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99 PDF Books Relating To The Genealogy & History Of Blackburn, And Other Lancashire Towns/Parishes Within 15 Miles

Plus, Another 70 PDF Books Containing Marriage Bonds, Wills, Visitations, Lancashire History In General Etc. Related To the Area Covered.

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01 Altham - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1596-1695 - Altham (Anciently Alvetham) Is Situate About Four And A Half Miles Due West Of Burnley And About Three Miles Almost Due North Of Accrington - 102 pages

02 Blackburn - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1600-1653 - Townships Include; Balderstone (Ancient Chapelry), Mellor, Osbaldeston, Billington,Pleasington, Blackburn, Ramsgreave, Clayton-le-Dale, Rishton, Cuerdale, Darwen Lower, Salesbury (Ancient Chapelry), Darwen Over (Ancient Chapelry), Samlesbury, (Ancient Chapelry), Dinkley, Eccleshill, Tockholes (Ancient Chapelry), Harwood Great (Ancient Chapelry), Walton-le-Dale (Ancient Chapelry), Harwood Little, Wilpshire, Livesey & Witton - 377 pages

03 Blackrod - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1606 - 1701 - 88 pages

04 Bolton - Baptisms, 1573-4, 1590-1660, Weddings, 1573, 1587-1660, Burials 1573-4, 1587-1660 - 634 pages

05 Brindle - Christenings, Marriages & Burials - 1558-1714 - Brindle, Or Brinhill, To Give It Its Ancient Name, Is A Village Situate Five Miles From Chorley And Six From Blackburn Or Preston. The Ancient Parishes Adjoining Are Leyland And Blackburn - 276 pages

06 Broughton, Near Preston. Baptisms, 1653-1804. Burials, 1653-1803. Weddings, 1653-1759 - 230 pages

07 Burnley - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1562-1653 - The Parochial Chapelry Of Burnley Comprises The Seven Townships Of Burnley (Including Towneley With Brunshaw), Habergham Eaves, Ightenhill Park, Reedley Hallows (Including Filly Close And New Laund Booth), Briercliffe With Extwistle, Worsthorn With Hurstwood, And Cliviger - 375 pages

08-10 3 Vols. Bury - Christenings, Burials, & Weddings - 1590-1698 - 891 pages

11 Chipping - Christenings, Marriages & Burials - 1559-1694 - Chipping Is One Of The Very Few Old-World Lancashire Villages Left. There Were Only Two Townships In The Parish, Chipping And Thornley-Cum-Wheatley And No Chapelries - 177 Pages

12 Chorley - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1548-1653 - 176 pages

13 Colne - Christenings, Marriages & Burials - 1599-1653 - Colne Was One Of The Seven Original Parochial Chapelries Dependent Upon Whalley And Comprised The Townships Of Colne, Barrowford, Foulridge, Trawden, And Great And Little Marsden - 312 pages

14-15 2 Vols. Croston - Pt.1. Christenings, 1543-1685. Weddings, 1538-1685. Burials, 1538-1680. Pt. 2. Weddings & Burials, 1690-1727 - 586 pages

16-18 3 Vols. Deane. Pt.1 Baptisms, Weddings 1604: 1613-1750. Pt.2 Burials 1604: 1613-1750 . Pt. 3 Burials 1751-1812 - The Parish Of Deane Was Originally The Northern Half Of The Parish Of Eccles - 1,081 pages

19 Leyland - Christenings, Marriages & Burials - 1653-1710 - It Is Situated In That Part Of Lancashire Which Lies Between The Ribble And The Mersey, And May Originally Have Been Co-Extensive With The Hundred Of Leyland. There Have Always Been, However, Within Historic Memory, As Many As Six Ancient Parishes Within That Hundred : Leyland, Penwortham, Croston, Eccleston, Standish, And Brindle. These Parishes, With The Forty Townships Of Which They Consist, Are Constantly Mentioned In The Leyland Registers. The Parish Of Leyland Is Bounded On The East By The Parish Of Blackburn, On The North By The Parish Of Penwortham, On The West By The Parish Of Croston, And On The South By The Parish Of Standish, While The Parish Of Bolton-Le-Moors Touches It At The South-Eastern Corner. There Are Nine Townships Within The Parish Of Leyland, Which Have From Time Immemorial Been Grouped As Follows : Leyland And Euxton Have Invariably Been The First And Second Quarters; Whittle-Le-Woods, Clayton-Le-Woods, And Cuerden Have Together Formed The Third Quarter; Heapey, Wheelton, Hoghton, And Withnell Have Always Been Known As The Fourth, Or Moor Quarter - 321 Pages

20 Newchurch-In-Rossendale - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1653-1723 - 198 pages

21 Padiham - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1573-1653 - Padiham Was Originally Part Of The Extensive Parish Of Whalley - 174 Pages

22 Penwortham - Baptisms, Burials, and Marriages - 1608-1753 - 307 pages

23 Preston - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1611-1635 - 202 pages

24-25 2 Vols. Radcliffe Pt. 1. Baptisms 1557-1783, Marriages 1560-1761 - Pt. 2. Burials 1558-1783 - 399 pages

26 Ribchester - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1598-1694 - The Townships Of Ribchester, Hothersall, Dutton, Stydd With Alston, And Dilworth Formed The Ancient Parish - 229 pages

27 Standish - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1560-1653 - The Ancient Parish Of Standish Was Very Extensive And Comprised The Townships Of Standish-With-Langtree,Shevington, Welch-Whittle, Charnock Richard, Duxbury, Heath Charnock, Adlington, Anderton, Worthington And Coppull - 294 pages

28 Whalley - Christenings, Marriages & Burials - 1538-1601 - The Great Extent Of The Parish Of Whalley Contained: Borough Of Clitheroe, Including The Townships Of Clitheroe, Little Mitton, Henthorn, Worston, Chatburn, Downham, Twiston, Mearley, Pendleton, Cold Coates, Wiswall, And Whalley. Parochial Chapelry Of New Church In Pendle Forest, Including The Townships Of Roughlee Booth, Barley-cum-wheatley And Wheatley Carr, Gold-shaw Booth, And Old Laund Booth. Chapelry Of Colni, Including The Townships Of Colne, Barrowford, Foulridge, Trawden, And Great And Little Marsden. Chapelry Of Burnley, Including The Townships Of Burnley With Towneley And Brunshaw, Haber-gham Eaves, Ightenhill Park, Reedley Hallows With Filly Close And New Laund Booth, Brier-cliffe With Extwistle, Worsthorn With Hurstwood, And Cliviger. Chapelry Of Haslingden, Including The Town-ships Of Haslingden, Hensheads, Higher Booths And Lower Booths. Chapelry Of New Church In Rossendale, Including The Townships Of New Church, Wolfenden, Bacup, And Deadwen Clough - Chaplry Of Church, Including The Three Town-ships Of Church, Oswaldtwistle, Yate-cum-pickup Bank, And Huncoat. Chaplry Of Altham, Including The Townships Of Altham, Clayton-le-moors, And Old And New Accrington. Chaplry Of Padiham, Including The Townships Of Padiham, Dunnockshaw, Hapton, Simonstone, Read, Higher Booth, And Heyhouses. And Lastly Bowland With Leagram - 218 pages

29 Walton-le-Dale - Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1609-1812 (1642-1653 Not In The Records) - Walton-le-Dale, So Called To Distinguish It From Walton, Near Liverpool. - 608 pages

30 Woodplumpton- Baptisms, Marriages & Burials - 1604-1659 - The Township Of Woodplumpton (Which Appears In Domesday Survey As "Pluntun") Contains The Hamlets Of Woodplumpton, Catforth, Eaves And Bartell - 153 pages

31 The Catholic Registers Of Brindle & Samlesbury - Brindle - Baptisms 1721-1816, Marriages 1722-1834, Burials 1722-1840 - Samlesbury - Baptisms 1753-1837, Marriages 1754-1810 & 1830-1837 - The District Covered By The Two Registers Of Brindle And Samlesbury, Forms Roughly A Triangle Between The Three Towns Of Preston, Blackburn, And Chorley; Brindle, Lying Almost Exactly In The Centre Of The Area, And Samlesbury Towards The North On The High Road From Preston To Blackburn, Being About Three Miles From The Former, And Five Miles From The Latter - 446 Pages

32-34 3 Vols. Lancashire Nonconformity, Or, Sketches, Historical And Descriptive, Of The Congregational And Old Presbyterian Churches In The County - 1. The Churches Of Preston, North Lancashire, And Westmorland, 2. Churches Of The Blackburn District & 3. The Churches Of Bolton, Bury, Rochdale, Etc - 1892 - 958 pages

35 The History Of The Parish Of Ribchester - Includes Chapters On The Church, The Extra-Parochial Chapelry Of Stydd, The Rectors Of Ribchester, The Churchwardens And Parish Officials, The Registers, Monuments And Inscriptions, Stydd Catholic Church Etc. - 1890 - 303 pages

36 History Of The Old Independent Chapel Tockholes, Near Blackburn, Lancashire: Or, About Two Centuries And A Half Of Nonconformity In Tockholes - 1886 - 213 pages

37 A Century Of Independency In Blackburn, 1778-1878 - Details Of The Independent Churches - 1878 - 79 pages

38 Mawdsley Street Congregational Chapel, Bolton-Le-Moors 1808-1908. A Notable Record - 218 pages

39 History Of The Parish Of Preston - Including a 'Hearth Tax" List Of 262 Named Households From 1663 Who Paid The Tax on Each Of Their Fire Hearths Or Stoves - 1900 - 492 pages

40 The History Of The Parochial Chapelry Of Goosnargh - Includes: Register Extracts 1639-1696 & Monuments And Inscriptions - 1871 - 254 pages

41-43 3 Volumes - The Court Rolls Of The Honor Of Clitheroe - Details Of Trials Held In The Manorial Courts (Halmotes) - Also Includes Various Items Relating To The Manors, Such As a List Of The Tenants And Freeholders Of The Honor Of Clitheroe, A.D. 1443 - 1913 - A Total Of 1,655 pages

44 Preston Court Leet Records. Extracts And Notes - 1905 - 252 pages

45 The Rolls Of Burgesses At The Guilds Merchant Of The Borough Of Preston, Co. Lancaster, 1397-1682 - 1884 - 303 pages

46 Bolton Post Office Directory 1876-1877, Comprising Street, And Trades And Professions; Together With A Suberban Directory. Townships In The Bolton Poor Law Union - 340 pages

47 General Commercial Directory Of Burnley, Nelson, Colne, Padiham, Barrowford, Brierfield, Cliviger, Trawden, Barnoldswick, And Adjacent Villages And Townships - 1896 - 521 pages

48 A Topographical, Statistical, & Historical Account Of The Borough Of Preston. Including Biographical Sketches Of Eminent Men ; An Extensive Chronology, Brought Down To The Present Time; With A Description Of Its Environs & A Directory For 1821, With A List Op The Streets, Courts, &c - 345 pages

49 A History Of The Township Of Billington, In The Parish Of Blackburn, Co. Lancaster : Its Ancient Families, Lords, And Freeholders; With An Account Of The Parochial Chapel And Chapelry Of Langho - 1873 - 84 pages

50-53 4 Vols. The House And Farm Accounts Of The Shuttleworths Of Gawthorpe Hall, In The County Of Lancaster, At Smithils And Gawthorpe : From September 1582 To October 1621 - 1858 - Total Of 1,183 pages

54 The Township Booke Of Halliwell ,1640-1762 - 1910 - 170 pages

55 Blackburn, Lancashire. Chronological Notes Of Prominent Historical Events, In The Town And Parish Of Blackburn: From A.D. 448 To 1860, Etc - 1861 - 30 pages

56 Goosnargh Past & Present - 1887 - 375 pages

57 History (From A.D. 705 To 1883) Of Preston In The County Of Lancaster - 1883 - 613 pages

58 A Short History Of The Township Of Rivington. Includes - History Of The Manor, History Of Rivington Church, History Of The Nonconformist Chapel, History Of The Grammar School, Old Houses And Families, Place Names And Field Names &c. - 1904 - 237 pages

59 A History Of Longridge & District - 1888 - 304 pages

60 A Short History Of Todmorden : With Some Account Of The Geology And Natural History Of The Neighbourhood - 1912 - 250 pages

61 History Of The Borough Of Bury And Neighbourhood - 1874 - 344 pages

62-63 2 Vols. An History Of The Original Parish Of Whalley And Honor Of Clitheroe. To Which Is Subjoined An Account Of The Parish Of Cartmell - 1872 - 1,159 pages

64 History Of Farnworth And Kersley - 1887 - 425 pages

65 An Abstract Of The Records Of The Manor Court Of Turton, 1737-1850 - 327 pages

66 A History Of Blackburn, Town & Parish - Includes The Townships Of Balderstone, Billington, Clayton-in-le-Dale, Cuerdale, Nether Darwen, Over Darwen, Great Harwood, Little Harwood, Livesey, Mellor-cum-Eccleshill, Osbaldeston, Pleasington, Ramsgreave, Rishton, Salesbury, Samlesbury, Tockholes, Walton-in-le-Dale, Wilpshire-cum-Dinkley, Witton & Yate-cum-Pickup-Bank - 1877 - 824 pages

67 History And Traditions Of Darwen And Its People. Comprising An Historical And Traditional Narrative Of The Rise And Progress Of The Borough Of Darwen And Some Interesting Recollections Of Old Darwen Families - 1889 - 370 pages

68 Horwich Its History, Legends, And Church - 1883 - 264 pages

69 Bygone Bury - 1903 - 119 pages

70 Broughton Near Manchester. Its Topography And Manor Court - 1909 - 92 pages

71 Annals And Stories Of Colne And Neighbourhood - 1878 - 240 pages

72 History Of The Cloughfold Baptist Church, From 1675 To 1875 - 240 pages

73 Memories Of Hurstwood, Burnley, Lancashire. With Tales And Traditions Of The Neighbourhood - 1889 - 172 pages

74 History Of The Borough Of Preston And Its Environs - 1857 - 743 pages

75 History Of Brunswick Church, Bury - 1896 - 239 pages

76 Ancient Charters And Other Muniments Of The Borough Of Clitheroe - 1851 - 50 pages

77 A Hand Book And Guide To Preston : Containing Historical Records - Topographical Description - Trade And Commerce - Public Buildings - Parks, And Institutions - Churches And Chapels - The Environs And Their Attractions, &c. - 1882 - 238 pages

78 A Chronological History Of Bolton, From The Earliest Know Records To 1876 - 108 pages

79 History Of The Forest Of Rossendale - 1893 - 413 pages

80 History Of The Parish Of Chipping, With Some Account Of The Forests Of Bleasdale And Bowland - 1894 - 283 pages

81 Annals Of Bolton. History Chronology, Politics. Parliamentary And Municipal Polls - 1888 - 486 pages

82 History Of Bolton With Memorials Of The Old Parish Church - 1892 - 567 pages

83 Historical Gleanings Of Bolton & District - 1882 - 416 pages

84 A History And Some Records Of The Volunteer Movement In Bury, Heywood, Rossendale, And Ramsbottom - 1887 - 338 pages

85 Home-Life Of The Blackburn, Preston & Wigan Factory Folk During The Cotton Famine - 1867 - 279 pages

86 History Of The Distress In Blackburn, 1861-5, And The Means Adopted For Its Relief - Cotton Famine - 1865 - 176 pages

87 Darwen And The Cotton Famine. Thirty Years Ago, 1862-1864 - 1893 - 97 pages

88 Annual Report Upon The Health Of Blackburn For 1904 - 297 pages

89 Whalley In 1902: A Coronation Souvenir. Containing 75 Photographs - 101 pages

90 The Accrington Old Water Corn Mill: Its History And Owners - 1917 - 98 pages

91 Messrs. Hargreaves" Calico Print Works At Accrington, And Recollections Of Broad Oak - 1882 - 89 pages

92 History Of The Blackburn Gas-Light Company : From Its Formation In 1818 To Its Dissolution In 1877 - 256 pages

93 Handbook of Whalley - 1884 - 80 pages

94 Pott's Discovery Of Witches In The County Of Lancaster, Reprinted From The Original Edition Of 1613 - 1845 - 312 pages

95 Ab-O'Th'-Yate's Dictionary, Or, Walmsley Fowt Skoomester. Put T'Gether By Th" Help O" Fause Juddie - 1881 - 238 pages

96 Accrington And Church Industrial Co-operative Society Limited : History Of Fifty Years" Progress : A Souvenir In Commemoration Of The Society's Jubilee, 1860-1910 - Includes Photographs Of The Shop Branches, Staff Etc. - 242 pages

97 Preston: A Handbook Of The Thirty-Ninth Annual Co-operative Congress : Whitsuntide, 1907 - Includes Photographs Of Shop Branches & Buildings/Places Of Interest in Preston - 138 pages

98 History Of The Great And Little Bolton Co-Operative Society Limited : Showing Fifty Years" Progress, 1859-1909 - 633 pages

99 Proceedings At The Opening Of Farnworth Park : Presented To The Township By Thomas Barnes, Esq., M.P., On The 12th Day Of October, 1864, With A Report Of The Oration Delivered By The Chancellor Of The Exchequer, The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M.P - 75 pages

General

01-07. 7 Volumes. Marriage Bonds For The Deaneries Of Lonsdale, Kendal, Furness, Copeland And Amounderness 1648-1755 - 1,855 pages

08-15. 8 Volumes. Marriage Licences Granted Within The Archdeaconry Of Chester In The Diocese Of Chester - 1606-1632, 1639-1644 & 1661-1700 - 2,214 pages

16. Calendar Of Persons Commemorated In Monumental Inscriptions : And Of Abstracts Of Wills, Administrations, &C., Contained In Books Relating To Lancashire And Cheshire - 1922 - 241 pages

17-18. 2 Volumes. The Visitation Of Lancashire And A Part Of Cheshire, Made In The Twenty-Fourth Year Of The Reign Of King Henry The Eighth, A.D. 1533 - 286 pages

19. The Visitation Of The County Palatine Of Lancaster, Made In The Year 1567 - 156 pages

20 The Visitation Of The County Palatine Of Lancaster, Made In The Year 1613 - 160 pages

21-23. 3 Volumes. The Visitation Of The County Palatine Of Lancaster, Made In The Year 1664-5 - 440 pages

24. Portfolio Of Fragments Relative To The History And Antiquities, Topography And Genealogies Of The County Palatine And Duchy Of Lancaster - 1824 - 423 pages
25-29. 5 Volumes. The Royalist Composition Papers : Being The Proceedings Of The Committee For Compounding, A.D. 1643-1660, So Far As They Relate To The County Of Lancaster. Names A-R - 1,515 pages

30. A Collection Of Lancashire And Cheshire Wills Not Now To Be Found In Any Probate Registry, 1301-1752 - 228 pages

31. A List Of The Lancashire Wills Proved Within The Archdeaconry Of Richmond, And Now Preserved In Somerset House, London, From A.D. 1437 To 1680 : And Of Abstracts Of Lancashire Wills (Belonging To The Same Archdeaconry), In The British Museum, From A.D. 1531-1652 - 334 pages

32. A List Of The Lancashire Wills, Proved Within The Archdeaconry Of Richmond, And Now Preserved In The Somerset House, London. From A.D. 1681 To 1748 - 295 pages

33. A List Of The Lancashire Wills, Proved Within The Archdeaconry Of Richmond : And Now Preserved In The Court Of Probate At Lancaster, From 1748 To 1792. Also A List Of The Wills Proved In The Peculiar Of Halton From A.D. 1615 To 1792 - 149 pages

34. A List Of The Lancashire Wills, Proved Within The Archdeaconry Of Richmond And Now Preserved In The Probate Court At Lancaster, From 1793 To 1812 : Also, A List Of The Wills Proved In The Peculiar Of Halton From 1793 To 1812 - 110 pages

35-37. 3 Volumes. An Index To The Wills And Inventories Now Preserved In The Court Of Probate In Chester, From A.D. 1545-1650 & 1721-1740 - 916 pages

38-40. 3 Volumes. Lancashire And Cheshire Wills And Inventories From The Ecclesiastical Court, Chester - 764 pages

41. Cheshire And Lancashire Funeral Certificates, A.D. 1600 To 1678 - 271 pages

42-43. 2 Volumes. Lancashire Inquests, Extents, And Feudal Aids 1205-1307 & 1310-1333 - 702 pages

44-45. 2 Volumes. Lancashire Inquisitions Returned Into The Chancery Of The Duchy Of Lancaster. Stuart Period - 655 pages

46. Lancashire Quarter Sessions Records. Quarter Sessions Rolls 1590-1606 - 369 pages
47-48. 2 Volumes. A Calendar Of The Lancashire Assize Rolls : Preserved In The Public Record Office, London - 469 pages

49-51. 3 Volumes. Pleadings And Depositions In The Duchy Court Of Lancaster. Henry VII To Edward VI And Philip And Mary - 812 pages

52. The Exchequer Lay Subsidy Roll Of Robert De Shireburn And John De Radcliffe : Taxers And Collectors In The County Of Lancaster, A. D. 1332 - 159 pages

53. Lancashire Lay Subsidies : Being An Examination Of The Lay Subsidy Rolls Remaining In The Public Record Office, London, From Henry III To Edward I. (1216-1307) - 370 pages

54-57. 4 Volumes. Final Concords Of The County Of Lancashire From The Original Chirographs, Or Feet Of Fines Preserved In The Public Record Office, London. 1196-1558 - 913 pages

58. Inventories Of Goods In The Churches And Chapels Of Lancashire : Taken In The Year A.D. 1552. Part I. Salford Hundred. Part II. West Derby, Blackburn, And Leyland Hundreds. Pt. III, Amounderness & Lonsdale Hundreds - 1874 - 176 pages

59-60. 2 Volumes. Lancashire And Cheshire Records Preserved In The Public Record Office, London - 1883 - 669 pages

61-68. 8 Volumes. The Victoria History Of The County Of Lancaster - 1. Natural History. Early Man. Anglo-Saxon Remains. Introduction To The Lancashire Domesday. Text Of The Lancashire Domesday. Feudal Baronage. Index To The Lancashire Domesday 2. Ecclesiastical History. Religious Houses. Political History. Social And Economic History. Industries. Agriculture. Forestry. Sport, Ancient And Modern. Ancient Earthworks. Schools. Index To Volumes I And II. Corrigenda 3. Topography: West Derby Hundred 4. Topography: West Derby Hundred (Cont.) - Salford Hundred 5. Topography: Salford Hundred (Cont.) - Index To Volumes III, IV, And V. Corrigenda 6. Topography: Leyland Hundred. - Blackburn Hundred 7. Topography: Blackburn Hundred (Continuation) - Amounderness Hundred. Index To Volumes VI And VII. Corrigenda 8. Topography: Lonsdale Hundred (South And North) - Lonsdale Hundred (North Of The Sands) - Index To Volume VIII. Corrigenda - 1914 - 4,126 pages

69. Lancashire Memorials Of The Rebellion, 1715 - Pt. 1. The Events Of Church And State Which Preceded And Accompanied The Commencement Of The Rebellion Of 1715 Pt. 2. March Of The Insurgents Of 1715, From Scotland Until They Reached Penrith In Cumberland Pt. 3 The March Of The Insurgent Force In 1715, From Penrith In Cumberland To Preston In Lancashire / Peter Clark Pt. 4. Preston Fight : Being A Supplement Appended To The Journal Of Peter Clarke / With Notes By Samuel Hibbert Ware Pt. 5. Lancashire Events Intervening Between The Surrender Of Preston, And The Abandonment Of Jacobite Hostilities In Scotland Pt. 6. Lancashire Events Which Followed The Cessation Of Jacobite Hostilities Pt. 7. The State Of Parties In Lancashire Subsequent To The Rebellion Of 1715 - 1845 - 381

70. A Glossary Of The Lancashire Dialect - 1875 - 302 pages

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