England Land Records Further Reading H to S (National Institute)
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HARLEY, John Brian (editor). 1972. The County Maps from William Camden’s Britannia 1695 by Robert Morden. David and Charles Reprints, Newton Abbot, Devon. Reviewed in Genealogist’s Magazine Vol 17 #10, page 554-5.
HARLEY, John Brian. 1972. Maps for the Local Historian. A Guide to the British Sources. Reprinted from The Local Historian by Blackfriar’s Press, Leicester. FHL 942 E7har.
HARLEY, John Brian. 1975. The Ordnance Survey Maps: A Descriptive Manual. Ordnance Survey, Southampton. FHL book 942 E3osa.
HARLEY, John Brian. 1979. The Ordnance Survey and Land-Use Mapping: Parish Books of Reference and the County Series 1:2500 Maps 1855-1918. University of Exeter, Devon. FHL book 942 E77hb.
HARVEY, John H. 1948. "Questions and Answers (re Borough English)." Genealogists’ Magazine Vol 10 #6, page 188.
HARVEY, J.H. 1974. Sources for the History of Houses British Records Association.
HARVEY, P.D.A. 1993b. Maps in Tudor England. University of Chicago Press. A beautiful book with copious full-colour illustrations.
HAWES, T.L.M. 1978. "Quadruplets by Order". Genealogists’ Magazine Vol 19 #8, page 282; further correspondence in Vol 19 #9, page 326.
HERBER, Mark D. 2003. Ancestral Trails. Sutton Publishing and Society of Genealogists.
HESKINS, Janet. 2000. "Land Tax Records Are a Worthwhile Source for Family Historians". Journal of One-Name Studies Vol 7 #1, page 8-9.
HEY, David. 1996. The Oxford Companion to Local and Family History. Oxford University Press.
HIDDEN, Norman. 1987. "Legal Age in Inquisitions Post Mortem". Genealogists’ Magazine Vol 22 #6, page 214-216.
HINDLE, Paul. 2002. Maps for Historians. Phillimore, Chichester, Sussex.
HISCOCKS, Janet. 2001. "Mistakes in Baptismal Registers." The Greenwood Tree (Somerset and Dorset Family History Society) Vol 26 #2, page 58.
HODSON, D. 1974. The Printed Maps of Hertfordshire. Dawsons of Pall Mall. FHL book 942.58 A3p.
HOGG, Niul. 1966. "Registration of Title to Land." Genealogists’ Magazine Vol 15 #6, page 212-221.
HOLLEY, Stephen. 2004. Bloors Place. Bygone Kent Vol 25 #2, page 68-75.
HOLLINGS, Marjorie. 1950. The Red Book of Worcester: Containing Surveys of the Bishop's Manors and Other Records, Chiefly of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries Worcestershire Historical Society. FHL fiches 6025428-35(8).
HOLLOWELL, Steven. 2000. Enclosure Records for Historians. Phillimore, Chichester, Sussex.
HOSKINS, W.G. 1990. Local History in England. Longman, London.
HUMPHERY-SMITH, Cecil R.1995. The Phillimore Atlas and Index of Parish Registers. Phillimore, Chichester, Sussex.
HUMPHERY-SMITH, Cecil R.1997. "Something to Think About (Manorial Records)". Family Tree Magazine Vol 13 #12, page 25.
HURST, Norman. 1994. "Maps for the Family Historian." Family Tree Magazine Vol 11 #1, page 11-12.
IREDALE, David. 1983-4. "Houses and Genealogy". Genealogists’ Magazine. Part 1 in Vol 21 #4, page 125-131; Part 2 in Vol 21 #5, page 166-169; Part 3 in Vol 21 #6 page 206-209.
IREDALE, David and BARRETT, John. 1991. Discovering Tour Old House. How to Trace the History of Your Home. Shire
JESSUP, F.W. 1960. Court Rolls of the Manor of Chilham in Seventeenth Century Miscellany. Kent Archaeological Society Vol XVII page 1-34. FHL book 942.23 B4ka, FHL film 0924121, or FHL fiche 6072902(3).
JONES, E.L., PORTER, S. and TURNER, M. 1984. A Gazetteer of English Urban Fire Disasters 1500-1900. Geo Books, Norwich. FHL book 942.H2jel.
JONES, P.E. 1952. "Genealogy and the City of London Records: The Archives of the Corporation of London." Genealogists’ Magazine Vol 11 #5, page 167-173.
KAIN, Roger J.P. 1986. An Atlas and Index of the Tithe Files of Mid-19th Century England and Wales. Cambridge University Press.
KAIN, Roger J.P. and OLIVER, Richard R. 1995. The Tithe Maps of England and Wales: A Cartographic Analysis and County-by-County Catalogue. Cambridge University Press. FHL book 942 E7k
KAIN, Roger J.P. and PRINCE, Hugh C. 2000. Tithe Surveys for Historians. Phillimore, Chichester, Sussex.
KEENE, Derek and HARDING, Vanessa. 1987. Historical Gazetteer of London before the Great Fire. University of London and Chadwyck-Healey. FHL Q book 942.1/L1 E5h and FHL fiche 6066936(57)* (see note in FamilySearch Catalog).
KENT ARCHIVES OFFICE, CANTERBURY BRANCH. List of Tithe Maps and Awards 1812-1888 on FHL fiche 6341931(1)*, and List of Tithe Maps. Awards, Altered Apportionments and Redemption Certificates 1836-1938 on FHL fiche 63419329(4)*.
LANGTON, Jane. 1973. The Second Hall Book of the Borough of New Windsor 1726-1783. Royal Borough of New Windsor.
LAWES, Aidan. 2003. "The Dissolution of the Monasteries and Chantries. Sources in the National Archives". Genealogist’s Magazine Vol 27 #11, page 483-491.
LEESON, Frank L. and GIBSON, Jeremy S.W. 1974. "Editorial (concerning Samuel Pepys)". Genealogists Magazine Vol 17 #11, page 581-582.
LEWIS, Samuel. 1831. A Topographical Dictionary of England. Samuel Lewis. On FHL fiches 6340019-34 (16.)
LEWIS, Samuel. 1833. A Topographical Dictionary of Wales. Samuel Lewis. On FHL fiche 6026723 (10).
LITTON, Pauline. 1998. "Pitfalls and Possibilities in Family History Research: (Names and Maps)". Family Tree Magazine Vo1 4 #4, page 5.
LITTON, Pauline. 1998. "Pitfalls and Possibilities in Family History Research: Boundaries, Maps and Geography." Family Tree Magazine Vo1 4 #5, page 5.
LITTON, Pauline. 2001. "Pitfalls and Possibilities in Family History Research: People on the Move: Waterways and Roads". Family Tree Magazine Vol 18 #1, page 11.
LONDON. Vera C.M. (editor). 1965. The Cartulary of Canonsleigh Abbey: A Calendar. Devon and Cornwall Record Society. New Series Vol 8. FHL fiches 6072865(2).
LOUGHRAN, Maggie. 2004. "Be Your Owen House Detective … or How to Discover the History of Your House …" East Surrey Family History Society Journal Vol 27 #1, page 42-46.
LUMAS, Susan B. 1997. Basic Facts about Archives. Federation of Family History Societies.
McLAUGHLIN, Eve. 1996. Manorial Records. The author.
MILLS, Dennis R. 2001. Rural Community History from Trade Directories. Local Population Studies, Aldenham, Hertfordshire.
MONTGOMERY-MASSINGBERD, Hugh (editor). 1978-1981. Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Vol 2 Herefordshire, Shropshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire; Vol 3 East Anglia. Burke’s Peerage, London FHL book 942 H2bgc. See review in Genealogist’s Magazine Vol 20 #9, page 310-311.
MORLEY, Ken. 1993. "Writing a Family History: Some Problems and Solutions: Manorial Records." Family Tree Magazine Vol 9 #4, page 27-29.
MORRIS, John (general editor). 1982. Domesday Book. 35 county volumes in Latin and translated into English on opposite page, plus 3 volumes of indexes by place, person and subject). In the series History from the Sources. Phillimore, Chichester, Sussex. Hardback and paperback. FHL Collection.
NEVILLE, Paddy. 2000. "An Index to Land Tax Assessments for Hampshire (1800-1832)". Hampshire Family Historian Vol 27 #2, page 82.
NICOLSON, Nigel. 1988. The Counties of Britain. A Tudor Atlas by John Speed. Pavilion Books and The British Library.
NUSSEY, J.T.M. 1980s. The West Riding Registry of Deeds: An Introductory Guide. Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Family History Section.
OLIVER, Richard. 1993a. Ordnance Survey Maps – A Concise Guide for Historians. Charles Close Society, London. This updates Harley 1964
OLIVER, Richard. 1993b Ordnance Survey Maps #40 in Short Guides to Records edited by Kathryn M. Thompson. Historical Association, London. FHL Collection and FHL film 0990062. A four-page brief outline of pre-1939 maps.
ORDNANCE SURVEY OF GREAT BRITAIN, O’DONOGHUE, Yolande, and HARLEY, John Brian. 1975. The Old Series Ordnance Survey Maps of England and Wales: A Reproduction of the 110 Sheets of the Survey in Early State in 10 Volumes. Harry Margary, Lympne Castle, Kent. FHL Q books 942 E3os.
OVERTON, Eric. 1994. A Guide to the Medieval Manor. Local History Publications, Streatham, London.
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PEARL, Susan. 1991. "Parish Sources Part III Land Tax: Yesterday’s Electoral Register." Family Tree Magazine Vol 7 #8, page 24-25.
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PRICE, John. 2003. "Copyhold Land Tenure." Hampshire Family Historian Vol 30 #2, page 158-159.
RAYMOND, Stuart A. 2001. Using Libraries: Workshops for Family Historians. Federation of Family History Societies.
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RICHARDSON, John. 1985 (there is a 2003 edition). The Local Historian’s Encyclopaedia. Historical Publications Ltd.
RIDEOUT, Barry. 2002. "Rideout of Maps". The Greenwood Tree (Somerset and Dorset Family History Society) Vol 27 #4, page 176-177.
ROWLANDS, John and ROWLANDS. Sheila. 1996. The Surnames of Wales for Family Historians and Others. Federation of Family History Societies.
SELLMAN, R.R. 1962. Illustrations of Devon History. Methuen and Company, London.
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