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2 edition of topographical and historical description of The County of Sussex. found in the catalog.

topographical and historical description of The County of Sussex.

Shoberl Mr.

topographical and historical description of The County of Sussex.

by Shoberl Mr.

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Published by Sherwood, Neely and Jones .
Written in English


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The final book that sampled Boston families from four censuses and the research to discover everything about their lives. Including Suffolk County Massachusetts, (Boston, ), A Topographical and Historical Description of Boston. First atlas of Warren County. Included are maps of the United States, New Jersey, the county, fifteen townships, and thirty-nine towns and villages. The volume begins with a table of Warren County distances and tables of the state census, alphabetically arranged by county, showing totals for white and black ("colored") populations.

A Description of East-Bourne and its Environs; in the county of Sussex. Eastbourne: for John Haetherly, sold by Scatchered and Letterman, 12° ( x mm). Folding engraved frontispiece map and 3 plates (light offsetting onto title). Later boards (lower compartment of spine partly torn away). East Marden, Sussex. Historical description. The manor is one of four Meredens mentioned in Domesday book, was given after the Conquest to Roger, Earl Montgomery, and was annexed in the time of Henry I. to the prebend of East Marden, then founded in Chichester Cathedral. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Chichester; value, £

The Gazetteer of Lincolnshire, Historical, Topographical and Antiquarian; containing a complete List of every Town, Village and Hamlet in the County, arranged and divided into Wapentakes [with Population and list of Parliament]. IN ORIGINAL BOARDS by Joseph NOBLE Condition: See description. T. Yeakell and W. Gardner, An Actual Topographical Survey of the County of Sussex () Gardner, Suss. Map () Topographical Description of Worthing (Worthing, ) Shearsmith, Worthing Worthing Borough Council Year Book.


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Topographical and historical description of The County of Sussex by Shoberl Mr. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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