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The Attwood family, with historic notes & pedigrees. By John Robinson ... Eighty illustrations.

Main Author: Robinson, John, of Sunderland.
Related Names: Attwood, Thomas Arthur Carless 1863-
Language(s): English
Published: Sunderland, Printed for private circulation by Hills and company, 1903.
Subjects: Hull family.
McDowell family.
Lamb family.
Hutchinson family.
Moore family.
Elliot family.
Atwood family.
Gaunt family.
Note: Pedigrees: A.--The Gaunt family. A.¹--Sutton alias Dudley (from Grazebrook). B.--William Gande. C.--Rachel Maria Gaunt. D.--Attwood family (from Grazebrook). E.--Attwood family by Thomas A. C. Attwood. F.--Elliot, of Whitehaven. G.--Wood, of Whitehaven. H.--Moore, of Sunderland. J.--Hutchinson, of Sunderland. K.--Lamb, of Sunderland. L.--McDowell, of Sunderland. M.--Hull, of Sunderland.
Physical Description: 4 p., l., 128, [2], xi-xiii p. front. (coat of arms) plates, ports., facsim., geneal. tables (partly fold.) 23 cm.
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