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Early records of the Church of England.

James Fawcett

Early records of the Church of England.

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Church and Circuit records are usually deposited at local authority Archives and Record Offices. Record Offices also hold copies of Parish Records (Church of England), records from other non-conformist groups, wills, grants of probate, cemetery records and a range of other sources. Records of Central Government Taxation in England, c; Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire and Oxfordshire Historical Directories (75+) digitized trade directories covers England and Wales from the s to the s.


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Church records were kept in a chest (or strongbox) known as the "parish chest".Because the Church of England was ordered by the Crown to keep records on all their congregants, any recorded business other than the christenings, marriages and burials of the parishioners was kept in this chest and are known as "parish chest records.".

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Catholic Records [edit | Early records of the Church of England. book source]. From the time of the Reformation most congregations considered it too risky to keep records.

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