137, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies ofany page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/1136-1137):<BR/> Allesley, Arley, Astley, Bedworth, Bedworth Workhouse, Bilton, Binley, Bourton upon Dunsmore - Draycote, Brinklow, Bulkington, Bulkington - Barnacle, Bulkington - Bramcott, Bulkington - Marston Jabbett, Bulkington - Ryton, Bulkington - Weston, Bulkington - Burton Hastings, Chamberlains Hospital, Church Lawford, Churchover, Claybrooke - Wibtoft, Clifton upon Dunsmore, Clifton upon Dunsmore - Brownsover, Clifton upon Dunsmore - Newton and Biggin, Combe Fields, Coundon, Dunchurch, Frankton, Harborough, Hillmorton, Monks Kirby, Monks Kirby - Copston, Monks Kirby - Easenhall, Monks Kirby - Pailton, Monks Kirby - Stretton under Foss and Newbold Revel, Newbold on Avon, Newbold on Avon - Cosford, Newbold on Avon - Little Harborough, Newbold on Avon - Long Lawford, Newnham Regis, Princethorpe, Princethorpe - St Marys Priory, Rugby, Rugby Union Workhouse, Ryton on Dunsmore, Shilton, Sowe, Stretton Baskerville, Stretton on Dunsmore, Warwickshire County Asylum, Willenhall, Willey, Willoughby, Withybrook - Hopsford, Wolston - Brandon, Wolston - Bretford, Wolston - Marston, Wolvey, Wolvey - Bramcott.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD8 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1138-1140, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/1138-1140):<BR/> Birdingbury, Birmingham All Saints, Birmingham - Ladywood, Bishops Itchington, Chapel Ascote, Grandborough, Grandborough - Woolscott, Hunningham, Hunningham - Hydes Pastures, Ladbroke, Leamington Hastings, Long Itchington, Lower Hodnell, Lower Radbourn, Marton, Napton on the Hill, Southam, Southam Union Workhouse, Stockton, Upper Hodnel, Upper Radbourn, Upper Shuckburgh, Wappenbury, Wappenbury - Eathrope, Watergall, Weston under Weatherley, Wolfhamcote.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Warwickshire Census CD9 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Warwickshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1141, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 9 (HO107/1141):<BR/> Birmingham Asylum for Infant Poor, Birmingham General Hospital, Birmingham St George.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Wiltshire Census (HO107/1164-1190) CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Wiltshire 1841 Census comes on 13 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as this is the best possible quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which do not necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/1164-1166):<BR/> Alderbury, Alderbury - Farley, Alderbury - Pitton, Allington, Amesbury, Amesbury Union Workhouse, Boscombe, Bradford, Bradford - Atworth, Bradford - Holt, Bradford - Leigh and Woolley, Bradford - Stoke, Bradford - Trowle, Bradford - Winsley, Bradford - Wraxall, Broughton Gifford, Bulford, Chalfield, Cholderton, Clarendon Park, Durnford, Durrington, East Grimstead, Farley Hospital, Figheldean, Hurst, Hurst - Broad Hinton, Idmiston, Idmiston - Shripple, Laverstock and Ford, Laverstock Lunatic Asylum, Ludgershall, Melchet Park, Milston, Monkton Farleigh, Newton Toney, North Tidworth, Plaitford, Shinfield, Swallowfield, West Dean, West Grimstead, West Wellow, Wingfield, Winterbourne Dauntsey, Winterbourne Earls, Winterbourne Gunner, Winterslow, Wokingham.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/1167-1169):<BR/> Alderbury Union Workhouse, Barford St Martin, Baverstock, Baverstock - Hurdcott, Berwick Bassett, Berwick St James, Blackland, Bowood, Bramshaw, Britford, Burcombe, Calne, Calne Private Asylum, Calne Union Workhouse, Calstone Wellington, Cherhill, Compton Bassett, Coombe Bisset, Fisherton Anger, Fisherton Lunatic Asylum, Fovant, Fugglestone St Peter, Great Wishford, Groveley, Heddington, Homington, Little Langford, Maddington, Netherhampton, Odstock, Orcheston St Mary, Salisbury Infirmary, Sherrington, Shrewton, South Newton, Stapleford, Steeple Langford, Stratford Tony, Sutton Mandeville, Tilshead, West Harnham, Whitsbury, Wilton, Wilton - Bulbridge, Wilton Union Workhouse, Wiltshire County Gaol, Wily, Winterbourne Stoke, Yatesbury.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/1170-1171):<BR/> Alderton, Alvesdiston, Berwick St John, Biddestone St Nicholas, Biddestone St Peter, Bower Chalk, Box, Bremhill, Broad Chalk, Chippenham, Chippenham Workhouse, Christian Malford, Colerne, Corsham, Ebbesborne Wake, Fifield Bavant, Kingsdown House Lunatic Asylum, Semley, Tollard Royal.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/1172-1174):<BR/> Bishopstone, Christian Malford, Compton Chamberlain, Ditteridge, Downton, East Knoyle, Easton Grey, Hindon, Hullavington, Kellaways, Kingswood, Kington St Michael, Lacock, Lacock Workhouse, Langley Burrell, Longbridge Deverill, Luckington, Martin, Monkton Deverill, Nunton and Bodenham, Pewsham, Sherston Magna, Slaughterford, Sopworth, South Damerham, Standlinch.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/1175-1177):<BR/> Anstey, Berwick St Leonard, Boyton, Bradford Union Workhouse, Brixton Deverill, Chicklade, Chilmark, Chiltern All Saints, Chiltern St Mary, Codford St Mary, Codford St Peter, Collingbourne Ducis, Donhead St Andrew, Donhead St Mary, East Tisbury, Enford, Everleigh, Fittleton, Fonthill Gifford, Fonthill Gifford Lunatic Asylum, Fyfield, Ham, Heytesbury, Hill Deverill, Horningsham, Imber, Knook, Landford, Little Hinton, Netheravon, Orcheston St George, Overton, Rollstone, Sedghill, Stockton, Swallowcliffe, Teffont Evias, Tisbury Union Workhouse, Tytherington, Upton Lovell, Wardour, West Tisbury, Westwood, Whiteparish, Wroughton.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/1178):<BR/> Ashton Keynes, Ashton Keynes - Leigh, Blunsdon St Andrew, Castle Eaton, Cricklade St Mary, Cricklade St Sampson, Eisey, Hannington, Highworth, Highworth, Highworth Union Workhouse, Inglesham, Latton, Liddiard Millicent, Marston, Maisey, Poulton, Purton, Purton Union Workhouse, Purton - Braydon, Rodbourne Cheney, Shorncote, Somerford Keynes, Stanton Fitzwarren, Stratton St Margaret.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/1179-1180):<BR/> Burbage, Buttermere, Chilton Foliat, Chisledon, Chute, Chute Forest, Cliffe Pypard, Collingbourne Kingston, Draycott Foliatt, Easton, Froxfield, Froxfield - Somerset Hospital, Great Bedwin, Hilmarton, Hippenscombe, Hungerford, Liddington, Little Bedwin, Lydiard Tregoze, Lyneham, Milton Lilbourne, Pewsey, Pewsey Union Workhouse, Savernake and Brimslade, Shalbourn - Bagshot, Swindon, Tidcombe, Tockenham, Wanborough, Wootton Bassett, Wootton Rivers<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/1181):<BR/> Abbey, Ashley, Bremilham, Brinkworth, Brokenborough, Brokenborough Union Workhouse, Charlton, Crudwell, Dauntsey, Draycot Cerne, Foxley, Garsdon, Great Somerford, Hankerton, Hullavington, Kemble, Lea, Little Somerford, Malmesbury St Paul, Long Newnton, Norton, Oaksey, Poole Keynes, Seagry, Stanton St Quintin, Sutton Benger, Westport St Mary.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 9 (HO107/1182-1183):<BR/> East Stoke, Hilperton, Keevil, Kingston Deverill, Maiden Bradley, Melksham, Mere, Mere Union Workhouse, Mere - Woodlands, Mere - Zeals, Poulshot, Stourton, Trowbridge, Trowbridge Barracks, West Knoyle, Whaddon.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 10 (HO107/1184-1185):<BR/> Aldbourn, Avebury, Baydon, Belle Vue Lunatic Asylum, Bishops Cannings, Bishopston, Broad Hinton, Bromham, Devizes Union Workhouse, East Kennet, Fiddington House Lunatic Asylum, Highway, Hilmarton, Marlborough Union Workhouse, Mildenhall, North Savernake, Ogbourne St Andrew, Ogbourne St George, Overton, Potterne, Preshute, Ramsbury, Rowde, West Lavington, West Lavington - Littleton Pannell, Winterbourne Bassett, Winterbourne Monkton.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 11 (HO107/1186-1187):<BR/> Bishopstrow, Charlton, Corsley, Dinton, Fisherton Delamere, Fisherton Delamere - Bapton, Great Cheverell, Little Cheverell, Huish, Imber, Manningford Abbots, Manningford Bruce, Milford, North Newnton, Norton Bavant, Pertwood, Rushall, Stratford Subcastle, Sutton Veny, Teffont Magna, Upavon, Upton Scudamore, Urchfont, Warminster, Warminster Union Workhouse, Wilcot, Wilsford, Woodborough, Woodford.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 12 (HO107/1188-1189):<BR/> Bridewell Workhouse, Devizes St John the Baptist,Devizes New Prison, Devizes St Mary the Virgin, East Coulston, Edington, Keevil, Marlborough St Mary the Virgin, Marlborough St Peter and St Paul, Melksham Union Workhouse, North Bradley, North Bradley - Southwick, Steeple Ashton, Steeple Ashton - West Ashton, Steeple Ashton - Hinton, Steeple Ashton - Littleton, Steeple Ashton - Semington, Westbury, Westbury Union Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 13 (HO107/1190):<BR/> Bugmore Hospital, Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury City Workhouse, Salisbury St Edmund, Salisbury St Martin, Salisbury St Nicholas Hospital, Salisbury St Thomas.<BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $63.85
1841 Wiltshire Census CD1 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Wiltshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1164-1166, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/1164-1166):<BR/> Alderbury, Alderbury - Farley, Alderbury - Pitton, Allington, Amesbury, Amesbury Union Workhouse, Boscombe, Bradford, Bradford - Atworth, Bradford - Holt, Bradford - Leigh and Woolley, Bradford - Stoke, Bradford - Trowle, Bradford - Winsley, Bradford - Wraxall, Broughton Gifford, Bulford, Chalfield, Cholderton, Clarendon Park, Durnford, Durrington, East Grimstead, Farley Hospital, Figheldean, Hurst, Hurst - Broad Hinton, Idmiston, Idmiston - Shripple, Laverstock and Ford, Laverstock Lunatic Asylum, Ludgershall, Melchet Park, Milston, Monkton Farleigh, Newton Toney, North Tidworth, Plaitford, Shinfield, Swallowfield, West Dean, West Grimstead, West Wellow, Wingfield, Winterbourne Dauntsey, Winterbourne Earls, Winterbourne Gunner, Winterslow, Wokingham.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Wiltshire Census CD10 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Wiltshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1184-1185, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 10 (HO107/1184-1185):<BR/> Aldbourn, Avebury, Baydon, Belle Vue Lunatic Asylum, Bishops Cannings, Bishopston, Broad Hinton, Bromham, Devizes Union Workhouse, East Kennet, Fiddington House Lunatic Asylum, Highway, Hilmarton, Marlborough Union Workhouse, Mildenhall, North Savernake, Ogbourne St Andrew, Ogbourne St George, Overton, Potterne, Preshute, Ramsbury, Rowde, West Lavington, West Lavington - Littleton Pannell, Winterbourne Bassett, Winterbourne Monkton.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Wiltshire Census CD11 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Wiltshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1186-1187, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 11 (HO107/1186-1187):<BR/> Bishopstrow, Charlton, Corsley, Dinton, Fisherton Delamere, Fisherton Delamere - Bapton, Great Cheverell, Little Cheverell, Huish, Imber, Manningford Abbots, Manningford Bruce, Milford, North Newnton, Norton Bavant, Pertwood, Rushall, Stratford Subcastle, Sutton Veny, Teffont Magna, Upavon, Upton Scudamore, Urchfont, Warminster, Warminster Union Workhouse, Wilcot, Wilsford, Woodborough, Woodford.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Wiltshire Census CD12 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Wiltshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1188-1189, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 12 (HO107/1188-1189):<BR/> Bridewell Workhouse, Devizes St John the Baptist, Devizes New Prison, Devizes St Mary the Virgin, East Coulston, Edington, Keevil, Marlborough St Mary the Virgin, Marlborough St Peter and St Paul, Melksham Union Workhouse, North Bradley, North Bradley - Southwick, Steeple Ashton, Steeple Ashton - West Ashton, Steeple Ashton - Hinton, Steeple Ashton - Littleton, Steeple Ashton - Semington, Westbury, Westbury Union Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive. $23.95
1841 Wiltshire Census CD13 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Wiltshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1190, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 13 (HO107/1190):<BR/> Bugmore Hospital, Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury City Workhouse, Salisbury St Edmund, Salisbury St Martin, Salisbury St Nicholas Hospital, Salisbury St Thomas.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Wiltshire Census CD2 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Wiltshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1167-1169, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/1167-1169):<BR/> Alderbury Union Workhouse, Barford St Martin, Baverstock, Baverstock - Hurdcott, Berwick Bassett, Berwick St James, Blackland, Bowood, Bramshaw, Britford, Burcombe, Calne, Calne Private Asylum, Calne Union Workhouse, Calstone Wellington, Cherhill, Compton Bassett, Coombe Bisset, Fisherton Anger, Fisherton Lunatic Asylum, Fovant, Fugglestone St Peter, Great Wishford, Groveley, Heddington, Homington, Little Langford, Maddington, Netherhampton, Odstock, Orcheston St Mary, Salisbury Infirmary, Sherrington, Shrewton, South Newton, Stapleford, Steeple Langford, Stratford Tony, Sutton Mandeville, Tilshead, West Harnham, Whitsbury, Wilton, Wilton - Bulbridge, Wilton Union Workhouse, Wiltshire County Gaol, Wily, Winterbourne Stoke, Yatesbury.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Wiltshire Census CD3 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Wiltshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1170-1171, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/1170-1171):<BR/> Alderton, Alvesdiston, Berwick St John, Biddestone St Nicholas, Biddestone St Peter, Bower Chalk, Box, Bremhill, Broad Chalk, Chippenham, Chippenham Workhouse, Christian Malford, Colerne, Corsham, Ebbesborne Wake, Fifield Bavant, Kingsdown House Lunatic Asylum, Semley, Tollard Royal.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Wiltshire Census CD4 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Wiltshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1172-1174, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/1172-1174):<BR/> Bishopstone, Christian Malford, Compton Chamberlain, Ditteridge, Downton, East Knoyle, Easton Grey, Hindon, Hullavington, Kellaways, Kingswood, Kington St Michael, Lacock, Lacock Workhouse, Langley Burrell, Longbridge Deverill, Luckington, Martin, Monkton Deverill, Nunton and Bodenham, Pewsham, Sherston Magna, Slaughterford, Sopworth, South Damerham, Standlinch.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Wiltshire Census CD5 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Wiltshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1175-1177, and it contains images of the censusbooks digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/1175-1177):<BR/> Anstey, Berwick St Leonard, Boyton, Bradford Union Workhouse, Brixton Deverill, Chicklade, Chilmark, Chiltern All Saints, Chiltern St Mary, Codford St Mary, Codford St Peter, Collingbourne Ducis, Donhead St Andrew, Donhead St Mary, East Tisbury, Enford, Everleigh, Fittleton, Fonthill Gifford, Fonthill Gifford Lunatic Asylum, Fyfield, Ham, Heytesbury, Hill Deverill, Horningsham, Imber, Knook, Landford, Little Hinton, Netheravon, Orcheston St George, Overton, Rollstone, Sedghill, Stockton, Swallowcliffe, Teffont Evias, Tisbury Union Workhouse, Tytherington, Upton Lovell, Wardour, West Tisbury, Westwood, Whiteparish, Wroughton<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Wiltshire Census CD6 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Wiltshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1178, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/1178):<BR/> Ashton Keynes, Ashton Keynes - Leigh, Blunsdon St Andrew, Castle Eaton, Cricklade St Mary, Cricklade St Sampson, Eisey, Hannington, Highworth, Highworth, Highworth Union Workhouse, Inglesham, Latton, Liddiard Millicent, Marston, Maisey, Poulton, Purton, Purton Union Workhouse, Purton - Braydon, Rodbourne Cheney, Shorncote, Somerford Keynes, Stanton Fitzwarren, Stratton St Margaret.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Wiltshire Census CD7 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Wiltshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1179-1180, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/1179-1180):<BR/> Burbage, Buttermere, Chilton Foliat, Chisledon, Chute, Chute Forest, Cliffe Pypard, Collingbourne Kingston, Draycott Foliatt, Easton, Froxfield, Froxfield - Somerset Hospital, Great Bedwin, Hilmarton, Hippenscombe, Hungerford, Liddington, Little Bedwin, Lydiard Tregoze, Lyneham, Milton Lilbourne, Pewsey, Pewsey Union Workhouse, Savernake and Brimslade, Shalbourn - Bagshot, Swindon, Tidcombe, Tockenham, Wanborough, Wootton Bassett, Wootton Rivers<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Wiltshire Census CD8 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Wiltshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1181, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/1181):<BR/> Abbey, Ashley, Bremilham, Brinkworth, Brokenborough, Brokenborough Union Workhouse, Charlton, Crudwell, Dauntsey, Draycot Cerne, Foxley, Garsdon, Great Somerford, Hankerton, Hullavington, Kemble, Lea, Little Somerford, Malmesbury St Paul, Long Newnton, Norton, Oaksey, Poole Keynes, Seagry, Stanton St Quintin, Sutton Benger, Westport St Mary.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Wiltshire Census CD9 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Wiltshire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1182-1183, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 9 (HO107/1182-1183):<BR/> East Stoke, Hilperton, Keevil, Kingston Deverill, Maiden Bradley, Melksham, Mere, Mere Union Workhouse, Mere - Woodlands, Mere - Zeals, Poulshot, Stourton, Trowbridge, Trowbridge Barracks, West Knoyle, Whaddon<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Worcestershire Census CD1 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Worcestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1191-1194, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/1191-1194):<BR/> Abberley, Abbotts Morton, Acton Beauchamp, Astley, Badsey, Bayton, Bockleton, Bretforton, Church Honey, Bourne with Poden, Church Lench - Atch Lench, Church Lench - Sheriffs Lench, Clifton upon Teame, Cotheridge, Doddenham, Eastham, Eastham - Hanley Child, Eastham - Orleton, Edvin Loach, Evesham Union Workhouse, Great Hampton, Great Kyre, Great Witley, Hanley William, Kings Areley, Littleton North, Littleton South, Lower Sapey or Pritchard, Lulsley, Mamble, Martley, Martley - Hillhampton, Martley Union Workhouse, Norton - Chadbury and Lenchwick, Offenham, Oldberrow, Ribbesford, Ribbesford - Bewdley, Rock, Shelsley Beauchamp, Shelsley Walsh, Shrawley, Stanford on Teame, Stockton, Stoke Bliss - Little Kyre, Suckley, Suckley - Alfrick, Tenbury, Tenbury - Berrington, Tenbury - Sutton, Tenbury Foreign, Tenbury Foreign with Kyrewood, Tenbury Union Workhouse, Wickhamford<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Worcestershire Census CD2 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Worcestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller set covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1195, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features ofthe CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/1195):<BR/> Belbroughton, Bromsgrove, Bromsgrove Union Workhouse, Chaddesley Corbett, Churchill, Coston Hackett, Crutch, Dodderhil, Dodderhill - Elmbridge, Doverdale, King Edward Grammar School<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Worcestershire Census CD3 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Worcestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1196, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/1196):<BR/> Dudley, Dudley Workhouse. <BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Worcestershire Census CD4 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Worcestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1197, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/1197):<BR/> Church Lench, Elmley Lovett, Feckenham, Frankley, Grafton Manor, Hadsor, Hagley, Halesowen - Cradley, Halesowen - Lutley, Halesowen - Warley Wigorn, Hampton Lovett, Hartlebury - Upper Mitton, Kidderminster - Lower Mitton, Kidderminster Foreign, Kidderminster Union Workhouse, Kings Norton, Kings Norton Union Workhouse, Kington, Northfield.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Worcestershire Census CD5 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Worcestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1198-1199, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/1198-1199):<BR/> Alvechurch, Berrow, Bishampton, Blockley, Bredicot, Bredon, Broadwas, Oldswinford, Oldswinford Hospital School, Oldswinford - Stourbridge, Pedmore, Rushock, Salwarpe, Stone, Stourbridge Grammar School, Tardebigg - Bentley Pauncefoot, Tardebigg - Redditch, Tardebigg - Upton Warren, Tardebigg - Webheath, Westwood Park, Wheelers Charity School, White Lady Aston, Worcester St John Bedwardine, Yardley.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Worcestershire Census CD6 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Worcestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1200-1203, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/1200-1203):<BR/> Churchill, Claines, Cleeve Prior, Croome D'Abitot, Cropthorn - Charlton, Cropthorn - Netherton, Crowle, Daylesford, Earls Croome, Elmley Castle, Evenlode, Fladbury, Fladbury - Stock and Bradley, Flaubert - Throckmorton, Fladbury - Wyre Piddle, Grimley, Hallow, Hallow - Broadheath, Hanbury, Hartlebury, Harvington, Hill Croome, Himbleton, Himbleton - Shell, Hinlip, Holt, Holt - Little Witley, Huddington, Icomb, Inkberrow, Kempsey, Knightwick, Lindridge, Lindridge - Knighton on Teme, Lindridge - Pensax, Little Malvern, Norton by Kempsey, Oddingley, Ombersley, Overbury, Overbury - Alstone, Overbury - Conderton, Overbury - Little Washbourne, Overbury - Teddington, Pendock, Redmarley D'Abitot, Ripple, Ripple - Holdfast, Rouse Lench, Sedgeberrow, Shipston on Stour, Shipston on Stour Union Workhouse, Spetchley, Stoke Prior, Stoulton, Tibberton, Tidmington, Tredington, Tredington - Blackwell, Tredington - Darlingscott, Tredington - Newbold, Warndon, Welland, Whittington, Wichenford, Wolverley, Worcester St Martin.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Worcestershire Census CD7 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Worcestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1204-1206, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/1204-1206):<BR/> Abberton, Alderminster, Beoley, Besford, Birlingham, Birtsmorton, Bricklehampton, Broadway, Broughton Hackett, Bushley, Castle Morton, Chaceley, Defford, Dormston, Eckington, Eldersfield, Flyford Flavel, Grafton Flyford, Great Comberton, Great Malvern, Hanley Castle, Leigh, Leigh - Bransford, Little Comberton, Longdon, Madresfield, Martin Hussingtree, Mathon, Naunton Beauchamp, North Piddle, Powick, Ripple, Seven Stoke, Staunton, Upton on Severn, Upton on Severn Union Workhouse, Peopleton, Pershore Holy Cross, Pershore Holy Cross Union Workhouse, Pershore Holy Cross - Walcott cum Membris, Pershore St Andrew, Pershore St Andrew - Pensham, Pinvin, Pirton, Strensham, Upton Snodsbury, Wick.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Worcestershire Census CD8 CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Worcestershire 1841 Census, now also comes as smaller sets covering just one or two piece numbers on each CD, so why buy the full county set, if you don't need it. This set contains the places covered by HO107/1207-1209, and it contains images of the census books digitised from the microfilm. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>The CD set is readable using Adobe Acrobat which allows you to link to indexes to browse the areas and streets where your ancestors possibly lived, and it covers the places as they appeared on the 1841 Census fiche (see the list below for the places that are covered by this set).<BR/><BR/>This is real primary data! Note that the CDs contain images of the actual pages of the census enumerators' books. Real original primary research data, (not transcriptions in text format). What you see is the original hand written documents. That does involve you reading the pages rather than typing in a name and expecting the computer to find it. However, you will very quickly become used to the handwriting styles of the different enumerators, and it is easy to click through the pages at even low magnification to spot the people you are looking for.<BR/><BR/>Features of the CD set are: the ability to magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, alphabetic street index for larger towns, and searchable area indexes. Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/1207-1209):<BR/> Blockhouse, Claines, Claines - Whitstones, Coventry Charity Hospital, Dodderhill, Droitwich Lunatic Asylum, Droitwich St Andrew, Droitwich St Nicholas, Droitwich St Peter, Droitwich Union Workhouse, Evesham All Saints, Evesham Gaol, Evesham St Lawrence, Evesham St Peter Bengeworth, Kidderminster, Marlborough, Salwarpe, Worcester All Saints, Worcester City Gaol, Worcester College Precincts, Worcester County Gaol, Worcester Infirmary, Worcester St Alban, Worcester St Andrew, Worcester St Clement, Worcester St Helen, Worcester St Martin, Worcester St Michael Bedwardine, Worcester St Nicholas, Worcester St Peter, Worcester St Swithin, Worcester Union Workhouse.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1841 Worcestershire Census H107/1191-1209) CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This CD-ROM set of the Worcestershire 1841 Census comes on 8 CDs, and is very high quality digitised images of the original census enumerators' books taken from microfilm (not microfiche) as it is higher quality. Please note: Censuses are organised by Registration Districts, which do not necessarily correspond with county boundaries. A set of census records for a Registration District may omit some places within a county, and/or include places from adjacent counties. <BR/><BR/>The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the PRO, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.<BR/><BR/>Using Adobe Acrobat Reader you can zoom in and out to read the pages. You really don't have to squint to read the pages. Zoom right in without noticeable loss of detail. That's because of the very high quality of the scanning. Print quality is excellent too! Even on a standard bubblejet printer you can be sure of superb results. You can print first class copies of any page for use in your family history documents. <BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the originals. These CDs can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 1 (HO107/1191-1194):<BR/> Abberley, Abbotts Morton, Acton Beauchamp, Astley, Badsey, Bayton, Bockleton, Bretforton, Church Honey, Bourne with Poden, Church Lench - Atch Lench, Church Lench - Sheriffs Lench, Clifton upon Teame, Cotheridge, Doddenham, Eastham, Eastham - Hanley Child, Eastham - Orleton, Edvin Loach, Evesham Union Workhouse, Great Hampton, Great Kyre, Great Witley, Hanley William, Kings Areley, Littleton North, Littleton South, Lower Sapey or Pritchard, Lulsley, Mamble, Martley, Martley - Hillhampton, Martley Union Workhouse, Norton - Chadbury and Lenchwick, Offenham, Oldberrow, Ribbesford, Ribbesford - Bewdley, Rock, Shelsley Beauchamp, Shelsley Walsh, Shrawley, Stanford on Teame, Stockton, Stoke Bliss - Little Kyre, Suckley, Suckley - Alfrick, Tenbury, Tenbury - Berrington, Tenbury - Sutton, Tenbury Foreign, Tenbury Foreign with Kyrewood, Tenbury Union Workhouse, Wickhamford<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 2 (HO107/1195):<BR/> Belbroughton, Bromsgrove, Bromsgrove Union Workhouse, Chaddesley Corbett, Churchill, Coston Hackett, Crutch, Dodderhil, Dodderhill - Elmbridge, Doverdale, King Edward Grammar School<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 3 (HO107/1196):<BR/> Dudley, Dudley Workhouse<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 4 (HO107/1197):<BR/> Church Lench, Elmley Lovett, Feckenham, Frankley, Grafton Manor, Hadsor, Hagley, Halesowen - Cradley, Halesowen - Lutley, Halesowen - Warley Wigorn, Hampton Lovett, Hartlebury - Upper Mitton, Kidderminster - Lower Mitton, Kidderminster Foreign, Kidderminster Union Workhouse, Kings Norton, Kings Norton Union Workhouse, Kington, Northfield<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 5 (HO107/1198-1199):<BR/> Alvechurch, Berrow, Bishampton, Blockley, Bredicot, Bredon, Broadwas, Oldswinford, Oldswinford Hospital School, Oldswinford - Stourbridge, Pedmore, Rushock, Salwarpe, Stone, Stourbridge Grammar School, Tardebigg - Bentley Pauncefoot, Tardebigg - Redditch, Tardebigg - Upton Warren, Tardebigg - Webheath, Westwood Park, Wheelers Charity School, White Lady Aston, Worcester St John Bedwardine, Yardley<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 6 (HO107/1200-1203):<BR/> Churchill, Claines, Cleeve Prior, Croome D'Abitot, Cropthorn - Charlton, Cropthorn - Netherton, Crowle, Daylesford, Earls Croome, Elmley Castle, Evenlode, Fladbury, Fladbury - Stock and Bradley, Flaubert - Throckmorton, Fladbury - Wyre Piddle, Grimley, Hallow, Hallow - Broadheath, Hanbury, Hartlebury, Harvington, Hill Croome, Himbleton, Himbleton - Shell, Hinlip, Holt, Holt - Little Witley, Huddington, Icomb, Inkberrow, Kempsey, Knightwick, Lindridge, Lindridge - Knighton on Teme, Lindridge - Pensax, Little Malvern, Norton by Kempsey, Oddingley, Ombersley, Overbury, Overbury - Alstone, Overbury - Conderton, Overbury - Little Washbourne, Overbury - Teddington, Pendock, Redmarley D'Abitot, Ripple, Ripple - Holdfast, Rouse Lench, Sedgeberrow, Shipston on Stour, Shipston on Stour Union Workhouse, Spetchley, Stoke Prior, Stoulton, Tibberton, Tidmington, Tredington, Tredington - Blackwell, Tredington - Darlingscott, Tredington - Newbold, Warndon, Welland, Whittington, Wichenford, Wolverley, Worcester St Martin<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 7 (HO107/1204-1206):<BR/> Abberton, Alderminster, Beoley, Besford, Birlingham,Birtsmorton, Bricklehampton, Broadway, Broughton Hackett, Bushley, Castle Morton, Chaceley, Defford, Dormston, Eckington, Eldersfield, Flyford Flavel, Grafton Flyford, Great Comberton, Great Malvern, Hanley Castle, Leigh, Leigh - Bransford, Little Comberton, Longdon, Madresfield, Martin Hussingtree, Mathon, Naunton Beauchamp, North Piddle, Powick, Ripple, Seven Stoke, Staunton, Upton on Severn, Upton on Severn Union Workhouse, Peopleton, Pershore Holy Cross, Pershore Holy Cross Union Workhouse, Pershore Holy Cross - Walcott cum Membris, Pershore St Andrew, Pershore St Andrew - Pensham, Pinvin, Pirton, Strensham, Upton Snodsbury, Wick<BR/><BR/>Places on CD 8 (HO107/1207-1209):<BR/> Blockhouse, Claines, Claines - Whitstones, Coventry Charity Hospital, Dodderhill, Droitwich Lunatic Asylum, Droitwich St Andrew, Droitwich St Nicholas, Droitwich St Peter, Droitwich Union Workhouse, Evesham All Saints, Evesham Gaol, Evesham St Lawrence, Evesham St Peter Bengeworth, Kidderminster, Marlborough, Salwarpe, Worcester All Saints, Worcester City Gaol, Worcester College Precincts, Worcester County Gaol, Worcester Infirmary, Worcester St Alban, Worcester St Andrew, Worcester St Clement, Worcester St Helen, Worcester St Martin, Worcester St Michael Bedwardine, Worcester St Nicholas, Worcester St Peter, Worcester St Swithin, Worcester Union Workhouse<BR/><BR/>Each CD is also available individually.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows, Macintosh or Unix systems, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $48.85
1842 Penny Magazine CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Penny Magazine was published weekly by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. A collection of hundreds of fascinating and informative illustrated articles with a very wide range of topics, both for Great Britain and various other parts of the world. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT (or better), or Apple Macintosh, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1843 London Post Office Directory CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Official directory, Commercial directory (people with trades), Court directory (private residents and their addresses, in alphabetical order, but not all), Parliamentary directory, Postage directory, Banking directory, Churches and Chapels directory, Schools, etc. Over 1600 pages.<BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. Information about the towns and villages within the county, its inhabitants and name and address, together with their occupations. A wealth of information and a snapshot in time. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, CD-ROM. Also suitable Macintosh and Unix operating systems.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $29.85
1843 Penny Magazine CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Penny Magazine was published weekly by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. A collection of hundreds of fascinating and informative illustrated articles with a very wide range of topics, both for Great Britain and various other parts of the world. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT (or better), or Apple Macintosh, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1844 Glover's History & Directory of Nottingham S. Glover CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - 'An alphabetical listing of the inhabitants, classification of the professions and trades, a complete register of electors, a brief description of its present state, population, trade, county and poor rates, institutions, public buildings, etc.'<BR/><BR/>This is a most unusual directory for this early period, in that it lists the residents, (rather than just the people with trades). It even includes the framework knitters. Furthermore it states whether they are freemen, freeholders, occupiers (of houses), or journeymen (people who have completed their apprenticeship), together with their addresses.<BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>This CD book has been formatted to be searchable using Adobe Acrobat Reader.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, CD-ROM drive, Adobe Acrobat. Also suitable for Macintosh or Unix operating systems.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $23.85
1844 Penny Magazine CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - The Penny Magazine was published weekly by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. A collection of hundreds of fascinating and informative illustrated articles with a very wide range of topics, both for Great Britain and various other parts of the world. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT (or better), or Apple Macintosh, CD-ROM drive.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $19.95
1844 World Atlas (2 CD set) CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - A huge and rare world atlas published by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge in 1844. Contains superb maps of continents and countries, and includes detailed larger scale maps of sections of the USA (although there are some fairly blank open spaces in the area west of the Mississippi!) and England, plus street maps of major cities throughout the world. A superb reference resource for historians and genealogists.<BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, CD-ROM drive. Also suitable for Apple Macintosh of Unix systems.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $37.85
1848 Lascelles & Hagar's Directory of Nottingham Lascelles & Hagar CD Archive BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - This rare book contains some fascinating early advertisements, and an engraving of Nottingham's first passenger railway station. Also includes the Parishes of Basford, Bridgford, Carlton, Lenton, Radford, Sneinton, Wilford and Wollaton.<BR/><BR/>Sections include an alphabetical listing of residents of the town, with profession and residence, and a classified trades directory. For the surrounding villages, we see an unusually detailed list of people, including cow keepers, framework knitters, etc. in addition to those with businesses and more recognised trades.<BR/><BR/>High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. A wealth of information and a snapshot in time. This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.<BR/><BR/>This CD book has been formatted to be searchable using Adobe Acrobat Reader.<BR/><BR/>System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, CD-ROM drive, Adobe Acrobat. Also suitable for Macintosh or Unix operating systems.<BR/><BR/><div align='right'><i>Summary by Archive CD Books Ltd.</i></div> $23.85
1850 BARNWELL DISTRICT SOUTH CAROLINA CENSUS Jarrell, Lawrence E. Heritage Books 0788432982 BRAND NEW Softcover Book Publisher List Price= $20 $18.00
1850 BEAUFORT DISTRICT SOUTH CAROLINA CENSUS Jarrell, Lawrence E. Heritage Books 0788433490 BRAND NEW Softcover Book Publisher List Price= $20 $18.00
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1850 Census - Arkansas Co., AR ( ARark850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Ashley Co., AR ( ARash850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Atchison Co., MO (Moatc850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - AttalaCo., MS ( MSatta850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Audrain Co., MO ( MOaud850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Austin Co., TX (TXaus850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Autauga Co. , AL (ALaut850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Baldwin Co., AL (ALbal850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Ballard Co., KY (KYbal850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Barbour Co., AL (ALbar850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Barren Co., KY ( KYBar850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Barry Co., MO (MObar850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Bastrop Co., TX Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Bates Co., MO (MObat850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Bath Co., KY ( KYBat850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Benton Co., AL (ALben850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Benton Co., AR ( ARben850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Benton Co., MO (MOben850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Benton/Itasca/Mankahta MN Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Benton/Linn/Polk Cos., OR (ORben850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Bexar Co., TX (Txbex850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Bibb Co., AL (ALbib850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Blount Co., AL (ALblo850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Boliver & Scott Co., MS ( MSbol/sco850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Boone Co., KY ( KYBoo850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Boone Co., MO (MOboo850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Bourbon Co., KY ( KYBou850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Bowie Co., TX (Txbow850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Boyle Co., KY ( KYboy850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Bracken Co., KY ( KYBra850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Bradley Co., AR( ARbra850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Brazoria Co., TX (TXbrz850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Brazos/Angelina Cos., TX (Txbra850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Breathitt Co., KY ( KYbrt850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Breckinridge Co., KY ( KYbre850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Bryan Co., GA (Gabry850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Bullitt Co., KY ( KYBul850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Bulloch Co., GA ( GAbul850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Burke Co., GA ( GAbur850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Burleson Co., TX (Txbur850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Butler Co., AL (ALbut850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Butler Co., AL (ALbut850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Butler Co., KY (KYBur850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Butler Co., PA (PABut850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Butte Co., CA ( CAbut850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Butts Co., GA ( GAbut850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Calaveras Co., CA ( CAcal850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Caldwell Co., KY (KYCal850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Caldwell Co., TX (Txcal850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Calhoun Co., TX (TXclh850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Calloway Co., KY (KYCll850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Camden Co., GA ( GAcam850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Camerson / Starr./ Webb Cos., TX (Txcam850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Campbell Co., GA ( GAcap850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Campbell Co., KY ( KYcam850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Carroll Co., AR ( ARcar850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Carroll Co., KY ( KYcar850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Carter Co., KY ( KYcat850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Casey Co., KY ( KYCas850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Cass Co., TX (Txcas850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Chambers Co., AL (ALbut850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Cherokee Co., AL (ALche850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Cherokee Co., TX (Txche850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Chicot Co., AR ( ARchi850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Choctaw Co., AL( ALcho850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Christian Co., IL ( ILchr850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Christian Co., KY ( KYchr850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Clackamas Co., OR (ORcla1850 Census - ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Clark Co., AR ( ARclk850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Clark Co., IL ( ILcla850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Clark Co., KY ( KYcla850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Clark/Clatsop/Lewis Cos. OR (ORclk850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Clarke Co., AL (ALcla850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Clatsop/Lewis/Clark Cos., OR (ORclp850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Clay Co., IL ( ILclb850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Clay Co., KY ( KYcly850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Clinton Co., IL ( ILcli850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Clinton Co., KY ( KYcli850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Coffee Co., AL (ALcof850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Coffee Co., TN (Tncof850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Collin Co., TX (Txcll850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Colorado Co., TX (Txcol850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Colusa/Shata/Trinity Co., CA ( CAcol850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Comal Co., TX (Txcom850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Conecuh Co., AL (ALcon850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Conway Co., AR ( ARcon850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Cooke, Denton & Fannin Co., TX (Txcoo850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Coosa Co., AL (ALcoo850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Covington Co., AL (ALcov850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Crawford Co., AR ( ARcra850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Crawford Co., IL ( ILcra850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Crittenden Co., AR ( ARctn850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Crittenden Co., KY ( KYcri850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Cumberland Co., IL ( ILcum850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Cumberland Co., KY ( KYcum850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Dakotah MN Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Dale Co., AL (ALdal850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Dallas Co., AL (ALdls850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Dallas Co., AR ( ARdal850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Dallas Co., TX (Txdal850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Davidson Co., TN (Tndav850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Daviess Co., KY ( KYdav850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Dawson/ Encinal/Eastland/ Presidio Cos., TX (Txdaw850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - De Kalb Co., AL (ALdk850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - De Witt Co., IL ( ILdew850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - De Witt Co., TX (Txdew850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - DeKalb Co., IL ( ILdek850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Denton Co., TX (TXdnt850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Denton/ Cooke/ Fannin Cos., TX – (Txden850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Desha Co., AR ( ARdes850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Drew Co., AR ( ARdre850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Eastland/ Dawson/Encinal/Presidio Cos., TX (Txdaw850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Edmonson Co., KY ( KYedm850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - El Dorado Co., CA ( CAeld850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Ellis/Tarrant Cos., TX (Txell850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Encinal/Eastland/Presidio/Dawson Cos., TX (Txenc850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Estill Co., KY ( KYest850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Fannin Co., TX (Txfan850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Fannin/Cooke/Denton Cos., TX – (Txfan850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Fayette Co., AL ( ALfay850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Fayette Co., KY (Kyfay850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Fayette Co., TX (Txfay850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Fleming Co., KY ( KYfle850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Floyd Co., KY ( KYflo850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Fort Bend Co., TX (TXftb850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Franklin Co., AL ( ALfra850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Franklin Co., AR ( ARfra850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Franklin Co., KY ( KYfra850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Fulton Co., AR ( ARful850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Fulton Co., KY ( KYful850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Gallatin Co., KY ( KYGal850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Galveston Co., TX (Txgal850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Garrard Co., KY ( KYGar850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Giles Co., TN (Tngil850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Gillespie Co., TX (Txgil850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Glynn Co., GA ( GAgly850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Goliad Co., TX (Txgol850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Goliad/Rufugio Cos., TX (Txgol850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Gonzales Co., Tx (Txgon850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Gordon Co., GA ( GAgor850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Grainger Co., TN (TNgra850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Grant Co., KY ( KYgra850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Graves Co., KY ( KYgrb850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Grayson Co., KY ( KYgry850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Grayson Co., TX (Txgra850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Green Co., KY ( KYgre850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Greene Co., AL (ALgre850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Greene Co., AR ( ARgre850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Greene Co., GA ( GAgre850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Greene Co., MO ( MOgre850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Greene Co., TN (TNgre850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Greenup Co., KY ( KYgru850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Grimes Co., TX (Txgri850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Grundy Co., MO ( MOgru850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Grundy Co., TN ( TNgru850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Guadalupe Co., TX (Txgua850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Gwinnett Co., GA ( GAgwi850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hamilton (disk 1 of 6)Includes Anderson, Columbia, Fulton, Spencer, Springfield, Storrs & Willeneck townships ( OHhamco1 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hamilton (disk 2 of 6) Includes Cleves, Colevane, Crosby, Harrison Crosby, New Baltimore Crosby, New Haven Crosby, Delhi, Green, Miami, Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hamilton (disk 3 of 6) Includes Wards 1 thru 5 of Cincinnati( OHhamco3 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hamilton (disk 4 of 6) Includes Wards 6 thru 8 of Cincinnati( OHhamco4 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hamilton (disk 5 of 6) Includes Wards 9 and 10 of Cincinnati( OHhamco5 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hamilton (disk 6 of 6) Includes Ward 11 of Cincinnati( OHhamco6 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hamilton Co., TN ( TNhai850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hancock Co., KY ( KYHan850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hancock Co., TN ( TNhan850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hancocke Co., AL (ALhan850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hardeman Co., TN ( TNhar850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hardin Co., KY ( KYhar850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hardin Co., TN ( TNhas850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Harlan Co., KY ( KYhal850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Harris Co., TX (Txhar850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Harrison Co., KY ( KYhau850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Harrison Co., MO ( MOhar850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Harrison Co., TX (TXhrs850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hart Co., KY (KYhrt850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hawkins Co., TN ( Tnhaw50 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hays/Medina Cos., TX (Txhay850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hempstead Co., AR ( ARhem850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Henderson Co., KY (KYhnd850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Henderson/Kaufman Cos., TX (Txhen850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Henry Co., AL (ALhen850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Henry Co., KY (KYhen850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Henry Co., TN (TNhen850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hickman Co., KY (KYhic850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hickman Co., TN (TNhic850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hopkins Co., KY (KYhop850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hopkins Co., TX (Txhop850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hot Spring Co., AR ( ARhot850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Houston Co., TX (Txhou850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Humphreys Co., TN (TNhum850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Hunt Co., TX (TX hun850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Independence Co., AR ( ARind850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Itasca/Benton/Mankahta MN Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Izard Co., AR ( ARiza850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jackson Co., AL ( ALjac850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jackson Co., AR ( ARjac850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jackson Co., MS ( MSjac850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jackson Co., TN ( TNjac850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jackson/Wharton Cos., TX (Txjac850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jasper Co., MS ( MSjas850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jasper Co., TX (Txjas850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jefferson Co., AL ( ALjef850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jefferson Co., AR ( ARjef850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jefferson Co., FL (FLjef850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jefferson Co., KY (KYjef850) (Excluding the city of Louisville) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jefferson Co., MS ( MSjef850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jefferson Co., TN ( TNjef850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jefferson Co., TX (Txjef850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jefferson Par., LA ( LAjef850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jessamine Co., KY ( KYJes850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Johnson Co., AR ( ARjoh850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Johnson Co., KY ( KYjoh850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Johnson Co., MO (MOjoh850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Johnson Co., TN ( TNjoh850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Jones Co., MS ( MSjon850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Kaufman/Henderson Cos., TX (Txkau850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Kemper Co., MS ( MSkem850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Kenton Co., KY ( KYken850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Knox Co., KY ( KYknx850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Knox Co., MO ( MOkno850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Knox Co., TN ( TNkno850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Laclede Co., MO ( MOlac850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Lafayette Co., AR ( ARlaf850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
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1850 Census - Lafayette Par., LA ( LAlaf850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Lafourche Par., LA ( LAlfo850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Lamar Co., TX (Txlam850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Larue Co., KY ( KYLar850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Lauderdale Co., AL ( ALlau850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Lauderdale Co., TN (TNlau850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Laurel Co., KY ( KYLau850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Lavaca Co., TX (Txlav850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Lawrence Co., AL ( ALlaw850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Lawrence Co., AR ( ARlaw850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Lawrence Co., KY ( KYLaw850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Lawrence Co., TN (TNlaw850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Leake Co., MS (MSlea850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Leon Co., FL (FLleo850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Leon Co., TX (Txleo850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Letcher Co., KY ( KYLet850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Levy Co., FL Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
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1850 Census - Lewis/Clark/Clatsop Cos., OR (ORlew850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Liberty Co., Tx (Txlib850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Limestone Co., AL ( ALlim850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Limestone Co., TX (Txlim850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Lincoln Co., KY (KYLin850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
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1850 Census - Livingston Co., KY (KYLiv850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Livingston Par., LA ( LAliv850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Logan Co., KY ( KYlog850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Los Angeles Co., CA ( CAlos850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Louisville, City of District 1 (Kylou8501) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
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1850 Census - Lowndes Co., AL ( ALlow850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Lowndes Co., MS (MSlow850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Macon Co., AL ( ALmac850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Macon Co., TN (Tnmac850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Madison Co., AL (ALmad850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Madison Co., AR ( ARmad850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Madison Co., FL (FLmad850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Madison Co., KY ( KYMad850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Madison Co., MS (MSmad850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Madison Par., LA ( LAmad850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Mankahta/Benton/Itasca MN Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Marengo Co., AL (ALmag850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Marin/Mendocino Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
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1850 Census - Marion Co., AL (ALmar850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Marion Co., AR ( ARmar850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Marion Co., FL (FLmar850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Marion Co., KY ( KYmar850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Marion Co., MS (MSmar850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Marion Co., OR (ORmar850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Marion Co., SC (SCMar850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Mariposa Co., CA ( CAmai850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Marlboro Co., SC (SCMlb850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Marshall Co., AL (ALmas850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Marshall Co., KY ( KYmas850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Mason Co., KY ( KYMas850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Matagorda Co., TX (Txmat850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - McCracken Co., KY ( KYmcc850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - McNairy Co., TN (TNmcn850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Meade Co., KY (KYMea850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Medina/Hays Cos., TX (Txmed850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
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1850 Census - Mendocino/Marin/Napa Co., CA ( CAmen850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Mercer Co., KY (Kymer850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Milam/Robertson Cos., TX (Txmil850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Minnesota (MNall850) Entire Territory Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Mississippi Co., AR ( ARmis850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Mobile Co., AL (ALmob850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Monroe Co., AL (ALmnr850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Monroe Co., AR( ARmon850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Monroe Co., FL (FLmon850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Monroe Co., KY (Kymon850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Monroe Co., MS ( MSmon850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Monroe Co., TN (Tnmnr850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Monterey Co., CA ( CAmon850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Montgomery Co., AL (ALmon850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Montgomery Co., AR ( ARmot850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Montgomery Co., KY ( KYmot850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Montgomery Co., TN (TNmon850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Montgomery Co., TX (Txmon850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Morehouse Par., LA ( LAmor850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Morgan Co., AL (ALMor850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Morgan Co., KY ( KYMor850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Morgan Co., MO ( MOmor850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Morgan Co., TN (Tnmor850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Muhlenberg Co., KY ( KYmuh850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Nacogdoches Co., TX (Txnac850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Napa Co., CA ( CAnap850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Napa/Mendocino/Marin Co., CA ( CAnap850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Nassau Co., FL (FLnas850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Natchitoches Par., LA ( LAnat850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Navarro Co., TX (Txnav850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Nelson Co., KY ( KYnel850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Neshoba Co., MS ( MSnes850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - New Madrid Co., MO ( MOnma850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Newberry Co., SC (SCNew850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Newton Co., AR ( ARnew850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Newton Co., MO ( MOnew850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Newton Co., MS ( MSnew850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Newton Co., TX (Txnew850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Nicholas Co., KY ( KYnic850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Nodaway Co., MO ( MOnod850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Nueces/San Patrico Cos., TX (Txnue850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Obion Co., TN (Tnobi850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Ohio Co., IN ( INohi850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Ohio Co., KY ( KYohi850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Oldham Co., KY ( KYold850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Orange Co., FL (FLops850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Orange Co., IN( INora850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Orange, Putnam & St. Lucie Co., FL (FLops850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Oregon Co., MO ( MOore850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Orleans Par., LA (excluding City of New Orleans) (LA#1or850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Orleans Par., LA City of New Orleans wards 1 thru 4 (1st municipality) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Orleans Par., LA City of New Orleans wards 1-4 (2nd municipality) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Orleans Par., LA City of New Orleans wards 1-4 (3rd municipality) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
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1850 Census - Osage Co., MO ( MOosa850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Ouachita Par., LA ( LAoua850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Ouchita Co., AR ( ARouc850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Overton Co., TN (TNove850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Owen Co., KY ( KYowe850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Owsley Co., KY ( KYows850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Ozark Co., MO (MOoza850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Page/Pottawattamie/Taylor Cos., IW (IApag850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Panola Co., TX (Txpan850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Pembina MN Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Pendleton Co., KY ( KYPen850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Perry Co., AL (ALper850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Perry Co., AR( ARper850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Perry Co., KY ( KYPer850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Perry Co., MO (MOper850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Perry Co., TN (TNper850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Pettis Co., MO (MOpet850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Phillips Co., AR ( ARphi850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Pickens Co., AL – (ALpic850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Pike Co., AL – (ALpik850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Pike Co., AR ( ARpik850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Pike Co., KY ( KYpik850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Pike Co., MO (MOpik850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Plaquemines Par., LA ( LApla850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Poinsett Co., AR( ARpoi850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Polk Co., AR ( ARpol850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Polk Co., TN ( TNpol850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Polk Co., TX (Txpol850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Polk/Benton/Linn Cos., OR (ORpol850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Polk/Poweshiek/Tama Cos., IW(IApol850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Pope Co., AR ( ARpop850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Pottawattamie/Taylor/Page Cos., IW (IApot850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Poweshiek/Tama/Polk Cos., IW(IApow850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Prairie Co., AR ( ARpra850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Presidio/Dawson/ Encinal/Eastland Cos., TX (Txpre850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Pulaski Co., AR ( ARpul850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Pulaski Co., KY ( KYpul850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Putnam Co., GA ( GAput850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Rabun Co., GA ( GArab850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Raleigh Co., VA ( VAral850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Ramsey MN Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Randolph Co., AL (ALran850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Randolph Co., AR ( ARran850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Randolph Co., GA ( GAran850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Randolph Co., VA ( VAran850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Rapides Par, LA ( LArap850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Rappahannock Co., VA ( VArap850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Red River Co., TX (Txred850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Refugio Co., TX (Txref850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Richmond Co., GA ( GAric850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Richmond Co., VA ( VAric850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Robertson Co., TN (Tnrob850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Robertson/Milam Cos., TX (Txrob850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Rockcastle Co., KY ( KYRoc850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Rufugio/Golliad Cos., TX (Txruf850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Rusk Co., TX (Txrus850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Russell Co., AL (ALrus850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Russell Co., KY ( KYrus850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Rutherford Co., TN (Tnrut850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Sabine Co., TX (Txsab850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Sabine Par, LA ( LAsab850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Sacramento Co., CA ( CAsac850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Saline Co., AR ( ARsal850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - San Augustine Co., TX (Txaug850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - San Diego Co., CA ( CAsdi850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - San Joaquin Co., CA ( CAsjo850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - San Luis Obispo Co., CA ( CAslu850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - San Patrico/ Nueces Cos., TX (Txsan850) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible $14.75
1850 Census - Santa Barbara Co., CA ( CAsba850 ) Census View BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - PC and Mac Compatible