Huntington (Kington) Monumental Inscriptions
Kenderchurch Monumental Inscriptions
Knill Monumental Inscriptions
Leysters Monumental Inscriptions
Leintwardine Cemetery Monumental Inscriptions
Michaelchurch with Tretire Monumental Inscriptions
Michaelchurch Escley Monumental Inscriptions
Newton-in-Clodock Monumental Inscriptions
Stoke Lacy Monumental Inscriptions
Each CD contains, in PDF format, a transcription and index of the monumental inscriptions (gravestones) of the location mentioned. These are mainly Church of England parish churches, but other denominations may be indicated. Each CD contains the transcriptions found at the time of recording, a map of the locations of the memorials and an index, along with the date of recording. MIs, both inside and outside the church, have normally been recorded where possible. Photographs may be included where taken. The price of £4 per parish includes post & packaging. LIST OF MI
An index of all the monumental inscriptions recorded and published by Herefordshire FHS between 1980 and 2014. The following are included: Surname, forename, age at death and parish where buried. Available as a PDF format CD ROM.
An index of all the marriages transcribed from the parish registers deposited in HARC. Details include the bride and groom names, place and date of the marriage.
An index of all the marriages that took place in the county’s churches, non-conformist chapels and churches, as well as civil marriages. Details include the bride and groom names, place and date of the marriage, along with a register and entry number.
A burial index for Herefordshire (from deposited registers in HARC) covering the period 1813 – 1839 includes Surname, forename, age, abode, occupation and the burial parish.
An index of all the names listed on the census returns for Herefordshire and includes: Surname, forename, age, parish born, county, and parish found, piece number and folio number.
Details, by parish, of recorded monuments, tablets and military graves. For each parish the recorded names and dates of the fallen.
A PDF version of the Herefordshire FHS journal. Five volumes from April 1980 up to January 1995