Warwickshire Civil War loss accounts

The English Civil War 'Loss Accounts' for Warwickshire

The 'Loss Accounts' itemize the financial and material losses sustained by local inhabitants through Parliamentary activity before and during the First English Civil War between 1642 and 1646. They give fascinating details about individuals and their experiences. The Warwickshire accounts have been transcribed by a team of volunteers directed by Dr Maureen Harris in a project supported by a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant. They are presented here through the courtesy of the Warwickshire County Record Office. For further information see our page ‘An Introduction to the accounts’.

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Opening section of the Bishops Tachbrook 'Loss Account', The National Archives, SP 28/182/3, used with permission.

 

Access the Civil war ‘Loss Accounts’ database through:

The index to personal names (PDF, 93 KB)

The accounts for individual parishes (PDF, 368 KB)

Dedication

In memory of

STEVEN WALLSGROVE

'Loss Accounts' project volunteer
and former Chair of the Friends of the Warwickshire County Record Office

1950 - 2021

 

Civil war loss accounts | Documents and downloads

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