Cat No.: GB8057:
Transcripts of the original registers of one of the most famous churches in the world. Although, as one would expect, there are some very well heeled people marrying, or being buried here, virtually every marriage was by licence and many were ordinary people from all over the country.
The burials show people with occupations such as plasterer, bricklayer, printer and labourer were interred in the here, as well as a chap named Lord Horatia (sic) Nelson on January 9th 1806.
There are just four baptisms from 1708 until 1712 then forty more from 1875 until 1897. There are many, many more marriages dated from 1697 to 1758 and burials from 1760 until 1899.
Complete with an excellent index.
Kindly loaned to The Archive CD Books Project by The Harleian Society.
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