Difference between revisions of "London Court Records"

From FamilySearch Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 31: Line 31:
London had many manors. [[London Manorial Records]] provides further information.  
London had many manors. [[London Manorial Records]] provides further information.  

Revision as of 18:59, 12 September 2012

England Gotoarrow.png London Gotoarrow.png Court Records

Old Bailey Criminal Court

See also: Records of the Old Bailey in London, England

London Sessions

Records of the London Sessions are kept at the London Metropolitan Archives (LMA). Many times these official court records contain additional information, such as the criminal's place of residence (or place crime was committed) that supplement the journalistic Old Bailey Sessions. LMA has prepared information leaflets (available online) to assist in locating these records:

Some seventeenth-century records have been abstracted:

Peter Wilson Coldham indexed felons who were transported to the American colonies from these records: FHL CD-ROM no. 2150.

Consistory Court

Some Consistory Court depositions have been published online. Clerks identified many witnesses' birthplaces, residences, ages, and occupations:

  • 1586-1611 - London Consistory Court Depositions, 1586-1611: list and indexes (1995). Digital version at British History Online - free.
  • 1700-1713 - Webb, Cliff. London's Bawdy Courts: Consistory Court, Index to Cases and Depositions (with Birthplaces). London: Society of Genealogists Enterprises Ltd., c1999. FHL Book 942 P22w; digital version at British Origins (£).

Manorial Courts

London had many manors. London Manorial Records provides further information.