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HISTORY of LONDON,

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Dopeydoc

Dopeydoc Report 9 Dec 2012 13:53

If like me you like to post info of history on your tree, so people can see what was happening at the time, I recommend two books, ( get from library ) - Dr Johnsons London, plus Londons Lost Rivers, this also has an interesting website,+
www.derelictlondon.com inc, Railway Stations , Graveyards etc.

HOPE THIS IS USEFULL > dACE

Chrispynoodle

Chrispynoodle Report 11 Dec 2012 17:26

See also London in the Nineteenth Century (by Jerry White) as well as London in Eighteenth Century (by same author)...excellent reads. Reading the latter at the moment.

emeritus

emeritus Report 19 Dec 2012 22:52

Worth a look also, www.spitalfieldslife.com