St Paul Shadwell parish registers
- From: "Docklands Ancestors Ltd" <JamesLegon@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 11 Jul 2006 04:13:37 -0700
As you probably know, Docklands Ancestors specialise in the
transcription of parish registers from the east end of London that were
omitted from the IGI.
These are available to search online at
http://www.parishregister.com/searchpage.html and also available from
our Shop in CD format
The latest transcription completed is St Paul, Shadwell, baptism
registers 1775-1812. There are 9,323 entries. This transcription
follows on from the earlier 1852-1881 transcrptions.
The full list of the baptism registers transcribed and searchable
online to date is:
St Peter's, London Docks 1878-1933.8,000 entries
St Mary Newington , Southwark 1902-1933.5,500 entries
St John, Wapping 1813-1847.3,300 entries
St Paul, Shadwell 1852-1881.2,400 entries
St James, Ratcliff 1841-1913.4,800 entries
St Anne, Limehouse 1833-1854.10,732 entries
St Peter, Limehouse 1866-1903.3,200 entries
St Luke, Millwall 1864-1887.2,407 entries
Christ Church, Isle of Dogs 1876-1904. 5,000 entries
All Saints, Poplar 1813-1835. 4,700 entries
All Saints ,Poplar 1835-1857. 8,000 entries
St John, Cubbitt Town, Isle of Dogs 1887-1902. 3,173 entries
St George in the East 1815-1826. 9,645 entries
St Thomas, Stepney 1840-1876. 6,915 entries
St Dunstan, Stepney 1816-1826. 10,500 entries
St Mary Whitechapel 1792-1812. 13,348 entries.
St Mary Whitechapel 1813-1823. 6,847 entries
St Mary Newington, Southwark 1829-1837. 7,018 entries
All Saints, Poplar 1858-1872. 7,201 entries
We now have over 155,000 transcribed entries from these East End
parishes. These are transcriptions from the original registers, and not
just scanned images. You can search these online and get instant
results. We display the entries online and also automatically email the
entries to you. This is great because there's nothing to download,
subscribe to or register for.
£2.95 is what we charge for all occurrences of a given surname per
The initial search is free and you can search by forename too.
The details included are:
Entry number, date of baptism, date of birth ( if given), surname,
forenames, names of father and mother, address, occupation, source
reference number and notes from the register margin.
Here is a typical entry from St Mary Whitechapel 1813-1823:
St Mary 1813-1823
Id No Entry No Birth Date Baptism
Date Firstname Father Mother Surname Address Occupation Source Ref Note
12 10 12 December 1812 03 January 1813 William George William
Thomas Mary Bently Old Castle St. Lock Founder X024/093
All this available instantly onscreen, as well as being automatically
emailed to you. But if you search for a popular name and want to print
out the results, fill your printer first!
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and the Apprenticeship Bindings Indexes of the Company of Watermen &
Lightermen, the 63 parish Thames Riverside Series of parish register
transcriptions and much more besides.
In addition, if your interest is Watermen & Lightermen, we are possibly
your number 1 resource base, with many photos, lists, personal accounts
and a full list of Doggett's Coat & Badge Winners.
The 1628 Admiralty Muster of Watermen is a recently completed
transcription. One of the only Watermen records to have survived the
Fire, transcribing it was a major pleasure.
Check out also the recently released Pensioners Admitted for Relief,
Watermen in the Navy and My Ancestor was a Waterman: A guide to Tracing
your Waterman Ancestors.
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