This month I've decided to keep all of our marriage CDs at a bargain price £4.95! They are a mine of information, and some go back over 400 years!
To take a look at all of them please click here
Also this month I'm offering our last two compendium CDs at £20 below the normal price which is £49.99, so now they are only £29.99!
Docklands Ancestors Compendium CD9: Vols 91-100
This CD comprises volumes 91-100 of the Docklands Ancestors series of parish register Baptism transcriptions.
Volume 91 St George in the East 1877-1893
Volume 92 St Dunstan, Stepney 1689-1697
Volume 93. St Luke, Limehouse 1893-1906
Volume 94 St Dunstan, Stepney 1697-1704
Volume 95 St Matthew, Bethnal Green 1746-1790
volume 96 St Mary, Whitchapel 1558-1590
volume 97 St Dunstan Stepney 1704-1712
volume 98 St Mary, Whitchapel 1590-1605
volume 99 St Bartholomew, Bethnal Green 1844-1872
volume 100 St Dunstan, Stepney 1712-1719
Docklands Ancestors Compendium CD8: Vols 81-90
This CD comprises volumes 81-90 of the Docklands Ancestors Series of parish register Baptism transcriptions.
Volume 81 St Dunstan, Stepney 1652-1656
Volume 82 St Mary Stratford, Bow 1831-1843
Volume 83. St Dunstan, Stepney 1656-1668
volume 84 St James the Great 1844-1869
volume 85 St Andrew Bethnal Green 1843-1876
volume 86 Christ Church Spitalfields 1843-1875
volume 87 St Dunstan Stepney 1668-1679
volume 88 St George in the East Stepney 1893-1901
volume 89 St Dunstan Stepney 1680-1689
volume 90 St Matthew Bethnal Green 1790-1799
To search the marriage records click here: Marriages Don't forget you don't pay to search, all you pay for is for results!
Now In Transcription
St Mary Whitechapel 1703 to 1758
St Luke Limehouse 1846-1875
St John Bethnal Green 1837-1891
Watermen and Lightermen Section: selected CDs
Apprenticeship Bindings 1688-1692
These are the earliest known surviving
indexes from the original register at Waterman's Hall, these records complete the coverage of the apprenticeship bindings.
This CD lists some 12,000 apprentices that were reassigned from their original master to another. In some cases to more than one other master.
1628 Admiralty Muster of Watermen
James has transcribed this document from the National Archives in Kew. On the searchable CD-Rom, there are some 2,393 names of Watermen. Information recorded is forename, surname, age in 1628/9, number of voyages made, location and notes (such as trumpeter, gunner, boatswain).
As you will have noticed, the earliest Company record is dated 1692, so this is a wonderful resource for possibly pushing your history further back in time.
1648 Petition of Watermen for the King.
This document, from the House of Lords, records the names of 2,026 watermen from the last year of the reign of Charles I. It was instigated by the Royal Bargemasters, Nowell Warner and Robert Bursey, and written by the clerk to the Company, Thomas Lowe.
The Petition is the vital link between the earlier 1628 Admiralty Muster and the beginnings of the Company's records in 1692.
Also included on the CD are an index to the names, commentary & analysis by James and image samples of the original 350 year old scroll together with a 1673 list of Watermen in the Tower of London.
To browse our entire collection of Watermen CDs, including our apprenticeship records, please click here: Watermen
Under Oars: Reminiscences of a Thames Lighterman, 1894-1909, by Harry Harris.
An incredibly rare book, one of the only ones written by a Thames Lighterman, about the arduous job of working on the river. I saw more than one on the internet the other day on sale for £120!
Tales of a Thames Lighterman, by Ernest G Murray.
This book is incredibly rare and this is probably one of the only copies on the market!
Thomas Doggett Pictur'd by Walter Leon.
This is a rare first edition and an excellent waterman book to add to your collection!
EAST OF LONDON FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY RECORDS
East of London Family History Society
Census 1891 Hackney Part 1.RG12/0179 - 0194.
Covering: Stoke Newington, Stamfod Hill, West Hackney and Hackney
Tower Hamlets Marriages & Banns (Vol 1)-Disc3 Holy Trinity Minories 1676 - 1754
Christ Church Spitalfields Banns 1833 - 1861
Merchant Taylors Merchant Taylors' Company Membership Index 1530 - 1928
To buy the CD of the complete database (36000 records) click here: Merchant Taylors' Company Membership Index 1530 - 1928
To search the index click : MT Index
BAPTISMS, MARRIAGES AND BURIALS IN NUMEROUS THAMES AND MEDWAY PARISHES
To search the entire collection click below:
Trueflare Thames and River Medway single CDs
Trueflare Thames and River Medway compendium CDs
To browse all of our maps including the Alan Godfrey collection (still at the old price) click here: MAPS
This map remains our most popular, and at only a fiver plus postage, it's a real bargain!
Ecclesiastical Map-County of London 1903
A Map of the Ecclesiastical Divisions within the County of London 1903
The London County Council Bomb Damage Maps 1939–45.
Atlas of over 100 detailed maps printed in colour, with a 22 page introduction by Dr Robin Woolven. The maps cover an irregular area which extends roughly from Hammersmith to Woolwich and from Highgate to Sydenham.
Hardback, published jointly with London Metropolitan Archives. Publication no 164 (2005) By London Topographical Society
WE HAVE ONLY GOT 1 IN STOCK, it is extremely rare, and can only continue to go up in value!
PARISH REGISTER BOOK OFFERS
East End Murders:From Jack the Ripper to Ronnie Kray By Neil Storey. THIS BOOK IS NOW HALF PRICE AT LESS THAN £5!
True Crime History
Neil Storey has drawn on a vast array of original sources-among them witness statements, coroners' reports and court records-to produce a revealing insight into East End's darkest moments.
As well as the murders of Jack the Ripper, he took nine other cases in detail: Ratcliffe Highway 1811, Henry Wainwright dismembered his mistress and rolled up her body in a carpet in 1874......
to the recent murders on Bow Road cinema in 1934 and finally the shooting of George Cornell at the Blind Beggar Pub in 1966
Tales of London's Docklands by Henry Bradford ALSO ONLY £4.99!!!!
"Tales of London's Docklands" is an anthology of true stories, drawn from Henry Bradford's personal experience as a Registered Docker in the Port of London - when traffic through the docks was at its peak
Voices of Stepney By DEE GORDON ALSO ONLY £4.99!!!!!
The book is the unique and fascinating result of many conversations with people who lived and worked in Stepney during 1950 and 1960. Vivid memories are recounted- focusing particularly on social change there is also memories of Stepney Green, the Royal London hospital, cable Street and Brick Lane.
Canning Town Voices (Chalford Oral History S.)by Howard Bloch
Newham Dockland (Images of England S.) by Howard Bloch.
A fascinating collection of 200 images, this book reveals a vanished world,which few people knew.
Changing Times: Southwark Remembered by John D Beasley.
Illustrated with over 130 old photographs Southwark Remembered documents the changing face of the area over the past 150 years and will appeal to those who know or who have lived in the area
Greenwich (Archive Photographs)
This book looks at the history of the Borough of Greenwich from the 1850s to the end of the 20th century.
Remembering Romford (In Old Photographs S.)by Brian Evans
Bethnal Green (Archive Photographs: Images of London S.)by Gary Haines.
The City Of London by Brian Girling
Excellent value at less than a fiver!!!
Hackney Memories by Alan Wilson.
Now a further £2 off this excellent read!
Bethnal Green (Archive Photographs: Images of London S.)by Gary Haines.
£2 off this book too, now at a rock bottom price of £9.99
Here are three excellent second hand books:
A History of Warfare by John Keegan
(paperback) £4 plus £2.70 p&p (uk)
Military Blunders (The how and why of military failure)
by Saul David (paperback) £4 plus £2.70 p&p (uk)
Maritime Power and the Struggle for Freedom 1788-1851
by Peter Padfield (paperback) £4 plus p&p (uk)
(If you are from outside the UK ask Yvonne about postage charges)
If you would like either of these then please email Yvonne (firstname.lastname@example.org
Liquid History:To Commemorate Fifty Years of the Port of London Authority 1909-1959, by Arthur Bryant.
London from the Thames
The Port of London
Thames: Sacred River (Hardcover)
Research Services: If you've come to a dead end, email Esme email@example.com
Ramblings from the Estate
First the good news; you'll be pleased to hear that my ear is better! If you recall I was told that it would take 6 to 8 weeks to get better which meant I had to cancel my debut triathlon as I couldn't go swimming. Consequently I froze my swimming membership and resigned myself to doing a triathlon at a later date. Now, the funny thing is, I went back to the doctor a couple of weeks after finishing the anti-biotics and guess what, it was all clear, after just 3 weeks.....could have done the triathlon after all! Still, the consolation is that instead of doing the triathlon we're spending five lazy days in Norfolk, then another few days up in sunny Yorkshire!
Oh yes, I forget whether I've been keeping you updated about my nose situation! Cast your minds back a year and you may remember I had a nose job; well not quite a nose job, I'm quite happy with the shape of my nose, although it is slightly on the large side.....where was I? Oh yes, my nose is always blocked and last year's op was meant to sort that out, but it made no difference; I still have to breathe through my mouth and I snore like a trooper! Anyway, the long and the short of it is that they are going to have another crack at it next month...yes next month; not during school time, but during my time off!! Plus it means putting up with a bloody nose and wearing a silly looking bandage stretching from one ear to the other for however many days much to the amusement of Her Indoors!
Looks like I spoke (or wrote) too soon! Since writing the first paragraph, and just before going on holiday, would you Adam and Eve it, I've had more pain in my lug hole! So, it was back to the doc who told me I've got another ear infection! More anti-biotics, plus drops this time, this despite me using ear plugs when I go swimming!
Feeling peckish? How about giving this recipe a go? Fruit Brack
a deliciously fruity Irish loaf with a little twist!
If you love cats you'll love this! CATS
Okey dokey everyone, I'm off on my hols, so have a good August and I'll be in touch at the end of the month!
Jno and the gang!