Place:Middlesex, England

NameMiddlesex
Alt namesMxsource: from redirect
MDXsource: Curious Fox: UK Counties and Shires [online] (2002). accessed 16 Dec 2002
Middelseaxansource: Oxford Dictionary of English Place-Names (1998)
Middxsource: Curious Fox: UK Counties and Shires [online] (2002). accessed 16 Dec 2002; Royal Mail: PAF Digest [online] (2002) accessed 16 Dec 2002
Midelsexesource: Oxford Dictionary of English Place-Names (1998)
TypeHistoric county, Administrative county
Located inEngland     ( - 1965)
See alsoLondon, Englandor "County of London", municipality into which part of Middlesex was absorbed in 1889
Greater London, Englandmunicipality into which further parts of Middlesex were absorbed in 1965
Contained Places
Area
Archway ( - 1889 )
Barnsbury ( - 1889 )
Bayswater ( - 1889 )
Bounds Green ( - 1965 )
Brompton ( - 1889 )
Brondesbury ( - 1965 )
Canonbury ( - 1889 )
Chalk Farm ( - 1889 )
Childs Hill ( - 1965 )
Cricklewood ( - 1965 )
Crouch End ( - 1965 )
Dalston ( - 1889 )
Dollis Hill ( - 1965 )
Earls Court ( - 1889 )
East Acton
Farringdon ( - 1889 )
Fulwell ( - 1965 )
Grove Park ( - 1965 )
Gunnersbury ( - 1965 )
Hackney Central ( - 1889 )
Hackney Wick ( - 1889 )
Haggerston ( - 1889 )
Harlesden ( - 1965 )
Heathrow ( - 1965 )
Highbury ( - 1889 )
Holland Park ( - 1889 )
Holloway ( - 1889 )
Hoxton ( - 1889 )
Kensal Green ( - 1965 )
Kenton ( - 1965 )
Kilburn ( - 1965 )
Knightsbridge ( - 1889 )
Lisson Grove ( - 1889 )
Lower Clapton ( - 1889 )
Lower Holloway ( - 1889 )
Maida Vale ( - 1889 )
Muswell Hill ( - 1965 )
Newington Green ( - 1889 )
North Kensington ( - 1889 )
Norwood Green ( - 1965 )
Notting Hill ( - 1889 )
Palmers Green ( - 1965 )
Park Royal ( - 1965 )
Pimlico ( - 1889 )
Ponders End
Poyle ( - 1965 )
Primrose Hill ( - 1889 )
Rayners Lane ( - 1965 )
Regent's Park ( - 1889 )
Shepherd's Bush ( - 1889 )
Soho ( - 1889 )
South Hackney ( - 1889 )
South Harrow ( - 1965 )
South Kensington ( - 1889 )
St. John's Wood ( - 1889 )
Stamford Hill ( - 1889 )
Strawberry Hill ( - 1965 )
Tufnell Park ( - 1889 )
Upper Clapton ( - 1889 )
Upper Holloway ( - 1889 )
West Holloway ( - 1889 )
West Kensington ( - 1889 )
West Kilburn ( - 1889 )
Westbourne Green ( - 1889 )
Whitehall ( - 1889 )
Yeading ( - 1965 )
Borough
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
Borough (metropolitan)
Hackney ( - 1889 )
Hammersmith ( - 1889 )
Hampstead ( - 1889 )
Holborn ( - 1889 )
Kensington ( - 1889 )
London (City of) ( - 1889 )
Paddington ( - 1889 )
Shoreditch ( - 1889 )
St. Marylebone ( - 1889 )
Stoke Newington ( - 1889 )
Westminster ( - 1889 )
Borough (municipal)
Acton ( - 1965 )
Brentford and Chiswick ( 1927 - 1965 )
Ealing ( - 1965 )
Edmonton ( - 1965 )
Enfield ( - 1965 )
Finchley ( - 1965 )
Harrow ( - 1965 )
Hendon ( - 1965 )
Heston and Isleworth ( 1894 - 1965 )
Hornsey ( - 1965 )
Southall ( - 1965 )
Southgate ( - 1965 )
Twickenham ( - 1965 )
Wembley ( - 1965 )
Willesden ( - 1965 )
Wood Green ( - 1974 )
Castle
Tower of London ( - 1889 )
Cemetery
St. Bartholomew the Great ( - 1889 )
Teddington Cemetery
Tower Hamlets Cemetery ( - 1889 )
Westminster Abbey ( 1245 - 1889 )
Chapelry
Shepperton ( - 1965 )
Civil parish
Glasshouse Yard ( - 1889 )
Gray's Inn ( - 1889 )
Hampton Wick ( - 1965 )
Laleham ( - 1965 )
Shepperton ( - 1965 )
St. Sepulchre Middlesex ( c 1800 - 1915 )
Staines ( - 1965 )
Stanwell ( - 1965 )
Sunbury ( - 1965 )
Westminster St. George Hanover Square ( 1724 - 1889 )
District
Hatton Garden
Highams Park
Leyton
Leytonstone
Southall Norwood
Stroud Green
West Harrow
Whetstone
Winchmore Hill
Woodside Park
Extra parochial area
Tower of London ( - 1889 )
Former administrative division
St. Giles ( 1855 - 1900 )
Tower Division ( - 1889 )
Former parish
All Hallows Bread Street ( - 1878 )
All Hallows Honey Lane ( - 1894 )
All Hallows the Great ( - 1889 )
All Hallows the Less ( - 1894 )
Holy Trinity the Less ( - 1666 )
Middlesex St. Luke ( - 1889 )
St. Andrew Hubbard ( - 1666 )
St. Ann Blackfriars ( - 1666 )
St. Bartholomew Moor Lane ( - 1889 )
St. Bartholomew by the Exchange ( - 1840 )
St. Benet Fink ( - 1889 )
St. Benet Gracechurch ( - 1868 )
St. Benet Sherehog ( - 1666 )
St. Botolph Billingsgate ( - 1666 )
St. Christopher le Stocks ( - 1781 )
St. Dionis Backchurch ( - 1878 )
St. Faith under St. Paul's ( - 1889 )
St. Gabriel Fenchurch Street ( - 1666 )
St. Gregory by St. Paul ( - 1666 )
St. John Zachary ( - 1666 )
St. John the Baptist Walbrook ( - 1666 )
St. John the Evangelist Friday Street ( - 1666 )
St. Lawrence Pountney ( - 1666 )
St. Leonard Eastcheap ( - 1666 )
St. Leonard Foster Lane ( - 1666 )
St. Margaret Moses ( - 1666 )
St. Margaret New Fish Street ( - 1889 )
St. Martin Orgar ( - 1889 )
St. Martin Outwich ( - 1874 )
St. Martin Pomeroy ( - 1889 )
St. Martin Vintry ( - 1666 )
St. Mary Bothaw ( - 1666 )
St. Mary Colechurch ( - 1666 )
St. Mary Magdalen Milk Street ( - 1666 )
St. Mary Magdalen Old Fish Street ( - 1893 )
St. Mary Mounthaw ( - 1666 )
St. Mary Somerset ( - 1871 )
St. Mary Staining ( - 1666 )
St. Mary Woolchurch Haw ( - 1889 )
St. Matthew Friday Street ( - 1885 )
St. Michael Crooked Lane ( - 1831 )
St. Michael Queenhithe
St. Michael le Querne ( - 1666 )
St. Mildred Poultry ( - 1872 )
St. Nicholas Acons ( - 1666 )
St. Nicholas Olave ( - 1666 )
St. Nicholas Shambles ( - 1547 )
St. Olave Old Jewry ( - 1887 )
St. Olave Silver Street ( - 1666 )
St. Pancras Soper Lane ( - 1666 )
St. Peter Paul's Wharf ( - 1666 )
St. Peter Westcheap ( - 1666 )
St. Thomas Apostle ( - 1666 )
Hamlet
Colney Hatch ( - 1965 )
Yeading ( - 1965 )
Hundred
Edmonton Hundred
Elthorne Hundred
Gore Hundred
Isleworth Hundred
Ossulstone Hundred
Spelthorne Hundred
Inhabited place
Brentford ( - 1965 )
Camden Town ( - 1889 )
Cowley ( - 1965 )
Cranford ( - 1965 )
Enfield Town ( - 1965 )
Hatch End
Hounslow ( - 1965 )
London (City of) ( - 1889 )
Potters Bar ( - 1965 )
Southall ( - 1965 )
Spring Grove ( - 1965 )
Westminster ( - 1889 )
Whitton ( - 1965 )
Island
Eel Pie Island ( - 1965 )
Military base
South Ruislip ( - 1965 )
Neighborhood
Aldgate ( - 1889 )
Angel ( - 1889 )
Belgravia ( - 1889 )
Bishopsgate ( - 1889 )
Bloomsbury ( - 1889 )
Brick Lane ( - 1889 )
Covent Garden ( - 1889 )
Fitzrovia ( - 1889 )
Furnival's Inn ( - 1889 )
Gospel Oak ( - 1889 )
Greenhill ( 1334 - 1965 )
Highgate ( - 1889 )
Kentish Town ( - 1889 )
Mayfair ( - 1889 )
Middlesex St. Luke ( - 1889 )
Neasden ( - 1965 )
Pentonville ( - 1889 )
Somers Town ( - 1889 )
Staple Inn ( - 1889 )
Tyburn ( - 1889 )
Parish
Acton ( - 1965 )
All Hallows Lombard Street ( 675 - 1889 )
All Hallows London Wall ( - 1889 )
All Hallows by the Tower ( 675 - 1889 )
Ashford ( - 1965 )
Bethnal Green ( - 1889 )
Bloomsbury St. George ( 1729 - 1889 )
Bow ( - 1889 )
Bromley by Bow ( - 1889 )
Charterhouse ( - 1889 )
Chelsea ( - 1889 )
Chiswick
Christchurch Newgate Street ( - 1889 )
Clerkenwell ( 1889 - )
Cowley ( - 1965 )
Cranford ( - 1965 )
Ealing ( - 1965 )
East Bedfont ( - 1965 )
Edgware ( - 1965 )
Edmonton ( - 1965 )
Enfield Town ( - 1965 )
Enfield ( - 1965 )
Feltham ( - 1965 )
Finchley ( - 1965 )
Friern Barnet ( - 1965 )
Fulham ( - 1889 )
Greenford ( - 1965 )
Greenhill ( 1334 - 1965 )
Hammersmith ( - 1889 )
Hampstead ( - 1889 )
Hampton ( - 1965 )
Hanwell ( - 1965 )
Hanworth ( - 1965 )
Harefield ( - 1965 )
Harlington ( - 1965 )
Harmondsworth ( - 1965 )
Harrow Weald ( - 1965 )
Harrow ( - 1965 )
Hayes ( - 1965 )
Hendon ( - 1965 )
Heston ( - 1965 )
Hillingdon East ( - 1965 )
Hillingdon ( - 1965 )
Holy Trinity Gough Square ( - 1889 )
Holy Trinity Minories ( - 1889 )
Homerton ( - 1889 )
Hornsey ( - 1965 )
Ickenham ( - 1965 )
Isleworth ( - 1965 )
Islington ( - 1889 )
Kensington ( - 1889 )
Kingsbury ( - 1965 )
Liberty of the Rolls ( - 1889 )
Liberty of the Tower ( - 1889 )
Limehouse ( - 1889 )
Lincoln's Inn ( - 1889 )
Little Stanmore ( - 1965 )
Littleton
Mile End New Town ( - 1889 )
Mile End Old Town ( - 1889 )
Monken Hadley ( - 1889 )
New Brentford ( - 1965 )
Northolt ( - 1965 )
Norton Folgate ( - 1889 )
Old Artillery Ground ( - 1889 )
Old Brentford ( 1894 - 1965 )
Old Tower Without ( - 1889 )
Paddington ( - 1889 )
Perivale
Pinner ( - 1965 )
Poplar ( - 1889 )
Precinct of the Savoy ( - 1889 )
Ratcliff ( - 1889 )
Ruislip ( - 1965 )
Saffron Hill ( - 1889 )
Shadwell ( - 1889 )
Shoreditch ( - 1889 )
South Mimms ( - 1965 )
Southgate ( - 1965 )
Spitalfields ( - 1889 )
St. Andrew Holborn Above the Bars with St George the Martyr ( 1767 - 1889 )
St. Andrew Holborn Below the Bars ( - 1889 )
St. Andrew Undershaft ( - 1889 )
St. Andrew by the Wardrobe ( - 1889 )
St. Ann and St. Agnes ( - 1889 )
St. Bartholomew the Great ( - 1889 )
St. Bartholomew the Less ( - 1889 )
St. Benet Paul's Wharf ( - 1889 )
St. Botolph Without Aldersgate ( - 1889 )
St. Botolph Without Aldgate ( - 1889 )
St. Botolph Without Aldgate ( - 1889 )
St. Botolph Without Bishopsgate ( - 1889 )
St. Bride Fleet Street ( - 1889 )
St. Clement Eastcheap ( - 1889 )
St. Dunstan in the East ( - 1889 )
St. Dunstan in the West ( - 1889 )
St. Edmund the King and Martyr ( - 1889 )
St. Ethelburga ( - 1889 )
St. George in the East ( - 1889 )
St. George the Martyr ( - 1767 )
St. Giles Without Cripplegate ( - 1889 )
St. Giles in the Fields ( - 1889 )
St. Helen Bishopsgate ( - 1889 )
St. James Duke's Place ( - 1889 )
St. James Garlickhithe ( - 1889 )
St. Katharine by the Tower ( - 1889 )
St. Katherine Coleman ( - 1889 )
St. Katherine Cree ( - 1889 )
St. Lawrence Jewry ( - 1889 )
St. Magnus the Martyr ( - 1889 )
St. Margaret Lothbury ( - 1889 )
St. Margaret Pattens ( - 1889 )
St. Martin Ludgate ( - 1889 )
St. Mary Abchurch ( - 1889 )
St. Mary Aldermanbury ( - 1889 )
St. Mary Aldermary ( - 1889 )
St. Mary Woolnoth ( - 1889 )
St. Mary le Bow ( - 1889 )
St. Marylebone ( - 1889 )
St. Michael Bassishaw ( - 1889 )
St. Michael Cornhill ( - 1889 )
St. Michael Paternoster Royal ( - 1889 )
St. Michael Wood Street ( - 1889 )
St. Mildred Bread Street ( - 1889 )
St. Nicholas Cole Abbey ( - 1889 )
St. Olave Hart Street ( - 1889 )
St. Pancras ( - 1889 )
St. Peter Cornhill ( - 1889 )
St. Peter le Poer ( - 1889 )
St. Sepulchre without Newgate ( - 1889 )
St. Stephen Coleman Street ( - 1889 )
St. Swithin London Stone ( - 1889 )
St. Vedast Foster Lane ( - 1889 )
Stanmore ( - 1965 )
Stepney ( - 1889 )
Stoke Newington ( - 1889 )
Teddington ( - 1965 )
Temple Church ( - 1889 )
Twickenham ( - 1965 )
Uxbridge ( - 1965 )
Wapping ( - 1889 )
Wealdstone ( - 1965 )
Wembley ( - 1965 )
West Drayton
West Twyford ( - 1965 )
Westminster Abbey ( 1245 - 1889 )
Westminster St. Anne Soho ( - 1889 )
Westminster St. Clement Danes ( - 1889 )
Westminster St. James Piccadilly ( 1684 - 1889 )
Westminster St. John the Evangelist ( 1727 - 1889 )
Westminster St. Luke ( 1841 - 1889 )
Westminster St. Margaret ( - 1889 )
Westminster St. Martin in the Fields ( - 1889 )
Westminster St. Mary le Strand ( - 1889 )
Westminster St. Paul Covent Garden ( - 1889 )
Westminster St. Paul's Covent Garden ( - 1889 )
Westminster ( - 1889 )
Whitechapel ( - 1889 )
Willesden ( - 1965 )
Wood Green ( - 1974 )
Yiewsley ( - 1965 )
Parish (ancient)
Hackney ( - 1889 )
Holborn ( - 1889 )
Laleham ( - 1965 )
Staines ( - 1965 )
Stanwell ( - 1965 )
Sunbury ( - 1965 )
Tottenham ( - 1965 )
Place of worship
St. Mary Moorfields ( 1820 - 1889 )
St. Paul's Cathedral ( - 1889 )
Region
East London ( - 1965 )
Registration district
Barnet Registration District ( 1852 - 1946 )
Bethnal Green Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
Bishopsgate Registration District ( 1837 - 1838 )
Brentford Registration District ( 1837 - 1947 )
Chelsea Registration District ( 1841 - 1889 )
Clerkenwell Registration District ( 1837 - 1869 )
Ealing Registration District ( 1947 - 1965 )
East London Registration District ( 1838 - 1869 )
Edmonton Registration District ( 1837 - 1965 )
Fulham Registration District ( 1875 - 1889 )
Hackney Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
Hampstead Registration District ( 1848 - 1989 )
Harrow Registration District ( 1947 - 1965 )
Hendon Registration District ( 1837 - 1965 )
Holborn Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
Islington Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
Kensington Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
London City Registration District ( 1870 - 1901 )
Marylebone Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
Mile End Old Town Registration District ( 1857 - 1889 )
Paddington Registration District ( 1885 - 1889 )
Pancras Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
Poplar Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
Shoreditch Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
South Middlesex Registration District ( 1947 - 1965 )
St. George Hanover Square Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
St. George in the East Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
St. Giles Registration District ( - 1900 )
St. Giles Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
St. James Westminster Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
St. Luke Registration District ( 1837 - 1869 )
St. Martin in the Fields Registration District ( 1837 - 1868 )
Staines Registration District ( 1837 - 1947 )
Stepney Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
Strand Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
Uxbridge Registration District ( 1837 - 1965 )
Westminster Registration District ( 1870 - 1889 )
Westminster St. Margaret Registration District ( 1837 - 1870 )
Whitechapel Registration District ( 1837 - 1889 )
Willesden Registration District ( 1909 - 1965 )
Wood Green Registration District ( 1947 - 1965 )
Rural district
Hendon Rural ( 1894 - 1934 )
South Mimms Rural ( 1894 - 1934 )
Staines Rural ( 1894 - 1930 )
Uxbridge Rural ( 1894 - 1929 )
Suburb
Cockfosters ( - 1965 )
Colney Hatch ( - 1965 )
Crouch End ( - 1965 )
Dollis Hill ( - 1965 )
Eastcote ( - 1965 )
Friern Barnet ( - 1965 )
Golders Green ( - 1965 )
Hampton Wick ( - 1965 )
Hampton ( - 1965 )
Hanworth ( - 1965 )
Harrow Weald ( - 1965 )
Heston ( - 1965 )
Ickenham ( - 1965 )
Little Stanmore ( - 1965 )
Mill Hill ( - 1965 )
Muswell Hill ( - 1965 )
North Harrow ( - 1965 )
Osterley ( - 1965 )
Pinner ( - 1965 )
Rayners Lane ( - 1965 )
South Harrow ( - 1965 )
South Ruislip ( - 1965 )
St. Margarets ( - 1965 )
Stanmore ( - 1965 )
Strawberry Hill ( - 1965 )
Teddington ( - 1965 )
Whitton ( - 1965 )
Yiewsley and West Drayton ( 1929 - 1965 )
Yiewsley ( - 1965 )
Unknown
Hanger Hill
Runwell
Stonebridge
Upper Halliford
Westbourne-Park
Urban district
Acton ( - 1965 )
Brentford ( - 1965 )
Chiswick
Feltham ( - 1965 )
Greenford ( - 1965 )
Hampton ( - 1965 )
Hanwell ( - 1965 )
Harrow ( - 1965 )
Hayes and Harlington ( 1930 - 1965 )
Hendon ( - 1965 )
Heston and Isleworth ( 1894 - 1965 )
Potters Bar ( - 1965 )
Sunbury ( - 1965 )
Teddington ( - 1965 )
Tottenham ( - 1965 )
Uxbridge ( - 1965 )
Wealdstone ( - 1965 )
Wembley ( - 1965 )
Yiewsley and West Drayton ( 1929 - 1965 )
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


Middlesex is one of the historic counties of England. It included the City of London within its territory until 1889, although the city was self-governing from the 13th Century.

In 1889 the administrative area of Middlesex was substantially reduced by the creation of the County of London, which also took in parts of Surrey and Kent.

In 1965, Middlesex was abolished for administrative purposes and most of its territory was added to Greater London. Two small parts of Middlesex did not join Greater London: the Potters Bar Urban District became administratively part of Hertfordshire, whilst the Staines and Sunbury were administratively transferred to Surrey.

Historical overview

the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia

Middlesex (; abbreviation: Middx) is an ancient county in southeast England. It is now entirely within the wider urbanised area of London. Its area is now also mostly within the ceremonial county of Greater London, with small sections in other neighbouring ceremonial counties. It was established in the Anglo-Saxon system from the territory of the Middle Saxons, and existed as an official unit until 1965. The historic county includes land stretching north of the River Thames from west to east of the City of London with the rivers Colne and Lea and a ridge of hills as the other boundaries. The largely low-lying county, dominated by clay in its north and alluvium on gravel in its south, was the second smallest county by area in 1831.

The City of London was a county in its own right from the 12th century and was able to exert political control over Middlesex. Westminster Abbey dominated most of the early financial, judicial and ecclesiastical aspects of the county. As London grew into Middlesex, the Corporation of London resisted attempts to expand the city boundaries into the county, which posed problems for the administration of local government and justice. In the 18th and 19th centuries the population density was especially high in the southeast of the county, including the East End and [[West End of London.

From 1855 the southeast was administered, with sections of Kent and Surrey, as part of the area of the Metropolitan Board of Works. When county councils were introduced in England in 1889 about 20% of the area of Middlesex, along with a third of its population, was transferred to the new County of London. The remainder became an administrative county governed by the Middlesex County Council that met regularly at the Middlesex Guildhall in Westminster, in the County of London. The City of London, and Middlesex, became separate counties for other purposes and Middlesex regained the right to appoint its own sheriff, lost in 1199.

In the interwar years suburban London expanded further, with improvement and expansion of public transport, and the setting up of new industries. After the Second World War, the population of the County of London[1] (as established in 1900) and inner Middlesex was in steady decline, with high population growth continuing in the outer parts.[2] After a Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London, almost all of the original area was incorporated into an enlarged Greater London in 1965, with the rest transferred to neighbouring counties.[3] Since 1965 various areas called Middlesex have been used for cricket and other sports. Middlesex was the former postal county of 25 post towns.

Early history

For more information, see the EN Wikipedia article Middlesex.

Modern history

For more information, see the EN Wikipedia article Middlesex.

Middlesex Research Tips

Parts of Middlesex were absorbed into London in 1889 (Inner London), and some in 1965 (Outer London). Depending on the specific location and the year being investigated it may be necessary to check London records as well as those of Middlesex.

  • See wiki.familysearch.org under "Middlesex" for key information about the jurisdictions and records of Middlesex, plus links to indexes, reference aids and Family History Library holdings.
  • The London Metropolitan Archives (40 Northampton Road, Clerkenwell, London EC1R 0HB) holds records relating to the whole of Greater London. Ancestry (subscription necessary) has produced transcriptions and provides images of lists of baptisms, marriages, and burials in churches across Greater London. These lists start in 1813 and stretch into the 20th century.
  • The Victoria History of the County of Middlesex is a series of volumes available online through British History Online. The volumes were written over the past hundred or so years by a number of authors and cover various sections of Middlesex. A list of the volumes and what each contains can be found under the source Victoria History of the County of Middlesex
  • GENUKI has a long list of websites and archive holders in addition to London Metropolitan Archives above. (The list from GENUKI is not maintained so well that there is never a dead link in it. However, it is often worth googling the title given on the page just in case the contributor has reorganized their website.)
  • GENUKI has a separate page for Middlesex references.
  • GENUKI also has a list of the Archives and Local Studies Libraries for each of the boroughs of Greater London.
  • Registration Districts in Middlesex and Registration Districts in London, are lists of the registration districts used for civil registration (births, marriages and deaths, as well as the censuses). There are linked supporting lists of the parishes which made up each registration district, the dates of formation and abolition of the districts, the General Register Office numbers, and the local archive-holding place. This work has been carried out by Brett Langston under the agency of GENUKI (Genealogy United Kingdom and Ireland) and UKBMD - Births, Marriages, Deaths & Censuses on the Internet.
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