Who lived where, and what did they do?
An absolute goldmine for the Family and Local Historian, This genealogical CD has over 800 pages of fascinating
information, comprising, under a lucid arrangement of subjects, a General Survey of the County, and seperate
historical, Statistical, and Topographical description of all the Hundreds, Liberties, Unions, Boroughs, Towns,
Ports, parishes, Townships, Villages and Hamlets, shewing their extent and population; their agriculture,
manufactures, fisheries, markets, fairs, trade and commerce; their charities and public institutions; their
churches and chapels; the annual value, and the patrons, and incumbents of the benefices; the tithe commutations;
the lords of the manors and owners of the soil; the civil and ecclesiastical jurisdictions; the addresses of the
inhabitants; the mediums of public conveyance, by land and water; the seats of nobility and gentry; magistrates and
public officers; and a variety of other agricultural, statistical, and biographical information.