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parish registers and parochial documents in the archdeaconry of Winchester

William Andrews Fearon

parish registers and parochial documents in the archdeaconry of Winchester

by William Andrews Fearon

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Published by Warren in Winchester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Registers ofbirths, etc -- England -- Hampshire.

  • Edition Notes

    On back of cover: Hampshire registers.

    Statementedited by William Andrews Fearon and John Foster Williams.
    ContributionsWilliams, John Foster.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCD1068
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 204 p. :
    Number of Pages204
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17381335M
    LC Control Number10028808

    Archdeaconry Court, Herringham Register, Surrey Record Society The Parish Register of Wimbledon, co. Surrey, Surrey Record Society, 8 () The Parish Registers of Abinger, Wotton, and P.A. ed., Call Book for the Episcopal Visitations of the diocese of Winchester, and ; portions relating to the Archdeaconry of. 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 in , the main source of information about births, marriages and deaths is the parish register or the similar relevant record kept by members of nonconformist denominations.

    The Winchester Registers () were the first Registers published by the Catholic Record Society (Vol. I, pp. ). The remainder of Register B is given here ().*. These are original wills only and do not include wills or administrations found in will registers or act books which are accessible on site at the London Metropolitan Archives. These do not include wills proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Wills are important documents because they can provide a great deal of genealogical information.

      Cheshire Non-Conformist & Roman Catholic Registers (Marriages) 17th Century, index, incomplete, ($). England, Cheshire, Marriage Bonds and Allegations, Marriage bonds of the ancient archdeaconry of Chester now preserved at Chester, e-books, 4 volumes. vol. 30 Lancashire Parish Register Society, the Parish of Aldingham in Furness Registers Parish Church Of Bolton The registers of the parish church of Bolton-le-Sands in the County Of Lancaster, Vol Lancashire Parish Register Society, the Parish Church of Brindle


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Get this from a library. The parish registers and parochial documents in the archdeaconry of Winchester. [W A Fearon; J F Williams]. THE PARISH REGISTERS AND PAROCHIAL DOCUMENTS ARCHDEACONRY WINCHESTER BOOK. £ + £ postage. Make offer - THE PARISH REGISTERS AND PAROCHIAL DOCUMENTS ARCHDEACONRY WINCHESTER BOOK.

Phillimores Cornwall Parish Register XXIII Marhamchuch, Launceston, Launcells. Parochial Registers and Records Measure No. A Measure passed by the General Synod of the Church of England to consolidate with amendments certain enactments relating to the registration of baptisms and burials and to repeal some of those enactments without re-enactment; to make fresh provision in place of the Parochial Registers and Records Measure with respect to diocesan.

Parish Registers On CD. With more and more people interested in researching their family history using their computer, there is demand for old records to be made available for viewing on CDs.

Most of the old Parish Records are on either microfiche and microfilm, or in a book. The List of Parish Registers The List of Church of Ireland Parish Registers was originally compiled in-house for the Public Record Office of Ireland (PROI), now the National Archives of Ireland (NAI), by Miss Margaret Griffith () Deputy Keeper of the PROI during the s.

Griffith’s original list (which was titled the Table of Parochial Records and Copies) was based on inventories. minutes and other records of the *vestry and later the Parochial Church Council. *Untilthe parish was also a civil administrative unit. The commencement date of surviving registers and a brief history indicating when each of the non-ancient parishes was created and from which other parish/es can be found in our Parish Register Guide.

Catholic Parish Registers For most family history researchers, parish registers provide the earliest direct source of family information. Unlike many other records, parish registers provide evidence of direct links between one generation and the next (via baptismal registers) and one family and another (via marriage registers).

42 Parochial Statistical Returns 43 Petty cash bank book 44 Petty cash church account book 45 Receipts and accounts (in annual bundles) 46 Licence to John Hey to act as curate 13 June 47 Archdeaconry visitation return 48 Marriage licences (4 items) 49 Burial order minutes and other records of the *vestry and later the Parochial Church Council.

*Untilthe parish was also a civil administrative unit. The commencement date of surviving registers and a brief history indicating when each of the non-ancient parishes was created and from which other parish/es can be found in our Parish Register Guide.

‘permitting the parochial records of the parish of St Mary Donnybrook to remain in the care of the Incumbent’, the Revd R. Walsh, DD, 12 & 13 December 7.

Other miscellaneous documents relating to estimated valuation of parish lands, as part of the Pembroke.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. But fromthe parish again kept some private registers, like the registres de catholicité for the Catholic Church which are also made in duplicate, one for the parish and one for the diocesan archives.

The legalization of these documents, functioning both as a means of census as well as civil documentation, has in some cases been used to. Peckham, W.D. ed., Thirteen Custumals of the Sussex Manors of the Bishop of Chichester, and other Documents from Libri P and C of the Episcopal Manuscripts, Sussex Record Society, 31 () MacLeod, D.

ed., Calendar of Sussex Marriage Licenses recorded in the Consistory Court of the Bishop of Chichester for the Archdeaconry of Chichester, January to December Yorkshire Parish Register Society, 'The register of the parish church of All Saints, Easingwold, Co. York. ' Transcribed and edited by George Denison Lumb (Leeds, ).

Yorkshire Archaeological Society, 'The parish registers of Easingwold, Raskelf and Myton upon Swale,with parish register transcripts for Raskelf, The first book of the parish registers of Madron, in the county of Cornwall () The heraldic register, with an introductory essay on heraldry and an annotated obituary B Burke () The history of the parish and manor of Wookey - T.

Holmes (). Bekesbourne is, ecclesiastically, in the diocese of Canterbury, in the archdeaconry of Canterbury. The church is named for St. Peter with registers commencing Beaksbourne, or Bekesbourne, a parish in Bridge district, Kent; on the Canterbury and Dover railway, /4 miles southest of Canterbury.

Albrighton (Shifnal) Shropshire Parish Documents Documents 1, etc. in the custody of the Parish Council. – Kept by the Clerk of the Parish Council in an iron safe at his house, viz: Parish Council Minute Book.

Parish Meeting Minute Book. Account Book. Declaration Book. Attendance Book. Treasurer’s Bond. Documents, etc. in the custody. The first parish registers were created in Europe in the sixteenth century.

The first Europeans to arrive in Canada continued this practice of creating parish registers. The first parish register was created in Quebec City as early as ; the oldest record dates back to Consult our Bibliography for further information on this topic.

The oldest register book the parish of Hawkshead in Lancashire. - H. Cooper () The parish register by W. Bradbrook () The parish registers of England by J.

Cox () The register book of christenings, weddings, and burials, within the parish of. The register book of marriages belonging to the parish of St.

George, Hanover square, in the county of Middlesex by St. George's Church (Westminster, London, England); Chapman, John Henry, ; Armytage, George J. (George John), Sir.

Hall, Hubert, 'The Red book of the Exchequer - Liber rubeus de Scaccario, Vol. 3'. The Red book of the Exchequer was a register intended to preserve important documents comprising charters, statutes of the realm, public acts (Placita), private deeds and ordinances, correspondence.St Nicholas, Buckland Valley parish: register of services, parochial church council minutes.

Easter vestry minutes ; St Saviour, Westgate parish: registers of baptisms, banns, marriages, burials, confirmations, services, electoral rolls, pastoral visits register, parochial .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