||The Victoria history of the county of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely
||Salzman, Louis Francis
Pugh, Ralph Bernard
||Published for the University of London
||Institute of Historical Research by the Oxford University Press, 1938-
|Number of Volumes
|Salzman, Louis Francis, and Ralph Bernard Pugh. The Victoria history of the county of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely. (London: Published for the University of London, Institute of Historical Research by the Oxford University Press, 1938-).|
Volume 2. A part-volume, covering the history of the religious houses in the county, including the early history of Ely cathedral.
Volume 3. A thematic and topographical account of the City, and a history of the University and its colleges and halls.
Volume 4. Covers the cathedral city and liberty of Ely and the rural areas to the west and north-west, including the port of Wisbech.
Volume 5. A part-volume, giving topographical accounts of the twenty-four parishes of the hundreds of Longstowe and Wetherley, west of Cambridge.
Volume 6. Details the parishes of the three hundreds of Chilford, Radfield and Whittlesford in the south of the county, on the border with Essex.
Volume 8. Details the twenty-three parishes of Armingford and Thriplow hundreds, south and west of Cambridge.
Volume 9. Covers the suburban and rural areas to the north and north-west of Cambridge.
Volume 10. The histories of the twenty-three parishes which make up the four hundreds of Staploe, Staine, Flendish and Cheveley.
Volumes 1 and 7 are not available online.
May be ordered through the nearest Family History Center or are available online.
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