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HANDWRITING - 16TH AND 17TH CENTURY ENGLISH [w] www.btinternet.com/~tylcoat/ handwrit.htm

Not exactly hardcore genealogy, but it may well prove useful in your genealogical research. This is a straightforward site that tries to help visitors decipher old handwriting.

HARTSHORN FAMILY PAGES [w] http://homepages.rootsweb. com/%7Ehartshrn

A site dedicated to people with the surname Hartshorn (all US-based, but descendents came from the Derbyshire village of Hartshorne), Hartson and Hartshorne. It's a good family name site with a lot of depth.

HEREFORDSHIRE FHS: Name indexes for the 1851, 1891 and 1901 Censuses nestle amongst other resources

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