England Occupations Further Reading M to P (National Institute)
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Further Reading (cont.)[edit | edit source]
MELVILLE, Ian. 2001. Medical Sources. Family Tree Magazine Vol 17 #6, page 68.
MEREDITH, Alan and MEREDITH, Gillian. Buttons. Shire Publications.
MILLIGAN, Edward H. and THOMAS, Malcom J. 1999. My Ancestors Were Quakers: How Can I Find Out More About Them? Society of Genealogists.
MILLINER, Chad R. 2001. Review of HOLBORN, Guy. 1999. Personal communication.
MILLS, Robert. Nutcrackers. Shire Publications.
MILWARD, Rosemary. 1986. A Glossary of Household, Farming and Trade Terms from Probate Inventories. Derbyshire Record Society. FHL book 942.51 H25deo.
MINIATURE BOOKS. 1954. Old English Coffee Houses. Rodale Press, Emmaus, Pennsylvania.
MITTON, Lavinia. The Victorian Hospital. Shire Publications.
MOCKRIDGE, Patricia and Philip. Weathervanes. Shire Publications.
MOFFAT, J.S. 1994. Victorian Photographers in the Family. Family Tree Magazine Vol 10 #3, page 16-17.
MONK, Eric. Keys, Their History and Design. Shire Publications.
MOORE, Carol. 1999. Old Occupations: “Unwomanly Toil” The Women Nailmakers of the Late 19th Century. Family Tree Magazine Vol 16 #1, page 27-28.
MOORE, Simon. Penknives and Other Folding Knives. Shire Publications.
MOORE, Simon. Spoons 1650-1930. Shire Publications.
MOORE, Simon. Table Knives and Forks. Shire Publications.
MORBY, Keith and LOVESEY, Peter. 2002. Was Great-Grandad the ‘Warwickshire Antelope’? Family History News and Digest Vol 13 #3, page 127-129.
MORGAN, W. 1994. Follow-Up [regarding Maria Rye and governesses] in COLE, Jean. Questions and Answers. Family Tree Magazine Vol 10 #8, page 25.
MORLAND, Bill. 1985. Portrait of the Potteries. Robert Hale.
MORRELL, Patricia. 1978. Street Cries. Wayland.
MORRIS, Derek. 1999. Licensed Victuallers’ Records. Cockney Ancestor (East of London Family History Society) #82, page 42-44.
MORSE, Anthony. 2002. The History of Chatham Dockyard. Report of a talk given to Sevenoaks Branch, North West Kent FHS, North West Kent Family History Vol 9 #6, page 266.
MULLER, H.G. 1986. Baking and Bakeries. Shire Publications.
MUNBY, Lionel. 1989. How Much is That Worth? Phillimore, for the British Association for Local History.
MUNDAY, John. Naval Cannon. Shire Publications.
MUNKTON, Thelma. 2002. Remember the Poor and the Second Poor. Family Tree Magazine Vol 19 #1, page 6-7.
MURPHY, Audrey. 1993. Old Occupations: Silk Ribbon Weaver. Family Tree Magazine Vol 6 #11.
NAYLOR, Peter. Discovering Lost Mines. Shire Publications.
NEWINGTON-IRVING, N.J.N. 1995 6th edition. Directories and Poll Books in the Library of the Society of Genealogists. Society of Genealogists.
NEWMAN, Paul. 1995. Great-grandfather Was a Clown. Family Tree Magazine Vol 11 #3, page 23.
NICOLLE, George. [pre-1994] The Woodworking Trades: A Select Bibliography. Twybill Press.
NOCK, Deborah. 1997. A Mine of Genealogical Information. Family Tree Magazine Vol 13 #9, page 12.
NOTLEY, Raymond. Pressed Flint Glass. Shire Publications.
OLIVER, H.G. 1989. Old Occupations: Was Your Ancestor a Pugilist? Family Tree Magazine Vol 6 #2, page 4.
OWEN, William. 18th century various editions. Book of Fairs.
PAICE, L. 1992. The Journeyman Saddlemaker - and His Daughter. Isle of Wight Family History Society journal #24, page 16-18.
PALMER, Helen (editor). 1961 (there are many other editions). Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press.
PALMER, M. 1984. Framework Knitting. Shire Publications.
PALMER, Pam. Tatting. Shire Publications.
PASIERBSKA, Halina. Dolls’ House Furniture. Shire Publications.
PASIERBSKA, Halina. Dolls’ Houses. Shire Publications.
PASSMORE, Sue. 1992-1. Old Occupations: Clogmakers. Family Tree Magazine Vol 8 #3, page 4-5.
PASSMORE, Sue. 1992-2. Old Occupations: Fullers and Tuckers. Family Tree Magazine Vol 8 #4, page 4-5.
PASSMORE, Sue Campbell. 1991. Old Occupations: Chapman or Pedlar. Family Tree Magazine Vol 8 #2, page 44-45.
PATEMAN, John. 2002. Captain Swing. Bygone Kent Vol 23 #4, page 237-241.
PATTISON, Iain. 1984. The British Veterinary Profession 1791-1948. J.J. Allen.
PEARCE, Rhoda M. Thomas Telford [Bridge Engineer]. Shire Publications.
PEARL, Susan. 1989. Old Occupations: Was Your Ancestor a Strawplaiter? Family Tree Magazine Vol 5 #12, page 4-5.
PEARL, Susan. 1990. Old Occupations: The Glover. Family Tree Magazine Vol 7 #1.
PEARSON, Lynn F. 2002. Piers and Other Seaside Architecture. Shire Publications.
PELLING, Margaret. 1987. Medical Practice in Early Modern England: Trade or Profession? in PREST, Wilfrid. 1987. The Professions in Early Modern England. Croom Helm, London. FHL book 942 U2p.
PENNELL, Paul. Children’s Cars. Shire Publications.
PERCIVAL, Arthur. 2002. Explosives Factory Staff in Faversham. Kent Family History Society Journal. Vol 10 #3, page 156.
PERKINS, John. 1999 10th edition. Current Publications by Member Societies. Federation of Family History Societies.
PERKINS, John. 2002 5th edition. Current Publications on Microfiche by Member Societies. Federation of Family History Societies.
PERRY, Evan. Corkscrews and Bottle Openers. Shire Publications.
PICKFORD, Ian. Jackson’s Silver and Gold Marks. The Antique Collectors Club.
PIGOT, James. 1834. National Commercial Directory for the County of Cheshire. Pigot and Company.
PIKE, Geoffrey. 2000. Copperas and the Castle. Friends of the Whitstable Museum and Gallery.
PLOMER, Henry R. Series at least 1907-1977. Dictionary of the Printers and Booksellers Who Were at Work in England, Scotland and Ireland. Volumes cover 1557-1775. Bibliographical Society. FHL book 942.U2d.
POLS, Robert. 1992. Dating Old Photographs. Federation of Family History Societies.
POND, Edward. 1992. West Ham and the Early Textile Trade. Cockney Ancestor #54, page 47-49.
POOLEY, Ernest. 1947. The Guilds of the City of London. Collins, London.
POPLE, Hazel. 1994. Sanger’s Circus: 1881 Census. Family Tree Magazine Vol 10 #12, page 5.
PORTER, Val. British Cattle. Shire Publications.
PORTER, Val. British Pigs. Shire Publications.
POWELL, Christopher. Discovering Cottage Architecture. Shire Publications.
POWELL, Christopher. Stables and Stable Blocks. Shire Publications.
PRATT, Derek. London’s Canals. Shire Publications.
PRENDERGAST, Paul. 1840-1. The Apothecary in Portraits of the English Vol III: In Sickness and in Health edited and published by COLLINS, Audrey. 1999-1. Original published by Robert Tyas, London.
PRENDERGAST, Paul. 1840-2. The Medical Student in Portraits of the English Vol III: In Sickness and in Health edited and published by COLLINS, Audrey. 1999-1. Original published by Robert Tyas, London.
PRENDERGAST, Paul. 1840-3. The Quack Doctor in Portraits of the English Vol III: In Sickness and in Health edited and published by COLLINS, Audrey. 1999-1. Original published by Robert Tyas, London.
PREST, Wilfrid. 1987. The Professions in Early Modern England. Croom Helm, London. FHL book 942 U2p.
PREST, Wilfrid. 1987. Lawyers in PREST, Wilfrid. 1987. The Professions in Early Modern England. Croom Helm, London. FHL book 942 U2p.
PRITCHARD, Michael. 1994. A Directory of London Photographers 1841-1908. PhotoResearch, Watford.
PROSSER, Sue. 1999. Was Your Grandfather a Freeman of the City? Family Tree Magazine Vol 15 #9, page 16.
PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE. Records Information Leaflets. There are about 150 of these on various topics. Find at PRO, Kew, England free to pick them up there, or download from leaflets section on Internet site.
||Royal Grants, Letters Patent and Charters 1199-Present Day|
||Inventions: Patents and Specifications|
||Royal Household and Wardrobe Before 1660|
||Royal Warrant Holders and Household Servants|
||Markets and Fairs|
||Coal Mining Records in the PRO|
||Lawyers: Records of Attorneys and Solicitors|
||Customs, Excise, Tax Collectors and Civil Servants|
||Stationers Hall Copyright Records|
||Education: Records of Teachers|
||Sources for the History of Mines and Quarries|
||Civilian Nurses and Nursing Services|
||Apprenticeship Records as Sources for Genealogy|
||Merchant Seamen: Registers of Service, 1835-1857 |
||Merchant Seamen: Registers of Service 1913-1972|
||Merchant Seamen: Crew Lists and Agreements After 1861|
||Merchant Seamen: Crew Lists and Agreements, 1747-1860|
||Merchant Seamen: Officers Service records 1845-1965|
||Merchant Seamen: Registration of Ships, 1786-1994|
||Merchant Seamen: Medals and Honours|
||Royal Warrant Holders, and Suppliers of Goods, from 1660|
||Registered Designs and Trade Marks|
||Registered Designs: Diamond Marks|
||Merchant Seamen: Records of the RGSS, A Guide to Leaflets|
||Merchant Seamen: Interpreting Voyage Details in the Register of Officer’s Services|
||Merchant Seamen: Abbreviations Found in the RGSS Registers|
||Merchant Seamen: Interpreting Voyage Details in the Registers of Seamen, Series II|
||Merchant Seamen: Interpreting the Voyages in the Registers of Seamen’s Tickets and the Alphabetical Registers of Masters|
||Intelligence Services in the Public Record Office|
||British Army: Nurses and Nursing Services|
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