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    1. special offer- online database searches reduced
    2. Hello Docklands Ancestors specialise in the transcription of parish registers from the east end of London that were omitted from the IGI. These are available to search online at _www.parishregister.com_ ( and also available from our Shop in CD and microfiche format. We are currently running a special offer with our online searchable databases. We’ve reduced the price of search results from £2.95 to £1.95, till the end of August. The latest transcription completed is Volume 13 St George in the East, Stepney, baptisms registers 1815-1820. Coming soon: St George in the East 1821-1826-86% complete All Saints Poplar, 1813-1835-now underway, 30% complete St Dunstan, Stepney, baptisms St Thomas, Stepney, baptisms We now have over 70,000 transcribed entries from 15 Docklands parishes. These are transcriptions from the original registers, and not just scanned images. £1.95 gets you all occurrences of a given surname per parish searched. The details included are: Entry number, date of baptism, date of birth ( if given), surname, forenames, names of father and mother, address, occupation, source reference number and notes from the register margin. All this available instantly onscreen, as well as being automatically emailed to you. We also stock : Alan Godfrey Old Ordnance Survey Maps, Books ( historical & genealogical), Census CDs, Trade Directories ,DVDs& Videos, Vessel Registration lists, Military Records, Criminal Records,Postcards & Photos, Post Office Directories, Occupation Indexes, Street Directories and the Apprenticeship Bindings Indexes of the Company of Watermen & Lightermen, the 63 parish Thames Riverside Series of parish register transcriptions and much more besides. In addition, if your interest is Watermen & Lightermen, we are possibly your number 1 resource base, with many photos, lists, personal accounts and a full list of Doggett’s Coat & Badge Winners. Check out the recently released Pensioners Admitted for Relief, Watermen in the Navy, 1628 Admiralty Muster and My Ancestor was a Waterman: A guide to Tracing your Waterman Ancestors. Kind regards James Legon _www.parishregister.com_ ( Docklands Ancestors Ltd

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