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The Parish Registers of Boston in the County of Lincoln. Volume I 1557-1599.

by F. Besant , C.W. Foster

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Hardcover
ISBN 13
9781396630071
ISBN 10
1396630074
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The Lincoln Record Society. 224 pages. Hard card blue cover, the card has suffered a old spillage - faint but large size darkening, the spillage is also visible around the top outer edge of rear end paper (this is all fairly faint but noticeable) . The card at base of spine is worn and the bottom 1 cm is missing. Cover corners are also worn. The cover although having a slightly worn appearance is very sound. Browning to end papers. Some pages are still joined on top edge. Hardback. The Parish Registers of Boston in the County of Lincoln. Volume I 1557-1599. Copied by F. Besant and edited by C.W. Foster. Lincoln Record Society - Parish Register Series . Read description . Hardcover. 1913.
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