Edited by Pat Howe and Jane Harris. This collection of probate documents dating from 1600 to 1615 relates to inhabitants of St Albans. It includes 101 wills, 151 inventories and 20 probate accounts. These documents provide rich insights into the lives of the people, their occupations and trades, and the economy of the town.
The Heritage Gateway provides access to over 14,000 archaeological records, drawn from many local authorities, including Hertfordshire County Council and St Albans City & District Council.
The county’s archive service. The archive holds a huge range of historical documents, photographs, maps and records.
The Muniment Room in St Albans Cathedral houses an extensive collection of source material concerning the Abbey both as a parish church and as the seat of the bishop.
Find My Past has digitised and indexed many of Hertfordshire's parish registers, dating back to 1538.
The St Albans Borough Archive is an important and extensive collection of over 9,500 items relating to the city's history dating from the medieval period to the late 20th century. You can search the St Albans Borough Archive online.
The Society has copies of records from a survey of workers’ housing in the St Albans carried out in 1924.
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