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From: "gwyn bailey" <>
Subject: Re: [Ess] Essex Trade Directories for Villages, Towns etc
Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2007 10:30:34 +0000
Thank you very much for these, Kevan! Very useful.
On 21/10/2007, kevan <> wrote:
> It is good to see some good links being mentioned for old & new
> researchers. Here are a few more:
> Do you remember essexvillages.net? Well, rightly or wrongly, I rescued
> many of the pages that are now not available - see
> http://londonpublichouse.com/essexpubs/Directories/index.shtml [it is a
> massive page, so let it load!].
> If you are looking for many good links, I also recommend historyhouse at
> Lastly, for Dagenham & Barking history, always try :
> I have spent many happy hours on these sites.
> More recently, the Trade Directories for many of the larger Essex Towns
> (verging towards London) can be found at :
> http://historyofstratford.co.uk/index.shtml - these are all brand new
> As regards genes reunited, it is a good resource, and I have made several
> new contacts from posting my tree on there. BUT, I have found it difficult
> to get anything useful for my own tree, it appears to be mostly people who
> want to copy material rather than share, just a personal view point. I will
> not be renewing my membership.
> Lastly, a few members from this list rescued Ian Hunters Pub site, a
> fantastic resource, I still continue to be amazed at the site content
> several years on! I am seeing many copies of material on web sites, without
> any reference back to the original work. Copying is fine, stealing is just
> plain rude. It would be nice to see some comments on sites stating that this
> material was copied from Ians site, or wherever, great guy, God Bless.
> NSPCC Click for a cause campaign.
> Your clicks count.
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