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April 2008


A round-up of this month's top new releases in family history and genealogy

Calendar of Wills for London 1358-1688

An invaluable resource, wills, but these - spanning 330 years - also show changing attitudes to death. From William de Wandelsworth (in 1358) to be buried "with 40 pence to be distributed around his corpse" to Thomas Evans (1688), who desired to "lie before his wife's pew in St Alphege's".

Kelly's Directory of Buckinghamshire 1935

As well as being packed full of useful (searchable) information we have come to expect from Kelly's directories, for this (14th) issue, the contents boast extra items on the county's geology and a revised area map. A wonderful snapshot of pre-war Buckinghamshire.

S&N Genealogy Supplies
01722 716121

Review by Claire Vaughan

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London, Calendar of Wills for London 1258-1358 from GenealogySupplies.com

London, Calendar of Wills for London 1358-1688 from GenealogySupplies.com

Buckinghamshire 1935 Kelly's Directory from GenealogySupplies.com

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