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Population, Welfare and Economic Change in Britain, 1290-1834 (People, Markets, Goods
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Introduction - Chris Briggs and P. M. Kitson and S. J. Thompson European Marriage Patterns and their Implications: John Hajnal's Essay and Historical Demography During the Last Half-Century - E.A. Wrigley The Population Geography of Great Britain c.1290: a Provisional Reconstruction - Bruce M.S. Campbell and Lorraine Barry Mobility and Mortality: How Place of Origin Affected the Life Chances of Late Medieval Scholars at Winchester College and New College Oxford - Rebecca Oakes Family and Welfare in Early Modern Europe: a North-South Comparison - Julie Marfany Support for the Elderly during the 'Crisis' of the English Old Poor Law - Samantha Williams Indoors or Outdoors? Welfare Priorities and Pauper Choices in the Metropolis under the Old Poor Law, 1718-1824 - Jeremy Boulton Population Growth and Corporations of the Poor, 1660-1841 - S. J. Thompson Charity and Commemoration: a Berkshire Family and their Almshouse 1675-1763 - Nigel Goose and Margaret Yates The Institutional Context of Serfdom in England and Russia - Tracy Dennison Choices and Constraints in the Pre-Industrial Countryside - Sheilagh Ogilvie Some Commercial Implications of English Individualism - Richard Hoyle Select Bibliography

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Useful to family historians who wish to understand more of the lives of their ancestors who lived prior to the Victorian era. * ESSEX SOCIETY FOR FAMILY HISTORY *

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