Hampstead Parish Records online

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<script type=text/javascript src=http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show ads.js></script></div></p>I have just been looking online to see if there was anything about the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Kentish Town, whilst browsing I came across a good website called “The Virtual Tour of Hampstead”. Clicking on the tab entitled Family History I have found the following transcripts.

St John’s Hampstead

Christenings 1737 – 1761

Marriages 1738 – 1747, 1813 – 1815

Burials 1813 – 1816

There are also gravestone transcripts & photographs, names from the War Memorial, photos from Hampstead cemetery at Fortune Green and lots more. The coverage might seem a bit patchy, but you could always volunteer to help transcribe more!

A great website with lots of read.


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