|Statement||records of the Northern Province 1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||218|
mrRODUCT ION The GuidI' to till' Archive Collections in the Borthwick Inati tute of Historical Rescar-ch, published in (Borthwick Text and 1), containcd all account of the co] lections as they existed in August 1() 'f'hit; present Supplem(mtar} Guiue details all the accessions from thaL Lime unt11 May , Tt wi11 be seen that a. considerable amount. of. The Borthwick published the first complete guide to its holdings in This was followed by two supplements, in and in Although these are now out of date, and some of the arrangement of the archives has been, or will be, superseded, they are still useful as a historical record of how our holdings have developed since A brief guide to genealogical sources at the Borthwick Institute (PDF, 87kb) Guide to Probate Courts; Simple Guide to Probate Jurisdiction (PDF, kb) York Probate Act Books - administrations and probate acts (PDF, kb) York Probate Act Books - tuitions, curations and caveats (PDF, 2,kb) Marriage Bonds and Allegations (PDF, 1,kb). (York, ), for information regarding the history of the York Diocesan Archive and its deposit at the Borthwick Institute. The Diocesan Registrar has deposited records relating to the Diocese of York at the Borthwick Institute since These records have been appraised in accordance with Borthwick Institute policy. Accruals are not expected.
View the series of Borthwick Studies in History. Borthwick Lists and Indexes. This publication comprises of guides to archive records held at the Borthwick. View the collection of Borthwick Lists and Indexes. Monastic Research Bulletin Newsletter for anyone interested in monastic studies (historical, archaeological, art historical, literary. The archive of the Wilberforce memorial: at the Borthwick Institute of Historical Research Private Francis "Blind" Patterson, War's relentless hand: twelve tales of Civil War soldiers Seeking justice for a blind black man in front of Judge Cox, Voices of civil rights lawyers: reflections from the deep South, Borthwick Institute for Archives, University of York Institution de conservation If you would like to arrange to come and view our archives or wish to . Archives Hub. Useful for summary descriptions of the holdings within the York Diocesan Archive and several other archives including our Southern African material.. Tip: to search just the Borthwick's holdings go to the Archives Hub Search and under 'Search within' select 'Borthwick Institute for Archives, University of York' from the drop down list.
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