Protestation Returns 1641-1642 are transcript records of those who took the oath of allegiance to the Protestant religion.
First and last name. county and parish are given, and occasional details such as “churchwarden” or “overseer of the poor”.
The counties available, with the number of records, are: Berkshire (7,497), Buckinghamshire (4,719), Cambridgeshire (2,435), Cheshire (1,372), Cumberland (18,372), Essex (6,295), Hampshire (907), Hertfordshire (1,460), Kent (9,371), Lancashire (34,912), London (1.676), Middlesex (27,223), Shropshire (1,884), Staffordshire (7,286), Warwickshire (2,985), Worcestershire (1,788), and Yorkshire (18,755).
The transcriptions I viewed were © Cliff Webb.
Another 4,700 Surrey burial records have been added to this existing set from the 1883 publication Croydon in the Past. While the information available varies, you may see small biographies on the original images, in addition to a birth year, next of kin, and a last residence.
Surrey Burials now has 1,403,078 records.
United States, Philadelphia Genealogy Abstracts
A 2,695 item collection
New items in the collection are:
Croydon Express, 1878-1895, 1898, 1900-1911, 1913-1916
South London Observer, 1895, 1901-1962
Southwark and Bermondsey Recorder, 1868-1884, 1903-1920