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  • Hi Barbara There are 3 possible James Jones in the BT 120-3 and BT 112-35 registers for 1835-40 All born in London. 2501 age 30 mariner on the James Watt of London 3062 age 30 mariner on the Edinburgh of St. John's N.B. 2659 age 28 2nd Mate on the Dibden of Quebec There was no other personal information Regards David
    hlrw130354@... Nov 13, 2014
  • Hi Michelle As East Ham was in Essex till 1965 and is now in Newham the records covering East Ham could be in either archive. I could not find any record of the school in the Online Essex Archive Catalogue. Nothing showed up in either the A2A & LMA catalogues. As the school was superseded by St John's School Walthamstow (which had been an industrial school) the records may have...
    hlrw130354@... May 17, 2014
  • Welcome Michelle In the British Book Trade Index, there is a Charles F Binns a Bookbinder in London in 1825, unfortunately it does nt give any further information other than the source. There are however 40 Binns listed in the directory. http://www.bbti.bham.ac.uk/ Best regards David --- In EastLondonFamilyHistory@^$1, "nzflintfamily" wrote: > > My name is Michelle Cook and I am...
    David RH Jul 11, 2009
  • Hi All Yes the 1911 Census is live. It has London, Middlesex & Essex. There are some initial limitations to prevent the site being overloaded. Some of the advance search features are disabled and a search is limited to 500 entries. Be WARNED it costs 10 credits to view a transcript BUT 30 credits to view the original entry. Any transcripts or pages you view are held in a "My...
    David RH Jan 13, 2009
  • For anyone considering visiting the Guildhall Library during 2009:- I have seen a newsletter that details the reimbursement of the Guildhall Libraries during 2009 starting in March. The Prints & Maps collections will be permanently moved to The London Metropolitan Archives. The Manuscripts reading room will temporarily be moving to the LMA also with full access to the Microfilms...
    David RH Dec 31, 2008
  • The Tower Hamlets registers are being index but there are very few Death Index's indexed so far, plenty of birth. http://www.thbmd.co.uk/index.php There is a Cressy Houses still in Hannibal road south of the Mile end road http://www.movie-locations.com/movies/v/veradrake.html Also mentioned in the Booth Poverty Map as in the Parish of ChristChurch Stepney as states that it was...
    David RH Oct 21, 2008
  • Added a link under Directories to a site about Pubs in the South East & London. Information gleaned from Census , directory & local Petty Sessions records. Has some Photos. Also includes other useful links including to old maps. Happy Hunting David
    David RH Sep 10, 2008
  • I am not sure if all the cemeteries closed at the same time or that the 1850 act allowed the compulsory purchase of commercial burial sites. I was lucky that I had a memorial card for my 2xGt Grandfather with the grave number on. So with their help I was able to locate it. Unfortunately the stone was so worn that I could only just make out it was the right one. I found another site...
    David RH Sep 10, 2008
  • --- In EastLondonFamilyHistory@^$1, "Barry & Colleen" wrote: > > Hi all; I notice there are lots of East Londoners buried at the City of London - Ilford Burial Grounds. I've added the link in the Links section of our site - in the Cemeteries list. > URL is http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/burialregisters/Default.aspx for those who haven't yet seen it. > Registers start from June 1856...
    David RH Sep 9, 2008