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Essex

See General Notes , Record Types and abbreviations for further details

 

Quarterly Meeting Records

  • Essex QM (1667-1881)
  • Essex & Suffolk QM (from 1881)

QM Digests: Essex

  • Births 1613-1837
  • Marriages 1659-1837
  • Burials 1630-1837 

See also London & Middlesex for SW Essex Meetings

  1. Ham & Waltham MM, comprising the SW of the county (mostly now in Greater London) joined London & Middlesex QM in 1691, and was then divided into two. The northern part joined Enfield (latter Tottenham) MM. The southern part was reformed as Barking (later Ratcliffe & Barking ) MM.
  2. From 1667-1753 Colchester Borough was not part of Colchester MM and Essex QM. It had its own Two Weeks Meeting which was directly subordinate to London Yearly Meeting

Essex University Library [Colchester]

  • Essex QM (1667-1881)
  • Essex & Suffolk QM
  • Coggleshall, Colchester & Manningtree MMs and their constituent PMs
  • Colchester Two Weeks Meeting
  • Local copy of Digest

Essex County Record Office [Chelmsford]

  • Witham MM
  • Chelmsford, Malden & Witham PMs
  • microfilm copies of some of the records held by FMH Saffron Walden & Essex University

Friends Meeting House, High Street, Saffron Walden

  • Thaxsted & Felsted MMs
  • Felsted, Saffron Walden & Stansted PMs

Friends House Library [London]

  • London & Middlesex QM
  • Ham & Waltham MM (1667-1691)
  • Enfield (later Tottenham) MM
  • Barking MM
  • Ratcliff & Barking MM
  • the constituent PMs of the afore mentioned MMs

 

See General Notes , Record Types and abbreviations for further details

  

 

 

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Additional information on Essex can be found through GENUKI 

The address & opening times of record offices can be found through ARCHON  

 

 

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