3 edition of Morden, Surrey: index to poor law records, 1750-1834 (SRO reference 2065/4) found in the catalog.
Morden, Surrey: index to poor law records, 1750-1834 (SRO reference 2065/4)
East Surrey Family History Society.
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was recorded as ill. The poor law union granted the family three gallons of bread and 2lbs of mutton. In early December they received further relief. By the end of December , Workhouse records reveal that Daniel was in prison. His wife and children were granted 2 shillings and 3 gallons of bread per week. Webpage Leicestershire Resources - a One Place Study by Martyn Parsons, Poor Law Records. Census for England & Wales, HO/ Book 5 Folio Microfilm of the Bishop's transcripts of Sheepy Magna, Leicestershire, (Family History Library, ).
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Croydon Poor Law Union was established in , under the terms of the Poor Law Amendment Act, It incorporated the parishes of Croydon, Addington, Beddington, Coulsdon, Merton, Mitcham, Morden, Sanderstead, and Woodmansterne; the hamlet of Penge; and, from , the new parish of Wallington (created from part of Beddington). Southwark St Olave, Bridge Ward, London (The National Archives, Ref: E//); copy: FHL Film Probate records [edit | edit source] Records of wills, administrations, inventories, indexes, etc. were filed by the court with jurisdiction over this parish. Go to Surrey Probate Records to find the name of the court having primary.
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An index to Wimbledon‘s Poor Law records forplus Apprenticeship Indentures forhave been published on microfiche by East Surrey Family History Society; They 1750-1834 book also published a similar index to Morden‘s Poor Law records for Merton Historical Society has microfiche copies of the original documents relating.
Files available to download. Hambledon Poor Law Union minute books ( KB) Indexes to the Hambledon Poor Law Union minute books give names of individuals seeking poor relief in the workhouse ↑ 'Parish Records - National Burial Index Records - Coverage,' Find My Past, accessed 11 April 1750-1834 book a breakdown of missing years, see 'National Burial Index - Coverage: Surrey,' Federation of Family History Societies, accessed 11 April Poor law records can be roughly divided between pre and post Poor Law Amendment Act.
Prior to the care of the poor and sick was the responsibility of the parish. Afteradministrative responsibility fell on the newly created Poor Law Unions. Surrey: Poor Law: Mitcham Surrey: settlement certifcates/ vars indexes ; bastardy examinations ; apprenticeship indentures;militia records England: Surrey: Poor Law: Morden, Surrey: index to Poor Law records England: Surrey: Poor Law: Tooting Graveney, Surrey: index to Settlement examinations.
Surrey Poor Law - Index & Calendar Compiled and prepared for publication by John Holland. This CD contains an Index of o entries (including Place Names) and a Calendar of all known Poor Law Records for Non-Metropolitan Surrey. Surrey Poor Law Index & Calendar [non metropolitan] CD. Battersea Lambeth Vestry Book Transcript fiche Sry Morden Index Poor Law fiche Sry Mortlake Index Apprentices, Poor Law, Militia fiche Sry Mortlake.
Includes poor law settlement papers, bastardy bonds and much more. Parish Registers of Morden, Surrey: Extra Info: Online book. Includes a list of clergy and patrons of the church.
Classification: Religious Lists / Records: Religious Lists / Records, Poor Rate, Other Records: Title. Guide to Tatsfield, Surrey ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Parish registers, transcripts, census records, birth records, marriage records, and death records. The West Surrey Family History Society has undertaken an intensive programme of indexing the census returns from onwards.
The society holds indexes to all West Surrey parishes for and has published an overall index on CD Rom (CD6). This index.
ISBNs: 1 38 0 (book) 1 39 7 (ebook) an Unlock the Past guide book Paul Blake Discover The Poor Law in England and Wales The Poor Law had an extreme impact on English and Welsh society from the sixteenth century, right through to the twentieth.
It played a central role in the country’s social and. A Provisional List of City of London Poor Law Records. West Surrey Family History Society, c FHL Book H25w no.
28 Pre Records of the Poor [edit | edit source] (£) has a large collection of online London poor law records: London, England, Poor Law and Board of Guardian Records, (digital images). Epsom District Hospital, formerly Epsom Poor Law Institution and The Oaks: plans, ; Leatherhead Hospital: plans, Walton, Weybridge and Hersham Citizens Advice Bureau additional records: day books,telephone books, and case sheets, See also the sections below on cemetery records, parish records (including registers) and Poor Law Union records.
Cemetery records WHerS has burial registers for the following cemeteries: Battersea Rise andMorden Cemetery, Battersea,Putney Valeand Wandsworth (Magdalen Road) The Poor Law Board, Whitehall, London. The Voluntary Statement of Catherine Springer the wife of Michael Springer, now a private in the 2 nd Surrey Militia and stationed in Guildford.
I was married to my husband 33 years ago at Halifax Nova Scotia, and I have had 14 children by him. Accession Number: SB5. Croydon County Court Records. Collection comprises of; Plaint and Minute Books July DecemberBankruptcy RegistersLedgerAdministration LedgersLiabilities (War-time Adjustment) Act IndexRegister of Winding Up OrdersRegister of Petitions Under Companies (Winding Up) Act.
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The London Workhouse Admission and Discharge Records (). The Poor Law and Board of Guardian Records, — a wider range of London workhouse-related records.
The FindMyPast website has workhouse / poor law records for Westminster. London Metropolitan Archives, 40 Northampton Road, London EC1R OHB. Welcome to our November edition of Community Times Sutton for the community of Sutton,Surrey. under the record of the Old Poor Law, you might find records of them moving around or having.
The reference number for which appears in each record. This publication does not cover all of the County and includes only records surviving in parish collections, not Poor Law records that are to be found amongst other sources such as Quarter Sessions, Petty Sessions and records of the Overseers of the Poor.
This entry was posted in Publications, Publications, Studies in Merton History and tagged in civilwar, mitcham, studies, tudor&stuart mitcham. «Recruitment to the Armed Forces in Mitcham Not Trampled But Walked Over» ISBN: X Stapled booklet: 40 A4 pages 8 b&w maps, figures and photographs Published by Merton Historical Society () Price: £ Members: £See also Norma Pilbeam and Ian Nelson (eds.), Poor Law Records of Mid Sussex, – (Sussex Record Society, lxxxiii, Lewes, ), 11– Parishes were more likely to file certificates received than copies of certificates issued, while many certificates must have been taken by their bearers.↑ 'Parish Records - National Burial Index Records - Coverage,' Find My Past, accessed 11 April For a breakdown of missing years, see 'National Burial Index - Coverage: Surrey,' Federation of Family History Societies, accessed 11 April ↑ Surrey Coverage in FreeReg, FreeREG, accessed 14 April