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A Memorial of the Parish and Family of Hanmer in Flintshire
John Lord Hanmer, 1877.  Large 8vo, 274pp.  Earlier & later leaves extensively foxed, odd spots here & there throughout the rest of the book, binding cracked internally in several places making contents rather loose, boards worn & chipped.  Formerly the property of Hugh Hanmer (1882) and the Earl of Belmore (1934).   (ref 2648)  *75.00

The Descendants of Philip Henry, MA, Incumbent of Worthenbury in the County of Flint
Undated facsimile reprint of 1844. 68pp inc index. Philip, who moved to Worthenbury in 1653, was born in Westminster in 1631. His father John was born near Swansea. Reprint limited to 250 copies. F, covers a little grubby. 12.00

Bangor Monachorum: Historical Notes of its Ancient Monastery Church and Parish
Anon, 1962. 47pp booklet with pale blue card covers, 4 ills. Very clean contents in rather grubby covers. (ref 2714) *4.50

Historic Notices with Topographical and other Gleanings descriptive of the Borough and County Town of Flint
Henry Taylor, 1883.  4to, 256pp inc index, 23 ills as required.   Old vellum reback incorporating what was left of original backstrip (not the most attractive book on the shelf), contents clean though with odd spotting here & there.   Signature on fep is of one of the 427 original subscribers.  Pages untrimmed, thus nice wide margins.  (ref 3535)  *60.00

[Rhyl documents]  Deeds to Borleigh, Marine Drive
A short sequence of 4 parchment deeds covering the period 1890 to 1901, all concerning Edward William Keatinge.  (ref 658/56)  18.00
post-free  Not for export

A Calendar of the Flintshire Quarter Sessions Rolls 1747-1752
Clwyd Record Office, 1983.  A4 format in card covers enclosing 186pp inc 20-odd pp index, sketch map of the county in 1750 showing the various hundreds & their divisions, other ills are of examples of the documents concerned.  Essential for the serious Flintshire researcher of the mid-18th century.  Ex-Glamorgan Record Office Library, G.  (ref 252/131)  10.00