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The following study has been registered and is also on the Worldwide One-Place Study Register:

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Primary Place

Sub-places (e.g. hamlets) within study

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County (historic)

Population in 1881

Old photos: buildings/places

Old postcard views

Old photos: past residents

Primary resources

Secondary resources

Electoral rolls/poll books

Monumental inscriptions

Trade directories

Probate office summaries

Family histories

Obituary notices

Newspaper extracts

Will transcriptions

Tithe apportionment

Baptisms:

Burials:

Marriages:

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1841 census:

1851 census:

1871 census:

1861 census:

1881 census:

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Local history/timeline

Militia lists

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1939 register:

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Trunch One-Place Study

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Trunch

A collection of all available data about the history of the village of Trunch. Commentaries on each data set and links to the data.



Dr. Valerie Dagley

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Other records include: Workhouse transcripts, School log book transcript. Extracts from Manorial records. Census trace on people who have left Trunch to travel elsewhere.

Parish registers still have some gaps to be completed. All data is regularly up-dated as new information comes to light.


Aims:

- to make data freely available to other researchers

- to improve the accuracy of data by using several different sources.