ALL SAINTS, FULHAM: CHURCH GATE, FULHAM HIGH STREET, HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM
Date of Creation:
1674 - 2003
|Scope and Content:|
|Extent:||6.01 linear metres|
|Site Location:||London Metropolitan Archives|
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|Creator:||Parish of All Saints, Fulham | Church of England|
|Custodial History:||Some of the registers were damaged by a fire in the vestry of All Saints' Church in 1923, but none were totally destroyed.|
|Copyright:||Diocesan transfer Copyright to these records rests with the City of London|
|Source of Acquisition:|
|Access Restrictions:||These records are available for public inspection, although records containing personal information may be subject to access restrictions. Some items are available only on microfilm|
|Arrangement:||Records arranged in 12 sub-series: Parish Registers; Church Services/Work of Clergy; Parish Organisations; Parish Boundaries/Benefice; Church Buildings and Churchyard; Churchwardens; Parish Finance; Parish Administration; Charities; Schools; Church Personnel and Printed Material.|
Sources for parish history: 'A history of Fulham to 1965' by Fulham History Society (Ed. P.D. Whitting) - LMA reference 90.2 Ful; and 'Fulham Old and New' by C.J. Feret - LMA reference 90.2 Fer.