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Upstairs Downstairs

Upstairs Downstairs (Clivedon)
Upstairs/Downstairs Families: Alice de Rothschild, 1901 Census
1901 Census Upstairs/Downstairs Families of Bucks – GILBEY
1901 Census Upstairs/Downstairs Families of Bucks (ENO heiresses)
Upstairs, Downstairs – The Life of a Domestic Servant
More Upstairs, Downstairs Families in Bucks, Baylis House, Stoke Poges
More Upstairs, Downstairs Families in Bucks, Stonor House, Upper Assenden, Pyrton
Upstairs, Downstairs Family (Rothschild employees Ascott House near Wing 1891)
More Upstairs, Downstairs Families in Bucks, Wycombe Abbey 1851
Upstairs, Downstairs Families in Bucks (Waddesdon Manor)
A Truly Upstairs, Downstairs Family. Part 2
Upstairs, Downstairs (Servants)
Upstairs Downstairs Stoke Poges
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Addington Hall
Upstairs/Downstairs Families Stoke Poges - 1851 Census
More Upstairs, Downstairs Families
Census extracts from 1881 for Latimer House, Chesham including the Room over the Stables' and the Gargedners Lodge
More Upstairs, Downstairs Families in Buckinghamshire
Census extracts from 1881 for Stowe House, and employees residences, Stowe Farm and Boycott Pavilion
More Upstairs, Downstairs Families in Buckinghamshire - Census extracts from 1881 for Datchet House , Datchet and The Manor House, Great Brickhill
More Upstairs, Downstairs Families in Buckinghamshire
Census extracts from 1881 for The Grange at Hitcham and Hedsor Mansion and Lodge
More Upstairs, Downstairs Families in 1851 Bucks
Ditton Park, Datchet House
More Upstairs & Downstairs Families in Bucks, Dinton Hall, Shardeloes, Hartwell House

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Description of events from 150 years ago including a report of a race between Thomas BASS aged 77 years and Daniel JARVIS aged 75 years; 125 years ago reporting on the marriage of three sisters (daughters of Mr CHEER on the same day in 1873 and 100 years ago with a report from a confirmation in 1898 where all eleven candidates were named SMITH along with the clergyman, sexton and organist
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Description of events from 150 years ago including a report of an elopement and the removal of the church organist; 125 years ago reporting on Cheddington annual village feast and cricket match between the 'married' and 'single'men of the village and from 100 years ago a report of a power cut in High Wycombe
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JACKMAN, BRANDON, BIGG, STREET, TURNER, BUNCE, WINTERSON, BUTLER, SMITH
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HIGGINS, HOOKHAM, BUTCHER, MARKHAM, CASEMORE, HAMMOND, BAILEY, GODFREY
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HANNEY, BATES, GUNNS, HANSON, SMITH, WALKER, HILL, PRICE, BENNETT, ROGERS, VARNEY
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PALLISTER, HAMNER, FOWLER, POULTON, ANDREWS, KING, FOUNTAIN, SIRETT, WHITE, SPENCER, CHAPMAN
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Basic Family History

An Introduction to - Friendly Society Records
An introduction to - British Civil Registration
An introduction to - Tracing Your German Ancestors
An Introduction to - The British Army: Its History, Tradition and Records
An Introduction To - Church Registers
An Introduction To - Civil Registration
Basic Approach to - Making Contact with Relatives
Basic Approach to - Illuminating Your Family History with Picture Postcards
Basic Approach to - Keeping Your Family Record
Basic Approach to - Latin for Family Historians
Basic Facts about - Using Wills after 1858
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Let's Start Family History. FFHS.
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