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Links are to transcribed 1841 census for that area. But visit the Essex Trade Directory Listing too
Every Essex Public House & All the London Pubs too
The Pigots 1823-1824 Directory with Links to Essex Public Houses
Hornchurch, High Street 1908 - an example.
The Essex Pub - enjoy, John Mead & myself plus others have put an incredible effort into updating Ian Hunter's Essexpubs site , this site always continues to get better - it now includes most of the South east of england
There are nine seriously good pages of Essex & Suffolk village sites @ :
Seax The Essex Record Office online search engine - The staff are totally committed and always extremely friendly and helpful. Well done. This search engine is free, and better than anything else I have ever visited. Just login as guest.
The University of Leicester Digital Archives - Lots of trade directories , and lots more - all scanned and searchable through keywords.
Brilliant site from the Foxearth Historical society, with many census and lots of useful and very interesting pages. Well done, many years has gone into producing the genealogy and history that abounds.
LDS for the IGI and 1881 census - best all rounder.
As a great church believer, it has to be the LDS at - www.familysearch.org http://www.familysearch.org/ Some of the IGI genealogy detail is VERY open to scrutiny, like mine probably.
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hughwallis/IGIBatchNumbers/CountryEngland.htm#PageTitle Brilliant way of searching the IGI by village......... Thanks to Helen Wilson for this link.
In Romford, another brilliant site - Romford, Now & Then
Plus http://www.cfhs.org.uk/1851Index/ - I know it is Cambridge genealogy - search the 1851 census.
Victoria County History of Essex
This is an amazing piece of research being undertaken by the history department at the University of Essex. Well worth a good research, and a good read too
A new site I found which is brilliant for its Vision of Britain through time - ,I also found the greenwood map of London in 1827 through the EOLFHS (use google for this)
To join the
genealogy message board
at Rootsweb for Essex, or try this
link (many old links do not work), it works - cool !
Earls Colne parish records and MORE - Earls Colne genealogy, and everything you could ever want to know - more years than you can remember went into this site!
The Old Bailey Courts are online- Do you want to know what some of your naughty ancestors were up to, or whom they were putting into prison?
Workhouses in Essex - Rossbret Institutions (probably where I should be). Brilliant!
Workhouses in England - The story as told by Peter Higginbottom
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Clavering Historical site & Clavering genealogy
Norfolk 1841 Census http://www.noah.norfolk.gov.uk/QSearch.aspx Super Norfolk search engine
Dawkins Dawkins genealogy
Essex Witch Trials - I just love this (SAD) http://www.hulford.co.uk/towns.html
Coggeshall Wills in the Archdeaconry of Essex
A brilliant (History) read of the area.