The major collection this week includes 15 titles from the Anguline Research Archive (ARA). All of the data includes content from the United Kingdom. These databases include birth, marriage, and death records; stories and histories; court, land, and probate records; and genealogy guides. Here’s a list of each of the databases that will be launched this week:
Monumental Inscriptions in the Graveyards of Brigham and Bridekirk, Near Cockermouth in the county of Cumberland, 1666- 1876
Antiquityes and Memoyres of the Parish of Myddle
New Sharlston: A Social History of a West Yorkshire Mining Village, 1865- 1914
The Constables’ Accounts of the Manor of Manchester From the Year 1612 To the Year 1647, and From the Year 1743 To the Year 1776.
The Registers of Edinghamm, County of Northumberland, 1658- 1812
The Parish Register of Wintringham 1558
A History of the Parish of Gedling, in the County of Nottingham
Registers of Stanhope
Parish Register of Durness, 1764- 1814
The Registers of St. Mary-Le-Bow, in the City of Durham. Baptisms, 1571- 1812. Marriages, 1573 – 1812. Burials, 1571- 1812
Church of St George in the Parish of Wiltonztaunton
The Court Rolls of the Honor of Clitheroe in the County of Lancaster, Volume 1
The International Genealogical Dictionary
The Northern Genealogist, January 1895
Registra Antiqua de Caerwent, 1568- 1812
ARA was founded by Guy Etchells and Angela Petyt B.A.(hons.). ARA is an organization dedicated to offering rare books on CD at an affordable price. It caters to local history researchers, as well as to family history researchers.
ARA also offers school and college registers, directories, local histories and topography, wills, study aids, and maps. Plus, they provide some rare printed resources from Medieval times up to the 20th century.