Saturday, 27 October 2018

Staffordshire, London/Middlesex and Waterford records added to Findmypast

There are over 461,000 new records and newspapers available to search this Findmypast Friday, including:

Staffordshire, Dioceses of Lichfield & Coventry Marriage Allegations and Bonds, 1636-1893
Over 13,000 additional records have been added to the FMP collection of Dioceses Of Lichfield & Coventry Marriage Allegations and Bonds, 1636-1893. The new additions cover the years 1632 to 1941 and include images of the original documents showing age, marriage date, marriage location, occupation status, parish, and spouse's personal details.

The collection covers the diocese of Lichfield and Coventry, which includes Staffordshire, Derbyshire, north Shropshire, and north and east Warwickshire, from 1636 to 1836 and from 1836 to 1876, covers the diocese of Lichfield, which includes Staffordshire and north Shropshire.

London & Middlesex Registers & Records
More than 3,000 pages of aldermen, freeman, and criminal records along with parish registers from Chapel of Holy Trinity and St Nicholas Acons. The collection includes the following titles:

Aldermen of The City of London, Vols I & II, published 1913
Criminal Chronology, or The Newgate Calendar Vols II & IV, published 1809-10
Decisions of The Court of King's Bench Upon Settlement Cases
Parish Registers of Chapel of Holy Trinity, Knightsbridge – Marriages
Parish Registers of St Nicholas Acons, City of London, published 1890
Register of Freemen of the City of London, published 1908

Many if not all of these are available elsewhere on the web without need to a subscription.


Waterford Poor Law Union Board Of Guardians Minute Books
Discover your Irish ancestry through searching the Waterford board of guardian minute books. Exclusively available on Findmypast, the collection contains more than 229,000 and covers the Waterford Union. New records from other unions across will be added in the future. With each result, you will be able to view a transcript of the vital details such as names, ages, birth years, location and event dates as well as an image of the original minute book. Images will provide you with a variety of additional details such as the reasons for inclusion in the board of guardians' minutes.

The board of guardians were responsible for the administration and operation of the workhouse and poor relief. The minutes of each weekly meeting recorded how many men and women were housed in the workhouse, how many were discharged or died, and the number of births. They would have also recorded the expenditures of the workhouse along with the names of the workhouse suppliers. Outdoor relief was also noted in the weekly minutes.

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