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Armitage Parish Register
Armitage (or Armitage-with-Handsacre)has a very ancient history going back to evidence of a Roman battle happening there. Christianity was first thought to be brought to the area by Saint Chad in 672. It is thought that a church was later erected there by the Normans. The register contains baptism and burial records from 1673-1812 and marriage records from 1673-1754. From 1754-1812, the registers contains the usual paper marriage register issued after the passing of the Hardwick Marriages Act
Barton-under-Needwood Parish Register, Part 1
Barton-under-Needwood Parish Register, Part 1 is in the Deanery of Tutbury. It contains the baptism, marriage, and burial records on pages 1 -112. Some of the family names contained in the registers are: Holland, Grane, Allsopp, Duddell, Hanson, Webb, Whiteing, Cranidge or Cranage, Fox, Penifather, and Fewsdale.
Barton under Needwood Parish Register, Part 2
Barton under Needwood is in the Deanery of Tutbury. It contains the baptism, marriage, and burial records on pages 113-253. Some of the family names contained in the registers are: Holland, Grane, Allsopp, Duddell, Hanson, Webb, Whiteing, Cranidge or Cranage, Fox, Penifather, and Fewsdale.
Bilston Parish Register
The Bilton Parish Register not only includes the Parish baptisms, marriages and burials, but also contains lists of households and the occupations of residents. Reverend Richard Ames of Bilston during the years 1684-1730, kept fairly detailed records of life in his Parish. He also included little bits of the history of that area. This register is more than just lists kept by the Parish reverend; it is rich in the details that accompanies the entries.
Castle Church Parish Registers
Castle Church Registers. From the Everton Library Collection. The registers of Castle Church, Stafford contain baptism, marriage and burial records. Among the more noted families mentioned in the registers are the following: Aston, Barbor, Berington, Bickerton,Dovey of Ricarscote, Drakeford of Forbridge, Eardswick, Fowler, Harcourt, Hevey, Littleton, Macclesfield, Pursley, Stafford, Thorley, Whitgreave.
Hampshire Parish Registers, Volume 2
Hampshire Parish Registers, Volume 2 These registers contain the marraige records from 1586 to 1812. These registers contain the records from the following parishes: Penton Mewsey, Knight’s Enham, Monxton, Hurstbourne Tarrant, St. Mary Bourne, Hurstbourne Priors, Bullington, Tufton, Bramley, Dummer, Steventon, Deane, Wootton St. Lawrence, Cliddesden.
Hampshire Parish Registers, Volume 10
Hampshire Parish Registers, Volume 10 This contains the Marriage Register of a great seaport. The most notable wedding recorded in this register is that of King Charles the Second to Queen Katherine in 1662. Regrettably, these registers seem to begin at a late date.
Hampshire Parish Registers, Volume 15
Hampshire Parish Registers, Volume 15. Volume 15 is a continuation of the tenth volume of the Hampshire series. It covers the marriages for the years 1701-1775.
The Registers of Harley, Shropshire 1745 -1812
The Registers of Harley, Shropshire 1745 -1812. From the Everton Library Collection. Some of the earlier registers of Harley have disappeared. The existing registers of Harley begin in 1745. They contain entries of baptisms, marriages, and burials through 1812. Families found in the records are: Harnage, Sprott, Corfield, and Lacon
The Registers of Melverley, Shropshire 1723 – 1812
The Registers of Melverley, Shropshire 1723 – 1812. From the Everton Library Collection. These registers contain, Baptism, Marriage and burial records for Melverley from 1723-1812. Some pages contain a memoranda relating to the Church Restoration and the Reopening Services.
The Registers of the Parish Church of Cherry Burton, Co. York 1561 – 1740
The Registers of the Parish Church of Cherry Burton, Co. York 1561 – 1740. From the Everton Library Collection. These registers contain the birth, marriage, and burial records for the years 1561-1740. The papers also contain an account of the collections made for different objects and various payments made.