Chapel Cottage, Llanishen, Chepstow NP16 6QT



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Overseas customers will be charged Surface or Airmail as requested

Jedburgh Abbey: Historical and Descriptive
James Watson, 1877. 136pp, 4 plates. A worn and loose copy, several of the pp having ink annotations. Top & tail of spine very worn, inner hinges cracked. G. (ref 2758) 9.50

The Jedburgh Gazette for Saturday March 31, 1900
Large size 4pp newspaper yellowing with age & with a few small holes
along folds. (ref G189) 6.00 post-free within UK

[Melrose document]  Inventory of Titles
This 1824 inventory lists very brief extracts of 6 deeds and documents from the period 1787 to 1821 concerning a house on the South side of the High Street belonging to the trustees of the late James Graham, alias James Grahamstie.  Manuscript on paper, 2 sides.  The outside (as folded) is quite grubby but the contents reasonably clean considering the age.  (ref  3736)  8.00 post-free   Not for export

The Churches and Graveyards of Roxburghshire
Dr G A C Binnie, 2001. 421pp inc index, 36 ills, many of them photos. The foundation and history of every known congregation of any denomination in all 31 parishes, giving details of currently used buildings, together with details of incumbents, ministers, communion plate etc, where possible. Very highly recommended, this is a must for all serious Roxburghshire researchers. New copies (they would make an unexpected & surely much appreciated birthday or Christmas present) can be ordered via Chapel Books at 25.00 post-free