Vol 58 (1906)

This volume contains a transcription of the two earliest surviving volumes of the church registers of St Mary's Birkenhead from 1721 to 1812 plus a history of Liverpool directories from 1766 to 1907, including a transcription of a directory for 1766

Alternative volume number: New Series Volume XXII

Front matter:
List of illustrations
Council and officers for 1906
Officers of the Society since commencement
List of honorary local secretaries
Editorial notes
List of members
List of Societies in correspondence

An account of £2000 levied upon the county of Lancaster for the use of the parliamentary army in 1643-1644
Lieut.-Colonel Henry Fishwick

The excavations on the Romano-British site at Wilderspool during 1905
Thomas May

Some further notes on Standish church and its chantries
Mrs. Arthur Cecil Tempest

The heraldry of Ormskirk church
James Bromley

An old Liverpool captain and his ship
A. H. Arkle

Some armorial house-tablets in Lancashire
J. Paul Rylands and W. F. Price

Exemplification and confirmation of the Booth arms and quarterings by Robert Cooke, esquire, Clarenceux King of Arms, to William Booth, esquire, of London, 1st April 1580
W. Harry Rylands

Nathaniel Hawthorne’s house in Rock Park
George T. Shaw

History of the Liverpool directories, 1766-1907
George T. Shaw

The registers of St. Mary’s, Birkenhead, 1721-1812
F. C. Beazley (transcriber)

Council and officers’ reports for the year 1906


Index of archaeological papers published in 1905



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