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Hornsea, or "An account of Hornsea in Holderness"
by E.W. Bedell

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"An account of Hornsea in Holderness in the East-Riding of Yorkshire”. This book is a general history of Hornsea and its immediate vicinity. In the later part of the book there are a considerable number of people's names, including a directory of householders for the time of publication (1848). There is no list of contents in the book and only a short index but this is compensated for by the CD book being searchable. A list of chapter headings is given below, along with a transcription of the short index.

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