On Nick Barlay’s family history writing course, you’ll learn how to tell your story through characters, settings and description. The main goal of the course is to turn you research into narrative. The course is held in London on various dates throughout the year. You can book your place online on the website. Visit Website Read more
The London Domesday Survey, officially called the Lloyd George Domesday Survey, allows you to search and view residential data on a very detailed large scale map from 1910. This data is extremely useful for locating your ancestor’s individual property from the period. Visit Website Read more
Find your London ancestors and relatives with this list of links and resources to family history, genealogy and local history records.
Free records for the Ladywell & Brockley cemeteries. There are currently transcripts of 13,700 gravestones which include the names of 37,000 individuals buried there. The cemeteries were originally called Lewisham & Deptford and both were established in 1858. Visit Website Read more
This collection contains electoral registers captured at the London Metropolitan Archives. The records contain lists of names and addresses of registered voters. The register of persons entitled to vote at any election of a member to serve in parliament, or to serve on the county council of the county of London. The records cover the Read more
There are many websites that contain London Burial Records, which you can see below. Greater London Burial Index 1399-1902 Boyd’s London Burials This dataset, completed by Percival Boyd in 1934, is an index to some 243,000 of the burials in the London area 1538-1872. Brompton Cemetery Records City of London Burials London Burial Grounds London Read more