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The Owen manuscripts are the work of John Owen (b. 1815), who spent most of his life gathering historical and genealogical material from Southeast Lancashire and East Cheshire, with a large portion surrounding Manchester and Stockport. For more information, see the article on the Owen Manuscripts.
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Raymond, Stuart A. Cheshire: a genealogical bibliography, vol. 1. Cheshire genealogical sources. Birmingham, England: Family History SOcieties (Pubblications) Ltd., c1995.
Raymond, Stuart A. Cheshire: a genealogical bibliography, vol. 2. Cheshire family histories and pedigrees. Birmingham, England: Family History Societies (Publications) Ltd., c1995.
Flowers, Dorothy. My Ousey Families. Author describes research on Ousey one name study, includes two family trees, one for Thomas Ousey 1767 and another for Sarah Ousey 1806. Included is a photograph of Thomas Ousey. Article covers Wales as well as England, 1767-1983, Hel Achau, #29, xmas. 1989 pages 15-21, 942.93 D25h
Pearman, Anne. The Third Fleet Convicts: a Review and Digest. A discussion of the third fleet of convicts to Australia, giving a list of the ships and list of convicts from Cheshire, Denbighshire, and Flintshire. The list of convicts gives name, sentence date, ship and sentence, covering dates 1787-1790. Hel Achau, #31, summer 1990, pages 11-13. Family History Library Ref. 942.93 D25b