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London and Middlesex / Re: St Bride Fleet Street Workhouse Records
« on: Thursday 11 July 13 15:00 BST (UK)  »
Thank you Bookbox, that is very helpful - I will stop looking for the records if they don't exist  :)

London and Middlesex / Re: St Bride Fleet Street Workhouse Records
« on: Wednesday 10 July 13 13:35 BST (UK)  »
Thank you Maria - I have tried the Workhouse website and everywhere else I can think of - I'm wondering if the records have survived...

London and Middlesex / St Bride Fleet Street Workhouse Records
« on: Wednesday 10 July 13 13:27 BST (UK)  »
Does anyone know where I can access the records for St Bride Fleet Street Workhouse?

I have found that the London Family History Centre hold some records, including list of inhabitants, but I am looking for admission, discharge. bastardry records etc. 

The dates I am looking for are for around 1800-1833.

Many thanks for any advice.

Monique  :)

Berkshire / Re: Colthrop Mills
« on: Wednesday 10 April 13 13:36 BST (UK)  »
Thanks for that - I will start by seeing if the Library has a copy  :)

Berkshire / Re: Colthrop Mills
« on: Tuesday 04 September 12 12:41 BST (UK)  »
For anyone else interested in Colthrop Mills, I had the following reply from BRO today:-

I have checked our indexes and we do hold some records relating to Colthrop Mills under reference D/EMT/B5/1-14. However, I am afraid that they are only papers and correspondence from the nineteenth century and do not relate to employees. I am afraid as we do not hold them, and as you are unable to get a response from the current owners of Colthrop Mills, it is unlikely that they survive.

Berkshire / Re: Colthrop Mills
« on: Saturday 18 August 12 10:52 BST (UK)  »

I thought it was a long shot - there were certainly a lot of Amors in Wiltshire - it can be hard to pin them down!!

Kind regards


Berkshire / Re: Colthrop Mills
« on: Friday 17 August 12 16:02 BST (UK)  »
Thanks Harry,  I will look up that Company this afternoon.

I see you are also researching Amors in Berkshire and Wiltshire - it wouldn't be the ones from Thatcham/Hungerford and Milton Lilbourne would it?

Thanks again


Berkshire / Colthrop Mills
« on: Friday 17 August 12 08:00 BST (UK)  »
Does anyone know if old employee records have been kept from Colthrop Mills in Thatcham and if so how they are accessed?

I have a number of ancestors who worked there with some interesting stories I would like to check out.

Many thanks  :)

Berkshire / Re: Silvanus Pike ca 1790 - 1878
« on: Friday 29 June 12 14:35 BST (UK)  »

Sylvanus' son Noah Pike (baptised 26 July 1829 Hungerford) is on my husband's tree.  He married Susanna Williams which is the line I have been tracing.  I have also found it difficult to trace back as they travelled so much that they could have been baptised pretty much anywhere!

I have also come across Bucklands, Hicks and Blacks - all travellers/Romanies etc.  If you think I have something which might help you then let me know and I'll dig out my paperwork.

Monique :-)

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