rheolwr22, Friday 23 March 2012 - 12:29:00
The original bibliography had a very complicated arrangement. There were a number of indexs which referred to a number. That number is retained in this database as the Bib_Ref.
The primary section of the bibliography contained over 5,000 numbered entries organised in 3 parts:
Section A: Anglesey - A general list in subject order, nos 1 - 2712
Section B: Parishes - listed in alphabetical order of parish and then by subject, nos 2800 - 4418
Section C: Biographical sources - listed in alphabetical order of Biographee, nos 4419 - 5071
(The number of entires in the database is over 8,500 as some numbered entries had multiple parts to them)
To search all three parts enter a word or a pair of words in the box below and then click on the 'Search' button (or press 'Enter').
You can view a list of entries by the first letter of the Subject in the Bibliography by clicking on the letter of your choice in the A-Z list.Note concerning Diacritics.
In order to correctly display diacritics on characters returned from the database they have had to be coded in the database using their Unicode character codes. This means that if you want to search for a word which contains a diacritic then you must include the Unicode in your search string.
Diacritic characters that may occur in the index and their unicodes are shown below. (don't forget the semi colon at the end!)e.g.
this content item is from Anglesey Antiquarian Society
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