Re: [englishresearch] NEW WEB SITE -re English Docklands
Thanks for this info. I wonder if you can help with a suggestion of where
to look for a family husband a Lighterman who had children c. 1830?? in and
around St.George in the East. I don't know quite where to go first.
I would appreciate any pointers.
From: jreakes <jreakes@...>
To: english <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Monday, 25 February 2002 1:58
Subject: [englishresearch] NEW WEB SITE -re English Docklands
If you are searching for ancestors from the Docklands area of
you may be interested in my website:
It has the baptisms registers of St Peter's,London Docks from 1878 to
and contains nearly 8000 entries,490 of which are Watermen and
of the river Thames,fully searchable online.
Searching is free.It costs £2.95 to view results, part of which goes
This is cheaper than going to the Archives yourself, and also saves a
You can also buy the complete indexed database on microfiche if you
names you are searching for.
We also have ( free ) aerial maps of the area ,ancient and modern so
can view the streets where your ancestors lived.
<A HREF="http://www.parishregister.com/">ParishRegister.com</A> The
Baptisms Registers of St Peter's London Docks
Researching LEGON 1700- and GLEGHORNE before that
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