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From: "MaryH" <>
Subject: Re: [UK-W&H] Union Workhouse - Edmonton, North London
Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2002 19:34:17 +0100
> I am trying to find out if records still exist, and where, of those poor
unfornate souls who had no option but to live in this particular workhouse.
> My late and beloved Nan Cavill(nee: Cartwright) have birth to her first
daughter/child in this workhouse in 1904. She was not married at the time.
There are not very many records surviving for Edmonton, but there is the
Creed Register covering the time when the birth took place. This should
confirm when your Nan was admitted and discharged and should also show
information on her child. There are also some birth records also covering
this time but I am not sure what they contain as they are described as
"birth records" rather than the usual description of "registers".
All the records are held at the London Metropolitan Archives.
Mary Hallett - West Sussex
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