2 edition of List of calendars, transcripts & microfilms in the North Yorkshire County Record Office found in the catalog.
List of calendars, transcripts & microfilms in the North Yorkshire County Record Office
North Yorkshire (England). County Record Office.
|Series||North Yorkshire County Record Office publications -- no.38, North Yorkshire County Record Office -- no.1|
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|Number of Pages||66|
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The North Yorkshire County Record Office holds a book used by the Rudby Parochial Church Council as a Minute Book, which had originally been used in the 19th century as a notebook by the Revd R J Barlow. The book opens with Mr Barlow's jotted "Notes on Humbolts Cosmos Vol 1.". Coos County, Oregon Public Records Directory - Quickly find public record sources in the largest human edited public record directory. Find property records, vital records, inmate and court records, professional and business licenses, contractor licenses and much more.
Northumberland Record Office, Newcastle: It is believed that the Archive has Agreements and Crew Lists. North Yorkshire County Record Office: Agreements and Crew Lists for ships registered at Middlesborough, Scarborough and Whitby , , , some log books but by no means for every vessel. The records are arranged chronologically. The church records at Lancashire County Record Office are C, ; M, ; B, Note that the IGI has indexed Mitton under Yorkshire and the periods covered are C, and M, The Lancashire County Record Office has copies of the BTs on microfilm.
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The searchroom is used for the consultation of original documents, microfilms, transcripts, guides and catalogues. Record office staff provide supervision and are available to offer help and advice at all times. Guides and catalogues. Guides to our holdings can be found on the display stand in the searchroom.
NARA has microfilmed over 3, series of Federal records that contain a wealth of valuable information for scholars and other researchers. A comprehensive catalog that lists these microfilm publications by record group is available, as are catalogs for Federal population censuses covering the years NARA has published seven subject catalogs that list.
A list of the parishes and dates we cover is available online on our Research Guides page. We do not hold parish records for the archdeaconry of the East Riding or the archdeaconry of Cleveland. These are held by the East Yorkshire Record Office at Beverley and the North Yorkshire County Record Office at Northallerton respectively.
Find your North Yorkshire ancestors using the wide range of resources held at North Yorkshire County Record Office. North Yorkshire County Record Office collects, preserves and makes accessible historic records of significance for the study of North Yorkshire: we hold over 2, collections dating from the 12 th to the 21 st century that contain a wealth of documents from.
Probate Index related to documents covering Lancashire north of the Ribble, and parts of Cumberland, Westmorland and Transcripts & microfilms in the North Yorkshire County Record Office book, Colin Blanshard Withers has produced a list of all known Indexes and Calendars relating to Yorkshire Probate.
This is available in both Microsoft Word format .doc) and plain text format .txt) from his site. The North Yorkshire County Record Office does not hold registers for all the parishes situated in the County of North Yorkshire and the former North Riding.
This reference guide lists parishes alphabetically and will tell you where the registers for each parish are held. Separate lists of the following types of records are available: Guide no. Family History. This section of our website contains information about the family history records in Durham County Record Office.
These include Church of England parish registers dating back to the 16th century and nonconformist church registers. There are links to all the main sources used by family historians, such as wills, census and birth, marriage and death records, in the.
The Selection and Preparation Of Records for Publication on Microfilm[HTML] [PDF] In an era of digitization, NARA continues to microfilm records because microfilm is a low-cost, reliable, long-term, standardized image storage medium. The equipment needed to view microfilm images is simple, consisting of light and magnification.
The medium has a life. Corporation of London Records Office: Records of criminal cases tried at London Criminal Court (Old Bailey) and of prisoners held in Newgate Gaol. Index to persons indicted The lists give name and date and an abbreviated indication of the offence, and sometimes of the sentence.
Sessions Minute-books (Fair Entry Books) Monumental Inscriptions: Current memorials are recorded in a manuscript card index kept in the Parish Church, early records of stained glass and Arms are recorded by Roger Dodsworth in Yorkshire Church Noteseditor JW Clay, published by YAS (Record Series Vol).
The Keighley FHS have published the transcribed and updated the card index of. The county record office collects, preserves, and makes available a wealth of archive material relating to the history of the county of North Yorkshire.
Searching birth, marriage and death records If you are searching official records, the best source to begin with is birth, marriage and death certificates.
This guide lists and provides access to all the record series at The National Archives which are available to view and download for free. These are all digital microfilm records.
Our digital microfilm records cover a wide and varied set of subjects, from military and naval records to Foreign Office. Hebden (/ ˈ h ɛ b. d ən / HEB -dərn) is a village and civil parish in the Craven district of North Yorkshire, England, and one of four villages in the ecclesiastical parish of Linton.
It lies near Grimwith Reservoir and Grassington, in Wharfedale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. In it had a population of Hebden Hebden Post Office (now closed) Hebden Location within North. [The Rudby-in-Cleveland PCC Minute Book NYCRO PR/HTR: MIC ] Mr Barlow's Notebook The North Yorkshire County Record Office holds a book used by the Rudby Parochial Church Council as a Minute Book, which had originally been used in the 19th century as a notebook by the Revd R J Barlow.
If staff members are unable to search their records, you may ask for a list of record agents who can search the records for you. A helpful book that displays maps of record office locations is: Gibson, J.S.W. and Pamela Peskett. Record Offices--How to Find Them.
[England]: Federation of Family History Societies, c FHL Collection. (The. 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. Scarborough records a calendar. [M Y Ashcroft] Book: All Authors / Contributors: M Y Ashcroft.
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North Yorkshire County Record Office]. They collect, preserve and makes accessible historic and current records of significance for the study of North Yorkshire and its people and hold them in trust for the use of present and future generations.
Some of the records date from 12th century and. SLEEVE An article of correspondence from Mrs J. Smeaton, Acting County Archivist at the North Yorkshire County Record Office in response to an enquiry regarding the parish records of the Bentham, Ingleton and Chapel-le-Dale area; a photocopy of the index of contents regarding the parish of Chapel-le-Dale.
Find your Yorkshire ancestors, local history and details of their lives with these links to online family history and genealogy resources. Archives Barnsley Archives Leeds Diocesan Archives As well as assisting in the present-day administration of the Diocese, the archives have long been a rich source of material for historians.
A significant part of the [ ]. A. General Info The County Clerk of New York County is responsible for receiving papers initiating actions and special proceedings and maintaining the official case files of the court, which contain all papers filed with the court in each case.
These files (other than older files and electronic files described below) are kept in the Supreme Court Record Room (Room B. A printed transcript of the Thirsk registers from to was published in and can be found as Volume 42 in the Yorkshire Parish Register Society series (and there are two copies in the Parvise.) Indexed transcripts of the registers to can be consulted at the North Yorkshire County Record Office.Manor and Squires of Bedale), later deposited in the North Yorkshire County Record Office, Northallerton (reference 2V, microfilm number ), and since published as Hird’s Annals of Bedale (edited by Lesley Lewis,Vols).