History of Mount Bures
St John the Baptist's Church, Mount Bures
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Welcome to the home page for the History of Mount Bures and its inhabitants.
Below you find links to a range of sources transcribed by History House. Further below under 'more family and local history sources' you will find additional links to help you.
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Poll of Voters 1847
Mount Bures inhabitants who voted in the 1847 general election.
White's Directory of Essex 1848
MOUNT BURES, on the south side of the vale or the Stour, opposite Bures St. Mary, on the Suffolk side of the >>more.
White's Directory of Essex 1848 - list of inhabitants.
White's Directory of Essex 1863
White's Directory of Essex 1863 - list of inhabitants.
Post Office Directory of Essex 1874
Post Office Directory of Essex 1874 - list of inhabitants.
Education in Mount Bures
Reports and returns on schools and education in Mount Bures.
Mount Bures Criminal Cases
Court cases involving Mount Bures residents - ongoing project >>more.
Mount Bures Poor
Under the Poor Law of 1834, Mount Bures became part of the Lexdon and Winstree Union. See our article on researching your workhouse and pauper ancestors.
Images and Maps of Mount Bures
For images of Mount Bures see our article on Essex Images for Family History.
For maps of Mount Bures see our article on Essex Maps for Family History.
More family and local history sources
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Find census returns for this location at Ancestry.co.uk.
Find census returns for this location at Findmypast.co.uk.
All types of objects relating to family history are sold on Ebay. Photographs, copies of Wills, house conveyancing, bills of sale, and much, much more. See our article Essex Ancestors on eBay
If you're looking for pictures of Mount Bures to add to your family tree album, then try Ebay. Link already formatted for Essex Postcards
Books featuring Mount Bures from Abebooks. Just click the logo. The search terms are already formatted for Mount Bures.
Books featuring Essex on Amazon. Just click the logo. This link is already formatted for Essex History in the book section. Refine the search to look for Mount Bures, such as: Mount Bures history.
The Essex Record Office 'ERO' is an excellent starting point for research. The ERO has an online catalogue by the name of Essex Archives Online which includes parish registers. Access to both via the ERO's homepage.
Also try FreeReg: a database of parish registers transcribed by volunteers. The Essex coverage is increasing each day.
Excellent detailed information on the history of Mount Bures appears in the Victorian Counties History on the British History Online web site: Mount Bures, A History of the County of Essex: Volume 10: Lexden Hundred (Part) including Dedham, Earls Colne and Wivenhoe (2001).
Community web site on the history of Mount Bures.