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Sources For England

The Sources And Literature of English History from The Earliest Times to About 1485 (Longmans, Green & Co., London, 1900)
Genealogical Research in England, Scotland & Ireland
List of Parish Registers and Other Genealogical Works (1898) - Google Books

Peerage

Counties

Bedfordshire

Berkshire

Bristol

Buckinghamshire

Cambridgeshire

Cheshire

Cornwall

Cumberland/Westmorland

Derbyshire

Devon

Dorset

Durham, Palatine of

Essex

Gloucestershire

Hampshire

Herefordshire

Hertfordshire

Huntingdonshire

Kent

Lancashire

Leicestershire

Lincolnshire

London

Middlesex

Norfolk

North Yorkshire

Northamptonshire

Northumberland

Nottinghamshire

Oxfordshire

Palatine of Chester

Palatine of Durham

Rutland

Shropshire

Somerset

South Yorkshire

Staffordshire

Suffolk

Surrey

Sussex

Warwickshire

West Sussex

Westmoreland

Wiltshire

Worcestershire

Yorkshire


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John, Thanks. I merged and duplicated the information. Now, people can search for either name and find the same information. Please let me know if you see other problems here. I am not familiar with these names. Also, are there missing counties? Thanks again.
posted by Rick Pierpont
I'm not sure how much you want people to change things on here, but Durham and Palatine are the same place. I can't remember why Durham was called the County Palatine of Durham, but they are definitely the same.
posted by John Atkinson