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London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society

3 days 26 minutes ago

It's really busy here! Lots of family historians to help 😊

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3 days 27 minutes ago

Absolutely buzzing here in St Ives! 😍

London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society

3 days 19 hours ago

Avenue House - former home of Henry Charles 'Inky' Stephens now with a museum and cafe πŸ™‚ www.stephenshouseandgardens.com/about/history/avenue-house

London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society

1 week 1 hour ago

We will be at this Family History Fair on Saturday in Cambridgeshire. Be great to see you there!

London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society

1 week 1 day ago

On this day in London in 1793, the Bank of England issued the first Β£5 note, following gold shortages caused by the French Revolutionary and

London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society

1 week 6 days ago

The Great Bell in the clock tower of the Houses of Parliament was cast by John Warner & Sons in Stockton on Tees in August

London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society

2 weeks 1 day ago

Coming up this Thursday - you need to be a member of LWMFHS to attend but that is only from Β£12 for a whole year

London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society

2 weeks 3 days ago

There have been a series of earthquakes around the world this week but did you know that there was one on this day in London

London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society

3 weeks 1 hour ago

This is the day that people in London (and all over England and Wales) were filling in their census form in both 1871 and 1911.

London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society

3 weeks 2 days ago

On this day in 1797, Olaudah Equiano, author and slavery abolitionist, died at his home in Paddington Street, Marylebone. He was buried at Abney Park