County Wide Publications
A GAZETTEER OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE IN 1868- £4 (excl. p & p)
"Embracing Recent Changes in Diocese, Parishes, And Boroughs: General Statistics: Postal Arrangements: Railway Systems &c. And forming a complete description of the County." With maps of the Hundreds of Ashendon, Aylesbury, Buckingham, Burnham. Cottesloe, Desborough, Newport & Stoke (Based on "The Imperial Gazetteer of England & Wales" by John Marius Wilson).

BUCKS CONVICTS- £5 (excl. p & p)
Complete list of persons transported to Australia 1789 - 1860, Court, Sentence, Date, Ship, Destination, Sailing Date. Ship List. Transcribed J. Coughtrey, edited and introduced by Eve McLaughlin.

BUCKS GAZETTEER - £2 (excl. p & p)
Registrars lists, Parishes in Hundreds, Poor Law Unions, Census Districts, Registration Districts, Addresses of all modern Registrars and details of what they hold, by Eve McLaughlin.

BUCKS INSURANCE DIRECTORY 1715 - 1730- £4 (excl. p & p)
Householders insured, by parish, plus all policy reference numbers. Indexed. Compiled Eve McLaughlin.

BUCKS INSURANCE DIRECTORY 1775 - 1784- £4 (excl. p & p)
All householders insured with Sun Fire Office or Royal Exchange, by parish (policies at Guildhall).

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE PARISH REGISTER TRANSCRIPTS & I.G.I. LIST- £3 (excl. p & p)
All film, fiche, printed and known manuscript copies or databases of the registers of Bucks parishes. See at a glance if the registers start early enough for your purpose, and if the parish is covered by the I.G.I. Including a large parish map. (A4 size 20pp) Compiled by Antony McLaughlin

BUCKS POSSE COMITATUS, SOFTWARE - £20 (excl. p & p)
Census of males between the ages of 16-60 made 1798 for Buckinghamshire. This windows package allows searching of a 20000+ database by name, occupation and parish, and gives a graphical display of the distribution through the county.

MACH - BUCKINGHAMSHIRE 1891 CENSUS INDEX ON CD-ROM (whole County) - £15 (excl. p & p)
A British census search engine linked to national and county maps (at the civil parish level). MACH (Mapping and Analysis of Census Households) lets you search the census data by any field, using wildcards in any way. The CD-ROM contains all the 1891 census data for this county. click here for more details

MACH - BUCKINGHAMSHIRE 1881 CENSUS INDEX ON CD-ROM (whole County) - £15 (excl. p & p)
A British census search engine linked to national and county maps (at the civil level). MACH (Mapping and Analysis of Census Households) lets you search the census data by any field, using wildcards in any way. The CD-ROM contains all the 1881 census data for this county.

THE HISTORY & ANTIQUITIES OF THE COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAM, by George Lipscomb - A CD-ROM facsimile - £29.95 (excl. p & p)
The original book, published in 1847, runs to over 2600 pages, spread over 4 large volumes and is recognised as one of the main histories of the County, covering all parishes.

The book starts with a general introduction to the county, and then proceeds to describe each parish, grouped in their appropriate Hundred. The description given for a parish, usually includes a topographical description, manorial history, pedigrees of the important families, lists of the clergy, a description of the church and the monuments therein, and also extracts from the registers.

The book is additionally illustrated with numerous drawings and elaborate vignettes. The illustrations show churches and important buildings, as well as monumental brasses etc.

System Requirements:
Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, NT, XP or better. Or Apple Mac. CD-ROM Drive
Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4.0 or later). An installer for this software (for Windows) is included on the CD-ROM. It is also available free from the Adobe web site www.adobe.com

Click to see some thumbnails of sample pages

THE HISTORY & ANTIQUITIES OF THE TOWN, HUNDRED AND DEANRY OF BUCKINGHAM, by Browne Willis - A CD-ROM facsimile - £14.99 (excl. p & p)
The book, published originally in 1755, contains histories of all the parishes in the Buckingham Hundred i.e. it includes details on Addington, Adstock, Akeley, Barton Hartshorn, Beachampton, Biddlesden,Buckingham, Caversfield, Chetwode, Edgcott, Foscote, Hillesden, Leckhampstead, Lillingstone Dayrell, Luffield, Maids Moreton, Marsh Gibbon, Padbury, Preston Bissett, Radclive, Shalstone, Steeple Claydon, Stowe, Thornborough, Thornton, Tingewick, Turweston, Twyford, Water Stratford, and Westbury.

The author of the book, Browne Willis, is perhaps the most distinguished antiquary that Buckinghamshire has produced, and during his lifetime he also published famous works on Parliament and on the Cathedrals of England. Although he amassed a huge collection of manuscripts on the history of the county of Buckinghamshire (now held at the Bodleian Library), he only ever produced this book on the county.

System Requirements:
Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, NT, XP or better. Or Apple Mac. CD-ROM Drive
Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4.0 or later). An installer for this software (for Windows) is included on the CD-ROM. It is also available free from the Adobe web site www.adobe.com

TRACING YOUR ANCESTORS IN BUCKS - £3.50 (excl. p & p)
Showing what you can research outside the county; how the Archive system is organised between Local Studies and the Record Office, and what they contain; how to book fiche readers and order documents. Also the current addresses of registrars and the areas they now cover; lists of hamlets with the parishes they are in; the starting dates of the parish registers deposited; lists of nonconformist records held at the CRO; what to do after you have researched the basic register material; a list of Bucks Indexes, Bucks Publications, details of stately homes, tourist offices (for accomodation lists) etc. Small parish map. By Eve McLaughlin

These publications are also available for purchase online via the Buckinghamshire Genealogical Society's section of the GENfair web site.

For further information regarding these publications email Mrs Eve McLaughlin at eve@varneys.org.uk