KELLYs DIRECTORY, 1882
Who lived where, and what did they do?
An absolute goldmine for the Family and Local Historian, this genealogical CD has page after page of information. A
general account is given of the County. Lists of Hundreds and Poor Law Unions are included, and also the Polling
Places pursuant to "The ballot Act, 1872". A sketch of the geological features of the County is given, then follow
the places of the County, arranged alphabetically, with their inhabitants, both private Residents and Commercial;
it is stated under each parish in what Hundred, Union and County Court District and Division of the County, as also
in what Diocese, Archdeaconry, and Rural Deanery it is situate; and the College and University of every beneficed
Clergyman have been given, as far as they can be ascertained; the names of the Parish Clerks are given under each
Parish; lists of Farm Bailiffs of Gentlemen farming their own land are inserted; the population of each place, from
the Census of 1881, has been inserted as far as could be ascertained.