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The Rer. O. W. Tancock, of Little Waltham Rectory, Chelmsford, is Hon. Sec. of the St. Alban's Committee, and E. A. Fry, Esq., of the Worcester, and either of these gentlemen will be glad to answer enquiries as to their method of work, so that a uniform plan may be adopted in other Dioceses.
The St. Alban's " Diocesan Quarterly ” for the past quarter (No. 15, price 3d. post free, W. Root, Halstead, Essex) contains an account of what has been done in the St. Alban's Diocese.*
It is to be hoped that an effort will afterwards be made to get all the Registers transcribed and indexed, and copies kept in the Parish for reference. A small fee should be agreed upon as to be charged for consultation of the Transcript for purposes of Genealogical research, the charge for certified extracts from the original Registers remaining, of course, as at present.
The Committee are again indebted to Geo. W. Marshall, LL.D. (Rouge Croix) for his revision of the list of Printed Registers. The somewhat arduous labour of compiling and editing the Calendar bas been undertaken by Ralph Nevill, F.Š.A. the Hon. Sec. of the Committee, and E. A. Fry, the Hon. Sec. of the Parish Register Society.
All who may publish to transcribe Registers in future are invited to send particulars to either of the above named gentlemen, who have undertaken to compile the next List.
RALPH NEVILL, Hon. Sec.
13, Addison Cresent,
The particulars obtained of the Registers of Herts. will be printed in
Middlesex and Herts. Notes and Queries, commencing January, 1897
(Messrs. Hardy & Page, 44, Chancery Lane, W.C.). * The Worcester Diocesan Mag. for December, 1896 (Midland Education
Co., Corporation Street, Birmingham, price 2 d. post free), contains a similar Report for the Worcester Diocese.
The First Report of the Committee, issued in 1892, contains advice as
to the transcription and publication of Registers, and a specimen
alphabet of the characters chiefly used. There are also Calendars of all Registers known to have been
transcribed or printed up to the date of issue. The Calendars here given are supplementary to those in the First Report.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
List No. 1.-Parish Registers printed as separate works.
No. 2.-Parish Registers printed in other works.
No. 3.--Parish Registers transcribed in MS.
No. 4.-Registers of other Churches in all classes.
No. 5.- Sundry Records of allied character.
No. 1.-List of Parish Registers that have been printed as separate works.
READING, St. Giles, 1518-1546, Walter L. Nash.
CHESHIRE. BIDSTONE, 1581-1700, W. F. Irvine.
STOCKPORT, St. Mary, 1584-1620, E. W. Bulkely 1889 CORNWALL. REDRUTH, 1560-1716, J. C. Peter, Redruth 1894, 4to CUMBERLAND. DALSTON, vol. i. 1570-1678, vol. ii. 1679-1812, Rev. J. Wilson, M.A., 1893 and 1896. Indexed, with corrections from Bishops' transcripts.
KIRK OSWALD, 1577-1609, Canon Thornley
DORSETS. BERE HACKETT, 1549-1745, E. A. Fry, Par.
CAUNDLE BISHOP, 1570-1814, Rev. Canon C.
HOLNEST, 1589-1812, E. A. Fry (Dorset Records)
LONG BURTON, 1580-1812, E. A. Fry (Dorset Records)
DURHAM CATHEDRAL, 1609-1896, Harl. Soc. (in press).
GLO'STERS. MARSHFIELD, 1558-1793, F. A. Crisp, F.S.A., pr.
ORPINGTON, 1560–1754, H. C. Kirby
Lond. 1895, 8vo
HAWKSHEAD, 1568-1794, H. Swainson
Cooper, F.S.A. dmy. 8vo
LINCOLNS. HORBLING, 1653-1837, H. Peet
Liverpool, 1895, 8vo
CHARTERHOUSE CHAPEL, Bap. 1696-1836, Mar. 1671–1754 and 1837-1890, Bur. 1695–1854, Francis Collins, M.D., Harl. Soc., vol. xviii.
CHRISTCHURCH, Newgate Street, 1538-1754, W. A. Littledale, M.A., Harl. Soc., vol. xxi.
ST. GEORGE'S CHAPEL, Mayfair, Bap. 1740
1735-1754 (wrongly entered in last list), George J.
ST. GEORGE'S, Hanover Square, Mar. 1810-1836 (in press),
ST. JAMES', Clerkenwell, Bur. 1551-1754, Robt. Hovenden,
NORFOLK. NORWICH, St. George's Tombland, 1538-1707. NORTHANTS. MAXEY, 1538-1712, Rev. W. D. Sweeting, M.A. (Mitchell & Hughes)
WELLOW, 1703-1812, Geo. W. Marshall, LL.D.
Exeter, 1896, 8vo
WORKSOP, 1558-1771, Geo. W.
Guildford, 1894, 8vo
RUTLAND. NORTH LUFFENHAM, 1572-1812, Rev. P. J. Dennis, Par.
SOMERSET. BRUTON, 1826-1890, Rev. T. A. Strong.
BARDWELL, 1538-1650, Rev. F. E. Warren, F.S.A.
BRAMFIELD, 1539-1889, Rev. T. S. Hill (Mitchell &
SURREY. BANSTEAD, 1547-1789, F. H. Lambert, F.S.A., Par. Reg.
WARWICKS. FILLONGLEY, 1538-1653, Rev. A. B. Stevenson.
WESTMORELAND. ASBY, 1657-1798, T. R. Rivington
YORKS. BATLEY, 1559-1800, M. Sheard.
BURNSALL, vol. i. 1559-1700, vol.
RAVENSTONEDALE, 1570-1812, Rev. R. W. Metcalfe
WORCESTERS. KNIGHTWICK WITH DODDENHAM, 1538-1812, Rev.
J. Bowstead-Wilson, F.S.A.
WORCESTER, St. Alban's, 1630-1812, Rev. J. Bowstead-
BOLTON ABBEY, 1689-1812, Rev. A. P. Howes, M.A.
1783-1812, Rev. W. J. Stavert,
CONISTONE, 1567-1812, Rev. W. J. Stavert, M.A.
FELKIRK, 1701-1812, A. N. J. Royds, Rochdale, 1894, 8vo
RYLSTONE, vol. i. 1559-1723, vol. ii. 1724-1812, Rev.
SADDLEWORTH, 1613–1751, J. Radcliffe
Skipton, 1894-6, 8vo
YORK, Holy Trinity, 1586-1760, Rev. E. Bulmer (in
YORK, St. Martin-cum-Gregory, 1538-1745, Rev. E.
No. 2. List of Parish Registers printed in books and periodicals.
DIDCOT, Bap. 1562-1647, Berks Notes and Queries, Oct. 1890, to April 1891.
CAMBRIDGES. CAMBRIDGE, St. Michael, 1538-1837, J. Vean, Camb. Antiqu. Soc., vol. xxv. (complete part)
DURHAM. ESH, 1566
Cheshire Notes and Queries.
Pro. Soc. Antiqu., Newcastle-on-Tyne.
*GLO'STERS. FORTHAMPTON, Mar. 1678-1812, Rev. E. R. Dowdeswell,
Glouc. Mar. Reg.
FROCESTER, Mar. 1559-1799, Rev. W. Symonds, Glouc.
KING STANLEY, Mar. 1573-1812, Rev. T. W. Cattell and
MAISEMORE, Bap. 1600-1663, Mar. 1557-1590, Bur.
NYMPSFIELD, Mar. 1679-1812, Rev. J. Silvester, G. M. R.
PEBWORTH, Mar. 1595-1700, Rev. T. P. Wadley,
QUEDGELY, Mar. 1559-1836, Rev. E. L. Bryan and Rev.
RENDCOMBE, Mar. 1566-1812, Rev. G. E. A. Kempson,
SLIMBRIDGE, Mar. 1635-1812, Rev. W. Symonds, G. M. R.
WHADDON, Mar. 1674-1711, G. N. & Q.
The Glo'ster Marriage Registers are being printed in Glo'ster Notes and Queries, and will be issued in volumes, the first of which is now complete. See Preface.
Rev. J. Thoyts, Par. Hist. of Ashe,
Clowes & Sons
NORTHAW, Bps. Trans., sundry years, 1564-1748, Herts.
ST. ALBAN'S ABBEY, 1558-1689, Wm. Brigg, B.A., Herts.
ST. ALBAN'S, St. Michael's in, Bps. Trans., sundry years
ST. ALBAN'S, St. Stephen's in, Bps. Trans., sundry years,
WIGGINTON, Bps. Trans., sundry years, 1609-1670, Herts.
LINCOLNS. KINGERBY, 1562-1760 (in progress in Northern Genealogist), Bishop's Transcript.
MIDDLESEX. CHISWICK, Mar. 1678-1800 (in "Chiswick "), W. P. W.
NORTHANTS. CLAY COTON, 1541
(in progress, Northern
MAXEY, 1538-1712, Rev. W. D. Sweeting, M.A.,
NORTHUMBERLAND. ELSDON, 1672- , Proc. Soc. Antiqu., Newcastle-on-Tyne (in progress).
WARKWORTH, Bap. and Mar. 1688, Bur. 1674, J. C. Hodgson, Proc. Soc. Antiqu., Newcastle-on-Tyne (in progress).
NOTTS. NEWARK, Mar. 1650-1662, Northern Genealogist. OLLERTON, 1592-1812, G. W. Marshall, LL.D., The
WELLOW, 1703-1812, G. W. Marshall, LL.D., The
SOMERSET. STREET, 1599
(in progress in The Genealogist).
SUFFOLK. FRESTON, 1538-1894, Rev. C. R. Durrant, "Life in a Suffolk village," 1887-91.
WARWICKS. SOUTHAM, 1539-Bap. 1633, Mar. 1657, Bur. 1647,
WORCESTERS. INKBERROW, 1675-1778, Rev. T. N. Leeke, Par. Mag.
STARTFORTH, 1661-1691 (in progress in Northern
WHITKIRK, 1603-1700, J. W. Morkill, M.A., Records