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Ancestry.com. England Directory, 1811 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
Original data: Boyle's Court and Country Guide, and Town Visiting Directory Corrected up to the 1st of April, 1811, Containing An Alphabetical Arrangement of the Names and Places of Abode, in Town and Country, of All the Ladies and Gentlemen of Fashion, to Which are Added, the Inns of Court, &c.. London, England: E. Boyle, 1811.

About England Directory, 1811

This database contains the 1811 directory of England. It includes a London directory of names and places of abode, and a court and country directory of all the ladies and gentlemen of fashion (most likely those of nobility), including the names of those who are members of the Inns of Court. The portion of the directory arranged by place name lists the street name and the names of the heads of households who live on each street. The alphabetical directory of the people of fashion lists their names and their addresses. The Inns of Court are comprised of the collegiate legal societies that train barristers for the Bar.