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Redgrave Park, Suffolk The Redgrave Park, Suffolk website explores the history and landscape of the park, from the 13th to the 20th century. This site includes a biographical sketch of Sir John Holt,the Lord Chief Justice, (1642-1710) with especial reference to his witchcraft trials who purchased Redgrave Park and Hall in 1702.
Salford Hundred Salford Hundred Ancestry, Annals and History. Chronology for the Salford Hundred A.D. 48 - 1886.
Holt surname and heraldry The Holt family history and genealogy page details information concerning the origin of the surname Holt and includes a Heraldry section.
Cronton Hall Cronton Origin and History. One of the owners was Thomas Holt of Gristlehurst.
High Sheriffs The High Sheriffs of Lancashire 1129 - 1947.
Lancaster Castle In Lancaster Castle the Shire Hall displays the Arms of the Sheriffs of Lancashire, 3 of whom were from the Holt family. To see the page displayed on the original website click here.
Lancashire Hotpots Lancashire Hotpots and The Lancashire Virtual Gateway seeks to provide a comprehensive and factual source of information about the Historical County of Lancashire.
Bacup Lancashire The Bacup Lancashire web site is dedicated to recording the history of the town of Bacup
Catterall history Catterall history including a description and the history of Little Mitton Hall, Little Mitton and its inhabitants
Sudley House Sudley House its history, collections and the Holt family. The Blue Funnel line was run by George Holt's brother Alfred Holt
Archaeological Discoveries Archaeological Discoveries in South-East Lancashire
General internet sites where information about the Holt's can be located:-
International Genealogical Index Family Search, provides the International Genealogical Index, IGI on the internet from the vast record collections of the Church of Latter Day Saints.
Origins.net Origins.net is a major source of key Scottish, Irish and English genealogical data on the web.
A2A database The A2A database contains catalogues of archives, submitted from all over England. This is the English strand in the UK archives network. This covers a variety of archives from the twelfth to the twentieth centuries and covers a wide range of subjects.
Chetham's Library Chetham's Library is the oldest surviving public library in Britain and holt many historical documents. A catalogue of the holdings is published on the internet.
Manchester and Lancashire Family History Society Manchester and Lancashire Family History Society provide a good resource for local historians. They are active in projects to transcribe, index and publish a wide variety of genealogically important material.
Lancashire Parish Register Society Lancashire Parish Register Society compile records for the parishs of Lancashire.The society makes accessible and preserves the parish registers of Pre-1837 Lancashire.
Society of Genealogists Society of Genealogists for all those interested in family history research. The society has a library and regular lectures etc.
Public Records Office The Public Records Office is the national archive of England, Wales and the United Kingdom. It houses and preserves the records of central government and the courts of law. The records span an unbroken period from the 11th century to the present day. It includes the 1901 census which is online.
Rochdale Cemetery An index of burials at Rochdale Cemetery. Rochdale Cemetery first opened in 1855.
Documents Online Documents Online allows online access to the National Archives collections of digitised public records.
College of Arms The College of Arms monitors the entitlement of people to arms. Heraldry arose almost spontaneously across Europe and flourished in tournaments using the lance. Jousts were supervised by heralds.The College of Arms is the official repository of the coats of arms and pedigrees of English, Welsh, Northern Irish and Commonwealth families and their descendants.
Genuki - Lancashire This part of the Genuki contains information related to all of Lancashire.
Rochdale Library Rochdale Library has an extensive local studies section. There is a project to create a virtual Local Studies Library and historical books about the Borough have been scanned to created pdf versions of the books which are central to any research on the development of the Borough of ordinary people. There are many references to the name of Holt. View the books on offer
Manchester Central Library Manchester Central Library has a wide range of materials relating to the history of Manchester.
The Register Offices The Register Offices in the county of Lancashire, England, hold records of Local births, marriages and deaths back to the start of civil registration in 1837.
Manchester Burial Records Manchester Burial Records Online.
OnLine Parish Clerks project OnLine Parish Clerks project data and records are presented from the earliest records that can be found up to approximately the end of the 19th century. At that time there were almost 400 parishes within the pre 1974 county boundaries of Lancashire.
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