Alstonfield Parish Register [1538-1812]: Part I-[V] July 1902-[Dec. 1906], Parts 1-5

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Priv. Print. for the Staffordshire Parish Register Society, 1902 - Registers of births, etc
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Page 176 - Price List on application to the "Staffordshire Advertiser" Office, Stafford, or to the Hon. Secretary. Indexing. — The Council will be very pleased to receive offers of help in indexing the various Registers, as also offers of Transcribing. Offers of help may be sent to the Editor.
Page 215 - June the 20th of tne same year; which (as the Wisest thought,) procured many pestilentious diseases, as agues, strong ffeavours, small-pox, cum multis aliis; of which many died in y" Countrey, chifely in great Cities & towns corporate.
Page 215 - A very sträng and fiery Meteor in form like a sword appeared North-west by West in December 1680 and continued about 6 weeks, after which ensued a tedious and long Drought which began Aprill the loth, 1681, and continued till June the 2oth of the same year...
Page 176 - Day in the forenoon was drowned in Dove, in the foard at the Load End ; shee ryding behind her daughter, the...
Page 33 - Gybbe, s. of Eliz. Gybbe, a bastarde, slayne in falling out of a wayne by a blowe of a piece of woodde called a somer . . bur.
Page 177 - Aug. 30. Humphrey Dakin, buried about 2 of the clock in the night, feareing an arrest . . . . . . bur.
Page 180 - Eliz., 2 children of Thos. Stones, junr., who died of the small poxe, and wer both burried in one grave
Page 74 - The great Snow began to fall, and so continued increaseing the most dayes until the i2 of March.
Page 183 - Hill, who was smothered in a snowy day on Calton Moor . . . . . . bur.

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