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Suffolk Parish Registers - Marriages (4 Vols). Archive CD Books Parish Register Series. A set of 4 volumes for the county of Suffolk , please note that not all parishes were available when the transcriptions were made. Transcriptions of marriages from the earliest parish registers (1500s) through to 1812. Ref 0866 Price £11.50
The Parish Register of Culford, Suffolk
The Parish Register of Culford, Suffolk. Printed trancripts of the registers. Baptisms, Marriages and Burials 1560-1778 Ref 0865 Price £11.50
The Parish Register of Timworth, Suffolk
The Parish Register of Timworth, Suffolk. Printed transcripts of the register. Baptisms 1565-1716, Marriages 1558-1715 and Burials 1572-1715. Ref 0866 Price £11.50
Sudbury Allegations for Marriage Licences
Allegations for Marriage Licences in the Archdeaconry of Sudbury in the County of Suffolk 1684-1839. Published by the Harleian Society 1918-1921 in four volumes. The very first entry in 1684 reads; John Murrell, of Lawshall, husbandman, & Sarah Richier, of Hepworth. Bondsman: Robert Garland, of Weltham, Husbandman. 3 Jan., 1684/5. This class of records are incredibly valuable to the family historian, as prior to 1837 marriages in parish registers did not state the father's name, and also rarely stated an occupation of the groom.Elian Helen, of Sudbury St. Peters, s.m. [single man], grocer, & Mary Ann Vincent, of Little Waldingfield, s.w. at same. 13 Jan 1818.Wm. Mann, jun., of Bromley, Middlesex, grazier, s.m., & Maria Strutter, of St. Mary, Bury St. Edmunds, at same. Bondsman John Stutter, of Bury St. Edmunds, gent. 19 Jan 1818.John Cook, of Assington, s.m., & Mary Elizh. Vincent, of Little Waldingfield, 19 years (father Philip Vincent, of same), at same. 19 Jan 1818.John Stickwood, of Sketchwoth, 19 years, & Sarah Hart, of same, s.w., 25 years. Edw. Stickwood, father of John Stickwood. Surrogate: J. Gee. 30 May 1755.It is well worth noting that there are many people here who were from outside the county of Suffolk, so these records will appeal to a wide range of researchers. The four books are arranged in date order and are fully indexed for names. Ref 8024 Price £21.00
Ancient Funeral Monuments
Ancient Funeral Monuments - 1631. A superb and very ancient book published in 1631 - gravestone & monumental inscriptions in churches in East Anglia, London, the home counties and the south east. Transcribed as they appeared in 1631 !! Hundreds of these gravestones were destroyed during the Civil War of 1642. The book is organised into dioceses and then the churches within each. The outer columns of each page contain the short references to the people whose gravestones appear. By nature, in this very early period, it was relatively unusual for a family to have a gravestone or monument. Some churches contain just a few, others contain many.This very early and rare book is invaluable to genealogists. There is nothing else like it! Ref 0470suf Price £15.50
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