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Calendar of Marriage Licences Issued at the Faculty Office 1632-1714

£50.00

Product description

The thirty-third volume in the British Record Society's The Index Library, this is, as the title suggests, a record of marriage licences issued at the Faculty Office between 1632 and 1714. The listings are in chronological order, although about a third of the book is made up of an alphabetical index for ease of reference.

Published in 1905, the dark red cloth bound book, with golden gilt embossed titles, is in good condition, though not without wear. The covers have shelf wear to the edges, and the spine is slightly faded. There is also some discolouration to page edges, and a bookplate on the inside front cover, which otherwise features an attractive printed design on the end papers

An interesting record of almost a century of marriage records.

Item details

Author(s):
Edited by G.E. Cokayne, F.S.A. and E. Alexander Fry
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
427
Publisher:
British Record Society
Title:
Calendar of Marriage Licences Issued at the Faculty Office 1632-1714

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The thirty-third volume in the British Record Society's The Index Library, this is, as the title suggests, a record of marriage licences issued at the Faculty Office between 1632 and 1714. The listings are in chronological order, although about a third of the book is made up of an alphabetical index for ease of reference.

Published in 1905, the dark red cloth bound book, with golden gilt embossed titles, is in good condition, though not without wear. The covers have shelf wear to the edges, and the spine is slightly faded. There is also some discolouration to page edges, and a bookplate on the inside front cover, which otherwise features an attractive printed design on the end papers

An interesting record of almost a century of marriage records.

Author(s):
Edited by G.E. Cokayne, F.S.A. and E. Alexander Fry
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
427
Publisher:
British Record Society
Title:
Calendar of Marriage Licences Issued at the Faculty Office 1632-1714

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