Friday, 15 January 2016

New English records at Findmypast

England, Pollbooks and Directories, 1830-1837, contains over 62,000 records, both transcripts and images.
Included are: Bath Reform Pollbook For 1837, Bedfordshire 1832 Pollbook, Bristol Pollbook 1830, Buckinghamshire Pollbook 1831, Cambridge University Pollbook 1831, Cambridgeshire Pollbook 1830, Cambridgeshire Pollbook 1832, Colchester Pollbook 1830, Derbyshire North 1832 Pollbook, Derbyshire South 1832 Pollbook, Dorset Pollbook 1831, Durham City 1832 Pollbook, Durham North Pollbook 1832, Hereford City Pollbook 1835, Hertford City Pollbook 1835, Leicester Pollbook 1832, Poll Of The Burgesses For Canterbury 1835, Quaker Annual Monitor 1833, Rochester Pollbook 1830, Shrewsbury 1835 Pollbook, Truro Pollbook 1832, Wallingford, Berkshire Pollbook 1832
The Quaker Annual Monitor lists all the British Quakers who died within the last twelve months. For many people listed, obituaries with short, and sometime long biographies including causes of death.

As the population of England at this time was about 14 million is less than one-half of one per cent.

Surrey, Southwark, Newington Apprentice Register 1891 lists the details of 427 Victorian apprentices who trained in the Newington district of Southwark (then part of Surrey).
Each record consists of a transcripts created by Peter Shilham from the original apprentice records held at the Southwark Local History Library. Each transcript will reveal an individual apprentice's name, age, the name of their master, where their master was based and the names of their parents.

Hertfordshire, Parish Registers Browse, 1538-1988 adds a browse function to thecollection of over 1.9 million Hertfordshire Parish Registers. It is now possible to browse through over 1,600 register books from cover to cover. The books contain records of baptisms, banns, marriages and burials conducted across 400 years of the county's history.

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