Essential East End websites

The East of London Family History Society Formed in 1978 by a group of enthusiasts who shared an interest in family history research

East End Back Passages Oo-er missus … Alan Gilbey’s chosen name for his site is guaranteed to appeal to the Carry On fan in all of us.

Spitalfields Life I seriously have to keep away from Spitalfields Life as, if I don’t, I’d end up pinching the Gentle Author’s stories.

Port Cities A collection of sites covering the main port towns of England (Bristol, Liverpool and the rest). Great pictures from the Pool of London.

The Jewish East End Celebration Society Clock the name. This isn’t an exercise in pure nostalgia, but a celebration of the extraordinary effect Jewish immigration had on our quarter of London.

The East London History Society The East London History Society, (founded 1952) exists to further interest in the history of East London.




3 Responses to Essential East End websites

  1. Ben says:

    Hi i do have some great story’s of the east end,please contact me at my e-mail address.Cheer’s Ben

  2. Ben says:

    I also have some good story’s of my year’s of hop picking.Cheer’s Ben

  3. john Weekes says:

    Ive got some good stories from limehouse it’s all in my head no one can take it away good times and a lot of bad times but still in allium proud of where I come from nice to hear still some of us are still about and not getting confused with essex boys the plastic cockneys got loads of stories could write a book happy days .,,

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