Visitation of England and Wales: Volume 18, 1914 - 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 18 lists pedigrees (from various counties): Adams, Adamson, Anwyl-Passingham, Arkwright, Ashcombe (Baron), Bagot (Baron), Bickley, Boughey, Bridge, Carbonell, Combermere (Viscount), Cotton-Jodrell, Crisp, Cubitt, Dimsdale (Baron), Ekins, Fane, Fellowes, Fripp, Fuller, Gater, Gepp, Goddard, Hinchliff, Homer, Hooke, Howe (Earl), Maskew, Moore, Parish, Passingham, Pennyman, St. Germans (Earl of), Scott, Spooner, Tuson, Westmorland (Earl of), Wollaston, Zouche (Baron). The "additions and corrections" section (a feature of all the volumes in this series) is especially large in this volume. Its 72 Roman-numeral pages at the end of the book are supplemental to the 238 pages of regular text, expanding this tome to more than 300 pages. Includes several illustrations of armorial bearings and book-plates. (1914), reprint, 8½x11, paper, index, illus., 238 pp.