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Place SearchMore than parish names:Julia Coult emigrated toAmerica and told herchildren she was fromDorsey, Essex. Printedbooks did not showDorsey as a place inEngland.A woman from Essexexplained to me that shegrew up in TolleshuntDarcy and everyone therejust called it Dorsey.
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Sources details are always included• [S3] Pedigrees with Index of London Citizens, abt. 1600-1800 (filmed 1954), Boyd, Percival, compiler, (Microf ilm copy of manuscripts at Somerset House, London. Salt Lake City, Utah: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1954), FHL microfilms 94,515- 94,593., vol. 231 no. 23003, FHL microfilm 94577.
Place Collection IndividualsAustralia South Australia Community Trees 257,754Australia Victoria Community Trees 123,818British Knowles Collection: Jews of the British Isles 104,143 Peerage, Gentry and Colonial AmericanBritish Connections 212,624England Bedfordshire, Eaton Bray Community Tree 18,817England London: Residents of London 209,983England Norfolk Visitations, 1563 23,098India Punjab, Moga District 10,454Scotland Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae 88,274 Records Primarily of the Nobility andWales Gentry 258,209