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Church and Marshalsea Rate 1766

Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1753. Complete transcription. By Poole History Centre volunteers AC and KP. The parish was responsible for supporting the poor people of the parish. Wealthy citizens were taxed to provide this poor relief. The Church and Marshalsea Rate is a list of these wealthy people and the amount they were taxed. It is arranged by street.
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Church and Marshalsea Rate 1768

Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1753. Complete transcription. By Poole History Centre volunteers AC and KP. The parish was responsible for supporting the poor people of the parish. Wealthy citizens were taxed to provide this poor relief. The Church and Marshalsea Rate is a list of these wealthy people and the amount they were taxed. It is arranged by street.
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Church and Marshalsea Rate 1769

Church and Marshalsea Rate assessed on the Parish of St. James in the Town and County of Poole for the year 1753. Complete transcription. By Poole History Centre volunteers AC and KP. The parish was responsible for supporting the poor people of the parish. Wealthy citizens were taxed to provide this poor relief. The Church and Marshalsea Rate is a list of these wealthy people and the amount they were taxed. It is arranged by street.
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Congregational Baptisms 1741-1837

A transcription of Skinner Street Congregational Church Baptisms 1741-1837. Created by a joint project of Skinner Street United Reformed Church and Poole Museum using equipment kindly provided by the Somerset and Dorset Family History Society.PRS.
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Memorial
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Cork, Memorial

Museum Ref No: PEP 0466
Memorial to 5614500 Serjeant A. J. Cork of the Devonshire Regiment No. 3 Commando, who died on 28th December 1941, Age 31. Poole Cemetery. Photograph P. E. Parker.
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Coroner's records

Museum Ref No: PEO 929.3

Coroners' Records in England and Wales by Jeremy Gibson and Colin Rogers, published by the Federation of Family History Societies, 2nd ed. 1997. Page 22.


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Memorial
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Cox, Memorial

Museum Ref No: PEP 0477
Memorial to 27612 Private A. S. J. Cox of the Duke of Cornwall's L. I., who died on 8th July 1916, age 29. Poole Cemetery. Photograph P. E. Parker.
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Deacons 1954-1955
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Deacons 1954-1955

Museum Ref No: H4g_0001
Skinner Street United Reformed Church; deacons; 1954-1955 Back Row (standing) from left:- Bessie Freeborn, EDd. Lisby, Philip Perry, Patricia Varallo, Derek Christopher (son), Harold Christopher (father), Miss Barrington, Mr South Front Row (sitting) from left:- Arthur Brown, Bill Trew, Rev F. O. Brown, Bill Knight, Archie Dacombe. Taken just prior to Rev. F. O. Brown leaving area
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Deacons 3/1949
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Deacons 3/1949

Museum Ref No: H4f_0001
Skinner Street United Reformed Church; deacons; names below picture; 3/1949 B.C. Christopher,H.F. Cutler, B.A. Dacombe, A.E. Brown, Miss.J. Goodfellow, Mrs. W. G. Curran, H. E. Best, Rev. F. O. Brown, M. A. , W. Knight, Miss. B. Freeborn
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Dorset Census Returns on Microfilm

Index of Dorset Census Returns held on microfilm at Poole Local History Centre
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