Discover your ancestors who were apprenticed to various livery companies in London between 1442 and 1850. The records may reveal the trade your ancestor was learning, when he was apprenticed, his master’s name and where he was born. Some records may also provide information on the apprentice’s father’s occupation and parish. The original records can Read more

Links to external websites and resources containing London Parish Records available online, including Births/Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths/Burials. Clerkenwell (St. James) Parish Records Christenings 1551-1700, 1701-1754 Marriages 1551-1754 Burials 1551-1665, 1666-1719, 1720-1754 Docklands and East End Baptisms See this page for coverage Docklands and East End Marriages Kensington Parish Church 1539-1635,  Christenings, Marriages, Burials (Middlesex) Middlesex Baptisms Read more

Search the City of London Cemetery and Crematorium records for burials and cremations. The cemetery has been open since 1856 and there are over 150 years of heritage recorded in the Cemetery Burial and Cremation Registers.

Victorian Occupations is an alphabetical list of the occupations or job descriptions of the people living in London in the 1890’s.

The Woolwich & District Family History Society covers not just Woolwich but also Greenwich, Woolwich, Charlton, Plumstead, Eltham, Welling, Bexleyheath and Crayford.

I offer family history research services in the UK, both online and at various record offices. If you are interested in researching your UK family history, but do not know how to do it yourself, don’t have time or live too far away from record offices to visit them in person, I can help!