New record release from TheGenealogist focuses on 1910-1915 London areas


19 April 2021
A property recorded in the Lloyd George Domesday Survey Field Book and map on 21 July 1913
TheGenealogist has added the records of 143,956 individuals to its Lloyd George Domesday Survey record set coverage.

This unique online resource of nearly one million individuals records, can help researchers discover where an ancestor lived in the period 1910-1915. The new records this month are for properties situated in:

  • Balham
  • Battersea
  • Fulham
  • Hammersmith
  • Putney & Roehampton
  • Streatham
  • Tooting Graveney
  • Wandsworth

Area outlined in red is covered in this latest release

New release

This combination of maps and residential data from The National Archives is being digitised by TheGenealogist and enables researchers to precisely pinpoint an ancestor’s house on the large scale and exceptionally detailed hand annotated maps from the period. Fully searchable and linked to the versatile Map Explorer™, Diamond subscribers of TheGenealogist can see how an area has changed over time by switching between various georeferenced modern and historical map layers.

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This new release identifies individual properties on extremely detailed 1910-1915 maps and you can see images of original Field Books, often with a detailed description of the property. 

Complementing the maps on TheGenealogist are the accompanying Field Books that will also provide researchers with detailed information relative to the valuation of each property, including the valuation assessment number, map reference, owner, occupier, situation, description and extent.

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