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Essex / Re: Anyone reccomend a link to an Map of Essex Parishes
« on: Monday 16 October 06 16:56 BST (UK)  »
just put in a search on 'old maps essex' and you should get some good hits, I have done it with Hants. By the way Epping is no where near the other places you mention. I am an Essex Boy and used to cycle to Epping Forest  as a kid, Epping Forest Old Oak PH is the birthplace of speedway in UK and the orginal track can still be made out. It also has a metal tank out side the entrance with a notice say please do not tease the otters, when you pull on the chain two otters appear (an otter is an essex word for a jug), useless info by interesting

Dorset / Re: Tolpuddle Martyrs
« on: Monday 16 October 06 11:18 BST (UK)  »
I am not a descendant but but my best friend is a direct descendant of James Brine

London and Middlesex / Re: policemen
« on: Sunday 15 October 06 15:56 BST (UK)  »
As you have a date of time of service you can look up John's police record on the Met Police site, this unfortunately has been gobbled up by, a few about a year ago it was a free site. If any of you family were 'bargemen', this usually meant they were either Watermen or Lightermen, in which case look up the Watermans Guild, you will find your relatives as the Guild has a complete record of all guildmen and apprentices since inaugeration.  I have found several of my family on this site

London & Middlesex Completed Lookup Requests / Re: Stepney and Poplar Churches
« on: Sunday 15 October 06 15:43 BST (UK)  »
'Cuse me, there is a catholic All Saints Church in Newby Street Tower Hamlets, my cousin was married there, but it is a modern church and I am not sure if it replaced an earlier building. Also if a catholic was marrying a person of another faith, usually, but not always, the marriage took place in the catholic church and a blessing in the other church

Nottinghamshire Lookup Requests / Re: Nottingham Census 1841- Knight
« on: Friday 01 July 05 18:53 BST (UK)  »
Thanks for taking the trouble to look for me

Regards Paul

Nottinghamshire Lookup Requests / Nottingham Census 1841- Knight
« on: Thursday 30 June 05 21:33 BST (UK)  »
Nottingham Census 1841, Smalleys Yard, Beck Street Can anyone please look up this census record to see if William Knight and his wife Racheal are listed, their son Jabez is listed at this address as John in the 1851 Census. Many Thanks Paul

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