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1   Link   Anglo-Indians.com
This is a very comprehensive Indian website which deals with the history of the Anglo-Indians, and all aspects of Anglo-Indians and their place in contemporary life.
2   Link   The Angloindian
(The site is on the Anglo-Indian Community and the work of Mr.Melvyn Brown,who is a Chronicler for the Community in Calcutta and abroad.He has written a large number of books on the community and he publishes a monthly newsletter on the community.Mr.Brown also assists a large number of researchers who do research on the community.)
3   Link   Calcutta Tiljallah Relief
Calcutta Tiljallah Relief, Inc. is a not for profit organization, based in the USA, dedicated to helping indigent Anglo-Indians in India. Currently the fund provides a monthly pension to 50 seniors in Calcutta, 20 seniors in Madras and 10 seniors in Bangalore. CTR also sponsors 16 young Anglo-Indian girls as boarders at Loreto, Entally. For more information check out the above website or contact Blair Williams at blairrw@att.net
4   Link   Indian Man
a complete genealogical website
5   Link   Official website of "ANGLOS in the WIND"
6   Link   Anglo-Indian homepage
7   Link   Anglo-Indian Portal
The site is designed to appeal to Anglo-Indians worldwide, but not limited exclusively to that ethnic group. It is a gateway to several layers of general interest and it is hoped that it will continue to attract visitors of varying tastes
8   Link   Welcome to Bridget's Anglo-Indian Recepies Portal -
The one stop place for authentic finger

licking Anglo-Indian cooking!!
- Down memory lane - Trace family trees: Information on pages contained in this website have been supplied by family members/researchers for the enjoyment and mutual benefit of all concerned. The Administrator does not vouch for their accuracy
10   Link   Sparkling Anglo Indians
Spark Anglo-Indians is the culmination of a long-standing, personal dream. Being Anglo-Indians, we have come across an oft heard complaints about the lack of a common platform for voicing community concerns and means of tracing loved ones relatives and friends. This site is an answer to address these issues.
11   Link   George Orwell website at birth place at Mothiari - Bihar India
Eric Arthur Blair - An Anglo-Indian was born on 25 June 1903, in Motihari, Bihar, in India. His great-grandfather Charles Blair was a wealthy country gentleman in Dorset who married Lady Mary Fane, daughter of Thomas Fane, 8th Earl of Westmorland, and had income as an absentee landlord of slave plantations in Jamaica. His grandfather, Thomas Richard Arthur Blair, was a clergyman. Although the gentility passed down the generations, the prosperity did not; Eric Blair described his family as "lower-upper-middle class". His father, Richard Walmesley Blair, worked in the Opium Department of the Indian Civil Service. His mother, Ida Mabel Blair (née Limouzin), grew up in Moulmein,
12   Link   The Music of Dr.J
This is the Music of an Angl-Indian. Welcome to the Music of Dr. J (Doctor J) from Canada.He is an amateur self-taught one man keyboard musician hope you enjoy his original style. All his songs are played on the keyboard in real time without remixes, corrections, etc, as true live music so to speak. His repertoire includes his own rendition of hits by such artists like The Beatles, Hermans Hermits, Sam Cook, CCR, etc.Just to clarify; ALL Tunes are performed by Dr. J where indicated [*] these are original compositions.
13   Link   The Anglo-Indian Portal
Greetings! The following is a short message for newcomers. Whether you sought us out, or whether you got here by accident, you are nevertheless very welcome.
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Enjoy your visit.
Terry Fletcher