Woking. Group dedicated to the preservation, history & appreciation of the Cemetery. The Cemetery was opened in November 1854, and was the largest in the world. It was originally called the London Necropolis or Woking Cemetery.
These plots are administered by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.Over 4,220 casualties from both World Wars are buried in the CWGC sections. Additionally there are 468 American war dead. The dead from other nationalities represented here & other casualties buried elsewhere in the grounds of Brookwood Cemetery.
London Borough of Islington. The Society organizes lectures, walks, visits & outings throughout the year. It also arranges regular archaeological site visits for members, usually in the City. IA&HS also aims to document archaeological findings in the Islington area.
Gants Hill. East London and Essex group of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain based in Gants Hill, Essex. The group helps anyone trace his or her Jewish family tree and covers every aspect of Jewish genealogy. The Jewish Genealogical Society is a secular society and part of the Federation of Family History Societies.
A helpful parish map on this site provides a geographic description of the Soceity's area of coverage along with their neighboring socieites in this very important research area covered by multiple socieites.