England Occupations Further Reading B to C (National Institute)

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The original content for this article was contributed by The National Institute for Genealogical Studies in June 2012. It is an excerpt from their course English: Occupation Records-Professions and Trades and English: Occupations-Military & Services  by Dr. Penelope Christensen. The Institute offers over 200 comprehensive genealogy courses for a fee ($).

Further Reading (cont.)

BRANDON, Sue. Buttonhooks and Shoehorns. Shire Publications.

BRAZIER, Murray. 1996. Did Any of Your Forebears ‘Tread the Boards’. East Surrey Family History Society Vol 19 #3, page 32-35.

BREED, Geoffrey R. 1995. My Ancestors Were Baptists: How Can I Find Out More About Them? Society of Genealogists.

BRENNAN, Ken. 1998-1999. The Paper Trail. Bygone Kent. Part 1 in Vol 19 #8, page 453-457; Part 2 in Vol 19 #9, page 545-549; Part 3 in Vol 20 #5, page 251-255; Part 4 in Vol 20 #10, page 570-576.

BRITTEN, F.J. 1971 reprint of original 1932. Old Clocks and Watches and Their Makers. S.R. Publishers, Yorkshire. [Lists over 12,000 makers]. FHL book 942 U2bf.

BRITTEN, F.J. 1884. Watch and Clockmakers’ Handbook, Dictionary and Guide. London.

BROWN, Frances. 2001. Fairfield Folk: A History of the British Fairground and its People. Malvern Publishing Company.

BROWN, Philip. 1982.London Publishers and Printers 1800-1870. British Library. FHL book 942.1/L1 U24b.

BROWNE, Harry. 1984. The Rise of British Trade Unions 1825-1914. Longman. FHL book 942 U2bh.

BROWNRIGG, Henry 1840-1. The Linen-Draper’s Assistant in Portraits of the English Vol V: Working Lives edited and published by COLLINS, Audrey. 1999-1. Original published by Robert Tyas, London.

BROWNRIGG, Henry 1840-2. The Auctioneer in Portraits of the English Vol V: Working Lives edited and published by COLLINS, Audrey. 1999-1. Original published by Robert Tyas, London.

BUCHAN, Alexander R. 1993. The Peterhead Whaling Trade. Buchan Field Club, Peterhead.

BUCKLEY, G.B. and BUCKLEY, Francis. 1937. Names of British Clockmakers and Watchmakers Working Outside London. Manuscript at Guildhall Library, London. FHL film 0994278 items 4-5.

BURGESS, Don. 2001. Wealden Ironmaking. Sussex Family Historian Vol 14 #6, page 222-223.

BURKE, Thomas. 1946. The English Townsman As He Was and As He Is. Batsford, London. FHL book 942 H6bt.

BUSBY, Roy. 1976. British Music Hall - Illustrated Who’s Who 1850 to Present Day. Elec Publications.

BUSH, Sarah. 1987. The Silk Industry. Shire Publications. FHL book 942 U25s v. 194.

BUXBAUM, Tim. Icehouses. Shire Publications.

BUXBAUM, Tim. Pargetting. Shire Publications.

CAMP, Anthony. 1987. Trinity House Petitions. A Calendar of the Records of the Corporation of Trinity House, London in the Library of the Society of Genealogists. Society of Genealogists.

CAMP, Anthony. 1992. Was He Apprenticed? Family Tree Magazine

CAMP, Anthony. 1994-1. My Ancestors Moved in England or Wales. Society of Genealogists.

CAMP, Anthony. 1994-2. Diary of a Genealogist. Family Tree Magazine Vol 10 #4, page 7.

CAMP, Anthony. 1998. Apprentices and Their Records. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 14 #12, page 19-20.

CAMP, Anthony. 1999-1. Businesses and their Records. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 15 #3, page 21-22.

CAMP, Anthony. 1999-2. Shop Assistants - White Slavery. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 16 #2, page 22-24.

CAMP, Anthony. 1999-3. English Trades and Occupations. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 15 #4, page 7-8.

CAMP, Anthony. 2000. Sources for Labourers in an Agricultural Community. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 17 #1, page 51-52.

CAMP, Anthony. 2001-1. Sources for Medical Men. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 17 #4, page 19-20.

CAMP, Anthony. 2001-2. Records of Lawyers in England and Wales. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 17 #5, page 22-24.

CAMP, Anthony. 2001-3. The Parliamentary Archives: Sources for Genealogists. Family Tree Magazine. Vol 17 #9, page 12-14.

CAMP, Anthony. 2001-4. Clergymen of the Church of England. Family Tree Magazine Vol 17 #3, page 20-21.

CAMP, Anthony. 2001-5. Your Average Ancestor. Family Tree Magazine Vol 17 #10, page 12.

CAMP, John. Discovering Bells and Bellringing. Shire Publications.

CAMPBELL, Susan. Walled Kitchen Gardens. Shire Publications.

CAMPBELL-PASSMORE, Sue. 1989. Old Occupations: Brickmaking. Family Tree Magazine Vol 7 #2.

CAMPBELL-PASSMORE, Sue. 1990. Old Occupations: Weaving. Family Tree Magazine Vol 6 #3, page 4-6.

CAMPBELL-PASSMORE, Sue. 1992-1. Old Occupations: Leadminers. Family Tree Magazine Part I in Vol 9 #1, page 4-5. Part II in Vol 9 #2 page 4-6?

CAMPBELL-PASSMORE, Sue. 1992-2. Old Occupations: Drovers. Family Tree Magazine Part I in Vol 8 #10, page 4-5. Part II in Vol 8 #11 page 4-5.

CAMPBELL-PASSMORE, Sue. 1994. My Ancestor the Spy. Family Tree Magazine Vol 10 #7, page 3-4.

CARTER, Mary. 1992-1. Old Occupations: Nursing. Family Tree Magazine Vol 8 #5, page 43-45.

CARTER, Mary. 1992-2. Old Occupations: Wheelwrights. Family Tree Magazine Vol 8 #12, page 4.

CARTER, Mary. 1993. Old Occupations: An Old Country Craft: Chair Bodging. Family Tree Magazine Vol 9 #4.

CARTER, Mary. 1995. Old Occupations: Further Memories of Nurse Training in the 1930s. Family Tree Magazine Vol 12 #2, page 3-5.

CATTY, Meryl. 1995. Church of England Record Centre - Select List of Holdings. East Surrey Family History Society Vol 18 #3, page 33-36.

CAVELL, Jane. 2002. The Era on CD-ROM. Family Tree Magazine Vol 18 #8, page 50.

CAWOOD, Charles L. Vintage Tractors. Shire Publications.

CHALONER, William H. 1963. People and Industries. Frank Cass, London. FHL book 942 U3ch.

CHAMBERS, Jill. 1990. Machine Breakers: The Story of the Swing Riots. Family Tree Magazine Vol 6 #9, page 24-25.

CHAMBERS, Jill. 1993. Machine Breakers and Convicts. Family Tree Magazine Vol 8 #12.

CHAPMAN, Colin R. 1992. The Growth of British Education and Its Records. Lochin Publishing.

CHAPMAN, Colin R. 1995. How Heavy, How Much and How Long. Weights, Money and Other Measures Used by Our Ancestors. Lochin Publishing.

CHAPMAN, Colin R. 1998. Directories. Practical Family History #6 page 5.

CHAPMAN, S.D. 1983. David Evans and Co. The Last of the Old London Textile Printers. Textile History Vol 14 #1, page 29-56.

CHARLES, Lindsey and DUFFIN, Lorna. 1985. Women and Work in Pre-Industrial England. Croom Helm, London. FHL book 942 H2wom.

CHILDS, Michael J. 1992. Labour’s Apprentices: Working Class Lads in Late Victorian and Edwardian England. Hambledon Press, London. FHL book 942 U2cm.

CHITTY, Jean. 1812. A Practical Treatise on the Law Relative to Apprentices and Journeymen, and to Exercising Trades. Clarke and Sons, London. FHL film 0873960 item 3.

CHRISTENSEN, Penelope. 1996. What Did They Do? Heritage Productions.

CHURCHILL, John and others. 1846-1940. The London and Provincial Medical Directory. John Churchill, London. 1573 fiches starting at FHL film 6085462 (each year a separate set).

CLABBURN, Pamela. Beadwork. Shire Publications.

CLABBURN, Pamela. 1998. Samplers. Shire Publications.

CLABBURN, Pamela. 2002. Shawls. Shire Publications.

CLARE, Norman. Billiard and Snooker Bygones. Shire Publications.

CLARK, David. 1993. Freemen of England and Wales. Family Tree Magazine Vol 9 #3, page 41-42.

CLARK, Hazel. 1997. Textile Printing. Shire Publications.

CLASBY, Valerie. 1994. The Longest Serving Apprenticeship? Hampshire Family Historian Vol 21 #2, page 87.

CLEAVER, Peter. 1998, Teachers Registration Council Registers 1902-48: A New 20th Century Research Source. Root and Branch (West Surrey Family History Society) Vol 25 #2, page 53.

CLIFFORD, David J.H. 1997 My Ancestors were Congregationalists in England and Wales: How Can I Find Out More About Them? Society of Genealogists.

CLIFFORD, Joan. Capability Brown. Shire Publications.

COCKERILL, Tim. 2001. The Cockerill Lawyers’ Index. Escutcheon (Cambridge University Heraldry and Genealogy Society Vol 6 #2.

COCKETT, Amy E. 1999. Old Occupations: The Coprolite Miners. Family Tree Magazine Vol 15 #11, page 15.

COCKMAN, F.G. British Railways’ Steam Locomotives. Shire Publications.

COCKRILL, Pauline. Teddy Bears and Soft Toys. Shire Publications.

COLE, Jean. 1997. Questions and Answers. Family Tree Magazine Vol 13 #9, page 51.

COLE, Jean. 2001. Questions and Answers.(Scripture Readers) Family Tree Magazine Vol 17 #11, page 14; and Follow-up in Vol 18 #2, page 9; and Vol 18 #6, page 8.

COLE, Jean. 2002. Questions and Answers. (Coroners). Family Tree Magazine Vol 18 #8, page 21-22.


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