The Evesham Index   

The Evesham Index was created by Sarah Minney as a means of storing information collected whilst researching her family history.  She then started to add entries for Evesham people and so from one box and a packet of index cards it has grown over 17 years to what it is today – 16 boxes containing an estimated 20,000 card references. Some individual names are represented on many cards while others may only be mentioned on one.

Add to that the 400 or so names I can now add from my own family tree, and all the extracts for each name at one card per extract…

What exactly can be found in the index?

Extracts from Parish registers, Directories, Monumental Inscriptions, War memorials, Poll books, Medal rolls, Wills, Census returns, Entries from local and national newspapers and GRO birth, marriage and death entries.

Local villages such as Bengeworth, Bretforton, Badsey, Great & Little Hampton and the Littletons are also represented.

LIST of SURNAMES 

Another interesting inclusion is the contact details for anyone who has requested information about a name, so that future enquirers can be put in touch with others who are researching the same names.

Looking for an elusive ancestor? Hit a brick wall?

I’m not promising that the index will solve your problems, but there’s no harm in trying.

Contact Mrs Julie Sutton (nee Emms) at:

julie.suttongene@blueyonder.co.uk

Notes

  1. "Please ensure that you put 'Evesham Index' in the Subject box of any email. Julie has been getting a lot of junk mail recently and if there is no obvious hint of an Evesham Index connection, she may well delete your email without opening it first".

    2.   Ensure that you delete the letters "gene" from the email address or it will fail to deliver

Please allow a few days for a reply

161 Villiers Road

Kingston on Thames

Surrey

KT1 3BD

If contacting me by post do make sure you enclose a stamped addressed envelope or you will not get a reply and allow a few weeks for me to handle your enquiry.

JULIE SUTTON June 2007

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