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From: "Judy Lester" <>
Subject: Re: [LON] St. Marylebone extractions - what is left?
Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 14:42:09 +0100
It rather depends how early is your "early 1800s". Before about 1825 the
only Anglican church in Marylebone proper was the parish church of St
The Genuki Middlesex pages will tell you which Anglican churches were open
in the area, with dates.
You can then cross-refer with Hugh Wallis's site to check which of these
churches appear on the IGI. I think you will find it covers only two
Anglican ones in Marylebone proper -- the parish church of St Marylebone,
and All Souls Langham Place from 1825 (roughly when it opened). All the
others are nonconformist.
(England - London including Middlesex - St Marylebone)
Then look at the LDS film catalogue to check which registers not covered by
the IGI have been filmed and could be ordered.
(Place Search - Marylebone - Church records)
If you are basing your search on a place of birth given in the census as
Marylebone, be aware that it is an extensive area and might take in places
that we would now consider as being in adjacent districts (St Pancras,
Paddington, Westminster etc.). Do try asking again if you need further help.
From: [mailto:] On
Behalf Of Lorna Pratt
I am new to the list and have been trying to figure out which churches in
St. Marylebone haven't been extracted. I have looked at Hugh Wallis list and
at the familysearch film list and still can't figure out which ones haven't
been extracted. The time period I am interested in at the moment is early
1800's. Names are Perry, Chad, Irvine and Brackenbury.
Has anyone else working in St. Marylebone figured this out?
I'd like to know which films I could order,
Thanks so much,
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