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    annebagby
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    Unhappy Baptist records for Surrey and Middlesex

    Where would I start looking for Baptist records in Surrey and Poplar and Deptford in the late
    1700's and early 1800's?
    I was emailed a link to the Poplar Chapel...it was Baptist and demolished after WWII. All these years, I have been searching the C of E and now they might be Baptist.

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    Mutley
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    Have you read this? it might help,

    https://homepage.ntlworld.com/hitch/gendocs/bapt.html

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    Thomasin
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    How about BMDregisters.co.uk - I have found these useful.

    Thomasin

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    Quote Originally Posted by annebagby View Post
    Where would I start looking for Baptist records in Surrey and Poplar and Deptford in the late 1700's and early 1800's?
    When civil registration came in, most non-parochial registers were handed over to the Registrar General and made their way to the National Archives where they can be found in series RG 4 to RG 8. See the catalogue for details.

    Also see "Non-conformist births, marriages and deaths (1567-1840)" on this page -

    https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/s...searcharchives

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    LittleMissP
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    Taken from the book "My Ancestors Were Baptists":

    Deptford- births 1824-34 and MIs- apply to staff, held on microfiche

    Poplar- church book and minutes exist for 1808-1853, they contain biographical infomation, church in Cotton St, archives held at The Angus Library and Archive, Regents Park College, Oxford

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