Essex Titles

(+ postage of £1.30)

A transcription of the surviving birth (1866-1914) and death (1914-1917) registers for the Braintree Poor Law Union together with a Register of Vaccinations (1903-1917), a list of Boarded Out Children (Michaelmas 1896) and abstracts from the Boarding Out Committee Minute Book (1910-1918). The Braintree Poor Law Union was formed on 16th December 1835 and originally comprised the parishes of Black Notley, Bocking, Bradwell, Braintree, Cressing, Finchingfield, Great Saling, Panfield, Pattiswick, Rayne, Shalford, Stisted, White Notley and Wethersfield [all Essex]. Fairstead, Faulkbourne, Feering, Great Coggeshall, Hatfield Peverel, Kelvedon, Little Coggeshall, Marks Hall, Rivenhall, Terling and Witham [all Essex] were added on 26th March 1880.

Quantity:
Buy Now:
(+ postage of £1.60)

FULL TITLE:  Colchester Wesleyan Methodist Circuit - Volume One - Baptisms 1793-1838;
                           Members 1823 & 1834.

John Wesley first visited Colchester in 1758 when the town's Society had a membership of 120.  The Colchester Wesleyan Methodist Circuit was formed in 1765 and by 1834 had established chapels at Abberton, Brightlingsea, Colchester, Elmstead, Great Bentley, Hythe, St. Osyth, Weeley and West Bergholt [all Essex].  This booklet contains a transcription of the baptismal entries recorded in the various registers maintained by the circuit and covers the period 1793 to 1838.  Also included is a transcription of the lists of members compiled in 1823 and 1834.

Quantity:
Buy Now:
(+ postage of £1.60)

FULL TITLE:  Colchester Wesleyan Methodist Circuit - Volume Two - Baptisms 1839-1871;
                             Marriages 1847-1859; Burials 1845-1855.

John Wesley first visited Colchester in 1758 when the town's Society had a membership of 120.  The Colchester Wesleyan Methodist Circuit was formed in 1765 and by 1834 had established chapels at Abberton, Brightlingsea, Colchester, Elmstead, Great Bentley, Hythe, St. Osyth, Weeley and West Bergholt [all Essex].  This booklet contains a transcription of the baptismal entries recorded in the various registers maintained by the circuit and covers the period 1839 to 1871.  Also included is a transcription of the marriage entries (1847-1859) and burial entries (1845-1855) recorded in the registers of the Brightlingsea chapel.

Quantity:
Buy Now:
(+ postage of £1.30)

This volume contains a transcription of the 1811 and 1821 censuses for Ardleigh, the 1811 and 1821 censuses of Colchester St. Leonard, the 1811 census of Elmstead and a list of parishioners of Lawford compiled in 1822.

Quantity:
Buy Now:
(+ postage of £1.30)

This volume contains a transcription of the 1801, 1821 and 1831 censuses of Little Baddow, the 1811 census of Sandon, the 1811 census of Wickford and the 1811, 1821 and 1831 censuses of Woodham Walter.

Quantity:
Buy Now:
(+ postage of £1.30)

FULL TITLE: Henham Congregational Church Baptisms 1806-1903.

The registers of baptisms performed at the Congregational Church at Henham commence on the 25th of November 1806, shortly after the formation of the Church and on the same day the chapel was formally opened. This booklet contains a transcription of the baptisms from 1806 to 1903 together with several lists giving details of members received between 1807 and 1913.

Quantity:
Buy Now:
(+ postage of £1.30)

FULL TITLE: Maldon Union - Volume One - Workhouse Births and Deaths 1836-1861.

A transcription of the surviving birth and death registers of the Maldon Poor Law Union for the years 1836 to 1861 inclusive. The Maldon Poor Law Union was formed on 14th December 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Althorne, Asheldham, Bradwell, Burnham, Cold Norton, Creeksea or Crixea, Dengie, Goldhanger, Great Totham, Hazeleigh, Heybridge, Langford, Latchingdon, Little Totham, Maldon All Saints, Maldon St. Mary, Maldon St. Peter, Mayland, Mundon, North Fambridge, Purleigh, St. Lawrence Newland, Southminster, Steeple, Stow Maries, Tillingham, Tollesbury, Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Tolleshunt Knights, Tolleshunt Major, Woodham Mortimer and Woodham Walter [all Essex]. Great Braxted, Little Braxted, Ulting and Wickham Bishop [all Essex] were added on 26th March 1880

Quantity:
Buy Now:
(+ postage of £1.60)

FULL TITLE: Maldon Union - Volume Two - Workhouse Births 1914-1917 and Deaths 1866-1914.

A transcription of the surviving birth register (1914-1917) and death registers (1866-1914) of the Maldon Poor Law Union. The Maldon Poor Law Union was formed on 14th December 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Althorne, Asheldham, Bradwell, Burnham, Cold Norton, Creeksea or Crixea, Dengie, Goldhanger, Great Totham, Hazeleigh, Heybridge, Langford, Latchingdon, Little Totham, Maldon All Saints, Maldon St. Mary, Maldon St. Peter, Mayland, Mundon, North Fambridge, Purleigh, St. Lawrence Newland, Southminster, Steeple, Stow Maries, Tillingham, Tollesbury, Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Tolleshunt Knights, Tolleshunt Major, Woodham Mortimer and Woodham Walter [all Essex]. Great Braxted, Little Braxted, Ulting and Wickham Bishop [all Essex] were added on 26th March 1880

Quantity:
Buy Now:
(+ postage of £1.30)

FULL TITLE: Rochford Union - Workhouse Births 1897-1917 & Deaths 1914-1918.

A transcription of the surviving birth and death registers for the Rochford Poor Law Union. The Rochford Poor Law Union was formed on 10th October 1835 and originally comprised the parishes of Ashingdon, Barling, Canewdon, Eastwood, Great Stambridge, Great Wakering, Hadleigh, Hawkwell, Hockley, Leigh, Little Stambridge, Little Wakering, North Shoebury, Paglesham, Prittlewell (including Southend), Rawreth, Rayleigh, Rochford, Shopland, Southchurch, South Fambridge, South Shoebury and Sutton [all Essex]. Foulness and South Benfleet were added on 30th March 1837, Thundersley on 14th December 1847, Havengore on 24th March 1862 and Canvey Island in 1883 [all Essex].

Quantity:
Buy Now:
(+ postage of £1.70)

FULL TITLE: Saffron Walden Union - Workhouse Births 1836-1913, Deaths 1836-1848 and 1866-1913.

A transcription of the surviving birth (1836-1913) and death (1836-1848 and 1866-1913) registers for the Saffron Walden Poor Law Union. The Saffron Walden Poor Law Union was formed on 6th April 1835 and originally comprised the parishes of Arkesden, Ashdon, Chrishall, Clavering, Debden, Elmdon, Great Chesterford, Great Sampford, Hempstead, Langley, Littlebury, Little Chesterford, Little Sampford, Newport, Quendon, Radwinter, Rickling, Saffron Walden, Strethall, Wendens Ambo, Wenden Lofts, Wicken Bonhunt, Widdington and Wimbish [all Essex].

Quantity:
Buy Now:
(+ postage of £1.60)

FULL TITLE: Tendring Union - Volume One - Workhouse Births & Deaths 1839-1881.

A transcription of the surviving birth and death registers of the Tendring Poor Law Union for the years 1839 to 1881 inclusive. The Tendring Poor Law Union was formed on 16th November 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Alresford, Ardleigh, Beaumont-cum-Moze, Bradfield, Elmstead, Frating, Frinton, Great Bentley, Great Bromley, Great Clacton, Great Holland, Great Oakley, Kirby-le-Soken, Lawford, Little Bentley, Little Bromley, Little Clacton, Little Holland, Little Oakley, Manningtree, Mistley, Ramsey, St. Osyth or Chich, Tendring, Thorpe-le-Soken, Thorrington, Walton-le-Soken or Walton-on-the-Naze, Weeley, Wix and Wrabness [all Essex]. Dovercourt and St. Nicholas Harwich were added on 26th March 1838 and Brightlingsea on 26th March 1880 [all Essex].

Quantity:
Buy Now:
(+ postage of £1.60)

FULL TITLE: Tendring Union - Volume Two - Workhouse Births & Deaths 1882-1915.

A transcription of the surviving birth and death registers of the Tendring Poor Law Union for the years 1882 to 1915 inclusive. The Tendring Poor Law Union was formed on 16th November 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Alresford, Ardleigh, Beaumont-cum-Moze, Bradfield, Elmstead, Frating, Frinton, Great Bentley, Great Bromley, Great Clacton, Great Holland, Great Oakley, Kirby-le-Soken, Lawford, Little Bentley, Little Bromley, Little Clacton, Little Holland, Little Oakley, Manningtree, Mistley, Ramsey, St. Osyth or Chich, Tendring, Thorpe-le-Soken, Thorrington, Walton-le-Soken or Walton-on-the-Naze, Weeley, Wix and Wrabness [all Essex]. Dovercourt and St. Nicholas Harwich were added on 26th March 1838 and Brightlingsea on 26th March 1880 [all Essex].

Quantity:
Buy Now:
Make payments with PayPal - it's fast, free and secure!