Haughton Parish Register, Volumes 1-2

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Priv. print. for the Staffordshire Parish Register Society, 1902 - Baptismal records - 115 pages
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Page 39 - A REGISTER-BOOK for MARRIAGES in all Parish Churches and Chapels, Conformable to an Act of the Twenty Sixth of King GEORGE II entitled, An Act for the better Preventing of Clandestine Marriages PUBLISHED ACCORDING TO ACT OF PARLIAMENT By JOSEPH Fox, Parish Clerk to the Honourable the House of Commons.
Page 62 - Parish, including the districts and precincts aforesaid, and nil of their rights and appurtenances, whatsoever, you induct, or cause to be inducted, and him so inducted you do defend : and of what you shall have done in the...
Page 42 - Jane Merrey, wid. (said to have been first married in Scotland), with the consent of her father, by Rändle Darwall, lie.
Page ii - The earliest parts of the church, as at present existing, are three heavy Norman arches on the north side of the west end of the nave. The church to which these belonged must have been (if completed, on a very large scale.
Page 39 - Parish-Church of Haughton, in the County of Stafford, and Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry [followed by instructions as to entries, and, on the other side,} Forms of MARRIAGE REGISTERS filled up.
Page iv - Vol. 4 is bound in rough calf, and contains Marriages only from 1754 to 1812.
Page 39 - By Joseph Fox, Parish Clerk to the Honourable the House of Commons, &c.

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