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Hextable Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Baptisms at Sutton-at-Hone 1896-1920 (moved from Swanley 1896) & Swanley Methodist 1855-1893 (moved to Hextable 1896) (over 80 entries) (extended to 1920) CD109v2 £5
Hextable Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Images Baptisms at Sutton-at-Hone 1896-1920 (moved from Swanley 1896) & Swanley Methodist 1855-1893 (moved to Hextable 1896) (over 80 entries) (extended to 1920) CD-OR149 £5
Greenwich St Alfege Burials 1846-1914 (8,000 entries) plus alphabetical index CD134 £8
Eltham St John the Baptist Marriages 1754-1806 (400 entries), 1806-1812 (80 entires) & 1813-1837 (285 entries) plus alphabetical indexes for both Bride & Groom (overall 765 entries) CD133 £5
Eltham St John the Baptist Burials 1923-1931 (1600 entries) plus alphabetical index CD127 £5
Ash St Peter & St Paul Marriages 1738-1954 plus alphabetical index for both brides & grooms (600 entries to 1944 Data Protection) CD130 £5
Ash St Peter & St Paul Composite Registers. Transcript of Baptisms 1560-1737 (1500 entries), Marriages 1562-1737 (900 entries) & Burials 1553-1737 (290 entries) plus alphabetical indexes. CD131 £8
Ash St Peter & St Paul Transcript of Burials 1736-1994 (over 1900 entries) plus alphabetical index CD132 £8
Keston Parish Church (No Dedication): Marriages 1691-1955 plus alphabetical index for both brides & grooms (760 entries) CD129 £8
Keston Parish Church (No Dedication): Full transcript of Burials 1690-1943 plus alphabetical index (2,000 entries). Also includes a transcript of Keston MIs done by NWK back in 1983 and a number of documents found within the Burial register: a transcript of Officiating Ministers 1545-1868; Clarks wages 1636 and a memorandum regarding a house lease in 1602 to Mr Nicholas Pearson then Parson of Keston. CD61v2 £8
St Mary's, St Mary Cray: Full transcript of Burials 1699-1918 plus alphabetical index. CD124 £8
Keston Parish Church (No Dedication): Baptisms 1690-1946 + alphabetical index (2800 entries) CD125 £8
Eltham St John the Baptist Burials 1913-1923 (1600 entries) plus alphabetical index CD126 £5
Eltham St John the Baptist Burials 1931-1938 (1600 entries) plus alphabetical index CD128 £5
Swansvcombe Cemetery : Burials 1895-2006. Index of over 8,000 burials giving name, description of person buried, age, place of death, date of burial and grave number plus alphabetic index. CD123 £8
Bromley Area Miscellaneous disc: Beckenham, St George PRs: Burials 1538-1877. Should read 1976 & the removal of Farnborough, St Giles PRs: Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1538-1652 as incorporated into CD60. CD-MI 1 v2 £10
Dartford Area Miscellaneous disc: The addition of Hartley, All Saints, MIs – Mr M C Brinble; Lessness Heath Baptist Church; Little & Lessness Hundred Hearth Tax 29.09.1662 & Little & Lessness Hundred Hearth Tax 1663.
CD-MI 2 v4 £10
Sevenoaks Area Miscellaneous disc: The addition of Woodbury Park Cemetery Index 1849-1934 CD-MI 3 v4 £10
Milton-next-Gravesend 1848-1875 & 1916-1961 & 1982-1987; Dene Holm 1966-1992 and The Brent Dartford 1979-1992 Methodist Marriages CD-OR166 £10
Greenhithe St Mary: Incorrectly labelled. Should read Baptisms 1857-1967, Burials 1925-1946, Marriages 1858-1954 CD-OR43 £10
Plumstead St Nicholas Marriages 1788-1846 (over 4000 entries) plus alphabetic indexes CD 122 £8
Plumstead St Nicholas Burials 1788-1859 (5,200 entries) plus alphabetic indexes CD 121 £8
Eltham St John the Baptist Burials 1848-1876 (1600 entries) plus alphabetical index. CD118 £5
Eltham St John the Baptist Burials 1876-1896 (1600 entries) plus alphabetical index. CD119 £5
Eltham St John the Baptist Burials 1896-1913 (1600 entries) plus alphabetical index. CD120 £5
Lewisham St Mary Baptisms 1782-1851 (over 10,100 entries) plus alphabetical index. CD113v2 £13
Ash St Peter & St Paul Baptisms 1736-1812 (over 900 entries) includes place of marriage of parents & mother’s maiden name plus alphabetical index. CD115 £5
Lewisham St Mary Burials 1782-1786, 1790-1829, 1830-1854 (over 8200 entries) plus alphabetical index. CD118 £13
Plumstead St Nicholas Baptisms 1788-1861 (over 4000 entries) plus alphabetical index. CD117 £8
CWG & CWGPP Dartford Area: Over 900 images of individual service personnel headstones plus those commemorated on family graves, some of graveyards, and a detailed listing of those either buried or commemorated (supplements CWG website in some instances) – gives name, age, military details and where either buried or commemorated. DVD-OR35 £10
CWG & CWGPP Sevenoaks Area: Almost 800 images of individual service personnel headstones plus those commemorated on family graves, some of graveyards, and a detailed listing of those either buried or commemorated (supplements CWG website in some instances) – gives name, age, military details and where either buried or commemorated. DVD-OR36 £10
CWG & CWGPP Bromley Area (two discs): Over 1700 images of individual service personnel headstones plus those commemorated on family graves, some of graveyards, and a detailed listing of those either buried or commemorated (supplements CWG website in some instances) – gives name, age, military details and where either buried or commemorated. DVD-OR37 £15
Eltham St John the Baptist Baptisms 1890-1918 (1600 entries) plus alphabetical index. CD108 £5
Lewisham St Mary Baptisms 1782-1850 (over 10,100 entries). CD113 £13
Crayford St Paulinus Baptisms 1706-1812 (over 3000 entries) plus alphabetical index. CD114 £8
Eltham St John the Baptist Baptisms 1866-1890 (1600 entries) plus alphabetical index. CD106 £5
Sutton-at-Hone/Hextable/Swanley Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Baptisms 1855-1918 (over 80 entries) + alphabetical index. CD109 £5
Eltham St John the Baptist Burials 1813-1848 (1600 entries) plus alphabetical index. CD110 £5
Erith Cemetery Burials 1884-1937. Index of almost 8,000 burials giving name, description of person buried, age, place of death, date of burial and grave number. CD111 £8.
Erith Cemetery Burials 1937-1962. Index of over 8,000 burials giving name, description of person buried, age, place of death, date of burial and grave number. CD112 £8.
Chislehurst St Nicholas Baptisms 1813-1886 with index (over 3,200 entries) CD101 £8
North Cray St James Marriages 1755-1783 (113 entries) + index CD102 £5
Darenth Asylum Chaplains Interment Register 1880-1904 (over 1300 entries) plus Darenth Asylum Smallpox Deaths (including staff) 1884-1901 (300 entries) both with alphabetical indexes. CD103 £8
Darenth Asylum Burial Register 1878-1985 (2766 entries) plus index. CD63v2 £10
Swanscombe St Peter & St Paul Marriages 1754-1837 (over 650 entries) plus both Bride & Groom Alphabetical Indexes. CD104 £5
Eltham St John the Baptist Baptisms 1840-1866 (1600 entries) plus alphabetical index. CD105 £5
Ash St Peter & St Paul Baptisms 1813-1918 (1500 entries) includes marriage details of parents & mothers maiden name + index. CD107 £5
Dartford St Alban's School Log Books 1893-1915, 1908-1917 etc. CD100
Further information available at library Admission Registers 1921-1940 & Log Book 1918-1950 due to data protection issues.
Knockholt St Katherine: Transcript of Baptisms 1813-1839, Marriages 1813-1837 & Burials 1813-1852 CD83
Dartford: Stone the Brent School: Transcripts of Admission Registers Infants 1898-1917 & Juniors 1894-1917 (over 3,300 entries); Log Book 1894-1912 + index, War Memorial & other miscellaneous information CD87
Further information available at Society’s library 1919-1960 due to data protection issues.
Tunbridge Wells King Charles the Martyr Baps 1813-1860 & Marr 1889-1920 scanned images of transcipts CD95
Sidcup Cemetery 1912-1962 Transcript of Burial Register indexes (6,500 entries) now both numeric & alpha & anomalies corrected CD84v2
Frant St Albans PRs Marr & Baps 1544-1881, Bur 1543-1881, MIs 1630-1999, Guide & photographs of church & village CD89
Groombridge St John the Evangelist History, MIs, War Memorial 1914-1918 & 1939-1945 & other Misc Church Records CD90
Speldhurst Memorials to the Fallen 1815-1945 CD91
Speldhurst St Mary the Virgin Baps 1700-1874 Marr & Banns 1700-1842, Confirmations 1716-1733 images & transcript CD-OR164
Speldhurst St Mary the Virgin Burials 1558-1837, War Memorial 1914-18 & 1939-1945, MIs & other Misc Church Records CD92
Tunbridge Wells 1891 Census transcript (Issue 2) CD93
Tunbridge Wells Congregational Church, Mount Pleasant PRs 1863-1918 & Members of the Church Roll CD94
Tunbridge Wells St John's Marr 1859-1932, Baps 1858-1926 transcript CD96
Tunbridge Wells St Peter's Baps 1875-1931, Marr 1876-1932 transcript CD97
Wadhurst Census transcripts 1841, 1861 & 1891 CD98
Ashurst St Martin Burials 1692-1812 & extracts 1852-1927, Marr 1692-1851, MIs, War Memorial 1914-18 & 1939-45 & Misc Church Records CD99
Crockenhill: Everest Funeral Registers 4 Registers covering 1846-1924 transcribed with over 1200 entries plus surname Index, copies of original images & explanatory introduction CD-OR165
Eltham St John The Baptist: Transcript of Baptisms 1813-1840. 1600 entries CD82
Eynsford St Martin: The addition of Register of Banns 1920-1970 CD-OR66 v2
Eynsford St Martin: The addition of Register of Banns 1920-1970 DVD-OR13 v2
Dartford: Miscellaneous: The addition of Northfleet PRs Baptisms 1539-1653 and 1680-1747, Marriages 1539-1648; MIs for St John the Evangelist CD-MI 2 v3
Sevenoaks: Miscellaneous: The addition of an index to Woodbury Park Cemetery Tunbridge Wells 1849-1934 CD-MI 3 v4
Sidcup Municipal Cemetery 1912-1962: Transcript of Burial Register indexes (6,500 entries) CD84
St Mary Cray Endowment School: Log Book 1867-1918 (106 pages); Mixed School Admissions 1884-1910 (1200 entries); Infants Admissions 1881-1918 (2,300 entries); Punishment Book Mixed & Infants 1909-1917 (130 entries) (3,630 entries in all) CD85.
Additional data is available not published for Data Projection reasons but available to view at the Society’s library. This data may not be sold or copied in its entirety. Mixed & Infants Punishment Book October 1920-April 1940; Infants Admissions 1919-1935.
Sutton-at-Hone St John the Baptist: Baptisms 1813-1840 (800 entries) & a list of Officiating Ministers during this time. CD86
Westerham St Mary : Transcripts of the Registers of St Mary's Church Baptisms c1559-1918; Marriages c1559-c1951; Burials c1562-c1968 Original entries 7,700, now 25,700. CD64v2
The original number of Westerham data on CD64 was 7,700. With the revision and cut of period to 1918 to conform with Data Protection Guidelines, the data has increased to over 25,000 with a further 800 entries for baptisms in the 1919-1940 period. This later data may be viewed at the Society’s Library at Joyden’s Wood but may not be sold or copied in its entirety. The work has taken an inordinate amount of time to re-work and it threw up a number of issues on the 19th-20th data set which needed to be resolved to bring it into line with the earlier data. Because of the increased data we feel we are justified to increase the price of the disc to £13.
Document Reference numbers for the data, with the help of Kent History & Library Centre, are now available (they were not before). Mr Cole has been extremely helpful by sending me his corrected files and answering any queries I had and I have written to thank him.
The original data was transcribed by Ms Margaret Oakley, a local historian of Westerham, who kindly donated the data to the Society. However, a more fulsome transcript for the early years circa 16th, 17th & 18th centuries was later donated by Mr Lionel Cole, also a local historian. NWKFHS transcribed his work from handwritten notes, which were then checked by Mr Cole. However, NWKFHS cannot accept any responsibility for the accuracy of the data of either work as we have not been able to check the data against an original record. Also, the run of records is incomplete in some areas; this is due either to the copy not being legible or to no copy being available to transcribe. There are a number of gaps both transcriptions.
The Society Executive Committee wishes to thank both Ms Oakley and Mr Cole for the donation of their data which represents a considerable amount of effort.
Bexley St Mary Baptisms: Transcript and index of Baptisms 1722-1835 (4880 events) CD78
Bexley St Mary Burials: Transcript and index of Burials 1722-1847 (4750 events) CD79
Bexley St Mary Marriages: Transcript and index of Marriages 1722-1837 (825 events) CD80
Chelsfield St Martin of Tours: Parish Registers 1558-1812 for Baptisms, Marriages & Burials (as originally transcribed by Colyer-Fergusson). Latin entries translated into English, data fully searchable. CD77
Meopham St John the Baptist: Baptisms 1728-1812. CD40. Discontinued and incorporated into CD76. CD76
Meopham St John the Baptist: Baptisms 1728-1871, Marriages 1747-1928, Burials 1728-1906.
Southfleet St Nicholas: PR transcripts: Baptisms 1737-1854; Marriages 1730-1834 & Burials 1783-1864 CD75
Meopham, Mount Zion Baptist Chapel Burials 1834-1990 transcription + Mis in burial ground. Mis in addition & period extended to 1990. CD70 v2
North Cray St James: PR transcripts: Baptisms 1783-1879 & Burials 1783-1918 CD74
Chelsfield St Martin parish registers
Chelsfield is one of only two parishes in west Kent which still hold their original registers at the church. There is partial coverage of these on microfilm at Bromley Local Studies and at the Kent History & Library Centre in Maidstone, and there are transcripts of varying quality covering 1558-1985. But until now access has been somewhat limited. So in 2014 we approached the Rector and PCC for permission to make colour digital photographs of their holdings, and this request was granted. So for the first time, digital images of the registers are available for purchase on CD-Rom. The two disks published by the Society (CD-OR161 & OR162) include all of the data photographed by the Society, subject to cut-off dates imposed by the Data Protection Act. Additionally, on disk OR161 we have included a facsimile of the typed transcript covering 1558-1812 made by Thomas Colyer-Fergusson in 1930. Click here for the publications listing page.
The Society is grateful to the Rector of Chelsfield and in particular to their records custodian Mrs Ann Blatcher for allowing us access to their registers.
Dartford, Joyce Green Hospital burial ground
Many years ago Francine Payne, a local historian on Dartford Hospitals, very kindly passed us photocopies of the burial indexes for the Hospital Cemetery. However there were some missing pages and unreadable data which we managed to retrieve from the London Metropolitan Archives. The cemetery still exists but not in a recognisable form. It was was handed over in 1996 by the local Health Authority and is now a 3.5 acre piece of woodland provided for the residents of Temple Hill Estate.
CD67 is a transcript of the burial ground register, Feb 1902 - Jan 1962. It contains 1,000+ entries, plus a site map and an article on two CWGs.
Society Back Journals
Disks CD68 and CD69 have PDF versions of the complete run of Society back journals, 1978-2013.
Longfield St Mary Magdalene
Disk CD71 is a transcripts of parish registers;. Baptisms 1158-1901; Marriages 1558-1840; Burials 1558-1932.
CD64: Westerham St Mary parish register transcripts
This includes baptisms c1560-c1940 (c7700 entries); marriages c1559-c1951 (c1350); burials c1562-c1968 (c5550). All this data has been transcribed by Maureen Oakley, a local historian of Westerham who has kindly donated the data to the Society. The run of records is incomplete in some areas; this is due either to the copy not being legible or to no copy being available to transcribe. The Society has not been able to check the transcriptions since no access was possible to copies of the original documents. The NWKFHS cannot accept any responsibility for the accuracy of the data. The Society Executive Committee wishes to thank Maureen Oakley for her donation of the data which represents a considerable amount of effort. The data has been edited for this publication by R. Woodward, Society Projects Co-ordinator.
Stop Press - this disk is temporarily withdrawn, awaiting a re-worked transcript.
CD-OR3: Dartford Holy Trinity Marriages 1813-1984
This is now a 2nd edition due to extended date range from 1955.
CD17: Dartford Holy Trinity Burials 1778-1926, transcripts & index
This is a 2nd edition since the data relating to pre-1812 burials has been expanded by some 300 entries and a number of the existing entries amended.
CD62: Bexleyheath Cemetery Burials 1879-1943
This is a full transcript of the registers with index of almost 9,000 burials giving name, description of person buried, age, place of death, date of burial and grave number.
CD63: Darenth Asylum (Hospital), Dartford, Burial Register 1879-1985
A full transcript of the registers with index of over 2,700 entries giving name, date, grave number and age, occasionally other information. There are some photographs of surviving gravestones taken in 2013, and some MIs done some considerable time ago. Not many stones have survived. In addition we have included several articles about the Asylum and its history etc with the kind permission of Francine Payne.
CD57-61: Bromley Area Burial Register Transcripts
We have also extended our coverage of burials in the churchyards of Beckenham, Bromley, Chislehurst, Farnborough & Keston, these are now full transcripts rather than just indexes. We now have: CD57 - Beckenham St George Burials 1813-64; CD58 - Bromley St Peter & St Paul Burials 1813-55; CD59 - Chislehurst St Nicholas Burials 1813-97; CD60 - Farnborough St Giles Burials 1813-73; CD61 - Keston Burials 1813-90.
CD55: Bessels Green Unitarian & Baptist Churches; French Street Private Burial Ground
Disc CD55 lists memorial inscriptions and other transcribed records of three baptist burial grounds. There are two churches in Bessels Green: the Baptist Church, and the Unitarian Church (also formerly Baptist). Each transcript is complemented by a set of gravestone photographs.
The third item on the disk covers French Street private burial ground near Westerham. The disk includes background information, MI transcripts, pictures of the burial ground & gravestones, and a list of probable burials - all transcribed and photographed by Karina Jackson and Chris Barnett. We thank them for allowing their work to be included. A fully comprehensive book has also been created by Karina & Chris entitled 'The Burial Ground at French Street, Westerham, Kent' and further details of how to purchase this will appear in the journal.
CD56: St Edmund’s Pleasance (Upper Burial Ground), Dartford
From quite an early date Dartford Holy Trinity maintained two burial grounds - the churchyard surrounding the church itself, and an Upper Burial Ground on East Hill - about 250m away and now a public open space known as St Edmunds Pleasance. Although MI transcripts have been made from both burial grounds at various times since the 19th century, these were all incomplete even at the time they were transcribed, and no modern transcript or photographs existed. Therefore in 2011 the Society began a new transcript of the Upper Burial Ground MI's. The work was started by Janet Rose and has been carried through to publication by Steve Archer to include monumental inscriptions, photographs, a plot plan and background. The disk also includes the very few remaining gravestones in Holy Trinity churchyard, and the earlier transcripts which record many stones that no longer survive.
Several new publications have been made available recently:
Stone, St Mary the Virgin
Disc CD52 consists of 9759 baptism entriess 1718-1955, with index. This complements the marriages and burials already completed last year - CD41 Burials 1718-1963 and CD42 Marriages 1722-1955; each of these discs contains over 3000 records.
Stone Cemetery, Dartford & Stone St Mary Churchyard
This disc CD-MI5 (2nd edition) includes transcripts of monumental inscriptions and an alphabetical surname index. Stone Cemetery was completed in 2013 but not widely publicised as we were awaiting Monumental Inscriptions from Stone St Mary church. This complements burials for the area for which we are grateful.
Gravesend Cemetery, Burial Registers
CD53 has transcripts of the cemetery burial registers covering 1902-1983 (approx 30,000 entries), which complements CD27 (1839-1901).
Seal, Kemsing and Ightham: Misc. Census, Parish and other records
David Williams, Jean Stirk and many other volunteers have put together a comprehensive database for the area, published as CD54 and made up as follows:
|Parish Records||C1561-1964 M1562-1925 B1561-1924|
|Parish Records||C1561-1920 M1562-1950 B1562-2009|
|Parish Records||C1559-1955 M1560-1955 B1559-1955|
Horton Kirby, St Mary the Virgin
CD51 is a transcription and index of burials, 1813-1954.
Asylum Minute Books
CD50 contains the Metropolitan Asylum District Board Minutes 1890-1930. this is an index to 38 volumes regarding asylums, hospitals, schools, organisations, some personnel and many other topics across what was Greater London at that time.
CD49 contains Bexley Asylum Minute Books 1901-1939: this is an index of some 12,000 names of patients, staff and contractors.
November 2011: Bromley Archives parish registers
We have published a number of new disc items recently. They are from the LB of Bromley Archives holdings. There are nine discs containing facsimiles of parish registers of twelve churches in the parishes of Beckenham, Bromley, Bromley Common, Chelsfield, Chislehurst, Farnborough, Keston and Penge. They contain all the material for these Parishes that is in a fit condition to be handled. We continue with our attempts to obtain permissions to publish the remaining Parish Registers held by Bromley.
To order, see Parish Register & Cemetery Register Publications .
May 2011: Greenwich St Alphege
Our disc CD 39, containing transcriptions & an alphabetical index of Greenwich St Alphege baptisms registers for 1813-38 is now available for sale. The data comprises over 15,000 entries and includes several pages of baptisms that were omitted when the registers were filmed many years ago. This missing data is not available on Ancestry either.
January 2011: Dartford, East Hill Cemetery
We are grateful to Society member Phil Taylor who during 2009-10 recorded and typed up a listing of all the gravestones in Dartford's East Hill Cemetery. He reports:
"There are 973 gravestones with the names of 2,121 people. I divided the cemetery into 8 sections and have produced the following - an introduction explaining how the MIs have been recorded; a short history of East Hill Cemetery. Then eight documents listing the MIs in each section; a hand drawn plan of the cemetery showing the location of each section and 8 plans showing the gravestones within each section; an index in Excel; lists of prominent people buried in the cemetery; accidental deaths, and WW1 and WW2 dead."
The files have been added to our existing CD-MI-2, see Mixed PR & MI Transcripts.
September 2010: Gravesend Cemetery
We have just published a full transcript of burials at Gravesend Cemetery 1839-1901. The CD contains both chronological and alphabetical listings of more than 20,000 burials. Price £10, see Parish Register & Cemetery Register Publications.
August 2010: Miscellaneous Parish Chest Records
This interesting new CD includes around 2730 facsimile pages taken from 17th-19th century Parish Chest material deposited at Medway Archives & Local Studies Centre, Strood. It includes various Churchwardens Accounts, Poor Law records; Settlement Examinations & Removal Orders; also Surveyors of the Highways Accounts etc., for the parishes of Darenth, Dartford, Horton Kirby, Longfield, Meopham, Southfleet and Swanscombe. Each document is supplied as a PDF file, see Miscellaneous Publications for a more detailed listing.
July 2009: New CD-Rom Publications
We have published a number of new items recently. These include a full index of Northfleet Cemetery burials 1893-1983; a transcript & index of the burial register for St Luke Charlton 1754-1963; and assorted Methodist Church baptisms & marriages for Dartford area - Dartford (Spital St) Methodist, Crayford Methodist and Farningham Methodist, c.1837-2004.
The transcripts & indexes of St Margaret Lee parish registers, produced many years ago by Josephine Birchenough, have been scanned and published in PDF format. These have not been generally available before and cover burials 1813-50 & marriages 1754-1821.
Rob Cottrell has recently published a small number of new discs in his Riverside Parish Register index series. His ever popular series on Watermen continues to sell well, copies are available from the Society.
September 2008: Fiche publications now on CD-Rom
During the 1990's the Society published on microfiche a number of transcripts based on our project work, these were mainly of memorial inscriptions (MI's) and parish registers.
Sales of these fiche have been falling for some time, so it was decided this year to re-launch them on CD-Rom. Each of the original publications has been converted to a file in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format. The data has been scanned from fiche masters of variable quality so it cannot be key-word searched in the usual way, but since most of the transcripts incorporate their own surname indexes, finding individual entries is not difficult. The collections are arranged into three geographical areas - Bromley, Sevenoaks and Dartford. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them.
See Mixed PR & MI Transcripts for pricing details and precise coverage.
August 2008: Bromley Vaccinators' Registers
The Society has produced a new CD containing facsimiles of original Vaccinator's registers held in Bromley Archives.
The six registers, ranging from 1899 to 1930, contain the names & addresses of approximately 3000 persons of all ages vaccinated in the local Union building (not inmates).
In addition to these six registers there are about 25 other volumes in the Bromley Archives which are Maternity Hospital based and contain details of a large number of infants vaccinated. These are not on the disc.
June 2008: Edenbridge
The Society has just published on CD-Rom 'Edenbridge - An Index of People and Places 1200-1851'. This work is the result of many years of research by its author, Lionel Cole. It collates a large amount of data he has gathered on the inhabitants of and the places in Edenbridge. Based on many record sources including - parish registers, the parish chest, title deeds, wills, taxation records, judicial records, manorial records, local newspapers and the Tithe Award survey it is divided into two parts. The first part, organised in chapters each of 50 years, lists alphabetically all individuals who can be identified for that period in chronological order. The second part lists chronologically the main points in the history of every house in the village and every farm or group of fields in the countryside, and is illustrated with maps and with photographs of all buildings in the village which were present in 1851. We understand that the Author welcomes feedback from his readers and he continues to research Edenbridge and adjacent parishes so that this work can not be regarded as a final product but as a step forward in a process of discovery.
It is available as either a DVD or a 2 CD set, see pricing information on the Publications page.
April 2008: Parish Registers
April sees the launch of several important new Parish Register image CD-Roms covering a number of populous parishes in the London suburbs. Although some of this data has been available in transcript form for a number of years, most of these are patchy and/or finish in the 19th century, or are not easily available for purchase. The new material, while unindexed, covers in most cases the entire set of deposited registers. The highlights are:
|Deptford St. Nicholas||1563-1933|
|Deptford St. Paul||1730-1966|
|Greenwich St. Alphege||1615-1989|
|Lewisham St. Mary||1703-1921|
|Plumstead St. Nicholas||1654-1898|
|Woolwich St. Mary||1670-1988|
These are all now available for purchase on CD-Rom or DVD (with a few exceptions which are not quite ready but will be added soon). The images are grouped into PDF files and each register page is a high-quality scan similar to this example (from Deptford St Paul marriages, 1740).
Full details and ordering information can be accessed from the main Publications page, look at the section entitled 'Parish Register & Cemetery Register Publications'.
The originals of which are held by the London Metropolitan Archives.