With more and more people interested in researching their family history using their computer, there is demand for old records to be made available for viewing on CDs. Most of the old Parish Records are on either microfiche and microfilm, or in a book. Specialist companies like S&N Genealogy Supplies have made Parish Records available on CD by scanning in each microfiche, microfilm, and book and making them available to purchase through secure websites.
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A cornucopia of Catholic records and documents dating from the 16th century, and the first of a series of CDs, Miscellanea Volume 1 contains registers, notebooks, and the first part of the Official List of Prisoners for Religion under Elizabeth I, covering 1562-1580. Registers include the Catholic Mission of Winchester 1721-1826, the Catholic Registers of Cowdray, Easebourne and Midhurst 1745-1822, and of Pethir in Monmouthshire 1758-1818. Various other documents include a 1594 letter on the Martyrdom of the Venerable John Boste, Papers concerning Catholics during the reign of King Charles I, the Napper Family Register, Family Notes on the Smiths of Drax, the Huddleston Obituaries and more. Over 360 pages in all. (nb. Some sections contain Latin.)
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