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County genealogies. Pedigrees of Berkshire families. Collected by Wm. Berry ... Transferred from his own hand writing and printed in lithography by E. Barwick.

Main Author: Berry, William, 1774-1851.
Language(s): English
Published: [London] Sherwood, Gilbert and Piper, 1837.
Subjects: Heraldry > Great Britain.
Visitations, Heraldic > England > Surrey.
Visitations, Heraldic > England > Buckinghamshire.
Visitations, Heraldic > England > Berkshire.
Surrey (England) > Genealogy.
Buckinghamshire (England) > Genealogy.
Berkshire (England) > Genealogy.
Note: Contains also a list of sheriffs of Berkshire from the time of Henry II, 1154 to 1830.
Ms. letter of author bound in.
County genealogies: Pedigrees of Surrey families have special t.-p. and separate pagination, 1 l., ix, 110, [10] p.
County genealogies: Pedigrees of Buckinghamshire families have special t.-p. and separate pagination, 1 l., xv, 1 l., 103, [10] p.
Physical Description: 3 v. in 1.; 3 p. l., xix, 155, [13] p., 1 l., xv p., 1 l., 103, [10] p., 1 l., ix, 110, [10] p. illus. 35 cm.
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