1 edition of index of burial registers between 1813-1837 for the parish of St. Mellion found in the catalog.
index of burial registers between 1813-1837 for the parish of St. Mellion
Cover title: Cornwall Burial Index 1813-1837.
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Surname Index of Burials for the Parish Churches of St Nicholas, Baddesley Ensor; Baxterley; All Saints, Grendon; St Peter and St Paul, County of Warwickshire (Warwickshire Burials) [Nuneaton and North Warwickshire family history society] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Surname Index of Burials for the Parish Churches of St Nicholas, Baddesley Ensor First published: 05 Mar, Parish Registers were instigated by Thomas Cromwell from in the reign of Henry VIII, recording every wedding, baptism and burial.
There are gaps in the records for a variety of reasons, such as the civil war, but these records are a prime source for building family trees. St Stephens-by-Saltash is situated in the Deanery and Hundred of East. It is bordered by Botus Fleming and Landulph to the north, the River Tamar, the town of Saltash and the (once) Cornish part of St Budeaux to the east, St Germans Creek to the south and the River Lynher (which separates it from St Erney and Landrake) to the west.
An oblong book bound in rough calf with parchment leaves. The first entry is that of a burial on 22 May, there are several blanks or periods in this book in which there are no entries; the first gap occurs from toand which is accounted for by the fact named in an entry made in the book. Barnard Castle Baptisms Surnames beginning A-C Transcribed by Major L.
Kenyon-Fuller. Indexed and typed by Paul Joiner for the Society of Genealogists As with all transcripts and indexes, there may be some errors in the entries listed below. To ensure accuracy, researchers should always refer to the original registers.
N.B. MELLION is a village and parish, on the road from Callington to Saltash, 3 ½ miles south-east from Callington and 6 north-west from Saltash station on the Great Western railway, in the North Eastern division of the county, middle division of the hundred of East, petty sessional division of East Middle, St.
Germans union, county court district of Plymouth, rural deanery of East. Cornwall Burial Index Parish of St Mellion Cornish Family History Society GEN-C BUR COR Cornwall Burial Index Parish of St Michael Penkival Cornish Family History Society GEN-C BUR COR Cornwall Burial Index Parish of St.
Allen C.F.H.S. GEN-C BUR Cornwall Burial Index Parish of y inFile Size: 1MB. Holy Island Contents Baptisms from the Registers of Holy Island () This transcription was prepared by George Bell.
14 Apr Agnes child of George & Elizabeth (Kilpatrick) Brash 18 Apr Isabella child of Robert & Christian (Wait) Stamp 21 Apr John child of John & Mary (Smith) Caldwell 9 May Ann child of James & Ann (Young) Allan 9 May George child of Ezekiel. Register: Marriages -PageEntry Source: Original Parish Register Marriage: 22 Nov St Cuthbert, Churchtown, Lancs.
Thomas Howard - (X), this Parish Margaret Bond - (X), this Parish Witness: Thomas Howard; Edwd. Smith Married by Banns by: Wm. Docker Curate of Southport Register: Marriages -PageEntry The Civil War and Launceston By Sir Alfred Robbins,with additional research marked * by Richard and Otho Peter.
Upon the threshold of the English Civil War, one of the causes of which was the King’s attempt to levy ship-money, a portion of which impost Launceston had to pay.
VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY. The Victoria County History - Records here Detailed parish by parish survey across England. Whilst not specifically a family history website has large num.
About the Society Cardiganshire Family History Society was formed in to encourage the study of genealogy and family history in Cardiganshire by those having family connections with the county wherever they may live.
The aims of the Society are: • to cater for the needs of those from Wales, the UK, and overseas, researching their Cardiganshire ancestors. NOTE 3. Evidence that John (m St Teath) and Thomas (m St Breward) were brothers. St Teath is on the North coast near Tintagel and adjoins Lanteglos by Camelford parish on the inland side ().St Breward parish is on the other inland side of Lanteglos by Camelford and at its closest point about two miles from St Teath, so John and Thomas lived within walking distance of each other.
DENNIS, in Domesday Lan-Dines (the church of the hill), is a township and parish, bounded on the north-west by the river Fal and containing several small villages and hamlets; it is 3 miles east-south-east from St.
Columb Road station on the Newquay branch of the Great Western railway, 5 miles north-by-west from Burngullow station on the Great Western railway and 7 north-west from St.
Holy Trinity Parish St Peters Parish St Andrews Parish is in the Roborough Hundred SOURCE BAPTISMS MARRIAGES BURIALS OTHER CENSUS DRO IGI P (M) IGI (M) Plymouth RD Births & Baptisms c.
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