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[[Image:England-middlesex.png|thumb|right]] '''Middlesex is an inland county located in the lower mid-section of '''[[England|'''England''']]'''. <br>'''
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For other places with same name, please refer to [[Middlesex (disambiguation)|Middlesex (disambiguation)]]  
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*[[Middlesex Archives and Libraries|Archives and Libraries]]
*[[Middlesex Biography|Biography]]
*[[Middlesex Cemeteries|Cemeteries]]
*[[Middlesex Census|Census]]
*[[Middlesex Church Directories|Church Directories]]
*[[Middlesex Church History|Church History]]
*[[Middlesex Church Records|Church Records]]
*[[Middlesex Civil Registration- Vital Records|Civil Registration]]
*[[Middlesex Court Records|Court Records]]
*[[Middlesex Directories|Directories]]
*[[Middlesex Emigration and Immigration|Emigration &amp; Immigration]]
*[[Middlesex Gazetteers|Gazetteers]]
*[[Middlesex Genealogy|Genealogy]]
*[[Middlesex Heraldic Visitations|Heraldic Visitations]]
*[[Middlesex Historical Geography|Historical Geography]]
*[[Middlesex History|History]]
*[[Middlesex Jewish Records|Jewish Records]]
*[[Middlesex Land and Property|Land and Property]]
*[[Middlesex Manorial Records|Manorial Records]]
*[[Middlesex Maps|Maps]]
*[[Middlesex Military Records|Military Records]]
*[[Middlesex Newspapers|Newspapers]]
*[[Middlesex Nobility|Nobility]]
*[[Middlesex Occupations|Occupations]]
*[[Middlesex Parishes|Parishes]]
*[[Middlesex Periodicals|Periodicals]]
*[[Middlesex Names, Personal|Personal Names]]
*[[Middlesex Place Names|Place Names]]
*[[Middlesex Records of the Poor|Poorhouses, Poor Law, etc.]]
*[[Middlesex Prisons|Prisons]]
*[[Middlesex Probate Records|Probate Records]]
*[[Middlesex Schools|Schools]]
*[[Middlesex Societies|Societies]]
*[[Middlesex Taxation|Taxation]]
*[[Middlesex For Further Reading|'''For Further Reading''']]
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''[[England|England]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png|go to]] [[Middlesex|Middlesex]]''<br>
=== [[Tracing London and Other Large City Immigrants From Abroad|Tracing London and Other Large City Immigrants&nbsp;From Abroad]]  ===
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By '''Phillip B. Dunn '''Senior Consultant, FamilySearch.org™, Accredited Genealogist®
'''''Unique genealogical features:'''''&nbsp;[[Image:{{BigBen}}|Big Ben and Houses of Parliament]]
=== <br>Introduction  ===
*Massive Middlesex church record collections on [http://landing.ancestry.com/lma/default.aspx Ancestry.com], [http://familysearch.org FamilySearch],&nbsp;[http://www.britishorigins.com British Origins], and [http://www.findmypast.co.uk Find My Past]
*[http://www.sog.org.uk/index.shtml Society of Genealogists Library]
*[[London Family History Centre|London Family History Centre]]
*Before 1858, residents proved wills in 1 of 11 probate courts
*10,000 Archdeaconry Court of Middlesex Wills Index at [http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/wills/ London Signatures]
*[http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/mdr/ Manorial Documents Register] for Middlesex has been digitised
Genealogical research in England’s large cities and towns requires knowing the specific locale, town, borough or parish within&nbsp;the big city in order to determine in which original records to begin research. That your ancestor was “born in Manchester” or that he was “of London“, is insufficient information. It requires obtaining the specific name of the town or parish in Greater “London” or “Manchester, etc., in order to know specific records to use to build your family’s pedigree connections further back in time.  
'''Middlesex''' was one of the historic counties of [[England]]. It was an inland county located in the South East of the country, surrounding [[London|London]] on three sides, as one of the home counties.  
Our ancestors for example—as well as many among the living today—often named a large city or town as their birthplace such as “Liverpool” when in reality they were actually born in or resided in a locality such as Everton neighboring just three miles northeast of central Liverpool. Or, some ancestors from London may have said they were “born within the sound of “‘Bo’ Bells” or, that is to say they were ‘born within hearing-distance of the bells ringing from the celebrated parish church of St Mary le Bow, City of London’.; or, ‘I was from the City of Bristol’ (Gloucestershire), when in actuality subsequent research proves the birth occurred at Bedminster, a parish bordering next to Bristol City, and barely across county borders in Somersetshire.
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When a migrant from within England (or an English immigrant to another country) such as a “John Smith“ said he was born in “London”, did he mean the City of London proper, with its 100-plus parishes, or, did he mean born in Greater London, which had over 200 ancient parishes and which, by 1900, had over 700 parishes? How will you know which “John Smith” is the right one in all of Greater London. This certainly applies as well for any other big city in England! Knowing or obtaining further or more clarifying information can make all the difference in the world in helping you to prove an ancestral connection in an England city.
So what’s the standard technique that helps researchers to discover an ancestors’ specific birth place or place of residence in England?
=== How to Begin  ===
The steps below reveal how to best identify and prove ancestry in the rich genealogical records of England—including civil registration, parish registers and other records.
==== '''Step 1''': Search Home Records Start  ====
Search home records by thoroughly seeking for and searching in “home” sources and compiled family histories. This is a fundamental, preliminary exercise that will usually pay huge dividends in providing precise birth data from the outset of your search. It may not always be correct data, but it is a beginning and will help in narrowing down to the specific place of your ancestor’s nativity or residence in a large city or township in England.
Here’s a quick-list of home record sources::
 Personal diaries and journals
 Old letters: old addresses may provide an all-important locality
 Handwritten family histories, biographies, autobiographies in private possession within the family or sometimes found in library/archives
 Funeral home records: may give excellent information
 Family Bibles: sometimes give specific localities of vital events
 Obituaries: often contain locality-specific residence or place of birth
 Certificate copies of vital records of marriage, death &amp; births: often give parents names and specific place of residence and/or of birth and more
 Military papers, i.e. discharge, pension, enlistment, court martial, or awards of merit, valor: usually provide a place of birth and sometimes parents names
 Baptismal records, membership records, letters of recommendations
 Naturalization papers: from three to as many as five different papers; one or more may indicate specific locale within an England city
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 Trace as many living descendants as you can in telephone directories (particularly ones with uncommon surnames); also in the U.S. try www.zabasearch.com; then—
 Interview or correspond with—the more elderly members of extended family members and distant relatives which can prove very effective in obtaining clarifying information on specific locales for in-common ancestry and for obtaining assistance in collaborative research efforts
Once you have gleaned as much information as possible from home sources, but still lack a specific birth place or residence then proceed to Step 2. If you succeeded in obtaining the specific township or parish in which your immigrant ancestor was born or resided before emigrating, then proceed to search in records of the specific England locale mentioned in Step 4.
==== '''Step 2''': Search Compiled Sources – Family Histories at Archives &amp; Libraries Before  ====
Commencing your&nbsp;emigrant ancestor's research in original records, you must, like a research scientist, thoroughly seek for and study the research compilations of other researchers. The research scientist first seeks out every possible compiled source pertaining to the narrowed field of study so as not to duplicate or re-do research previously performed by other researchers. To do otherwise means the likely loss of critical funding or financial sponsorship for research! Why? Because why would the private funding sponsor or government provide funds for research already uncovered by another scientific researcher!
Likewise, you should thoroughly seek to locate compiled sources on your ancestral lines. By doing your due diligence in locating and searching compiled sources you will come to know where you are on the ‘research map’ so that you'll know where you want to go. In other words, you will know a more precise place to start conducting original research in the actual vital and other records of a specific locale.
A word of “caution” for using compiled sources to assist in helping you build your family pedigree: Compiled sources are notorious for containing mistakes, omissions, in-complete data, half-truths or prejudicial nuances in the information cited! Always take the information and consider it wisely and objectively and then weigh it against bed-rock documentary—and when available—statutory (certified) records such as a birth certificate. (For an extensive list of compiled sources to search, see the Appendix.)
Compiled family history sources include published or manuscript family histories, family pedigrees, local and community histories (especially in U.S.), and donated family research files, biographies and autobiographies. Online archival and (research) library catalogs and inventories grant researchers convenience in determining availability of these local history sources in their collections. Some of these institutions also have additional databases available online for free searches. These institutions and societies may include:
• Local - city/township/county archives
• State archives&nbsp;
• National archives
• State historical societies
• County historical societies
• Research libraries, i.e. Newberry Library (Chicago, IL), Allen Co. IN Public Library, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Society of Genealogists, London, Genealogical Research Library, Bampton, Ontario, Society Genealogists in both Australia &amp; New Zealand
• Library of Congress, Washington DC,
• National Libraries, i.e. New Zealand, Australia &amp; Canada
• British Library, London
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• City [public] libraries with genealogical sections: ie. Houston, or Dallas TX public libraries, Birmingham, Manchester Central Libraries
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• Academic libraries: major university &amp; college libraries have archival sections
*[http://www.sog.org.uk/events/pdf/2011-Show-Handouts/Stuck-in-London-resource-at-SoG.pdf Stuck in London: resources at the Society of Genealogists and elsewhere]. Free online Power Point slides by Else Churchill.
• Societies: Archaeological, local history societies or local studies reading rooms
=== Jurisdictions  ===
• Googling the Internet for websites: by 1) family surname, 2) place-name—both city and/or county names and 3) “genealogy” (or “family history” in quotation marks)
Use an [http://maps.familysearch.org interactive map ]to find jurisdictions for each parish in Middlesex.
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=== Parishes  ===
[[Acton, Middlesex|Acton]]{{·}} [[Acton Green St Alban the Martyr, Middlesex|Acton Green St Alban the Martyr]]{{·}} [[Acton Green St Peter, Middlesex|Acton Green St Peter]]{{·}} [[Acton Vale, Middlesex|Acton Vale]]{{·}} [[Agar Town, Middlesex|Agar Town]]{{·}} [[Aldersgate Street|Aldersgate Street]]{{·}} [[Alexandra Park St Andrew, Middlesex|Alexandra Park St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Alexandra Park St Saviour, Middlesex|Alexandra Park St Saviour]]{{·}} [[Alperton, Middlesex|Alperton]]{{·}} [[Archbishop Tenison's Chapel, Middlesex|Archbishop Tenison's Chapel]]{{·}} [[Ashford, Middlesex|Ashford]]{{·}} [[Balls Pond, Middlesex|Balls Pond]]{{·}} [[Barnsbury, Middlesex|Barnsbury]]{{·}} [[Bayswater, Middlesex|Bayswater]]{{·}} [[Bedfont, Middlesex|Bedfont]]{{·}} [[Bedford Chapel]]{{·}} [[Bedford New Town, Middlesex|Bedford New Town]]{{·}} [[Bedford Park, Middlesex|Bedford Park]]{{·}} [[Belsize Park, Middlesex|Belsize Park]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green Jews' Episcopal Chapel]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green St Andrew, Middlesex|Bethnal Green St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green St Barnabus, Middlesex|Bethnal Green St Barnabus]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green St Bartholomew, Middlesex|Bethnal Green St Bartholomew]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green St James the Great, Middlesex|Bethnal Green St James the Great]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green St James the Less, Middlesex|Bethnal Green St James the Less]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green St John, Middlesex|Bethnal Green St John]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green St Jude, Middlesex|Bethnal Green St Jude]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green St Matthias, Middlesex|Bethnal Green St Matthias]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green St Matthew, Middlesex|Bethnal Green St Matthew]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green St Paul, Middlesex|Bethnal Green St Paul]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green St Peter, Middlesex|Bethnal Green St Peter]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green St Philip, Middlesex|Bethnal Green St Philip]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green St Simon Zelotes, Middlesex|Bethnal Green St Simon Zelotes]]{{·}} [[Bethnal Green St Thomas, Middlesex|Bethnal Green St Thomas]]{{·}} [[Bloomsbury St George, Middlesex|Bloomsbury St George]]{{·}} [[Bounds Green, Middlesex|Bounds Green]]{{·}} [[Bow, Middlesex|Bow]]{{·}} [[Bromley All Hallows, Middlesex|Bromley All Hallows]]{{·}} [[Bromley St Gabriel, Middlesex|Bromley St Gabriel]]{{·}} [[Bromley St Leonard, St Andrew, Middlesex|Bromley St Leonard, St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Bromley St Michael and All Angels, Middlesex|Bromley St Michael and All Angels]]{{·}} [[Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex|Bromley St Leonard]]{{·}} [[Brompton, Middlesex|Brompton]]{{·}} [[Brondesbury Christ Church, Middlesex|Brondesbury Christ Church]]{{·}} [[Brondesbury St Anne, Middlesex|Brondesbury St Anne]]{{·}} [[Brookfield St Anne, Middlesex|Brookfield St Anne]]{{·}} [[Brookfield St Mary, Middlesex|Brookfield St Mary]]{{·}} [[Brownswood Park, Middlesex|Brownswood Park]]{{·}} [[Buckingham Palace Road, Middlesex|Buckingham Palace Road]]{{·}} [[Burleigh Street, Middlesex|Burleigh Street]]{{·}} [[Bush Hill Park St Mark, Middlesex|Bush Hill Park St Mark]]{{·}} [[Bush Hill Park St Stephen, Middlesex|Bush Hill Park St Stephen]]{{·}} [[Camden New Town St Paul, Middlesex|Camden New Town St Paul]]{{·}} [[Camden Town, Middlesex|Camden Town]]{{·}} [[Camden Town St Michael, Middlesex|Camden Town St Michael]]{{·}} [[Campden Hill, Middlesex|Campden Hill]]{{·}} [[Charterhouse, Middlesex|Charterhouse]]{{·}} [[Charterhouse St Mary, Middlesex|Charterhouse St Mary]]{{·}} [[Charterhouse St Mary with Charterhouse St Thomas, Middlesex|Charterhouse St Mary with Charterhouse St Thomas]]{{·}} [[Charterhouse St Thomas, Middlesex|Charterhouse St Thomas]]{{·}} [[Chelsea All Saints, Middlesex|Chelsea All&nbsp;Saints]]{{·}} [[Chelsea Christ Church, Middlesex|Chelsea Christ Church]]{{·}} [[Chelsea St Andrew, Middlesex|Chelsea St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Chelsea St John, Middlesex|Chelsea St John]]{{·}} [[Chelsea St Luke, Middlesex|Chelsea St Luke]]{{·}}Chelsea St. Saviours&nbsp; [[Chester Square, Middlesex|Chester Square]]{{·}} [[Chiswick St Mary Magdalene, Middlesex|Chiswick St Mary Magdalene]]{{·}} [[Chiswick St Michael, Middlesex|Chiswick St Michael]]{{·}} [[Chiswick St Paul, Grove Park, Middlesex|Chiswick St Paul, Grove Park]]{{·}} [[Chiswick St Nicholas, Middlesex|Chiswick St Nicholas]]{{·}} [[City of London Lying in Hospital Finsbury]]{{·}} [[Clapton Christ Church, Middlesex|Clapton Christ Church]]{{·}} [[Clapton Park All Saints, Middlesex|Clapton Park All Saints]]{{·}} [[Clapton Park All Souls, Middlesex|Clapton Park All Souls]]{{·}} [[Clapton St James, Middlesex|Clapton St James]]{{·}} [[Clay Hill, Middlesex|Clay Hill]]{{·}} [[Clerkenwell St John, Middlesex|Clerkenwell St John]]{{·}} [[Clerkenwell St James Pentonville Chapel|Clerkenwell St James Pentonville Chapel]]{{·}} [[Clerkenwell St Mark, Middlesex|Clerkenwell St Mark]]{{·}} [[Clerkenwell St Paul, Middlesex|Clerkenwell St Paul]]{{·}} [[Clerkenwell St Peter, Middlesex|Clerkenwell St Peter]]{{·}} [[Clerkenwell St Philip, Middlesex|Clerkenwell St Philip]]{{·}} [[Clerkenwell St James, Middlesex|Clerkenwell St James]]{{·}} [[Close of the Collegiate Church of St Peter, Middlesex|Close of the Collegiate Church of St Peter]]{{·}} [[Colnbrook, Middlesex|Colnbrook]]{{·}} [[Cowley, Middlesex|Cowley]]{{·}} [[Cranford, Middlesex|Cranford]]{{·}} [[Cricklewood St Michael, Middlesex|Cricklewood St Michael]]{{·}} [[Cricklewood St Peter, Middlesex|Cricklewood St Peter]]{{·}} [[Cubitt Town, Middlesex|Cubitt Town]]{{·}} [[Dalston Holy Trinity, Middlesex|Dalston Holy Trinity]]{{·}} [[Dalston St Bartholomew, Middlesex|Dalston St Bartholomew]]{{·}} [[Dalston St Mark, Middlesex|Dalston St Mark]]{{·}} [[Dalston St Philip, Middlesex|Dalston St Philip]]{{·}} [[Davies Street St Anselm, Middlesex|Davies Street St Anselm]]{{·}} [[DeBeauvoir Town, Middlesex|DeBeauvoir Town]]{{·}} [[Drury Lane, Middlesex|Drury Lane]]{{·}} [[Duchy of Lancaster, Middlesex|Duchy of Lancaster]]{{·}} [[Ealing Christ Church, Middlesex|Ealing Christ Church]]{{·}} [[Ealing Common, Middlesex|Ealing Common]]{{·}} [[Ealing Dean, Middlesex|Ealing Dean]]{{·}} [[Ealing St James, Middlesex|Ealing St James]]{{·}} [[Ealing St Paul, Middlesex|Ealing St Paul]]{{·}} [[Ealing St Peter Mount Park, Middlesex|Ealing St Peter Mount Park]]{{·}} [[Ealing St Stephen, Castle Hill, Middlesex|Ealing St Stephen, Castle Hill]]{{·}} [[Ealing St Mary, Middlesex|Ealing St Mary]]{{·}} [[East Acton, Middlesex|East Acton]]{{·}} [[East Bedfont, Middlesex|East Bedfont]]{{·}} [[East Finchley, Middlesex|East Finchley]]{{·}} [[East India Docks, Middlesex|East India Docks]]{{·}} [[East Smithfield Liberty, Middlesex|East Smithfield Liberty]]{{·}} [[East Twickenham, Middlesex|East Twickenham]]{{·}} [[Edgware|Edgware]]{{·}} [[Edmonton St Adhelm, Middlesex|Edmonton St Adhelm]]{{·}} [[Edmonton St Mary, Middlesex|Edmonton St Mary]]{{·}} [[Edmonton St Michael, Middlesex|Edmonton St Michael]]{{·}} [[Edmonton All Saints, Middlesex|Edmonton All Saints]]{{·}} [[Edmonton Weld Chapel]]{{·}} [[Endell Street, Middlesex|Endell Street]]{{·}} [[Enfield Chase, Middlesex|Enfield Chase]]{{·}} [[Enfield Christ Church, Trent Park, Middlesex|Enfield Christ Church, Trent Park]]{{·}} [[Enfield Jesus Chapel, Middlesex|Enfield Jesus Chapel]]{{·}} [[Enfield St George, Middlesex|Enfield St George]]{{·}} [[Enfield St James, Middlesex|Enfield St James]]{{·}} [[Enfield St Luke, Middlesex|Enfield St Luke]]{{·}} [[Enfield St Andrew, Middlesex|Enfield St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Feltham, Middlesex|Feltham]]{{·}} [[Finchley Christ Church, North End, Middlesex|Finchley Christ Church, North End]]{{·}} [[Finchley Holy Trinity, Middlesex|Finchley Holy Trinity]]{{·}} [[Finchley St Luke, Middlesex|Finchley St Luke]]{{·}} [[Finchley St Paul, Long Lane, Middlesex|Finchley St Paul, Long Lane]]{{·}} [[Finchley St Mary, Middlesex|Finchley St Mary]]{{·}} [[Finsbury Park, Middlesex|Finsbury Park]]{{·}} [[Finsbury, City Road St Clement, Middlesex]]{{·}} [[Finsbury City Road St Matthew]]{{·}} [[Finsbury St Luke Old St]]{{·}} [[Finsbury St Paul, Middlesex|Finsbury St Paul]]{{·}} [[Fitzroy Square St John, Middlesex|Fitzroy Square St John]]{{·}} [[Fitzroy Square St Saviour, Middlesex|Fitzroy Square St Saviour]]{{·}} [[Friern Barnet, Middlesex|Friern Barnet]]{{·}} [[Friern Barnet All Saints, Middlesex|Friern Barnet All Saints]]{{·}} [[Friern Barnet St Peter Le Poer, Middlesex|Friern Barnet St Peter Le Poer]]{{·}} [[Fulham All Saints, Middlesex|Fulham All Saints]]{{·}} [[Fulham Christ Church, Middlesex|Fulham Christ Church]]{{·}} [[Fulham Fields, Middlesex|Fulham Fields]]{{·}} [[Fulham St Alban, Middlesex|Fulham St Alban]]{{·}} [[Fulham St Augustine, Middlesex|Fulham St Augustine]]{{·}} [[Fulham St Clement, Middlesex|Fulham St Clement]]{{·}} [[Fulham St Dionis, Parson's Green, Middlesex|Fulham St Dionis, Parson's Green]]{{·}} [[Fulham St Etheldreda, Middlesex|Fulham St Etheldreda]]{{·}} [[Fulham St James, Moore Park, Middlesex|Fulham St James, Moore Park]]{{·}} [[Fulham St John, Walham Green, Middlesex|Fulham St John, Walham Green]]{{·}} [[Fulham St Mary Stambrook|Fulham St Mary Stamford Brook]]{{·}} [[Fulham St Mary, North End, Middlesex|Fulham St Mary, North End]]{{·}} [[Fulham St Matthew, Middlesex|Fulham St Matthew]]{{·}} [[Fulham St Oswald, Middlesex|Fulham St Oswald]]{{·}} [[Fulham St Peter, Middlesex|Fulham St Peter]]{{·}} [[General Lying in Hospital, Lambeth]]{{·}} [[Golder's Green St Michael, Middlesex|Golder's Green St Michael]]{{·}} [[Gray's Inn, Middlesex|Gray's Inn]]{{·}} [[Gray's Inn Road, Middlesex|Gray's Inn Road]]{{·}} [[Gray's Inn Road St Jude, Middlesex|Gray's Inn Road St Jude]]{{·}} [[Great Marlborough Street, Middlesex|Great Marlborough Street]]{{·}} [[Great Stanmore, Middlesex|Great Stanmore]]{{·}} [[Great Windmill Street, Middlesex|Great Windmill Street]]{{·}} [[Greenford, Middlesex|Greenford]]{{·}} [[Greenhill, Middlesex|Greenhill]]{{·}} [[Hackney Wick, Middlesex|Hackney Wick]]{{·}} [[Hackney St John, Middlesex|Hackney St John]]{{·}} [[Monken Hadley, Middlesex|Hadley]]{{·}} [[Haggerston All Saints, Middlesex|Haggerston All Saints]]{{·}} [[Haggerston St Augustine, Middlesex|Haggerston St Augustine]]{{·}} [[Haggerston St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Haggerston St Chad, Middlesex|Haggerston St Chad]]{{·}} [[Haggerston St Columba, Middlesex|Haggerston St Columba]]{{·}} [[Haggerston St Mary, Middlesex|Haggerston St Mary]]{{·}} [[Haggerston St Paul, Middlesex|Haggerston St Paul]]{{·}} [[Hammersmith Holy Innocents, Middlesex|Hammersmith Holy Innocents]]{{·}} [[Hammersmith St John the Evangelist, Middlesex|Hammersmith St John the Evangelist]] {{·}}[[Hammersmith St Luke, Middlesex|Hammersmith St Luke]]{{·}} [[Hammersmith St Mary]]{{·}} [[Hammersmith St Matthew, Middlesex|Hammersmith St Matthew]]{{·}} [[Hammersmith St Peter, Middlesex|Hammersmith St Peter]]{{·}} [[Hammersmith St Saviour, Middlesex|Hammersmith St Saviour]]{{·}} [[Hammersmith St Simon, Middlesex|Hammersmith St Simon]]{{·}} [[Hammersmith St Stephen, Middlesex|Hammersmith St Stephen]]{{·}} [[Hammersmith St Paul, Middlesex|Hammersmith St Paul]]{{·}} [[Hampstead All Souls, Middlesex|Hampstead All Souls]]{{·}} [[Hampstead Christ Church, Middlesex|Hampstead Christ Church]]{{·}} [[Hampstead Emmanuel, West End, Middlesex|Hampstead Emmanuel, West End]]{{·}} [[Hampstead Garden Suburb, Middlesex|Hampstead Garden Suburb]]{{·}} [[Hampstead Road, Middlesex|Hampstead Road]]{{·}} [[Hampstead St Paul, Middlesex|Hampstead St Paul]]{{·}} [[Hampstead St Stephen, Middlesex|Hampstead St Stephen]]{{·}} [[Hampstead St John, Middlesex|Hampstead St John]]{{·}} [[Hampton, Middlesex|Hampton St Mary]]{{·}} [[Hampton All Saints, Middlesex|Hampton All Saints]]{{·}} [[Hampton Hill, Middlesex|Hampton Hill]]{{·}} [[Hampton Wick, Middlesex|Hampton Wick]]{{·}} [[Hampton Chapel Royal, Middlesex|Hampton Royal Chapel]]{{·}} [[Hanger Lane, Middlesex|Hanger Lane St Anne]]{{·}} [[Hanover Chapel, Middlesex|Hanover Chapel]]{{·}} [[Hanwell St Mark, Middlesex|Hanwell St Mark]]{{·}} [[Hanwell St Melitus, Middlesex|Hanwell St Melitus]]{{·}} [[Hanwell St Mary, Middlesex|Hanwell St Mary]]{{·}} [[Hanworth, Middlesex|Hanworth]]{{·}} [[Harefield, Middlesex|Harefield]]{{·}} [[Haringay, Middlesex|Haringay]]{{·}} [[Harlesden All Souls, Middlesex|Harlesden All Souls]]{{·}} [[Harlesden St Mark, Middlesex|Harlesden St Mark]]{{·}} [[Harlington, Middlesex|Harlington]]{{·}} [[Harmondsworth, Middlesex|Harmondsworth]]{{·}} [[Harrow, Middlesex|Harrow]]{{·}} [[Harrow Weald, Middlesex|Harrow Weald]]{{·}} [[Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex|Harrow on the Hill]]{{·}} [[Hatch End, Middlesex|Hatch End]]{{·}} [[Haverstock Hill Holy Trinity, Middlesex|Haverstock Hill Holy Trinity]]{{·}} [[Haverstock Hill St Andrew, Middlesex|Haverstock Hill St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Hayes, Middlesex|Hayes]]{{·}} [[Hayes St Anselm, Middlesex|Hayes St Anselm]]{{·}} [[Headstone, Middlesex|Headstone]]{{·}} [[Hendon All Saints, Childs Hill, Middlesex|Hendon All Saints, Childs Hill]]{{·}} [[Hendon Christ Church, Middlesex|Hendon Christ Church]]{{·}} [[Hendon St Alphage, Middlesex|Hendon St Alphage]]{{·}} [[Hendon St Barnabas, Middlesex|Hendon St Barnabas]]{{·}} [[Hendon St Paul Mill Hill, Middlesex|Hendon St Paul Mill Hill]]{{·}} [[Hendon St Mary, Middlesex|Hendon St Mary]]{{·}} [[Heston, Middlesex|Heston]]{{·}} [[Heston and Isleworth, Middlesex|Heston and Isleworth]]{{·}} [[Highbury Christ Church, Middlesex|Highbury Christ Church]]{{·}} [[Highbury New Park, Middlesex|Highbury New Park]]{{·}} [[Highbury St Saviour, Middlesex|Highbury St Saviour]]{{·}} [[Highbury Vale, Middlesex|Highbury Vale]]{{·}} [[Highgate, Middlesex|Highgate]]{{·}} [[Highgate All Saints, Middlesex|Highgate All Saints]]{{·}} [[Highgate Rise, Middlesex|Highgate Rise]] {{·}} [[Highgate St Augustine, Middlesex|Highgate St Augustine]]{{·}} [[Hillingdon, Middlesex|Hillingdon]]{{·}} [[Hillingdon East, Middlesex|Hillingdon East]]{{·}} [[Hillingdon St Andrew, Middlesex|Hillingdon St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Hillingdon West, Middlesex|Hillingdon West]]{{·}} [[Holborn St Andrew|Holborn, St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Holborn St Alban, Middlesex|Holborn St Alban]]{{·}} [[Holborn St George the Martyr, Middlesex|Holborn St George the Martyr]]{{·}} [[Holborn St John the Evangelist, Middlesex|Holborn St John the Evangelist]]{{·}} [[Holloway Emmanuel, Hornsey Road, Middlesex|Holloway Emmanuel, Hornsey Road]]{{·}} [[St Botolph Without Aldgate with Holy Trinity Minories, Middlesex|Holy Trinity Minories]]{{·}} [[Homerton, Middlesex|Homerton]]{{·}} [[Homerton St Luke, Middlesex|Homerton St Luke]]{{·}} [[Hornsey Christ Church, Crouch End, Middlesex|Hornsey Christ Church, Crouch End]]{{·}} [[Hornsey Holy Innocents, Middlesex|Hornsey Holy Innocents]]{{·}} [[Hornsey Rise, Middlesex|Hornsey Rise]]{{·}} [[Hornsey Road, Middlesex|Hornsey Road]]{{·}} [[Hornsey St George, Middlesex|Hornsey St George]]{{·}} [[Hornsey St Luke, Middlesex|Hornsey St Luke]]{{·}} [[Hornsey St Peter, Middlesex|Hornsey St Peter]]{{·}} [[Hornsey St Mary, Middlesex|Hornsey St Mary]]{{·}} [[Hounslow, Middlesex|Hounslow]]{{·}} [[Hounslow Heath, Middlesex|Hounslow Heath]] {{·}} [[Hounslow St Luke]]{{·}} [[Hounslow St Stephen, Middlesex|Hounslow St Stephen]]{{·}} [[Hoxton Christ Church, Middlesex|Hoxton Christ Church]]{{·}} [[Hoxton Holy Trinity, Middlesex|Hoxton Holy Trinity]]{{·}} [[Hoxton St Andrew, Middlesex|Hoxton St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Hoxton St Anne, Middlesex|Hoxton St Anne]]{{·}} [[Hoxton St John, Middlesex|Hoxton St John]]{{·}} [[Hoxton St Mary, Middlesex|Hoxton St Mary]]{{·}} [[Hoxton St Peter, Middlesex|Hoxton St Peter]]{{·}} [[Hoxton St Saviour, Middlesex|Hoxton St Saviour]]{{·}} [[Ickenham, Middlesex|Ickenham]]{{·}} [[Isleworth, Middlesex|Isleworth]]{{·}} [[Isleworth St John, Middlesex|Isleworth St John]]{{·}} [[Islington All Saints, Middlesex|Islington All Saints]]{{·}} [[Islington Holy Trinity, Cloudesley Square, Middlesex|Islington Holy Trinity, Cloudesley Square]]{{·}} [[Islington St Andrew, Middlesex|Islington St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Islington St Bartholomew, Middlesex|Islington St Bartholomew]]{{·}} [[Islington St James the Apostle, Middlesex|Islington St James the Apostle]]{{·}} [[Islington St John the Baptist, Middlesex|Islington St John the Baptist]]{{·}} [[Islington St Jude, Mildmay Park, Middlesex|Islington St Jude, Mildmay Park]]{{·}} [[Islington St Mary, Middlesex|Islington St Mary]]{{·}} [[Islington St Mary Magdalene, Holloway Road, Middlesex|Islington St Mary Magdalene, Holloway Road]]{{·}} [[Islington St Matthew, Middlesex|Islington St Matthew]]{{·}} [[Islington St Matthias, Caledonian Road, Middlesex|Islington St Matthias, Caledonian Road]]{{·}} [[Islington St Michael, Middlesex|Islington St Michael]]{{·}} [[Islington St Paul, Balls Pond, Middlesex|Islington St Paul, Balls Pond]]{{·}} [[Islington St Peter, Middlesex|Islington St Peter]]{{·}} [[Islington St Philip, Middlesex|Islington St Philip]]{{·}} [[Islington St Stephen, Middlesex|Islington St Stephen]]{{·}} [[Islington St Thomas, Middlesex|Islington St Thomas]]{{·}} [[Kensal Green St John, Middlesex|Kensal Green St John]]{{·}} [[Kensal Green St Jude, Middlesex|Kensal Green St Jude]]{{·}} [[Kensal Rise, Middlesex|Kensal Rise]]{{·}} [[Kensal Town, Middlesex|Kensal Town]]{{·}} [[Kensington Gore, Middlesex|Kensington Gore]]{{·}} [[Kensington St Barnabus, Middlesex|Kensington St Barnabus]]{{·}} [[Kensington St Clement, Middlesex|Kensington St Clement]]{{·}} [[Kensington St Cuthbert, Earls Court, Middlesex|Kensington St Cuthbert, Earls Court]]{{·}} [[Kensington St Helen, Middlesex|Kensington St Helen]]{{·}} [[Kensington St John the Baptist, Middlesex|Kensington St John the Baptist]]{{·}} [[Kensington St Matthias, Earls Court, Middlesex|Kensington St Matthias, Earls Court]]{{·}} [[Kensington St Philip, Earls Court, Middlesex|Kensington St Philip, Earls Court]]{{·}} [[Kensington St Mary Abbots, Middlesex|Kensington St Mary Abbots]]{{·}} [[Kentish Town St Barnabas, Middlesex|Kentish Town St Barnabas]]{{·}} [[Kentish Town St Benet and All Saints, Middlesex|Kentish Town St Benet and All Saints]]{{·}} [[Kentish Town St Martin, Middlesex|Kentish Town St Martin]]{{·}} [[Kentish Town St Silas, Middlesex|Kentish Town St Silas]]{{·}} [[Kentish Town St John the Baptist, Middlesex|Kentish Town St John the Baptist]]{{·}} [[Kilburn Holy Trinity, Middlesex|Kilburn Holy Trinity]]{{·}} [[Kilburn St Augustine, Middlesex|Kilburn St Augustine]]{{·}} [[Kilburn St John the Evangelist, Middlesex|Kilburn St John the Evangelist]]{{·}} [[Kilburn St Luke the Evangelist, Middlesex|Kilburn St Luke the Evangelist]]{{·}} [[Kilburn St Mary, Middlesex|Kilburn St Mary]]{{·}} [[Kilburn St Paul, Middlesex|Kilburn St Paul]]{{·}} [[King Square, Middlesex|King Square]]{{·}} [[King's Cross, Middlesex|King's Cross]]{{·}} [[Kingsbury, Middlesex|Kingsbury]]{{·}} [[Knightsbridge All Saints, Middlesex|Knightsbridge All Saints]]{{·}} [[Knightsbridge Holy Trinity, Middlesex|Knightsbridge Holy Trinity]]{{·}} [[Laleham, Middlesex|Laleham]]{{·}} [[Liberty of Saffron Hill, Hatton Garden, Ely Rents and Ely Place, Middlesex|Liberty of Saffron Hill, Hatton Garden, Ely Rents and Ely Place]]{{·}} [[Liberty of the Rolls, Middlesex|Liberty of the Rolls]]{{·}} [[Limehouse St John the Evangelist, Middlesex|Limehouse St John the Evangelist]]{{·}} [[Limehouse St Peter, Middlesex|Limehouse St Peter]]{{·}} [[Limehouse St Anne, Middlesex|Limehouse St Anne]]{{·}} [[Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex|Lincoln's Inn]]{{·}} [[Lincoln's Inn Fields, Middlesex|Lincoln's Inn Fields]]{{·}} [[Lisson Grove, Middlesex|Lisson Grove]]{{·}} [[Little Greenford, Middlesex|Little Greenford]]{{·}} [[Little Stanmore, Middlesex|Little Stanmore]]{{·}} [[Littleton, Middlesex|Littleton]]{{·}} [[London Docks, Middlesex|London Docks]]{{·}} [[Lower Edmonton, Middlesex|Lower Edmonton]]{{·}} [[Lower Holloway, Middlesex|Lower Holloway]]{{·}} [[Lower Homerton St Luke, Middlesex|Lower Homerton St Luke]]{{·}} [[Maida Hill, Middlesex|Maida Hill]]{{·}} [[Mayfair, Middlesex|Mayfair]]{{·}} [[Mile End New Town All Saints, Middlesex|Mile End New Town All Saints]]{{·}} [[Mile End New Town All Saints with St Olave, Middlesex|Mile End New Town All Saints with St Olave]]{{·}} [[Mile End New Town St Olave, Middlesex|Mile End New Town St Olave]]{{·}} [[Mile End Old Town Holy Trinity, Middlesex|Mile End Old Town Holy Trinity]]{{·}} [[Mile End Old Town St Luke, Middlesex|Mile End Old Town St Luke]]{{·}} [[Mill Hill St Paul, Middlesex|Mill Hill St Paul]]{{·}} [[Millwall, Middlesex|Millwall]]{{·}} [[Monken Hadley, Middlesex|Monken Hadley]]{{·}} [[Munster Square, Middlesex|Munster Square]]{{·}} [[Muswell Hill St James, Middlesex|Muswell Hill St James]]{{·}} [[Neasden cum Kingsbury, Middlesex|Neasden cum Kingsbury]]{{·}} [[New Brentford, Middlesex|New Brentford]]{{·}} [[New Kentish Town, Middlesex|New Kentish Town]]{{·}} [[New Southgate, Middlesex|New Southgate]]{{·}} [[Noel Park, Middlesex|Noel Park]]{{·}} [[Norlands, Middlesex|Norlands]]{{·}} [[North Audley Street, Middlesex|North Audley Street]]{{·}} [[North Hammersmith, Middlesex|North Hammersmith]]{{·}} [[North St Pancras, Middlesex|North St Pancras]]{{·}} [[Northolt, Middlesex|Northolt]]{{·}} [[Northwood, Middlesex|Northwood]]{{·}} [[Northwood Emmanuel, Middlesex|Northwood Emmanuel]]{{·}} [[Norton Folgate, Middlesex|Norton Folgate]]{{·}} [[Norwood, Middlesex|Norwood]]{{·}} [[Notting Hill All Saints, Middlesex|Notting Hill All Saints]]{{·}} [[Notting Hill Christ Church, Middlesex|Notting Hill Christ Church]]{{·}} [[Notting Hill Holy Trinity, Latimer Road, Middlesex|Notting Hill Holy Trinity, Latimer Road]]{{·}} [[Notting Hill St Clement, Middlesex|Notting Hill St Clement]]{{·}} [[Notting Hill St John, Middlesex|Notting Hill St John]]{{·}} [[Notting Hill St Mark, Middlesex|Notting Hill St Mark]]{{·}} [[Notting Hill St Michael and All Angels, Middlesex|Notting Hill St Michael and All Angels]]{{·}} [[Notting Hill St Peter, Middlesex|Notting Hill St Peter]]{{·}} [[Oakley Square, Middlesex|Oakley Square]]{{·}} [[Old Artillery Ground, Middlesex|Old Artillery Ground]]{{·}} [[Old Brentford, Middlesex|Old Brentford]]{{·}} [[Old Brentford St Paul, Middlesex|Old Brentford St Paul]]{{·}} [[Old Ford St Mark, Victoria Park, Middlesex|Old Ford St Mark, Victoria Park]]{{·}} [[Old Ford St Paul, Victoria Park, Middlesex|Old Ford St Paul, Victoria Park]]{{·}} [[Old Ford St Stephen, Middlesex|Old Ford St Stephen]]{{·}} [[Old Street St Mark, Middlesex|Old Street St Mark]]{{·}} [[Old Tower Without, Middlesex|Old Tower Without]]{{·}} [[Onslow Square, Middlesex|Onslow Square]]{{·}} [[Paddington All Saints, Middlesex|Paddington All Saints]]{{·}} [[Paddington Christ Church, Middlesex|Paddington Christ Church]]{{·}} [[Paddington Emmanuel, Harrow Road, Middlesex|Paddington Emmanuel, Harrow Road]]{{·}} [[Paddington Holy Trinity, Middlesex|Paddington Holy Trinity]]{{·}} [[Paddington St James, Middlesex|Paddington St James]]{{·}} [[Paddington St John, Middlesex|Paddington St John]]{{·}} [[Paddington St Luke, Middlesex|Paddington St Luke]]{{·}} [[Paddington St Magdalene, Middlesex|Paddington St Magdalene]]{{·}} [[Paddington St Mary, Middlesex|Paddington St Mary]]{{·}} [[Paddington St Michael and All Angels, Middlesex|Paddington St Michael and All Angels]]{{·}} [[Paddington St Michael and All Angels with All Saints, Middlesex|Paddington St Michael and All Angels with All Saints]]{{·}} [[Paddington St Paul, Middlesex|Paddington St Paul]]{{·}} [[Paddington St Peter, Middlesex|Paddington St Peter]]{{·}} [[Paddington St Saviour, Middlesex|Paddington St Saviour]]{{·}} [[Paddington St Simon, Saltram Crescent, Middlesex|Paddington St Simon, Saltram Crescent]]{{·}} [[Paddington St Stephen, Middlesex|Paddington St Stephen]]{{·}} [[Palmer's Green, Middlesex|Palmer's Green]]{{·}} [[Pell Street, Middlesex|Pell Street]]{{·}} [[Pentol Street, Middlesex|Pentol Street]]{{·}} [[Pentonville, Middlesex|Pentonville]]{{·}} [[Perivale, Middlesex|Perivale]]{{·}} [[Pimlico St Barnabas, Middlesex|Pimlico St Barnabas]]{{·}} [[Pimlico St Gabriel, Middlesex|Pimlico St Gabriel]]{{·}} [[Pimlico St Mary, Graham Street, Middlesex|Pimlico St Mary, Graham Street]]{{·}} [[Pimlico St Peter, Middlesex|Pimlico St Peter]]{{·}} [[Pinner, Middlesex|Pinner]]{{·}} [[Ponder's End, Middlesex|Ponder's End]]{{·}} [[Poplar Christ Church, Middlesex|Poplar Christ Church]]{{·}} [[Poplar St Frideswide, Middlesex|Poplar St Frideswide]]{{·}} [[Poplar St Matthias, Middlesex|Poplar St Matthias]]{{·}} [[Poplar St Saviour, Middlesex|Poplar St Saviour]]{{·}} [[Poplar St Stephen, Middlesex|Poplar St Stephen]]{{·}} [[Poplar All Saints, Middlesex|Poplar All Saints]]{{·}} [[Portland Place, Middlesex|Portland Place]]{{·}} [[Portland Town, Middlesex|Portland Town]]{{·}} [[Portman Square, Middlesex|Portman Square]]{{·}} [[Portman Square St Paul, Middlesex|Portman Square St Paul]]{{·}} [[Potter's Bar, Middlesex|Potter's Bar]]{{·}} [[Precinct of St Katherine, Middlesex|Precinct of St Katherine]]{{·}} [[Precinct of the Savoy, Middlesex|Precinct of the Savoy]]{{·}} [[Primrose Hill, Middlesex|Primrose Hill]]{{·}} [[Queen Charlotte's Hospital Marylebone Rd, Hammersmith]]{{·}} [[Ratcliffe, Middlesex|Ratcliffe]]{{·}} [[Regent Square, Middlesex|Regent Square]]{{·}} [[Regent's Park, Middlesex|Regent's Park]]{{·}} [[Regent's Park Christ Church, St Pancras Christ Church, Albany Street, Middlesex|Regent's Park Christ Church, St Pancras Christ Church, Albany Street]]{{·}} [[Roxeth, Middlesex|Roxeth]]{{·}} [[Ruislip, Middlesex|Ruislip]]{{·}} [[Saffron Hill, Middlesex|Saffron Hill]]{{·}} [[Shacklewell, Middlesex|Shacklewell]]{{·}} [[Shadwell, Middlesex|Shadwell]]{{·}} [[Shepperton, Middlesex|Shepperton]]{{·}} [[Shoreditch Holy Trinity, Middlesex|Shoreditch Holy Trinity]]{{·}} [[Shoreditch St Agatha, Middlesex|Shoreditch St Agatha]]{{·}} [[Shoreditch St James, Curtain Road, Middlesex|Shoreditch St James, Curtain Road]]{{·}} [[Shoreditch St Michael, Middlesex|Shoreditch St Michael]]{{·}} [[Shoreditch St Leonard, Middlesex|Shoreditch St Leonard]]{{·}} [[Somers Town, Middlesex|Somers Town]]{{·}} [[Somers Town Christ Church, Middlesex|Somers Town Christ Church]]{{·}} [[South Acton, Middlesex|South Acton]]{{·}} [[South Hackney Christchurch, Middlesex|South Hackney Christchurch]]{{·}} [[South Hackney St Augustine, Middlesex|South Hackney St Augustine]]{{·}} [[South Hackney St Michael and All Angels, Middlesex|South Hackney St Michael and All Angels]]{{·}} [[South Hackney St John of Jerusalem, Middlesex|South Hackney St John of Jerusalem]]{{·}} [[South Hampstead, Middlesex|South Hampstead]]{{·}} [[South Hornsey, Middlesex|South Hornsey]]{{·}} [[South Kensington St Augustine, Middlesex|South Kensington St Augustine]]{{·}} [[South Kensington St Jude, Middlesex|South Kensington St Jude]]{{·}} [[South Kensington St Luke, Middlesex|South Kensington St Luke]]{{·}} [[South Kensington St Peter, Middlesex|South Kensington St Peter]]{{·}} [[South Kensington St Stephen, Middlesex|South Kensington St Stephen]]{{·}} [[South Mimms, Middlesex|South Mimms]]{{·}} [[South Mymms Christ Church, Middlesex|South Mymms Christ Church]]{{·}} [[South Mymms St Mary the Virgin and All Saints, Middlesex|South Mymms St Mary the Virgin and All Saints]]{{·}} [[South Street, Middlesex|South Street]]{{·}} [[South Street]]{{·}} [[South Tottenham, Middlesex|South Tottenham]]{{·}} [[Southall Green, Middlesex|Southall Green]]{{·}} [[Southall Holy Trinity, Middlesex|Southall Holy Trinity]]{{·}} [[Southall St George, Middlesex|Southall St George]]{{·}} [[Southgate, Middlesex|Southgate]]{{·}} [[Southgate Christ Church]]{{·}} [[Southgate St Andrew, Middlesex|Southgate St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Southgate St Michael at Bowes, Middlesex|Southgate St Michael at Bowes]]{{·}} [[Spitalfields, Middlesex|Spitalfields Christchurch]]{{·}} [[Spitalfields Christ Church with St Mary and St Stephen, Middlesex|Spitalfields Christ Church with St Mary and St Stephen]]{{·}} [[Spitalfields St Mary, Middlesex|Spitalfields St Mary]]{{·}} [[Spitalfields St Stephen, Middlesex|Spitalfields St Stephen]]{{·}} [[Spring Grove, Middlesex|Spring Grove]]{{·}} [[Holborn St Andrew|St Andrew Holborn]]{{·}} [[St Anne Soho, Middlesex|St Anne Soho]]{{·}} [[St Barnabas in St Marylebone, Middlesex|St Barnabas in St Marylebone]]{{·}} [[St Botolph Without Aldgate with Holy Trinity Minories, Middlesex|St Botolph Without Aldgate with Holy Trinity Minories]]{{·}} [[St Botolph Aldersgate|St Botolph without Aldersgate]]{{·}} [[St Clement Danes, Middlesex|St Clement Danes]]{{·}} [[St Dunstan in the West|St Dunstan in the West]]{{·}} [[St George Hanover Square, Middlesex|St George Hanover Square]]{{·}} [[St George in the East Christ Church, Middlesex|St George in the East Christ Church]]{{·}} [[St George in the East St George, Middlesex|St George in the East St George]]{{·}} [[St George in the East St Mary, Middlesex|St George in the East St Mary]]{{·}} [[St George the Martyr, Middlesex|St George the Martyr]]{{·}} [[St Giles without Cripplegate|St Giles Cripplegate]]{{·}} [[St Giles in the Fields, Middlesex|St Giles in the Fields]]{{·}} [[St James Piccadilly, Middlesex|St James Piccadilly]]{{·}} [[St John the Evangelist in the East, Middlesex|St John the Evangelist in the East]]{{·}} [[St John's Wood All Saints, Middlesex|St John's Wood All Saints]]{{·}} [[St John's Wood St Stephen, Middlesex|St John's Wood St Stephen]]{{·}} [[St Katherine by the Tower, Middlesex|St Katherine by the Tower]]{{·}} [[St Margarets on Thames, Middlesex|St Margarets on Thames]]{{·}} [[St Martin in the Fields, Middlesex|St Martin in the Fields]]{{·}} [[St Mary Le Strand, Middlesex|St Mary Le Strand]]{{·}} [[St Marylebone, Middlesex|St Marylebone]]{{·}} [[St Marylebone All Saints, Middlesex|St Marylebone All Saints]]{{·}} [[St Marylebone All Souls, Middlesex|St Marylebone All Souls]]{{·}} [[St Marylebone Christ Church, Middlesex|St Marylebone Christ Church]]{{·}} [[St Marylebone Holy Trinity, Middlesex|St Marylebone Holy Trinity]]{{·}} [[St Marylebone St Andrew, Middlesex|St Marylebone St Andrew]]{{·}} [[St Marylebone St Barnabas, Middlesex|St Marylebone St Barnabas]]{{·}} [[St Marylebone St Cyprian, Middlesex|St Marylebone St Cyprian]]{{·}} [[St Marylebone St Luke, Nutford Place, Middlesex|St Marylebone St Luke, Nutford Place]]{{·}} [[St Marylebone St Mark, Middlesex|St Marylebone St Mark]]{{·}} [[Marylebone Road, Middlesex|Marylebone Road]]{{·}} [[St Marylebone St Mary, Middlesex|St Marylebone St Mary]]{{·}} [[St Marylebone St Matthew, Middlesex|St Marylebone St Matthew]]{{·}} [[St Marylebone the Annunciation, Bryanston Street, Middlesex|St Marylebone the Annunciation, Bryanston Street]]{{·}} [[St Pancras, Middlesex|St Pancras]]{{·}} [[St Pancras Christ Church, Middlesex|St Pancras Christ Church]]{{·}} [[St Pancras Holy Cross, Middlesex|St Pancras Holy Cross]]{{·}} [[St Pancras Old St Pancras, Middlesex|St Pancras Old St Pancras]]{{·}} [[St Pancras St Bartholomew, Middlesex|St Pancras St Bartholomew]]{{·}} [[St Pancras St Mark, Middlesex|St Pancras St Mark]]{{·}} [[St Pancras St Mary Magdalene, Middlesex|St Pancras St Mary Magdalene]]{{·}} [[St Pancras St Saviour, Middlesex|St Pancras St Saviour]]{{·}} [[St Paul Covent Garden, Middlesex|St Paul Covent Garden]]{{·}} [[St Sepulchre, Middlesex|St Sepulchre]]{{·}} [[Staines, Middlesex|Staines]]{{·}} [[Staines St Peter, Middlesex|Staines St Peter]]{{·}} [[Stamford Brook, Middlesex|Stamford Brook]]{{·}} [[Stamford Hill St Anne, Middlesex|Stamford Hill St Anne]]{{·}} [[Stamford Hill St Bartholomew, Middlesex|Stamford Hill St Bartholomew]]{{·}} [[Stamford Hill St John, Vartry Road, Middlesex|Stamford Hill St John, Vartry Road]]{{·}} [[Stamford Hill St Thomas, Middlesex|Stamford Hill St Thomas]]{{·}} [[Stanwell, Middlesex|Stanwell]]{{·}} [[Staple Inn, Middlesex|Staple Inn]]{{·}} [[Stepney Christ Church, Middlesex|Stepney Christ Church]]{{·}} [[Stepney St Antony, Middlesex|Stepney St Antony]]{{·}} [[Stepney St Augustine, Middlesex|Stepney St Augustine]]{{·}} [[Stepney St Benet, Middlesex|Stepney St Benet]]{{·}} [[Stepney St Faith, Middlesex|Stepney St Faith]]{{·}} [[Stepney St Matthew, Middlesex|Stepney St Matthew]]{{·}} [[Stepney St Paul, Middlesex|Stepney St Paul]]{{·}} [[Stepney St Peter, Middlesex|Stepney St Peter]]{{·}} [[Stepney St Philip the Apostle, Middlesex|Stepney St Philip the Apostle]]{{·}} [[Stepney St Thomas, Middlesex|Stepney St Thomas]]{{·}} [[Stepney St Dunstan, Middlesex|Stepney St Dunstan]]{{·}} [[Stoke Newington All Saints, Middlesex|Stoke Newington All Saints]]{{·}} [[Stoke Newington Common, Middlesex|Stoke Newington Common]]{{·}} [[Stoke Newington St Andrew, Middlesex|Stoke Newington St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Stoke Newington St Faith, Middlesex|Stoke Newington St Faith]]{{·}} [[Stoke Newington St Matthias, Middlesex|Stoke Newington St Matthias]]{{·}} [[Stoke Newington St Olave, Middlesex|Stoke Newington St Olave]]{{·}} [[Stoke Newington St Mary, Middlesex|Stoke Newington St Mary]]{{·}} [[Stonebridge, Middlesex|Stonebridge]]{{·}} [[Stratford Bow St Mary, Middlesex|Stratford Bow St Mary]]{{·}} [[Stroud Green, Middlesex|Stroud Green]]{{·}} [[Sudbury, Middlesex|Sudbury]]{{·}} [[Sunbury, Middlesex|Sunbury]]{{·}} [[Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex|Sunbury on Thames]]{{·}} [[Teddington, Middlesex|Teddington]]{{·}} [[Temple Fortune, Middlesex|Temple Fortune]]{{·}} [[Tollington Park St Anne, Middlesex|Tollington Park St Anne]]{{·}} [[Tollington Park St Mark, Middlesex|Tollington Park St Mark]]{{·}} [[Tollington Park St Saviour, Middlesex|Tollington Park St Saviour]]{{·}} [[Tothill Fields, Middlesex|Tothill Fields]]{{·}} [[Tottenham All Saints]]{{·}} [[Tottenham Christ Church, West Green, Middlesex|Tottenham Christ Church, West Green]]{{·}} [[Tottenham Holy Trinity, Middlesex|Tottenham Holy Trinity]]{{·}} [[Tottenham St Benet Fink, Middlesex|Tottenham St Benet Fink]]{{·}} [[Tottenham St Mary the Virgin, Middlesex|Tottenham St Mary the Virgin]]{{·}} [[Tottenham St Paul, Middlesex|Tottenham St Paul]]{{·}} [[Tottenham St Philip, Middlesex|Tottenham St Philip]]{{·}} [[Tottenham All Hallows, Middlesex|Tottenham All Hallows]]{{·}} [[Tower of London, Middlesex|Tower of London]]{{·}} [[Tufnell Park, Middlesex|Tufnell Park]]{{·}} [[Turnham Green, Middlesex|Turnham Green]]{{·}} [[Twickenham Common, Middlesex|Twickenham Common]]{{·}} [[Twickenham St Mary the Virgin, Middlesex|Twickenham St Mary the Virgin]]{{·}} [[Twyford Abbey, Middlesex|Twyford Abbey]]{{·}} [[Tyburn, Middlesex|Tyburn]]{{·}} [[Upper Charlotte Street, Middlesex|Upper Charlotte Street]]{{·}} [[Upper Chelsea, Middlesex|Upper Chelsea]]{{·}} [[Upper Chelsea St Jude, Middlesex|Upper Chelsea St Jude]]{{·}} [[Upper Chelsea St Saviour, Middlesex|Upper Chelsea St Saviour]]{{·}} [[Upper Chelsea St Simon, Middlesex|Upper Chelsea St Simon]]{{·}} [[Upper Clacton, Middlesex|Upper Clapton]]{{·}} [[Upper Edmonton, Middlesex|Upper Edmonton]]{{·}} [[Upper Edmonton St John, Middlesex|Upper Edmonton St John]]{{·}} [[Upper Holloway All Saints, Middlesex|Upper Holloway All Saints]]{{·}} [[Upper Holloway St John, Middlesex|Upper Holloway St John]]{{·}} [[Upper Holloway St Paul, Middlesex|Upper Holloway St Paul]]{{·}} [[Upper Holloway St Peter, Middlesex|Upper Holloway St Peter]]{{·}} [[Upper Holloway St Stephen, Middlesex|Upper Holloway St Stephen]]{{·}} [[Upper Sunbury, Middlesex|Upper Sunbury]]{{·}} [[Upper Teddington, Middlesex|Upper Teddington]]{{·}} [[Upper Westbourne Park, Middlesex|Upper Westbourne Park]]{{·}} [[Uxbridge Moor, St John the Evangelist Middlesex|Uxbridge Moor St John the Evangelist]]{{·}} [[Uxbridge St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Uxbridge St Margaret]]{{·}} [[Vauxhaul Bridge Road, Middlesex|Vauxhaul Bridge Road]]{{·}} [[Walham Green St John, Middlesex|Walham Green St John]]{{·}} [[Wapping, Middlesex|Wapping]]{{·}} [[Wealdstone, Middlesex|Wealdstone]]{{·}} [[Wembley, Middlesex|Wembley]]{{·}} [[Wembley Park, Middlesex|Wembley Park]]{{·}} [[West Acton, Middlesex|West Acton]]{{·}} [[West Brompton, Middlesex|West Brompton]]{{·}} [[West Drayton, Middlesex|West Drayton]]{{·}} [[West Hackney, Middlesex|West Hackney]]{{·}} [[West Hampstead St Cuthbert, Middlesex|West Hampstead St Cuthbert]]{{·}} [[West Hampstead St James, Middlesex|West Hampstead St James]]{{·}} [[West Hampstead St Luke, Middlesex|West Hampstead St Luke]]{{·}} [[West Hampstead The Trinity, Middlesex|West Hampstead The Trinity]]{{·}} [[West Hendon, Middlesex|West Hendon]]{{·}} [[West Holloway St David, Middlesex|West Holloway St David]]{{·}} [[West Holloway St Luke, Middlesex|West Holloway St Luke]]{{·}} [[West Twyford, Middlesex|West Twyford]]{{·}} [[Westminster Abbey or the Collegiate Church of St Peter, Middlesex|Westminster Abbey or the Collegiate Church of St Peter]]{{·}} [[Westminster Christ Church, Broadway, Middlesex|Westminster Christ Church, Broadway]]{{·}} [[Westminster St Andrew, Middlesex|Westminster St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Westminster St Anne Soho, Middlesex|Westminster St Anne Soho]]{{·}} [[Westminster St James, Middlesex|Westminster St James]]{{·}} [[Westminster St James the Less, Upper Garden Street, Middlesex|Westminster St James the Less, Upper Garden Street]]{{·}} [[Westminster St John the Evangelist, Middlesex|Westminster St John the Evangelist]]{{·}} [[Westminster St Luke, Middlesex|Westminster St Luke]]{{·}} [[Westminster St Margaret, Middlesex|Westminster St Margaret]]{{·}} [[Westminster St Mary, Crown Street, Soho, Middlesex|Westminster St Mary, Crown Street, Soho]]{{·}} [[Westminster St Mary under Croft, Middlesex|St Mary Under Croft]]{{·}} [[Westminster St Matthew, Middlesex|Westminster St Matthew]]{{·}} [[Westminster St Stephen, Middlesex|Westminster St Stephen]]{{·}} [[Westminster St Stephen's Royal Chapel, Middlesex|Westminster St Stephen's Royal Chapel]]{{·}} [[Whetstone, Middlesex|Whetstone]]{{·}} [[Whitchurch, Middlesex|Whitchurch]]{{·}} [[Whitechapel St Jude, Middlesex|Whitechapel St Jude]]{{·}} [[Whitechapel St Mark, Middlesex|Whitechapel St Mark]]{{·}} [[Whitechapel St Mary with St Jude, Middlesex|Whitechapel St Mary with St Jude]]{{·}} [[Whitechapel St Paul with St Mark, Middlesex|Whitechapel St Paul with St Mark]]{{·}} [[Whitechapel St Paul, Dock Street, Middlesex|Whitechapel St Paul, Dock Street]]{{·}} [[Whitechapel St Mary, Middlesex|Whitechapel St Mary]]{{·}} [[Whitefriar's]]{{·}} [[Whitehall Park, Middlesex|Whitehall Park]]{{·}} [[Whitton, Middlesex|Whitton]]{{·}} [[Willesden, Middlesex|Willesden]]{{·}} [[Willesden Green, Middlesex|Willesden Green]]{{·}} [[Willesden St Andrew, Middlesex|Willesden St Andrew]]{{·}} [[Willesden St Matthew, Middlesex|Willesden St Matthew]]{{·}} [[Wilton Place, Middlesex|Wilton Place]]{{·}} [[Winchmore Hill, Middlesex|Winchmore Hill]]{{·}} [[Winchmore Hill Holy Trinity, Middlesex|Winchmore Hill Holy Trinity]]{{·}} [[Woburn Square, Middlesex|Woburn Square]]{{·}} [[Wood Green, Middlesex|Wood Green]]{{·}} [[Woodside Park, Middlesex|Woodside Park]]{{·}} [[Yiewsley, Middlesex|Yiewsley]]
Learning what critical databases and/or indexes are available allows you to more quickly find helpful details of your ancestor. Then you can gain access, via in-house staff or a record agent/searcher; or, through the services of a local volunteer to provide you with the critical search or lookup services. Contact the local archives or repository/library via e-mail for their fees, or for a list of searchers to get the lookup service you want. Here are some helpful websites for finding local volunteers to do a free “lookup” service:
===== <u>North America</u>:  =====
1. http://www.raogk.org/ - Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness
2. http://www.usgenweb.com - U.S. GenWeb network
===== <u>United Kingdom</u>:  =====
1. http://www.curiousfox.org.uk/
2. http://www.britishIslesgenweb.org
3. http://www.parishregisteruklook-upexchange.co.uk/
4. http://www.britishislesgenweb.org/englandmail.html
5. http://www.raogk.org/ - Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness
6. http://www.genuki.org.uk/indexes/MailingLists.html - subscribe then request help
===== <u>Other Countries</u>:  =====
1. Most countries (the&nbsp;counties, or province/states within countries) have volunteers or for-hire agents; ‘google’ to find them
2. http://www.worldgenweb.org/
Here’s a short list of websites (‘archives’) which have thus far posted family histories, pedigrees or genealogies—at little or no cost—online:
• http://books.google.com/ - Google books offers some family history titles
• http://www.archive.org/index.php - Internet Archives
• http://www.lib.byu.edu/fhc/index.php - Family History Archives online
• http://www.one-name.org/ - Guild of One Name Studies
• http://www.ipl.org/div/subject/browse/hum60.60.00/ - Internet Public Library
• http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/FHLC/frameset_fhlc.asp; note: search the Ancestral File, Pedigree Resource file and in the future, the forthcoming new.FamilySearch.org databases
===== <u>Social Networking Websites</u>  =====
=== Major Repositories  ===
Another research aid for assisting researchers to find family genealogical compilations is the social network websites with genealogical intent and content. These sites can have far-reaching capabilities for finding living relatives who are working on or who have already compiled data on in-common family lines and genealogies. They can be a wonderful and a welcome resource. Such websites are great tools for finding distant relatives with an interest in in-common ancestry and with whom you may work cooperatively to identify, share and/or prove in-common ancestral connections. It can further ignite enthusiasm and motivation in the discovery of many more generations of ancestors! Most of the following sites are United Kingdom-based, including:
• http://www.geni.com/ - over 40 million listings
• http://www.ancestryaid.co.uk/- offers great resources; building large database
• http://www.genesreunited.co.uk/ - best online family history social-networking
• http://www.lostcousins.com – a great resource for finding dead &amp; living relatives
• http://www.kindredkonnections.com/ - good offerings for numerous genealogies
• http://www.oneworldtree.com – huge family collections
• http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ - WorldConnect with millions of trees
• http://www.onegreatfamily.com – one of the best online compiled offerings
• http://www.myheritage.com/ - fairly new, significant number of genealogies
• http://www.famillion.com/ - a good database worth checking for compiled data
• http://www.kindredtrails.com – a very significant source of compiled lineages
===== <u>Published Sources</u>  =====
Also, the following published sources can help you identify relatives who have or are currently tracing in-common family lines in England’s large cities:
• The Genealogical Research Directory, published annually by Keith Johnson 929.1025 G286grd, vols. 1983-2006.
• County family history societies publish annual “Member Interests” lists in their respective genealogical or family history journal publications.
Before proceeding to Step 3, here is a consideration: When you are researching an uncommon surname (as the above case), or someone with a very unusual first given name, such as Sebastian, or Provis, or Pleasance, etc., it’s quite possible to skip steps 1 to 3 outlined in this study and proceed directly to Step 4 and obtain a copy of an actual baptismal record or birth certificate, etc., in the original records of England.
Example of an Uncommon Surname - Example 1: Let’s say that Florence Beatrice Bradsell Dunn, came to the United States in the year 1946 but all that’s known is that she was born in “London" but it’s not known precisely where in London. Let’s also suppose you’ve just searched through your family records, and those of extended family members but your searches provide no solution to the precise place of birth. As you search your list of compiled sources, you discover in the www.FamilySearch.org website an entry from one of the databases called Ancestral File, possible clues suggesting her birth could have occurred at Hampstead in the year 1884. With an open mind and using this tidbit of birth data, you directly focus your research now in England’s civil registration indexes and certificates for a possible birth for Florence in the years roughly 1875 to 1895. With such an uncommon surname, you find only one likely birth registered—in the whole of England in the 4th Quarter of 1884 and order her birth certificate. The certificate is hers and it reveals and confirms that Hampstead was in fact her place of birth. The names of parents match that which was already known among living descendants and that which appeared in the compiled source. Thus, this single birthplace clue from compiled sources in the country of settlement (i.e. a source within www.familysearch.org), led your search directly to not only a “London” birth entry, but it helped you verify and confirm her precise birthplace in primary records, and narrowed your search from the whole of “London” with its 28-plus registration districts which comprise Greater London—and quickly helped you locate her precise birth place, birth date and parentage.
This is very possible to do when you have the benefit of researching an ancestor with an unusual or uncommon surname; it can save you the time necessary to search in any or all sources in any country-- indexed records or not!
==== Step 3: Search Indexes: Key to Finding Immigrants' Sspecific Place of Birth  ====
Proceed to find compiled indexes to primary sources in the host-country of settlement to step no. 4 (researching in the national and city records of England), be certain to search the records of the country of settlement, or you are researching strictly in ENgland and if your ancestor came from outside an English city or large township, or from England’s countryside into a city, be sure to census records, church registers, civil registration certificates (marriages and births especially), or search parish poorlaw records such as settlement, examination or removal records, apprenticeships, directories, etc., for further clues about your ancestor’s birthplace.
Here are some ways to access extant surname indexes to various and important genealogical records for England’s large cities:
<br>a. Vital records of births, marriages and deaths located in state health and vital statistics offices around the USA have indexes to their vital records available to in-house patrons; some will conduct index searches over the telephone; contact them via www.vitalrec.com
b. Gateways to websites such as www.cyndislist.com
c. The Family History Library’s Patron Desktop “Favorites” web links available at www.fhlfavorites.info to download free data-rich sites. Search billions of names using many websites at no—or low—cost! Search “England/[name of] County/[Name of] Parish or Subject Heading—i.e. ‘Church records’
d. Private collections, i.e. marriage indexes (see www.genuki.org.uk)
e. ’Look up’ exchanges – see http://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/index/index.html or http://searches.rootsweb., ancestry.com/, or www.raogk.org.
f. County Family History Societies
g. Genuki.org.uk
h. “Google” name of county and the word “index”; Note: numerous free online county-wide indexes exist i. FindMyPast.com j. Ancestry.com ($)
k. Rootsweb.com
l. Worldvitalrecords.com
m. Familysearch.org – try their Family History Library catalog (“Place” Search, then [Name of] “Subject-heading - Index” )
n. Familysearch.labs.org - see “Record Search” – UK/US 15. SSDI.rootsweb.com - Social Security Death Index
o. Footnote.com
p. Guild of One-name Studies at: one-name.org – often has world and country-wide surname listings
<br>Search all of these in order to locate available indexes covering large cities. Indexes may be available for just about any genealogical record type. Numerous indexes have been published and many have been made available solely at archives and libraries. Many are also now posted online including indexes to church records, civil registration of births, marriages and deaths, and census. Indexes to wills, cemeteries, land ownership, military or militia lists may also be available, to a limited extent, and etc.
After having successfully searched indexes to record sources, the researcher normally is led to actual entry found in the original records, which usually provides the precise place of former residence or place of birth in the mother country. Research in the records of the country of settlement is a critical step and usually an essential one at that. If the previous steps haven’t produced the critical place or locale of birth or residence in the city, then original records of the country of settlement must next be consulted. The following original records are the most helpful with i.e. birth data of a big-city emigrant from the mother country:
• Certificates of marriage, death &amp; births: standard format of statutory certificates often request for and often give parents’ names, specific place and date of birth
• Obituaries: may provide helpful and clarifying place name information
• Tombstones: may provide clarifying information on specific place of birth
• Newspaper articles: may give information on business, accounts of tragedy, and stories of interest on your immigrant ancestor
• Funeral home records, where available, may be helpful
• Biographies (when documented)
• Naturalization
• Merchant marine
• Assisted/unassisted ship passenger lists
• Social Security Death Index – Form SS-5—“Social Security Number Record Third Party Request for Photocopy”
• Military U.S. and Canadian (“C” series) records may give birthplace/parentage
• Consulate records of births, baptisms, marriages &amp; deaths in countries
It should be emphasized that death and marriage (and even birth certificates of the children of immigrants) in Australia, New Zealand, United States, and to some extent, Canada, provide (potentially) some of the most crucial birth information to be found anywhere!
<br>Example 2: Let’s suppose that your search in both family records and compiled sources reveals no Florence Beatrice Bradsell birthplace other than merely just “London”. The next step then is proceed to Step 3 and search in vital, church and other records of the state or province in the country of settlement such as Louisiana or New York or Ontario. In Florence Bradsell’s case, after searching in the most likely record sources in the state of Utah—including her tombstone and her newspaper obituary to no avail, you request a copy of her death certificate from the state department of health statistics.
Nationally throughout Australia, in New Zealand, South Africa, most provinces in Canada and now, in a majority of U.S. states, the availability of online indexes makes searching much easier, more convenient and quick. Thus via the state of Utah’s online deaths index, Florence’s death entry is found and her certificate of death obtained for the year 1950 (see below). Her certificate indicates her birth in “Hampstead, London, England” in the year 1884, with the added bonus that it includes the names of both her parents—“Thomas Bradsell” and Catherine Harriet—including her mother’s maiden surname of “Brock”! You’re now ready to search other important records in England in order to confirm this data and for discovering the next generation back. The birth data on death certificates must always be considered secondary source information only and thus used with considerable caution.
<br>The next step of the task is to obtain a copy of Florence’s birth certificate for the year 1884. Her certificate of birth will provide and confirm her birth date, birthplace, and parents’ names.
==== Step 4: Researching in England’s Records to Determine and Prove Place of Birth&nbsp;  ====
The challenge of researching in England’s large cities is in dealing with the large task of searching in huge population bases. Along with large populations comes the challenge of searching through bloated records—i.e. church registers often containing tens of thousands of entries for not just one single parish, but sometimes numerous parishes. Add to this already daunting task, the task of researching in several additional genealogical record types! The sheer number of inhabitants in Greater London and other large cities in England places fact-finding into slow-motion and it becomes the biggest source of frustration, and challenges the very best of researchers. Thus, availability of complete data-bases or “indexes” then, is incredibly helpful and is an enormous boon to genealogists when researching in especially big cities because indexes help you find next-generation ancestry in a mere fraction of the time, versus normal research the ‘old fashioned way’—parish by parish, by parish, and etc.!
Today’s approach to researching ancestry in England is quite different than in the past. Your approach should always include the protocol to always meticulously and comprehensively search for available key indexes or databases. Such indexes can and often now exist for the large cities and towns of England. This could not be said prior to two or three years ago. The danger here, is realizing that a comprehensive “search” for indexes should never be limited to online sites only, but extended to archives, record offices, academic libraries/archives, even local and public libraries—all of which may have both computerized indexes and databases available to in-house patrons only, as well as manual-form (i.e. published books, microform, manuscript) indexes for you to search.
Big city research in England is greatly facilitated when you know or learn what available quick-finding resources (i.e. indexes) there are for England and its large cities. Locate and then search, or, arrange for someone to search on your behalf, all extant indexes or databases for large cities in which you need to conduct research. If you choose not to use available indexes to key primary sources of vital, church and other records, your genealogical research will expend considerable time and in today’s economy will likely fast become an extremely pricey endeavor—especially when researching from abroad.
===== England's Key Genealogical Record Sources  =====
A valuable list is in order, then, which provides researchers with as current a standard list as is remotely possible, of data-rich indexes, databases, calendars or other resources (usually compiled sources) of which you can search to help you to more quickly find possible ancestry in the civil vital or other records of England. Always check against the original primary sources in order to validate what you find in these and all indexes. Recourse must always be taken by looking at original record source[s] when an entry from an index or a compiled source appears to likely be that of your ancestor.
Before presenting a list of indexes for large city researchers, first, let’s identify the most prime and reliable genealogical records—original records held and preserved in archives and record repositories which should be used to prove ancestry in England’s big cities from the present, back to early times. Here’s a list of the more used genealogical record sources of England used to compile family genealogies:
• Civil registration of births, marriages and deaths began July, 1837-present; at General Register Office, London (the national level)
• Civil registration of births, marriages and deaths began July 1837 to present; at the local or registration district level throughout the country
• Census records 1841-1911: all at the National Archives, Kew, Surrey England; many also are available at county record offices
• Church registers 1538-present: registers of the Church of England and nonconformist church registers provide vital information and must be used to compile family pedigrees during this period; are at county record offices, sometimes at the local parish church, or many online indexes and transcribed records are available for roughly 60% of the ancient parishes of England. You can (and should) also Google the following three (or more) terms in order to find names of ancestors in church registers:
• Google: city or borough or regional place-names, or name of record type, i.e. for baptisms or marriages or burials, census, military, and other records; also can add such terms as “index” or, in quotation marks, “surname index“
• City Directories – identify occupations, addresses, tenure of residence
• Occupation, guild, trade or professional records – often give lineage-linked data
• Tax assessment – land tenure and value, address; may suggest ancestral links
• Probate records from 1304 to 1858 – including wills, administrations (admons), calendars, inventories, etc.
• Manorial records – comprise mostly court rolls including court leet, court baron, court customary—all of which dealt with such issues as behavioral, tenancy, land conveyance and management, breaches of custom, crime, trade offenses, and nuisances, etc. [Note: Few of these records have been indexed]
• Land Registry of Deeds – Middlesex from 1708 to 1988
===== Indexes to England's Key Genealogical Record Sources  =====
In identifying the above crucial resources to help prove and to build family pedigrees (above) in big cities, now let’s identify some of the most outstanding indexes to the above records—available either online or at specific locations and which should be searched, first:
#Census records
o www.findmypast.com (1841-1901; also links to the 1911 census) o www.rootsUK.com - 1841 o www.ancestry.co.uk – 1841-1901 online o www.thegenealogist.co.uk – extensive census 1841-1901; probate &amp; church registers indexes or transcriptions o www.nationalarchives.gov.uk – census indexes 1901-1911 o www.genesreunited.org.uk – compilation of tens of millions of entries including living relatives o Google on the words--“place-name” and “census”, or census “year” and the word “index” o The Family History Library’s Patron Desktop “Favorites” links (see under the county name; then listed under the “Census” subject heading; access online at http://fhlfavorites.com/) o Familysearch.org – numerous indexes/databases www.familysearch.org for mostly 1881, 1851; some 1841, 1861 and 1891 o Federation Family History Societies – great resources offered by county societies; most produce long and significant lists of transcribed census records ($) www.ffhs.org.uk o FindMyPast.com – nearly 70 million online parish and church register database ($) o Society of Genealogists, London – www.sog.org ($) – holds a significant collection of published/transcribed census records and indexes o Freecensus.org.uk
• Civil registration indexes o www.freeBMD.rootsweb.com – over 160 million birth, marriage and deaths o www.ukbmd.org.uk – various county births, marriages and death indexes to many registration districts o thbmd.co.uk/search.php - Tower Hamlets civil registration index online
• Parish &amp; church registers o County Record offices – i.e. London Metropolitan Archives and Library. Some big city County Record Offices have transcriptions and indexes to many parish registers and other records, as well as the original records in their collections o City Archives – i.e. Birmingham City Archives o Private collections of transcriptions and indexes – i.e. Marriage Indexes: Nimrod Index (Wiltshire), Baxter Index (Essex) o The Family History Library (see the FHL Catalog online at http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/FHLC/frameset_fhlc.asp) o ’Look up’ exchanges – volunteers respond to your emailed request to search i.e. parish register, transcriptions or indexes to same (see http://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/index/index.html (type “subscribe” in the subject box) or http://www.parishregisteruklook-upexchange.co.uk/) or http://aztecrose.tripod.com/LookupExchange.htm o Federation Family History Societies – great resources offered by county societies; most produce long and significant lists of transcribed parish registers ($) o FindmMyPast.com ($) – nearly 70 million online parish and church register database ($) o Society of Genealogists, London – www.sog.org ($) – the most vast collection of transcribed parish registers to be found anywhere; and much more o Online Parish Clerk Project (OPC) currently online for the following counties with large cities: Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Essex, Hampshire, Kent, Lancashire, Lincoln, Somerset, Sussex, Warwickshire, and Wiltshire. Similar projects available for Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Durham o “Google” name of county and the word “index” and by name of record type, i,e, “marriages”; [Note: there are numerous free online county-wide indexes depending on the county; search parish by parish and county by county] o Origins.net ($) – numerous indexes/databases o Atlas &amp; Index of Parish Registers by Phillimore &amp; Co. publishers ($) – see county section in back for church and census indexes and addresses o Thegenealogist.co.uk ($) – numerous indexes/databases o The Family History Library’s Patron Desktop collection of approximately 7,000 data-rich England Internet links; visit www.fhlfavorites.info and search under county name; then i.e. “Church records” links to numerous free, countrywide, county-wide and parish by parish database transcriptions online o parish register transcriptions online; Genuki.org.uk o Ancestry.co.uk ($) – numerous national databases for numerous records o Freereg.org.uk – nearly 7 million baptismal, marriage, and burials entries o Worldvitalrecords.com – numerous indexes/databases o Familysearch.org – numerous indexes/databases o Family History Library – has thousands of in-house indexes/databases o See or purchase booklet: Marriage and census indexes for family historians by Hampson &amp; Gibson o Bmdregisters.co.uk – free index to non-parochial registers transcriptions with a free index, pay-per-view for each transcribed entry – about 8 million online
• Probate records: o www.fhlfavorites.com under “England”, then [Name of] “county”, then “Probate”; most England counties now have extensive online indexes! o Google the following words: 1) [name of] “county”/big city; 2) “probate”; 3) “index”
• Occupational records: o www.nationalarchives.gov.uk o Guildhall Library: www.cityoflondon.gov.uk - extensive holdings for UK o Family History Library thousands of microfilm holdings for “occupations” o FHL - [Name of] “County” or [Name of] “City - Occupations” - order &amp; search films at FHCs worldwide o www.britishorigins.com $ - apprentices of Great Britain online (1710-1774) o Society of Genealogists (www.sog.org) $ – have some &amp; have a “lookup” service o www.FindMyPast.com $ – Civil service index online o Family History Library “Favorites” – see online at www.fhlfavorites.info under the county names’ “General” folder, under “Occupations”. Many sites!
• Newspapers, etc.: o Gentleman’s Magazine – hundreds of thousands of indexed entries – at http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/ilej/journals/srchgm.htm o London Times from 1790 with index at www.godfrey.org/ o London Gazette from 1665 at www.gazettes-online.co.uk/ o Newspapers in the UK: http://newspapers.bl.uk/blcs/
• Land Registry of Deeds – Middlesex from 1708 to 1988: at the London Metropolitan Archives and Library; visit: www.cityofLondon.gov.uk; email: ask.lma@cityoflondon.gov.uk; or call (tel): 020 7332 3820
• Manorial records: see Manorial Documents Register (MDR) at http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/mdr/ for availability
<br>Additional Helps: • University and other academic libraries and their archives’ collections • The National Archives’ ‘guides’ to research: www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/catalogue/researchguidesindex.asp • British Library - (www.bl.gov.uk) – also little used and under-recognized—for family history and biography! • www.Footnote.com • www.Rootsweb.com – has some links to indexes to church registers and more • www.visionofbritain.org.uk/descriptions/index.jsp - best topographical dictionary on the Internet (Imperial Gazetteer) • https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Main_Page - FamilySearch.org’s new family history wiki-pedia; calling all volunteers!
<br>Regardless of your research experience in primary and original record sources, test your knowledge and see if you’ve done your ‘due diligence’ in the past by looking at the following ‘Where to Find’ list for home, compiled, and/or secondary sources for information on your families. You will be pleasantly surprised. In today’s world, making an orderly approach to tracking all available sources at your perusal is a very difficult task! The following is a standard list of family, home and compiled sources:
 Family &amp; Home Sources o In your home o Extended family members o Distant relatives o Interview close and distant relatives o Family Bible – family data at the D.A.R., some public libraries, or online  Compiled Sources o Family Histories o Pedigrees o Biographies &amp; autobiographies
Where to find ‘repositories’ of compiled sources for families: 1. Online family genealogy sites, pedigrees, history sites:  http://books.google.com  http://www.newberry.org – Chicago’s massive library collection  www.familysearch.org (follow prompt to catalog; do a “Surname” search)  www.fhlfavorites.com – see “England/General/Book search” or England/General/Genealogy”  www.familyhistoryarchives.byu.edu - published family Histories online  http://www.newenglandancestors.org/ - New Eng. Hist. &amp; Gen. Soc.  http://www.acpl.lib.in.us/eresources.html - Allen co., Indiana Pub. Lib.  Dallas TX Public Library
2. Repositories and libraries with published family genealogies, biographies and other compiled source databases; here are their online website addresses: a. Aim25 at: www.aim25.ac.uk (100 London archives) b. Family History Library Catalog (FHLC) c. National Archives of Canada d. The National Archives (NARA) U.S. e. The Genealogical Research Library, Toronto, Canada f. The National Archives - UK g. Provincial archives (Canada) h. A2A (Archives to Arch.) at The National Archives, UK i. The British Library, London j. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. k. County records offices – have numerous family genealogies and pedigrees – Google for their websites and search online catalogs or inventories l. Local Public Libraries—often have published and/or typescript family histories
3. Compiled manuscripts or typescripts, on family histories, genealogies, biographies, and pedigrees in any country around the world, generally may be deposited at: a. State, provincial, local &amp; national archives, i.e. Library of Congress; Provincial archives, National Library, Ottawa b. Research libraries, i.e. Genealogical Research Library, Toronto, Dallas Public Library or Allen County IN – have important genealogical collections c. Society archives and libraries, i.e.www.newenglandancestors.org/ and the D.A.R. – have significant records including, biographies, family Bibles, and much more d. University and college archives - i.e. University of York; BYU - have extensive collections e. County and state historical societies f. College of Arms (London), Lord Lyons (Scotland) g. Large (and frequently small) local public libraries have local genealogical collections
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== Jurisdictions  ==
==== Civil Districts  ====
When civil registration of births, marriages and deaths began in 1837, Middlesex was divided into a number of registration districts, each containing several parishes.&nbsp;&nbsp;The index to the civil records gives the name of the district where an event took place.&nbsp; Click [http://www.ukbmd.org.uk/genuki/REG/mdx.htm here]&nbsp;to see&nbsp;a list of the&nbsp;civil districts in Middlesex and the parishes covered by each.&nbsp; Read more about [[England Civil Registration]].
==== Parishes  ====
See a list of the [[Middlesex Parishes|parishes]] of Middlesex with links to articles.
==== Probate Jurisdictions  ====
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*[[City of Westminster Archives Centre|City of Westminster Archives Centre]]
*[[Guildhall Library|Guildhall Library]]
*[[Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies|Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies]]
*[[London Family History Centre|London Family History Centre]]
*[[London Metropolitan Archives|London Metropolitan Archives]]
*[[Society of Genealogists Library|Society of Genealogists Library]]
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*[http://homepages.gold.ac.uk/genuki/MDX/ GENUKI/Middlesex] This directory website has links to many more websites for Middlesex, arranged by&nbsp;topic.
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Acton · Acton Green St Alban the Martyr · Acton Green St Peter · Acton Vale · Agar Town · Aldersgate Street · Alexandra Park St Andrew · Alexandra Park St Saviour · Alperton · Archbishop Tenison's Chapel · Ashford · Balls Pond · Barnsbury · Bayswater · Bedfont · Bedford Chapel · Bedford New Town · Bedford Park · Belsize Park · Bethnal Green Jews' Episcopal Chapel · Bethnal Green St Andrew · Bethnal Green St Barnabus · Bethnal Green St Bartholomew · Bethnal Green St James the Great · Bethnal Green St James the Less · Bethnal Green St John · Bethnal Green St Jude · Bethnal Green St Matthias · Bethnal Green St Matthew · Bethnal Green St Paul · Bethnal Green St Peter · Bethnal Green St Philip · Bethnal Green St Simon Zelotes · Bethnal Green St Thomas · Bloomsbury St George · Bounds Green · Bow · Bromley All Hallows · Bromley St Gabriel · Bromley St Leonard, St Andrew · Bromley St Michael and All Angels · Bromley St Leonard · Brompton · Brondesbury Christ Church · Brondesbury St Anne · Brookfield St Anne · Brookfield St Mary · Brownswood Park · Buckingham Palace Road · Burleigh Street · Bush Hill Park St Mark · Bush Hill Park St Stephen · Camden New Town St Paul · Camden Town · Camden Town St Michael · Campden Hill · Charterhouse · Charterhouse St Mary · Charterhouse St Mary with Charterhouse St Thomas · Charterhouse St Thomas · Chelsea All Saints · Chelsea Christ Church · Chelsea St Andrew · Chelsea St John · Chelsea St Luke · Chelsea St. Saviours  Chester Square · Chiswick St Mary Magdalene · Chiswick St Michael · Chiswick St Paul, Grove Park · Chiswick St Nicholas · City of London Lying in Hospital Finsbury · Clapton Christ Church · Clapton Park All Saints · Clapton Park All Souls · Clapton St James · Clay Hill · Clerkenwell St John · Clerkenwell St James Pentonville Chapel · Clerkenwell St Mark · Clerkenwell St Paul · Clerkenwell St Peter · Clerkenwell St Philip · Clerkenwell St James · Close of the Collegiate Church of St Peter · Colnbrook · Cowley · Cranford · Cricklewood St Michael · Cricklewood St Peter · Cubitt Town · Dalston Holy Trinity · Dalston St Bartholomew · Dalston St Mark · Dalston St Philip · Davies Street St Anselm · DeBeauvoir Town · Drury Lane · Duchy of Lancaster · Ealing Christ Church · Ealing Common · Ealing Dean · Ealing St James · Ealing St Paul · Ealing St Peter Mount Park · Ealing St Stephen, Castle Hill · Ealing St Mary · East Acton · East Bedfont · East Finchley · East India Docks · East Smithfield Liberty · East Twickenham · Edgware · Edmonton St Adhelm · Edmonton St Mary · Edmonton St Michael · Edmonton All Saints · Edmonton Weld Chapel · Endell Street · Enfield Chase · Enfield Christ Church, Trent Park · Enfield Jesus Chapel · Enfield St George · Enfield St James · Enfield St Luke · Enfield St Andrew · Feltham · Finchley Christ Church, North End · Finchley Holy Trinity · Finchley St Luke · Finchley St Paul, Long Lane · Finchley St Mary · Finsbury Park · Finsbury, City Road St Clement, Middlesex · Finsbury City Road St Matthew · Finsbury St Luke Old St · Finsbury St Paul · Fitzroy Square St John · Fitzroy Square St Saviour · Friern Barnet · Friern Barnet All Saints · Friern Barnet St Peter Le Poer · Fulham All Saints · Fulham Christ Church · Fulham Fields · Fulham St Alban · Fulham St Augustine · Fulham St Clement · Fulham St Dionis, Parson's Green · Fulham St Etheldreda · Fulham St James, Moore Park · Fulham St John, Walham Green · Fulham St Mary Stamford Brook · Fulham St Mary, North End · Fulham St Matthew · Fulham St Oswald · Fulham St Peter · General Lying in Hospital, Lambeth · Golder's Green St Michael · Gray's Inn · Gray's Inn Road · Gray's Inn Road St Jude · Great Marlborough Street · Great Stanmore · Great Windmill Street · Greenford · Greenhill · Hackney Wick · Hackney St John · Hadley · Haggerston All Saints · Haggerston St Augustine · Haggerston St Andrew · Haggerston St Chad · Haggerston St Columba · Haggerston St Mary · Haggerston St Paul · Hammersmith Holy Innocents · Hammersmith St John the Evangelist  · Hammersmith St Luke · Hammersmith St Mary · Hammersmith St Matthew · Hammersmith St Peter · Hammersmith St Saviour · Hammersmith St Simon · Hammersmith St Stephen · Hammersmith St Paul · Hampstead All Souls · Hampstead Christ Church · Hampstead Emmanuel, West End · Hampstead Garden Suburb · Hampstead Road · Hampstead St Paul · Hampstead St Stephen · Hampstead St John · Hampton St Mary · Hampton All Saints · Hampton Hill · Hampton Wick · Hampton Royal Chapel · Hanger Lane St Anne · Hanover Chapel · Hanwell St Mark · Hanwell St Melitus · Hanwell St Mary · Hanworth · Harefield · Haringay · Harlesden All Souls · Harlesden St Mark · Harlington · Harmondsworth · Harrow · Harrow Weald · Harrow on the Hill · Hatch End · Haverstock Hill Holy Trinity · Haverstock Hill St Andrew · Hayes · Hayes St Anselm · Headstone · Hendon All Saints, Childs Hill · Hendon Christ Church · Hendon St Alphage · Hendon St Barnabas · Hendon St Paul Mill Hill · Hendon St Mary · Heston · Heston and Isleworth · Highbury Christ Church · Highbury New Park · Highbury St Saviour · Highbury Vale · Highgate · Highgate All Saints · Highgate Rise  · Highgate St Augustine · Hillingdon · Hillingdon East · Hillingdon St Andrew · Hillingdon West · Holborn, St Andrew · Holborn St Alban · Holborn St George the Martyr · Holborn St John the Evangelist · Holloway Emmanuel, Hornsey Road · Holy Trinity Minories · Homerton · Homerton St Luke · Hornsey Christ Church, Crouch End · Hornsey Holy Innocents · Hornsey Rise · Hornsey Road · Hornsey St George · Hornsey St Luke · Hornsey St Peter · Hornsey St Mary · Hounslow · Hounslow Heath  · Hounslow St Luke · Hounslow St Stephen · Hoxton Christ Church · Hoxton Holy Trinity · Hoxton St Andrew · Hoxton St Anne · Hoxton St John · Hoxton St Mary · Hoxton St Peter · Hoxton St Saviour · Ickenham · Isleworth · Isleworth St John · Islington All Saints · Islington Holy Trinity, Cloudesley Square · Islington St Andrew · Islington St Bartholomew · Islington St James the Apostle · Islington St John the Baptist · Islington St Jude, Mildmay Park · Islington St Mary · Islington St Mary Magdalene, Holloway Road · Islington St Matthew · Islington St Matthias, Caledonian Road · Islington St Michael · Islington St Paul, Balls Pond · Islington St Peter · Islington St Philip · Islington St Stephen · Islington St Thomas · Kensal Green St John · Kensal Green St Jude · Kensal Rise · Kensal Town · Kensington Gore · Kensington St Barnabus · Kensington St Clement · Kensington St Cuthbert, Earls Court · Kensington St Helen · Kensington St John the Baptist · Kensington St Matthias, Earls Court · Kensington St Philip, Earls Court · Kensington St Mary Abbots · Kentish Town St Barnabas · Kentish Town St Benet and All Saints · Kentish Town St Martin · Kentish Town St Silas · Kentish Town St John the Baptist · Kilburn Holy Trinity · Kilburn St Augustine · Kilburn St John the Evangelist · Kilburn St Luke the Evangelist · Kilburn St Mary · Kilburn St Paul · King Square · King's Cross · Kingsbury · Knightsbridge All Saints · Knightsbridge Holy Trinity · Laleham · Liberty of Saffron Hill, Hatton Garden, Ely Rents and Ely Place · Liberty of the Rolls · Limehouse St John the Evangelist · Limehouse St Peter · Limehouse St Anne · Lincoln's Inn · Lincoln's Inn Fields · Lisson Grove · Little Greenford · Little Stanmore · Littleton · London Docks · Lower Edmonton · Lower Holloway · Lower Homerton St Luke · Maida Hill · Mayfair · Mile End New Town All Saints · Mile End New Town All Saints with St Olave · Mile End New Town St Olave · Mile End Old Town Holy Trinity · Mile End Old Town St Luke · Mill Hill St Paul · Millwall · Monken Hadley · Munster Square · Muswell Hill St James · Neasden cum Kingsbury · New Brentford · New Kentish Town · New Southgate · Noel Park · Norlands · North Audley Street · North Hammersmith · North St Pancras · Northolt · Northwood · Northwood Emmanuel · Norton Folgate · Norwood · Notting Hill All Saints · Notting Hill Christ Church · Notting Hill Holy Trinity, Latimer Road · Notting Hill St Clement · Notting Hill St John · Notting Hill St Mark · Notting Hill St Michael and All Angels · Notting Hill St Peter · Oakley Square · Old Artillery Ground · Old Brentford · Old Brentford St Paul · Old Ford St Mark, Victoria Park · Old Ford St Paul, Victoria Park · Old Ford St Stephen · Old Street St Mark · Old Tower Without · Onslow Square · Paddington All Saints · Paddington Christ Church · Paddington Emmanuel, Harrow Road · Paddington Holy Trinity · Paddington St James · Paddington St John · Paddington St Luke · Paddington St Magdalene · Paddington St Mary · Paddington St Michael and All Angels · Paddington St Michael and All Angels with All Saints · Paddington St Paul · Paddington St Peter · Paddington St Saviour · Paddington St Simon, Saltram Crescent · Paddington St Stephen · Palmer's Green · Pell Street · Pentol Street · Pentonville · Perivale · Pimlico St Barnabas · Pimlico St Gabriel · Pimlico St Mary, Graham Street · Pimlico St Peter · Pinner · Ponder's End · Poplar Christ Church · Poplar St Frideswide · Poplar St Matthias · Poplar St Saviour · Poplar St Stephen · Poplar All Saints · Portland Place · Portland Town · Portman Square · Portman Square St Paul · Potter's Bar · Precinct of St Katherine · Precinct of the Savoy · Primrose Hill · Queen Charlotte's Hospital Marylebone Rd, Hammersmith · Ratcliffe · Regent Square · Regent's Park · Regent's Park Christ Church, St Pancras Christ Church, Albany Street · Roxeth · Ruislip · Saffron Hill · Shacklewell · Shadwell · Shepperton · Shoreditch Holy Trinity · Shoreditch St Agatha · Shoreditch St James, Curtain Road · Shoreditch St Michael · Shoreditch St Leonard · Somers Town · Somers Town Christ Church · South Acton · South Hackney Christchurch · South Hackney St Augustine · South Hackney St Michael and All Angels · South Hackney St John of Jerusalem · South Hampstead · South Hornsey · South Kensington St Augustine · South Kensington St Jude · South Kensington St Luke · South Kensington St Peter · South Kensington St Stephen · South Mimms · South Mymms Christ Church · South Mymms St Mary the Virgin and All Saints · South Street · South Street · South Tottenham · Southall Green · Southall Holy Trinity · Southall St George · Southgate · Southgate Christ Church · Southgate St Andrew · Southgate St Michael at Bowes · Spitalfields Christchurch · Spitalfields Christ Church with St Mary and St Stephen · Spitalfields St Mary · Spitalfields St Stephen · Spring Grove · St Andrew Holborn · St Anne Soho · St Barnabas in St Marylebone · St Botolph Without Aldgate with Holy Trinity Minories · St Botolph without Aldersgate · St Clement Danes · St Dunstan in the West · St George Hanover Square · St George in the East Christ Church · St George in the East St George · St George in the East St Mary · St George the Martyr · St Giles Cripplegate · St Giles in the Fields · St James Piccadilly · St John the Evangelist in the East · St John's Wood All Saints · St John's Wood St Stephen · St Katherine by the Tower · St Margarets on Thames · St Martin in the Fields · St Mary Le Strand · St Marylebone · St Marylebone All Saints · St Marylebone All Souls · St Marylebone Christ Church · St Marylebone Holy Trinity · St Marylebone St Andrew · St Marylebone St Barnabas · St Marylebone St Cyprian · St Marylebone St Luke, Nutford Place · St Marylebone St Mark · Marylebone Road · St Marylebone St Mary · St Marylebone St Matthew · St Marylebone the Annunciation, Bryanston Street · St Pancras · St Pancras Christ Church · St Pancras Holy Cross · St Pancras Old St Pancras · St Pancras St Bartholomew · St Pancras St Mark · St Pancras St Mary Magdalene · St Pancras St Saviour · St Paul Covent Garden · St Sepulchre · Staines · Staines St Peter · Stamford Brook · Stamford Hill St Anne · Stamford Hill St Bartholomew · Stamford Hill St John, Vartry Road · Stamford Hill St Thomas · Stanwell · Staple Inn · Stepney Christ Church · Stepney St Antony · Stepney St Augustine · Stepney St Benet · Stepney St Faith · Stepney St Matthew · Stepney St Paul · Stepney St Peter · Stepney St Philip the Apostle · Stepney St Thomas · Stepney St Dunstan · Stoke Newington All Saints · Stoke Newington Common · Stoke Newington St Andrew · Stoke Newington St Faith · Stoke Newington St Matthias · Stoke Newington St Olave · Stoke Newington St Mary · Stonebridge · Stratford Bow St Mary · Stroud Green · Sudbury · Sunbury · Sunbury on Thames · Teddington · Temple Fortune · Tollington Park St Anne · Tollington Park St Mark · Tollington Park St Saviour · Tothill Fields · Tottenham All Saints · Tottenham Christ Church, West Green · Tottenham Holy Trinity · Tottenham St Benet Fink · Tottenham St Mary the Virgin · Tottenham St Paul · Tottenham St Philip · Tottenham All Hallows · Tower of London · Tufnell Park · Turnham Green · Twickenham Common · Twickenham St Mary the Virgin · Twyford Abbey · Tyburn · Upper Charlotte Street · Upper Chelsea · Upper Chelsea St Jude · Upper Chelsea St Saviour · Upper Chelsea St Simon · Upper Clapton · Upper Edmonton · Upper Edmonton St John · Upper Holloway All Saints · Upper Holloway St John · Upper Holloway St Paul · Upper Holloway St Peter · Upper Holloway St Stephen · Upper Sunbury · Upper Teddington · Upper Westbourne Park · Uxbridge Moor St John the Evangelist · Uxbridge St Andrew · Uxbridge St Margaret · Vauxhaul Bridge Road · Walham Green St John · Wapping · Wealdstone · Wembley · Wembley Park · West Acton · West Brompton · West Drayton · West Hackney · West Hampstead St Cuthbert · West Hampstead St James · West Hampstead St Luke · West Hampstead The Trinity · West Hendon · West Holloway St David · West Holloway St Luke · West Twyford · Westminster Abbey or the Collegiate Church of St Peter · Westminster Christ Church, Broadway · Westminster St Andrew · Westminster St Anne Soho · Westminster St James · Westminster St James the Less, Upper Garden Street · Westminster St John the Evangelist · Westminster St Luke · Westminster St Margaret · Westminster St Mary, Crown Street, Soho · St Mary Under Croft · Westminster St Matthew · Westminster St Stephen · Westminster St Stephen's Royal Chapel · Whetstone · Whitchurch · Whitechapel St Jude · Whitechapel St Mark · Whitechapel St Mary with St Jude · Whitechapel St Paul with St Mark · Whitechapel St Paul, Dock Street · Whitechapel St Mary · Whitefriar's · Whitehall Park · Whitton · Willesden · Willesden Green · Willesden St Andrew · Willesden St Matthew · Wilton Place · Winchmore Hill · Winchmore Hill Holy Trinity · Woburn Square · Wood Green · Woodside Park · Yiewsley

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