This Web Site is Generously Hosted by
We Support Free Nonprofit Genealogy and History on the Internet
Note: The primary sources for information given in regard to parish records are GenDoc's Victorian City of London Churches (Church of England a.k.a. Anglican) and FamilySearch.Org
St Augustine Watling St,
(city center and north), London
St Augustine Watling Street (a.k.a. St Augustine With St Faith) (1.24 mi. north of City Centre) was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666, rebuilt 1680-87, destroyed again in 1941. St. Faith Under St. Paul united with St Augustine Watling in 1670, and both were united with St. Mary Le Bow in 1954. Parish records are in the Guildhall Library: baptisms, 1559-1925; marriages, 1559-1940; banns, 1754-1940; and burials, 1559-1853. A partial index to baptisms and marriages for the years, 1559-1875, is in the IGI. Only one Combs has been located in the IGI for Watling:27 Sep 1657 St Augustine Watling Street, London, England. Robart COMB and Mary PUNNIFOOT (FamilySearch.Org, IGI, #0374420, Parish registers, 1559-1940 Church of England. St. Augustine Watling Street Church (London) - source not yet viewed) [NIGI 1998]See a possible child christened at St. Gregory by St. Paul
Return to Combs &c. of London
Return to Greater London Parishes
You are Our 2611th Visitor Since 28 Feb 2001
Last updated Friday, 25-Mar-2005 01:45:22 CST
Please Email Additions and/or Corrections to Webmaster
Join Combs &c. in Support of USGenNet
— an IRS-approved nonprofit web-hosting service —
This site is hosted by USGenNet, a nonprofit web-hosting service solely supported by tax-deductible donations. If this website has provided you with useful information, please consider making a donation to USGenNet to help keep sites like this online.
NOTICE: The Combs-Coombs &c. Research Group is a nonprofit public benefit corporation and complies fully with USGenNet's Conditions of Use. This Combs &c. Research Report has been provided for the free use of those engaged in non-commercial genealogical research by the nonprofit Combs Research Group. Any and all commercial use is strictly prohibited. Researchers are encouraged to copy and distribute this work freely, but with the proviso that it may only be copied and circulated in its entirety -- including this notice, and all sources, bibliographies and credits; and excepting electronically in which case permission is freely granted to link to this site instead. Sincerely, The Combs &c Research Group, Email: Webmaster.
© 1996-2010 Combs-Coombs &c. Research Group