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From research done by Alan Anderton, Bargo,NSW

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"Transactions of the Catholic Record Society" - "Records Series"; Catholic Record Society The Catholic Register Society specialises in transcribing and publishing Source material regarding the Catholic church and its' adherants from the "Age of intolerance" - from the disolution of the Catholic Church in England under Henry VIII to the late 18th C. Not just registers, but Letters, Diaries, School and clerical records from England and the continent.The whole framed and annotated with scholarly and and for the most part accurate comments. CRS
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"Visitation of Lancashire by Sir William Dugdale, 1664-5"; Chetham Sir William Dugdale was one of the College of Heralds and in 1664 he travelled to Lancashire to record the Pedigrees of the families who were claiming Coats of Arms. The four major houses of Anderton in Lancashire of the day recorded a pedigree at this visitation - Anderton, Lostock, Birchley and Euxton. The Source Reference Analysis for each family has the heraldic blazon of the holder of the arms at the time and a Gedcom file for each family. DUG
"Armorial Families"; Fox-Davies, Arthur Charles Two hardbound volumes, 1929 ed. Basically a heraldic register that goes into great detail, with some illustrations, blazons and pedigrees FOX
General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, The"; Burke, Sir Bernard, CB, LLD, Ulster King of Arms" Basic heraldry reference, Published 1884, complete but thin on detail. GAE
"Grantees Of Arms, Part 1, A-J, 1687-1898" Harleian Society Hard bound volume that lists grants of arms and the reference to trace it in the Grant Books. No details or illustrations but good as a pointer to further study. GOA
"Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica" Vol. VIII, Clarke, A.W. Large hardbound volume, very old, a "scrapbook" of source material of genalogical & heraldic references. MGH
"Heraldic material at Society Of Genealogists" Society of Genealogists, London On a visit to the Society of Genealogists in London in 1984, I made copies of material from a "packet", or envelope of papers, archived on the top floor (possibly "The Holworthy Collection"). They are handwritten in ink in an archaic copperplate script (19th C?). SGH

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