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From: Barbara Randell <>
Subject: PHILLIPS marriage in Kingsland c. 1820
Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2004 09:59:41 +0930
I am still looking for the marriage of James PHILLIPS, a carpenter, and his
wife Mary Ann [JOHNSON?] which must have taken place about 1820. I have not
found a record of it, nor of the baptisms of their 2 eldest sons, both born
Pigots 1826 directory of the villages around London states that "a chapel
is still continued (in Kingsland) and the chaplain is appointed by the
governors of St Bartholomew's (hospital)."
Does anyone know the name of this chapel? Could a marriage have taken place
in this chapel? Could baptisms have taken place there? and where would I
find the records?
Barbara in chilly Brighton SAus