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Read family, England, Norfolk County - Hempnall & Norwich, ca. 1700-1960

assembled by H. Burrell
Burrell, Herbert, 1900- (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1988
on 1 microfilm reel : facsims., geneal. tables. ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm made of manuscript collection (106 leaves, some typewritten) compiled in 1979 by Herbert Burrell, San Luis Obispo, California; this manuscript collection is largely a revision of a 1963 work.

Includes many photocopies of British documents.

Includes Reed as a variant spelling.

Includes Burrell, Cogman, Hipperson, Ladbrooke, Leigh, Webster and related families.

Family history and genealogical data about the Read family of various parishes in Norfolk County, England between about 1700 and 1960. Includes extracts of genealogical data fpr Reed individuals and families from various parish registers, census records, probate records, etc. Includes three pedigree charts which trace the line into the United States, one of which shows the lineage down to the author.

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