Fulham Local History Books
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FamLoc republishes out-of-print Fulham local history books and makes them available to a new generation. Beware of cheap facsimile copies; FamLoc is the only publisher to properly edit and re-publish Fulham local history books.
There is obviously a wealth of information online, but we at FamLoc think there is no better way to learn about Fulham than reading our Fulham local history books!
We welcome suggestions for including other Fulham history books.
Fulham Old and New Vol. I, by Charles James Fèret
This Fulham history book consists of 570 pages and is packed with information, and is guaranteed to interest the reader for many months!
Originally published in 1900, this FamLoc Edition of Fulham Old and New Vol I has been published with just a small number of changes to the format, and made available for all those who are interested in the history of Fulham, or have Fulham ancestors and wish to know more about the place in which they lived. There is a wealth of history here, and many, many names of residents from all walks of life are included. There are 127 photographs and illustrations. See also Fulham Old and New Vol. II and Fulham Old and New Vol. III below.
Fulham Old and New Vol. II, by Charles James Fèret
This Fulham history book was originally published in 1900, Fulham Old and New is over 500 pages, and includes 171 illustrations. Chapters on Walham Green and Parson’s Green are also included. Note this is a proper re-publication of the original, and not merely a cheap photo-copy that some “publishers” are selling. Fulham Old and New will be of great interest to those who value local history for its own sake, as well as for those who have ancestors who lived in Fulham, and wish to find out more about the place in which their ancestor lived and worked.
See also Fulham Old and New Vol. I and Fulham Old and New Vol. III.
Fulham Old and New Vol. III, by Charles James Fèret
This Fulham history book consists of a whopping 537 pages and includes more than 204 illustrations, most of which are photographs.
Chapters include: Fulham Fields and the Roads Across Them, Fulham Palace Road, Crabtree, Fulham Palace, The Bishops of London, Suppression of the Bishopric, Bishop’s Park, Millbank, Hurlingham, Broomhouse, Town Meadows, and Sands End.
As with the previous two volumes, it has been extremely well researched, and is invaluable to the local historian and family historian, as well as being of interest to the general reader.
See also Fulham Old and New Vol. I and Fulham Old and New Vol. II.
Other Fulham History Books and Maps
We include various Fulham history books of interest. We also include the excellent Godfrey maps of Fulham, which show the streets, houses, public houses, etc., and have the bonus of having a Business Directory of the area on the reverse.