Yorkshire CD books

Old and rare Yorkshire books as pdf file downloads

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"Harrogate Records"
by Walter Kaye

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produced by Yorkshire CD books ©

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The contents of the book are as follows:

A short review by Elaine Pickard:

"Names & More Names"......

The CD "Harrogate Records 1560-1812" by Walter Kaye (1923) that Colin Hinson has released, is a much needed addition to the supply of records for both the family historian and local history buff.

Though Harrogate is believed to be a "NEW" town it is amazing to read that there is mention of it as far back as 1332.

The extracts from the PR's of both Christ Church, Harrogate (1758) & Knaresborough (1560) will thrill family historians. The Pannal Parish Extracts give many names of presumed local people which will be of interest to Pannal researchers.

If you would prefer the real book(s), please contact The Idle Booksellers through their website.

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