Contents - Faulkner Family History

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CONTENTS
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PREFACE
CHAPTERS
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William Faulkner, born about 1743
William Faulkner, born 1785
Frederick Faulkner, born 1807
William Faulkner, born 1833
Thomas Faulkner, born 1875
William Faulkner, born 1901
Gordon Faulkner, born 1929
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Events
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Wills
Deeds & leases
Schools
Rates
Poll Books
Directories
Sun Fire Policies
London Common Council
Livery Companies
Law
Bank of England
Railways
Boulogne
Miscellaneous
Clark(e) information
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APPENDICES
Birth/baptisms
Marriages
Deaths & MI
Census
Illustrations NOT included here.
1 Pump Court, Vineyard, St Olaves 1827
7 Guildhall, c1847
8 Court of Common Council early 19C
9 Old Bermondsey Bakery & the Poor
10 St Giles Camberwell 1827
12 Holy Cross School 1910
Reference
GHL 24096
GHL 3515
GHL 21429
by Theodore Gericault, V&A
Southwark LSL
Bristol Ref Lib. (Loxton Print)
Illustrations
2 Boulogne The English Chapel 1850
3 London from Southwark (on “Overview” page)
4 Public Supper in Christ’s Hospital
5 Interior of Saddler’s Hall
6 Signatures of William(785)
ILN May 1850
Old Print
Old & New London Vol II p373
“History of the Saddler’s Guild” 1889
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Caroline Place, Alphington
TEF & Caroline c1902
Temple Meads c1920
WJF & WDR 1924
Record of marriage Southville Methodist chapel
Track diagram of model railway 1948
Photo of model railway in 1950
Gordon & Barbara Faulkner 1950
Andrew & Colin Faulkner 1960
Golden Wedding 2000
Golden Wedding family Group 2000
Family tree
© Gordon and Barbara Faulkner
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ML 5085 (1807)
ML 5318 (1817)
CLRO Box 7.5 (1832)
Personal
Personal
Unknown
Personal
Personal
Personal
Personal
Personal
Personal
Personal
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
We are grateful for the help received from many sources. In particular, mention
should be made of the following, a list that is probably not comprehensive.
Bristol Record Office, Bristol
Bristol Reference Library
Bristol & Avon Family History Society
Public Record Office, Kew
Family Records Centre, Myddleton Street, London
Corporation of London Record Office
Guildhall Library London
London Metropolitan Archives
Southwark Local Studies Library
Devon Record Office, Exeter
West Country Studies Library, Exeter
The Society of Genealogists, London
Church of Jesus Christ of LDS for their IGI
Invariably the staff at all these locations were most obliging, directing our tentative
footsteps to many sources which would have otherwise have remained undiscovered.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information included
here, any errors are solely the responsibility of the authors.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Dictionary of Surnames by Cottle (1987)”
The Guilds of the City of London, by Sir Ernest Pooley
Old & New London, by Walter Thornbury et al.
Devon and its People by W G Hoskins.
The Story of Bermondsey, by Southwark Libraries staff
The Story of the Borough, by Southwark Libraries Staff
Boulogne-sur-mer 1840-1860 by Janine Watrin
The Worst Street in North London by Jerry White. (1988)
ABBREVIATIONS
PRO
FRC
SOG
GHL
MAC
SLSL
CLRO
BRO
DRO
WCSL
IGI
WAC
ML
WRO
Public Record Office, Kew
Family Records Centre, Myddleton Street, London
The Society of Genealogists, London
Guildhall Library, London
Metropolitan Archive Centre, London
Southwark Local Studies Library
Corporation of London Record Office
Bristol Record Office, Bristol
Devon Record Office, Exeter
The West County Studies Library, Exeter
International Genealogical Index
Westminster Archives Centre
Minet Library, Lambeth
Worcester Record Office
PR
BT
Trans
Parish Register
Bishop’s Transcripts
Transcription
© Gordon and Barbara Faulkner
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