2 edition of Guide to the Lancashire Record Office found in the catalog.
Guide to the Lancashire Record Office
R. Sharpe France
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Guide to the Lancashire Record Office was first published in In , the archives held an exhibition for their 10th anniversary, opened by Earl Peel, on March 15–18 March at the county office in Preston. Around visitors attended it. Publishing History This is a chart to show the when this publisher published books. Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. Click here to skip the chart. Reset chart or continue zooming in. This graph charts editions from this publisher over time.
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Lancashire Record Office. Guide to the Lancashire Record Office. Preston [England]: Lancashire County Council, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, Local government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R Sharpe France; Lancashire Record Office.
Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: France, R. Sharpe. Guide to the Lancashire Record Office. Preston, Lancashire County Council. Guide to the Lancashire Record Office Paperback – 1 Dec by Reginald Sharpe France (Author), Lancashire Record Office (Author)Author: Reginald Sharpe France, Lancashire Record Office.
Information about records held by the Records Management Service is currently stored on a secure database in the Lancashire Record Office. Retention categories and class reference data are added to the information on each disposal schedule so that the computer can identify each type of record.
Guide to Lancashire Local Studies Collections, published by Lancashire County Library, gives information about which libraries have local studies sections, the records they hold, and the name of the library holding the information for towns without their own local studies library.
The resulting printed maps were published from the s up to the present day. The larger scales such as 6 inches to 1 mile (,); and 25 inches to 1 mile () are useful for locating individual buildings and there are plans drawn at larger scales (5 feet and 10 feet to 1 mile) for certain towns. Office: Email: @ Write to: The County Archivist Lancashire Record Office Bow Lane PRESTON Lancashire PR1 2RE You will receive a written response within 10 working days.
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THE LANCASHIRE RECORD OFFICE, PRESTON, IN During the following documents were received into the Lancashire Record Office: County A fchives. Reports on Bridges in Blackburn Hundred Specifications for bridges, aqueducts, roads, railways, etc. Presentments of bridges in disrepair You can always contact Lancashire Archives if you cannot find a reference to what you are looking for and think it is something we may have.
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Guide to the Lancashire Record Office. [R Sharpe France] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. Lancashire Record Office holds the archives of the Lancashire Federation (reference WILF) as well as minutes and scrapbooks from many branches throughout the county.
A small exhibition celebrating the anniversary is on display in the Record Office and most of the archives are avail-able for research. The Lancashire Record Office shall take into custody by means of purchase, gift, long-term loan or temporary deposit, archives and documents including: Public Records for which the Lancashire Record Office has been appointed the place of deposit under section 4(1) of the Public Records Actand amended by the Public Records Act Lancashire Record Office claims a unique status in understanding the product requirements of the clients and being favourably located in the region.
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Entering the search-room of the Lancashire Record Office, every seat is taken, every terminal is whizzing through microfilm and every desk has laid out books, pads, laptops and the unique archive material they have come to research. Lancashire Records Office. The Lancashire Records Office (LRO), or the Lancashire Archive, is located next to County Hall in Bow Lane just off Fishergate.
It contains records of families such as births, marriages, deaths, wills, census returns. Also maps, deeds, industry, social information old and new and plenty of other material. Some court books contain only a record of admittances and surrenders, rather than a full record of the sitting of a court.
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Lancashire Record Office. Guide to the Lancashire Record Office. A supplement, Preston: Lancashire County Books, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Janet D Martin; Lancashire Record Office.
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