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Publications relating to Hiddens
- "A Hidden Memorial, Descendants of Andrew Hidden of Rowley, Massachusetts - A tribute to the memory of our grandfather, Lowell Mason Hidden - A pioneer to the Northwest, whose industry and perseverance contributed largely to the growth of our city, and whose life is worthy of example in the business world". by Robert Arthur Hidden and Margaret Ada Hidden. Published Vancouver, Washington 1953
- "Families of Hiddens and Iddens in Lancashire" by N.J.Hidden. The Manchester Genealogist Vol 10 Nos 2 & 3 (1974). Published by Manchester & Lancashire Family History Society, Manchester, England
- "The Manor of Hidden in Berks and Wilts - An account researched from original sources". Edited by Norman F. Hidden M.A. Published
Frinton on Sea, Essex, England. 1987
- "The Hiddens of Hungerford: Vol 1 - The family of Hidden alias Clydesdale of
Hungerford, Berkshire - The main line from the earliest times up to c. 1600
A.D." Compiled and edited by N.F. and N.J.Hidden Second Edition 2011
edited by N.J.Hidden
- "The Beauty and the Problem of an Alias" by Norman Hidden. Genealogists Magazine Vol 24 No. 4 p149-15 3 (December 1992)
- "Alias: a case of concealment?" by Norman Hidden. Family Tree Magazine Vol 11 No. 12 p23-24 (October 1995).
- "The Hiddens of Hungerford: Vol 2 - The Hidden Family in Berks and Wilts in the 17th Century" Researched by Nicholas and Norman Hidden, Edited by Norman Hidden. Published by Clydesdale Press, Frinton on Sea, Essex, England. 1996
- "Hidden in Lincolnshire" by Norman Hidden. Journal of the Lincolnshire Family History Society Vol 8 No 2 (June 1997)
- "The Hiddens of Hungerford: Vol 3 - An Account by Norman Hidden". Edited by Joyce Hidden,
Frinton on Sea, Essex (October 2007) A4 336pp approx
The unusual surname of Hidden can be traced back for more than five hundred years. Its origins are
described in "The Hiddens of Hungerford Vol. 1", which traces the history of the
Hidden family from about 1450 A.D. to about 1600 A.D. The second edition
published in November 2011 contains 99 pages in A4 size and includes a full
index of names and places.
Volume 2 of the "Hiddens of Hungerford" continues the record of each individual Hidden, Heddin or Heading descended from this
line up to about 1690 A.D. It contains 204 pages, 9 family tree charts, 1 map and 14 pages of names indexed, including some 400 non-Hidden families mentioned in the text.
Volume 3 takes the story of the Hiddens from the 17th century, where it ended in Volume 2, right up to the 20th century. A narrative account is given of the several branches of the Hidden family with full references to the sources of information. Many photographs of family members are included.
Sadly, Norman Hidden, who has contributed so much to the history of the Hidden family, died in April 2006.
At the time of his death Norman had almost completed Vol. 3 of the "Hiddens of
Hungerford" and this has now been published by his widow Joyce together with notes of some unfinished research.
Copies of Volumes 1 and 2 are available from Nick Hidden (email@example.com).
Volume 3 is currently out of print.
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