Visitation of England and Wales: Volume 17, 1911 - Joseph Jackson Howard and Frederick Arthur Crisp. Records genealogical information in the form of pedigrees starting in the mid-18th century. Pedigrees start with the grandparents of the principal person, and contain notices of all descendants of their name, often covering five generations. A significant amount of genealogical and biographical information is given for each person. Lavishly illustrated with portraits, silhouettes, signatures, and coats of arms. Volume 17 lists pedigrees (from various counties): Bazely, Bicknell, Bodington, Boyce, Branfill, Broadbent, Burn, Cubitt, De Morgan, Derby (Earl of), Dilke (Baronet), Erne (Earl of) Fellowes, Fonnereau, Franklin, French, Gough (Viscount), Gurdon, Hayter, Hayter-Hames, Hensley, Knight, Knill (Baronet), Ladds, Lambert, Moor, Morris, Mytton, Norris, Peckham, Rawson, Reynolds, Rhodes, Rushout (Baronet), Russell, Shairp, Spooner, Stocker, Stradling, Thorp, Vassall, Wolryche-Whitmore. Includes several portraits, illustrations of armorial bearings and book-plates. (1911), reprint, 8½x11, paper, index, illus., 218 pp.