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Index to the First Volume of the Parish Registers of Gainford, in the County of Durham : Baptisms, Part 1 of Index to the First Volume of the Parish Registers of Gainford, in the County of Durham, Gainford, Eng. (Parish) Author: Gainford, Eng. (Parish) Publisher: E. Stock, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized.
Index to the first volume of the parish registers of Gainford in the county of Durham,vol. Index to the first volume of the parish registers of Gainford in the county of Durham, ; Part 2.
Index to the first volume of the parish registers of Gainford in the county of Durham,vol. 3 ESSEX PARISH REGISTERS. Parish History [edit | edit source]. GAINFORD (St. Mary), a parish, in the unions of Teesdale, Darlington, and Auckland, chiefly in the SW, but partly in the SE, division of Darlington ward, S division of the county of Durham; comprising the chapelries of Barnard-Castle, Denton, and Whorlton, and the townships of Bolam, Cleatlam, Gainford, Headlam, Houghton-le-Side, Langton, Marwood.
Index to the first volume of the parish registers of Gainford in the county of Durham C91 no. Parish register section of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, nos.
Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and. Durham, Gainford Parish Registers (Marriages) This CD covers Marriage records from for the parish of Gainford.
It is bookmarked, searchable and printable. History. Most probably Gainford's first village inhabitants were Saxon and certainly the first written evidence of Gainford was produced by Simeon of Durham who tells us that Eda or Edwine, a Northumbrian chief who had exchanged a helmet for a cowl.
Index to the first volume of the parish registers of Gainford 08 Gainford - Index To The Parish Registers, Part 1 Baptisms - pages 09 Gainford - Index To The Parish Registers, Part 2 Marriages - 99 pages 10 Gainford - Index To The Parish Registers, Part 3 Burials - pages 11 Houghton In The Springe - Baptisms, Marriages And Burials, - 49 pages.
marriages from Gainford St. Mary’s parish register, cross-checked against the bishop’s transcript (which in some cases provided additional data on occupation or residence).
Includes witnesses where they were shown in the bishop’s transcript. Durham, Gainford Parish Registers (Marriages) This CD covers Marriage records from for the parish of Gainford.
Prominent Durham families and their pedigrees were included in that book, which may explain why Sharp collected noteworthy extracts from a number of selected parish registers. This small book, titled “ Manuscript Library of Sir C. Sharp “, is one of a collection known as Sharp MS22, held in Durham Cathedral’s Library.
A transcription of the records chronologically arranged with an index to people and places. Index to the First Volume of the Parish Registers of Gainford in the County of Durham (England): Part I, Baptisms ; Part II, Marriages ; Part III, Burials - Elliot Stock ().Author: HB Archives.
Parish Registers - Family History before Parish Registers are records of baptisms, marriages, and burials made by the Church. They are a valuable resource for researching your family tree because the census and official records of birth, marriage and death do not go back further than A Transcript of the first volume,of the parish register of Chesham: in the county of Buckingham by John William Garrett Pegge - () – pages 5.) Alstonfield Parish Register by The Stanffordshire Parish Register Society - () – pages 6.).
readily accepted my offer to transcribe the registers using a word processor. The registers will be transcribed as a series of volumes covering the period ; this is Volume 1 covering the period It overlaps slightly with Volume 2 for baptismsmarriages and burials As with all documents.
A parish register in an ecclesiastical parish is a handwritten volume, normally kept in the parish church in which certain details of religious ceremonies marking major events such as baptisms (together with the dates and names of the parents), marriages (with the names of the partners), children, and burials (that had taken place within the.
Parish registers originally commenced in when Thomas Cromwell first ordered that in every parish, in England and Wales, a list must be kept recording all baptisms, burials and marriages.
Initially, these records were kept on loose leaves but the rules were later tightened by James I ordering the records to be kept in parchment books.
Full text of "The baptismal, marriage, and burial registers of the Cathedral church of Christ and Blessed Mary the virgin at Durham, " See other formats.
Index to the first volume of the parish registers of Gainford in the county of Durham St8 v.1 Index to the Genealogical magazine of New Jersey, volume 1.
Publications of. THE HARLEIAN SOCIETY. The Harleian Society is a registered charity first established in and later incorporated in The official objects of the Society are "the transcribing, printing and publishing of the heraldic visitations of counties, parish registers or any manuscripts relating to genealogy, family history and heraldry".
) The First Book of the Parish Registers of Madron, in the County of Cornwall: by George Brown Millett - () - pages. ) The First Parish Register of St. George of Tombland, Norwich by George Branwhite Jay - () pages.
) The Oldest Register Book of the Parish of Hawkshead in Lancashire. Full text of "The registers of Castle Eden, in the county of ms, Marriages, Burials, " See other formats Gc CC GENHAL-OGY COLLECTION lll^LLEN COUNTY PUBLIC I 3 pc:^ OF Castle (EiJen, ©uvl)am, VOL.
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Extracts for marriagesbaptismsburials Classification. Gainford County Durham: Store this place: Old Map of Gainford: Street Map of Gainford: Places within. of 6: Entries around. Elgy Family I am a direct descendant of this family and I know that there are quite a lot of people in this area who share the name.
I am hoping to find anyone with connections to Gainford,and before that, Staindrop. CD: English Parish Records, Volume 1 - HB Archives. This CD-ROM contains electronic image reprints of the following volumes: The Parish Registers of St. Antholin, Budge Row, London, containing the Marriages, Baptisms, and Burials from to ; and of St.
John Baptist on WallbrFook, London, containing the Baptisms. KNOW YOUR PARISH I. MEDOMSLEY,_COUNTY- DURHAM Dr D.W. Burdon The parish of Medomsley was originally a chapelry within the parish of Lanchester, in Chester Ward of County Durham.
From to it was annexed to the neighbouring chapelry of Ebchester, and both communities were served by a single priest. The church of St. Mary Magdalen, which. County Sources at the Society of Genealogists is a book published by the Society of Genealogists, edited by Neville Taylor (), 30 pages, ISBN It lists microfilms of original registers, transcripts and indexes, covering parish registers, non-conformist registers and.
Guide Five: Anglican Parish Registers and their Finding Aids. A PDF of this guide can be downloaded for ease of printing. Introduction. Before the national registration of vital events started inthe main source of information about births, marriages and deaths is the parish register or the similar relevant record kept by members of nonconformist denominations.
This volume of information relating to the Suffolk parish of Wingfield was privately published inby Vicar Aldwell, the parish incumbent.
It comprises a range of historical information, extracts from wills, transcriptions of parish registers and monumental inscriptions. THE HISTORY OF THE LOCALLY RAISED 20TH (SERVICE) BATTALION, THE DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY. By K.J.W. Leather Includes a Roll of Honour and a list of all men who served before May THE DURHAM FORCES IN THE FIELD VOLUME 2.
THE SERVICE BATTALIONS OF THE DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY. By Captain Wilfrid Miles of 13th D.L.I. Published The Parish Registers of Coniscliffe, County Durham. Transcribed by Miss Edleston. Indexed and Edited by Herbert M. Wood, B.A.
Published in Transcripts of the registers for the parish of Coniscliffe. Contains: Baptisms - Marriages - Burials - Complete with indexes of names and places. Machine Searchable.
The First Book of the Parish Registers of Madron, in the County of Cornwall: by George Brown Millett - () - pages ) The First Parish Register of St. George of Tombland, Norwich by George Branwhite Jay - () – pages. History of Gainford. Weddings. St Mary's Church, Gainford and. St Andrew's Church, Winston.
In the Diocese of Durham. A History of St Mary's Church and Gainford Visit the church and see the display boards shown here. *Click on image for pop-up enlarged view* Who's who on the Contacts page. The Registers of Castle Eden, in the County of Durham Castle Eden Parish Registersin County Durham.
Northumberland & Durham Parish Register Society, Vol. XXIX, Paper covers. viii; 40 pp. Page edges uncut. Spine browned and slightly worn. Covers chipped at edges.
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York.: A transcript of the first volume,of the parish register of Chesham, in the county of Buckingham; (London, E. Stock, ), by Chesham (England) and John William Garrett- Pegge (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Index to the first volume of the parish registers of Gainford, in the county of Durham.
The Publications of the Durham and Northumberland Parish Register Society (Durham and Northumberland Parish Register Society, Sunderland, ) Walbran, John. The Antiquities of Gainford in the County of Durham (W. Harrison, ) Foster, Joseph. Pedigrees Recorded at the Visitations of the County Palatine of Durham (London, ) Surtees, Robert.
Anyone who has a copy of Colin Blanshard Withers' book "Yorkshire Parish Registers" can imagine how delighted I was when Colin offered me the data from the book for the Genuki pages. This makes an extremely valuable addition to the data on the Genuki Yorkshire web-site and will also (with your help) allow me to keep the information up to date.
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Monaghan, sat firmly in the chair in the corner, sipping his tea. Index to the register of births, marriages and deaths in St. George's Parish, Baltimore and Harford counties Family History Library Index, St. George's Parish, Harford County (Maryland) Family History Library St.
George's Parish [Maryland], Family History Library St. George's Parish registers: WorldCat.The second volume of the Stoke Poges Register contains only the marriages and births and baptisms from the year to the yearboth inclusive.
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