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parish registers of Farnborough, Kent, 1538-1652

parish registers of Farnborough, Kent, 1538-1652

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Published by [The Authors] in [UK] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranscribed by Geoffrey and Matthew Copus.
ContributionsCopus, Geoffrey., Copus, Matthew.
The Physical Object
Paginationv,45 leaves ;
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18706345M

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parish registers of Farnborough, Kent, 1538-1652 Download PDF EPUB FB2

The ‘paper’ parish registers of Farnborough was retained at Chelsfield afterand this has caused confusion, as the entries in this ‘paper’ register have been recorded as belonging to Chelsfield and not Farnborough.

In the registers, baptisms are recorded from towith one parish registers of Farnborough in Marriages are recorded from toand burials from towith again one entry in The records contain baptisms, marriages, and deaths for parishes throughout Kent.

Availability of records vary by year and locality. England, Kent, Parish Registers, — Farnborough Parish Church From we have a better idea of life in Farnborough because the records of the PARISH VESTRY are available to supplement the PARISH REGISTERS.

The earliest VESTRY records are extremely brief and little more than an account of moneys spent. Register Book for Marriages 0 - 10 - 0 Gave away to pases 0 - 1 - 3.

The Farnborough registers which begin in are contained, so far as they have been printed, in three volumes. The first volume consists of 92 parchment pages, bound in vellum, parish registers of Farnborough by 6, containing the entries from to There is a blank from to Pembury Parish Registers: Sarah Jeffery [Kersley] Marriage: 26 th Dec St.

Peter's Church: Parish of Farnborough, Kent: Parish of Farningham, Kent: Parish of Faversham, Kent: engravings and photographs; and books loaded in the previous version. We have transcribed a large number of the parish registers from across Kent.

These transcriptions are available to purchase on CD. Farnborough (M ) Farningham (M ) Folkestone (CMB ) If you have Dymchurch ancestors you may enjoy this book. England, Derbyshire, Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, Derbyshire Baptism Index the Parish of Farnborough, in the London Borough of Bromley.

We hope that you will enjoy reading these pages about our church and community. Over the past one thousand years countless people have come here to worship God, to celebrate, to mark the important events in their families' lives and to seek meaning, comfort, and strength from God.

the individual registers will be found in the parish catalogues in the search room and community history area. The majority of these registers are available to view on microfilm. Many of the parish registers for the Canterbury diocese are now available on.

access to which is free in all Kent libraries. Bishops’ Transcripts. In Lt. Col. Henry Wilson of Farnborough Lodge transcribed for publication those parish registers of Farnborough which were in the Vestry there, up 1o In the preface to his book he describes the three volumes he had initially transcribed, the earliest of which contained entries from towith a gap from toparish registers of Farnborough lacking burials from   Farnborough (St Peter) (good for baptisms, marriages and burials).

1538-1652 book my opinion, this sensational event in the village would have meant some comment in the register if true. Fred Whyler, part of ‘Farnborough Parish Registers – ’, from the magazine of the Bromley Borough Local History Society, June And this is from the St.

Giles church website, taken from the original St. Giles Guidebook: On the South wall of the nave next to the gallery, is the painted. Farlington, St Andrew Parish Registers. BAPTISMS MARRIAGES + Knightroots; BAPTISMS MARRIAGES BURIALS + Parish of Farlington; BAPTISMS MARRIAGES BURIALS + FamilySearch.

Kent Parish Registers: Fanny Wickenden: Christening: 31 st May Trinity Church: Joshua Wickenden: Parish of Farnborough, Kent: Parish of Farningham, Kent: Parish of Faversham, Kent: Parish of Five Oak Green, Kent engravings and photographs; and books.

Sheerness Parish Registers. BAPTISMS MARRIAGES BURIALS + FamilySearch; BAPTISMS BURIALS + Sheerness & the Isle of Sheppey. The parish registers of Great and Little Woolstone, Buckingham Co., and the parish registers of Horton Kirbie, Kent Co.

Vol The register of Newenden, Co. Kent Vol The registers of Boughton-under-Blean, Co. Kent: baptismsmarriagesburials FARNBOROUGH. ADJOINING to Keston, eastward, lies FARNBOROUGH, called in the Textus Roffensis, most probably took its name from the natural disposition of the soil to bear fern, the latter syllable, berge, signifying in old English a little hill; an etymology well suiting the situation of the parish lies on high ground, the soil of it is but thin and poor.

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.

From a copy of the records had to be made and sent to the Bishop. Transcripts of Parish Registers - Farnborough Somerset genealogy. 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 Guide to Milstead, Kent ancestry, family history, and genealogy: parish registers, transcripts, census records, birth records, marriage records, and death records.

How-To Books; Maps / Gazetteers; Military / Naval; Miscellaneous; Monumental Inscriptions; Nonconformists; Parish Registers; Poor Law; Reference & Research; Society Journals; Society Subscriptions; Wills and Probate; Farnborough Supplier: Hampshire Genealogical Society.

The town of Farnborough is on both sides of this map, with the. Ruckinge Parish Marriages - St Marys Hoo Kent - Out of Parish Marriages - to Sandwich, St Clements Marriage Banns Staplehurst All Saints Parish Church Marriages and Marriage Banns Stelling Minnis Parish Marriages and Kent Parish Registers on Fiche Some parish registers are divided into several fiche sets.

The dates given may contain gaps. Baptist Church C Fairfield M Farnborough M Farningham CMB Faversham St Mary Charity CM + Fawkham CMB North West Kent FHS.

£ Ash St Peter & St Paul. North West Kent FHS. £ Ash St Peter & St Paul DVD Rom. Parish Registers & more on DVD. Images from all the Parish Registers, Ag Lab Chronicles etc. Fenland FHS. £ Fenland Memorial Inscriptions and Parish Registers - Sutton St Edmund Halsall St. Cuthbert Burial Books Parish Registers for baptisms, Marriages & Burials (as originally transcribed by Thomas Colyer-Fergusson).

Latin entries translated into English, data fully searchable CD The Register of Neenton, Shropshire Parish Register Societj', 8vo. Newark-on-Trent (Notts) Newark Register.

Marriages, ; Extracts, Edenbridge Parish Registers: Mary Sales [Saxby] Marriage: 21 st Jul St. Peter and St. Paul: Parish of Farnborough, Kent: Parish of Farningham, Kent: Parish of Faversham, Kent: Parish of Five Oak Green, Kent: engravings and photographs; and books loaded in the previous version.

Above is a copy of the christening record of Ann Nye from the Parish Registers of Leigh, Kent, England in the year Ann Nye is the second child born to Thomas Nye and Anne Walker (click on the link for a list of siblings).

Her christening took place on 31 May in the parish church at Leigh, Kent. In the late 's to it was handled in the parish by antiquarian Henry Wilson who lived at Farnborough Lodge. In he completed a foreword for a book entitled the Parish Registers of Farnborough which was printed and published in and which he is designated as editor.

Towns and Villages of Kent, England LINKS Farnborough Marriages Farnborough Burials - Farningham and Eynesford Local History Society Rochester Parish Registers Rochester Shipping Registers Rochester Photos Romney Marsh baptisms St Mary Cray PRs.

Composite Registers in Latin in plain paper book. Baptisms (includes birth & baptism dates & Godparents names); Marriages& £ Brigadier-General John Jacob CB.

Brigadier-General John Jacob CB () was founder of the town, now city, of Jacobabad, in India (now in Pakistan). Chislehurst, a village and a large parish on the highroad from Bromley to the Crags, in Kent, with two stations on the S.E.R., 10 miles from London.

The village is situated on one of the most beautiful commons in Kent, surrounded by magnificent trees, and is feet above the sea. It has a head post office. Acreage of parish, ; population. Parish History [edit | edit source]. CUDHAM (St. Peter and St. Paul), a parish, in the union of Bromley, hundred of Ruxley, lathe of Sutton-at-Hone, W division of Kent, 7 miles SE by S from Bromley.

Cudham is a village in the London Borough of Bromley, Cudham Wikipedia contains links to the history of the parishes of Cudham and Downe, Kent Genealogy and references to the birth of the.

St Giles, Farnborough, Kent Burial and Cremation Records. The parish of Farnborough (Kent) is another example of what local volunteers are doing, not only to maintain the Church and Churchyard but also to provide help and information to family historians.

At Farnborough, Kent Parish you will find a link entitled Grave Registers. Clicking on. An illustration of an open book.

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This data collection contains baptism, marriage, and burial records fromfrom Church of England parish registers in Surrey. You should note that marriages after were meant to be recorded in separate registers however some churches continued to record marriages amongst composite registers.

Parish Registers A Brief History of Parish Registers. Here is a timeline which gives you a summary of how Parish Registers began, and how they have changed over time.

Baptisms, marriages and burials were entered in seperate, specially printed books, eight. Parish List. Kent is a county in the southeast of England. It borders London, Essex, Surrey, and Sussex, and nominally France, midway through the Channel Tunnel.

Searching Parish Records online. There are many websites offering online records, but the one that stands out above the rest is is a vast online research site, holding complete BMD and census records, along with Parish Registers, military records, directories, non-conformist records, and much more.

Parish records are available in two formats - transcripts/database records.Dudley (England) -- Church history. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Dudley (England) Dudley (England) -- History; England -- Church history; Church h.He has written and co-written eight books addressing different aspects of the social history of education, including secondary education, school choice and adolescence and youth.

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