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Abstracts of over 22,400 London Poor Law records, covering over 300 years and 66 City of London parishes, are now online at Origins.net.
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Militia, court, burial and other records for Warwickshire have been made available online.

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Images of workhouse records, parish registers, bishop’s transcripts and electoral registers from Cheshire have just gone online at the subscription/pay-per-view website Find My Past.

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Ancestry.co.uk has added digitised images of the parish registers of the English county of Warwickshire, and updated the records of Dorset and West Yorkshire.

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The latest update of the “What’s New” page of the free website of the Ewyas Lacy (in south-west Herefordshire on the Welsh border) Study Group reports some interesting developments.

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In a two-year project, around eight million Manchester records are to be digitised and made available online for the first time.

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Information from Cheshire workhouse records has now been made available online. (more…)

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In its latest newsletter, British Origins has sent the following information about more Poor Law records for the City of London:

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London Poor Law records, including births/baptisms and deaths/burials, from London Metropolitan Archives (LMA) have been made available online.

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British Origins’ first new collection of 2009 is Poor Law records for the City of London. British Origins says, “Poor Law records are among the most valuable of all sources for genealogists, yet underused. They can contain a mass of biographical detail unavailable anywhere else.”

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