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St. Sepulchre, London, England - Church records
Title:Parish registers of St. Sepulchre Church (London & Middlesex), 1662-1987
Authors:Church of England. St. Sepulchre Church (London)
Film Notes:The ancient ecclesiastical parish of St. Sepulchre was located partly in Middlesex County, but chiefly in London County. The church parish was known most often as St. Sepulchre, or St. Sepulchre Newgate. For civil purposes it was divided in two parishes, each with the same name, one in London and one in Middlesex. The Middlesex portion was transferred to London in 1889. A number of other names have been used for the parish including St. Sepulchre without Newgate, St. Edmund Sepulcher, St. Edmund without Newgate, St. Sepulcher in the Bailey without Newgate, St. Sepulchre in Smithfield, Holy Sepulchre without Newgate, St. Sepulchre Holborn, and more recently as St. Sepulchre Holborn Viaduct with Christ Church Greyfriars and St. Leonard Foster Lane.
Film Items:Microfilm 0374998 Baptisms, burials, 1662-1692; marriages, 1662-1701.
Microfilm 0374999 Baptisms, burials, 1692-1731; marriages, 1701-1731.
Microfilm 0375000 Baptisms, 1731-1768; marriages, 1731-1754.
Microfilm 0375002 Baptisms, 1813-1831.
Microfilm 0375004 Marriages, 1754-1776.
Microfilm 0375005 Marriages, 1776-1802.
Microfilm 0375007 Marriages, 1837-1848.
Microfilm 0375008 Marriages, 1848-1862.
Microfilm 0375009 Marriages, 1862-1882.
Microfilm 0375010 Marriages, 1883-1901; burials, 1731-1774.
Microfilm 0375011 Burials, 1774-1821.
Microfilm 0375012 Burials, 1821-1857, 1900-1904.
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St. Sepulchre, London, England - Church records
Title:Transcripts of parish registers of London, St. Sepulchre without Newgate, London, England, 1662-1754
Authors:Challen, W. H. (William Harold)
Film Notes:St. Sepulchre Parish was located partly in Middlesex, with the larger part in London County, but without the city wall. Ecclesiastically it was one ancient parish, but civilly it became two: St. Sepulchre Holborn (Middlesex) and St. Sepulchre Newgate (London). The church parish was known most often as St. Sepulchre Newgate, or just as St. Sepulchre. (Other names have been used: St. Sepulchre without Newgate, St. Edmund Sepulcher, St. Edmund without Newgate, St. Sepulcher in the bailey without Newgate, and St. Sepulchre in Smithfield.
Film Items:Microfilm 0416719 Vol. 14. 5th of 5 parishes. Transcript of parish registers: marriages, 1662-1754.
St. Sepulchre, London, England - Church records
Title:Parish register transcripts of St. Sepulchre Church (London & Middlesex), 1842-1856, with index to baptisms, 1832-1886
Authors:Church of England. St. Sepulchre Church (London)
Film Notes:St. Sepulchre Parish was located partly in Middlesex, but chiefly in London County. The church parish was known most often as St. Sepulchre, or St. Sepulchre Newgate. A number of other names have been used including St. Sepulchre without Newgate, St. Edmund Sepulcher, St. Edmund without Newgate, St. Sepulcher in the Bailey without Newgate, St. Sepulchre in Smithfield, Holy Sepulchre without Newgate, St. Sepulchre Holborn, and more recently as St. Sepulchre Holborn Viaduct with Christ Church Greyfriars and St. Leonard Foster Lane. For civil purposes it was divided in two parishes, each with the same name, but one in London and one in Middlesex. The Middlesex portion of the civil parish was transferred to London in 1889.
Film Items:Microfilm 0574355 Transcripts of baptisms, marriages & burials, 1842-1856; index to baptisms, 1832-1886.
St. Sepulchre, London, England - Church records
Title:Bishops transcripts for St. Sepulchre Church (London), 1800-1888
Authors:Church of England. St. Sepulchre Church (London)
Film Notes:The ancient ecclesiastical parish of St. Sepulchre was located partly in Middlesex, but chiefly in London County. The church parish was known most often as St. Sepulchre, or St. Sepulchre Newgate. Other names used for the parish include: St. Sepulchre without Newgate, St. Edmund Sepulcher, St. Edmund without Newgate, St. Sepulcher in the Bailey without Newgate, St. Sepulchre in Smithfield, Holy Sepulchre without Newgate, St. Sepulchre Holborn, and most recently as St. Sepulchre Holborn Viaduct with Christ Church Greyfriars and St. Leonard Foster Lane. For civil purposes it was divided in two parishes, each with the same name, but one in London and one in Middlesex. The Middlesex portion was transferred to London in 1889.
Film Items:Microfilm 0568023 Baptisms, marriages, burials, 1800-1812; marriages, 1813 (part).
Microfilm 0568024 Baptisms, marriages, burials, 1813-1823, baptisms, 1824 (part).
Microfilm 0568025 Baptisms, marriages, burials, 1824-1830, 1832-1836, marriages, 1837, baptisms, 1837 (part).
Microfilm 0568026 Baptisms, 1837 (cont.), burials, 1837; baptisms, marriages, burials, 1838-1847, 1855, 1857-1860 (no burials, for 1860), baptisms, 1862 (part).
Microfilm 0568027 Baptisms, 1862 (cont.)-1868; baptisms, marriages, burials, 1831, baptisms, 1869-1888.
St. Sepulchre, London, England - Church records
St. Sepulchre, London, England - Church history
Title:McMurray transcripts
Authors:McMurray, William, 1881-1945
Film Items:Microfilm 1068017 St. Benet Gracechurch -- St. Benet Paul's Wharf -- St. Botolph without Aldersgate -- St. Botolph without Aldgate.
Microfilm 1068017 Parish register extracts from the following London parishes: All Hallows Staining -- All Hallows The Great -- All Hallows The Less -- Holy Trinity the Less -- Holy Trinity Minories -- St. Alban -- St. Alphage -- St. Andrew by the Wardrobe -- St. Andrew Holborn -- St. Andrew Hubbard -- St. Andrew Undershaft -- St. Ann Blackfriars -- St. Anne and St. Agnes -- St. Antholin -- St. Augustine -- St. Bartholomew by the Exchange -- St. Bartholomew the Great -- St. Bartholomew the Less -- St. Benet Fink --
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St. Sepulchre, London, England - Cemeteries
Title:Monumental inscriptions (London and Middlesex)
Authors:Cansick, Frederick Teague
Film Notes:Microfilm of original at the Guildhall Library, London.
Film Items:Microfilm 1068049 Item 1 All Saints Tottenham, cont.
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St. Sepulchre, London, England - Church records
St. Sepulchre, London, England - Occupations
St. Sepulchre, London, England - Poorhouses, poor law, etc.
Title:Parish chest records of St. Sepulchre Newgate (London), 1625-1894
Authors:St. Sepulchre Parish (London)
Film Notes:St. Sepulchre Parish was an ancient ecclesiastical parish, located partly in Middlesex County, but chiefly in London County, without the city of London. It became two separate civil parishes, St. Sepulchre Holborn (Middlesex) and St. Sepulchre Newgate (London). Other names used for St. Sepulchre Newgate include St. Sepulchre Without Newgate, St. Edmund Sepulchre, St. Edmund Without Newgate, St. Sepulchre in the Bailey Without Newgate, and St. Sepulchre in Smithfield.
Film Items:Microfilm 1912128 Item 1 Overseers' daily disbursements (3243/7 cont.), 1826.
Microfilm 1912129 Item 1 Accounts of the Treasurer of the Workhouse (3246/1 cont.-2), 1871-1839.
Microfilm 1912128 Item 2 Receipts and payments to the poor (3244), 1833-1838.
Microfilm 1912129 Item 6 List of poor receiving weekly relief (3261), 1833-1835.
Microfilm 1912128 Item 7 Accounts of the Treasurer of the Workhouse (3246/1), 1800-1817.
Microfilm 1912129 Item 7 List of parish properties & to whom let (3263), 1816-1866.
Microfilm 1912129 Item 8 Register of poor children under fours years old (3265), 1762-1766.
Microfilm 1912129 Item 9 Guardians of Poor Children, minutes (3266), 1806-1833.
Microfilm 1912129 Item 10 Overseers' weekly payments to pensioners and casuals (3272), 1833-1836.
Microfilm 1912129 Items 2 - 3 Workhouse paupers' weekly earnings and allowances, 1819-1838.
Microfilm 1912128 Items 3 - 6 Weekly payments to the outdoor poor (3245/1-8), 1816-1838.
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St. Sepulchre, London, England - Census
St. Sepulchre, London, England - Census - 1801
St. Sepulchre, London, England - Census - 1821
St. Sepulchre, London, England - Census - 1811
Title:An account of the number of persons in the Precinct of Smithfield in the Parish of St. Sepulchre, 1801, 1811, 1821
Authors:St. Sepulchre Parish (London)
Film Notes:St. Sepulchre Parish was located partly in Middlesex, with the larger part in London County, but without the city wall. Ecclesiastically it was one ancient parish, but civilly it became two: St. Sepulchre Holborn (Middlesex) and St. Sepulchre Newgate (London). the church parish was known most often as St. Sepulchre Newgate, or just as St. Sepulchre. (Other names have been used: St. Sepulchre without Newgate, St. Edmund Sepulcher, St. Edmund without Newgate, St. Sepulcher in the Bailey without Newgate, and St. Sepulchre in Smithfield.)
Film Items:Microfilm 1912129 Items 4-5 An account of the number of persons in the Precinct of Smithfield in the Parish of St. Sepulchre, 1801, 1811, 1821

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