Guide to the Bedfordshire Record Office.
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Guide to the Bedfordshire Record Office.

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Published by Bedfordshire County Council in Bedford .
Written in English

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Guides to collections from the Archives and Records office A-Z. A General Guide to Collections Bedford's Gaol Buildings. Bedford Borough Records Introduction. Bedfordshire Regiment Attestation Books. British Railways Board. Business Records. Cutler Hammer. Disability. Dunstable Borough Records. Estate Agents' Records. Fire Service Records. First World War Home Front Records. We are the County Record Office for Bedfordshire. Anyone may use our service and the archives we hold for research either in person or remotely. We are based in Riverside Building, Borough Hall, Bedford. **ANNOUNCEMENT** FROM MONDAY 23RD MARCH THE ARCHIVES SERVICE WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Moreover, the Bedfordshire record office accepts and preserves original documents into their collections from individual or businesses who want to conserve vital records. The Bedfordshire record office is the first record office of England and has a vast collection of family records, business records, Church of England records, Manorial records, and Estate records received from key landowners of the county, records of individuals and societies, jail records. The county record office for the historic county of Bedfordshire. Created in , we hold documents from the 12th century to the present day. Keep up-to-date with our activities. We add to our collections and catalogues all the time, we also have a programme of events, this page will help you see what's new and what's on. For more information please use our main rs to searchroom Location: Riverside Building, Borough Hall, Cauldwell St, Bedford, MK42 9AP.

BHRS and the County Record Office (now called Bedfordshire Archives and Records Service) (opens in new window) were the brainchild of one man, Dr G. Herbert Fowler, and have developed side by side since BHRS and the County Record Office offer one another mutual help and support. For many years County Archivists performed the role of General Editor of BHRS and oversaw the publication by. [eb-GB]Adlib Internet Server is a complete application to make the collections of archives, museums and libraries accessible over the internet. Adlib Internet Server is an add-on to the professional collection management applications Adlib Archive, Adlib Museum and Adlib Library. Welcome to the on-line catalogue of Bedfordshire Archives Service. This enables you to search our archive catalogue or our searchroom library catalogue. We strongly advise you to read the help files available to ensure the best results. There are general help files to the left of each screen, or specific help by clicking a field. This guide uses the Harvard Cite Them Right system.. For more information see: Pears, R. and Shields, G. () Cite them right: the essential referencing guide. 10th : Palgrave. Always consult your unit handbook or tutor to make sure you are using the correct system for the unit.

Bedfordshire Parish Records: Parish CDs. We haver now a series of Parish CDs which will contain as a minimum: A parish map of Bedfordshire showing the location of the parish A description of the parish from a 19th century directory Pictures of the parish church or other notable buildings. Bedfordshire Archives & Records Service, Bedford, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom. likes 8 talking about this 21 were here. The county record office for the historic county of ers:   urn:oclc:record Foldout_seconds Foldoutcount 1 Identifier publicationsofbe01bedf_0 Identifier-ark ark://t4xh2kj9r Invoice Lccn Ocr ABBYY FineReader Page-progression lr Pages Ppi Scandate Scanner Scanningcenter indiana. Online ogia Bedfordiensis; being a collection of evidences relating chiefly to the landed gentry of Bedfordshire, A. D. Collected out of parish registers, the bishop's transcripts, early wills, monumental inscriptions, etc.