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    , "City of London Burials," index online, findmypast (http://search.findmypast.co.uk : accessed ), .



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    • Title , "City of London Burials," index online, findmypast (http://search.findmypast.co.uk : accessed ), . 
      Short Title City of London Burials 1754-1855 
      _BIBL . "City of London Burials." Index online. findmypast. http://search.findmypast.co.uk : . 
      _SUBQ , "City of London Burials," index online . 
      Source ID S337 
      Linked to Mary Ann Farmiloe 

    •  Notes 
      • [extractd from findmypast]
        The record set comprises over one million names from 226 parishes in the Greater London area.
        The records include Anglican and non-conformist parishes.
        Note that the ‘Parish’ field refers to a burial ground, which includes Anglican parish churchyards as well as other types of graveyards and cemeteries.
        This record set includes the City of London Burials, Middlesex Memorial Inscriptions, Middlesex & City of London Burials Index and the South London Burials Index.
        Acknowledgements
        Cliff Webb created the original City of London Burial Index which contained details of 75 of the 98 churches within the historic core of the City of London. He was helped by Connie Foulds, Gordon Lickfold, June Rudman, Kate Maslen, Peter Cleaver and Tim Wilcock. Monnica Stevens and John Hanson worked on transcribing the burial registers from the remaining 23 churches. Stevens and Hanson also expanded the index to include burial grounds and parishes on the edge of London, including those south of the River Thames.