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"The Documentary History of Dinnington" (previously unpublished)
by Gerald H. Stratford

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"A Documentary History of Dinnington" by Gerald H. Stratford, 1992. (written by a genealogist for genealogists)
This previously unpublished book contains as you would expect, a history of Dinnington and the immediately surrounding area written with genealogists in mind. Dealing in the main with people, it contains many hundreds of names in such items as the graveyard monumental inscriptions, censuses, wills, etc. The pages of the book are typewritten, and unfortunately volume IV is in a script which makes it non-machine readable and consequently non-machine searchable. The remaing volumes are fully searchable.

The contents of the book are as follows:

A sample of the first 6 pages from Chapter 3 of volume I.
A sample of pages from Volume IV

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