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The Family Tree - December/January 2005
Burke's Landed Gentry, 19th Edition, Volume II, The Ridings of York


BURKE’S LANDED GENTRY 19TH EDITION VOLUME II, THE RIDINGS OF YORK

EDITOR, CHARLES MOSLEY

To most people, regional identity is as important as the national kind. Burke's Landed Gentry, 19th Edition, Volume II, The Ridings of York covers the old Ridings of York and focuses on historic Yorkshire families and key contemporary people, born, living or working in the county. A successful blend which encompasses Yorkshire life today. At approximately 1,500 pages, this superbly crafted hardback book is cloth-bound, foil-blocked in gold and makes an ideal gift to enhance any home, library or boardroom. As a serious reference work, it is a useful and unique tool for historians, librarians, business people and anyone with Yorkshire connections.

Burke's Landed Gentry, Volume II, The Ridings of York will be published in late spring 2005. 

INFORMATION AND PHOTOGRAPHS AVAILABLE AT www.burkes-peerage.net

For interviews and comment, contact Anne Christie [email protected]

"The Yorkshire Society is delighted to be associated with the important developments at Burke's Peerage & Gentry and are most enthusiastic about the inclusion of the County of Yorkshire as a recognised and designated area of importance within their well-respected and prestigious publications..." Keith Madeley, Chairman, Yorkshire Society, www.yorkshiresociety.org.uk .


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