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Add 39707 - 39756 Extract: 39707-39756. WELSH PEDIGREES, and other collections relating to. Welsh families, compiled by Henry James Theodore Wood from. MSS. in the Public Record Office, the British Museum and else-. where ;containing transcripts from Plea and other Rolls, Wills,. Parish Registers, etc. The majority of the volumes are furnished. Show the full description / Find index references / Show descriptions hierarchy
2 Add 39736 Extract: 39736. WOOD COLLECTION. Vol. XXX. Miscellaneous collec-. tions, including transcripts of wills, etc. f. 2 ; parish registers,. f. 54 ; monumental inscriptions, f. 184; lists of wills and. administrations, f. 189. General index, f. 233 ; places in Wales,. f. 246 ; index of the Whitney family, f. 248..
13 Whitney (Thomas). Jamaica merchant. Certificate for W. Norris 1719. Signed.
Add. 61623 ff. 61-62b
Add 61101 - 61710 Extract: 61101-61710. The archive, formerly housed at Blenheim Palace, co.. Oxon, consists chiefly of the correspondence and papers of John. Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough, his wife Sarah, née Jenyns, and their. son-in-law Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl of Sunderland, whose descendants. Show the full description / Find index references / Show descriptions hierarchy
2 Add 61491 - 61665 Extract: D. CORRESPONDENCE AND PAPERS OF THE 3RD EARL OF SUNDERLAND. 61491-61665. BLENHEIM PAPERS. Vols. CCCXCI-DLXV.. Correspondence and papers of Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl of Sunderland. b. circ 1674, d. 1722) Secretary of State for the Southern Department. 1706-1710, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 1714-1715, Lord Privy Seal. Show the full description / Find index references / Show descriptions hierarchy
3 Add 61613 - 61624 Extract: D. Section IX. PETITIONS. 61613-61624. BLENHEIM PAPERS. Vols. DXIII-DXXIV. Petitions to. Queen Anne, George I, Sunderland, the Privy Council, Treasury. Commissioners, etc. mostly arranged by petitioners' names or titles;. 1702-1722, n.d. Partly signed and copies. Twelve volumes.. Show the full description / Find index references / Show descriptions hierarchy
4 Add 61623 Extract: 61623. Vol. DXXIII (ff. 106) For civil posts, and recompense for. losses in North America and the West Indies, and relating to. ecclesiastical jurisdiction in Barbados; 1706-1721, n.d. Partly Latin..
14 Whitney (Thomas). of Rio Grande do, Sul, Brazil. Letter to Sir A. H. Layard 1863.
Add. 39107 f. 324
1 Add 38931 - 39164 Extract: THE LAYARD PAPERS. 38931-39164. CORRESPONDENCE and papers, private and official, of. Sir Austen Henry Layard, P.C. G.C.B. D.C.L. the discoverer of. Nineveh (b. 1817, d. 1894) From 1842 to 1845 he was unofficially. employed on diplomatic missions by Sir S. Canning, afterw. (1852). Show the full description / Find index references / Show descriptions hierarchy
2 Add 39101 - 39120 Extract: 39101-39120. LAYARD PAPERS. Vols. CLXXI-CXC. Semi-official. letters from British ambassadors, consuls, etc. to A. H. Layard,. as Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Foreian Affairs under (a) the. 1st Earl Russell and (b) the 4th Earl of Clarendon ; together with.
Extracted by Adrian Benjamin Burke, Esq.