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Parish Registers On CD

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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Leicestershire Phillimore Parish Records (Marriages) Volumes 01 to 12 on one CD


Leicestershire Phillimore Marriages Volumes 01 to 12 on one CD.

  • Abkettleby cum Holwell 1580-1812
  • Asfordby 1564-1837
  • Ashby Folville 1584-1837
  • Ashby Parva 1589-1837
  • Aylestone (with Glen Parva and Lubbesthorpe) 1561-1837
  • Barkby 1586-1812
  • Barkston 1569-1837
  • Barrow on Soar 1563-1837
  • Beeby 1538-1837
  • Belgrave 1653-1837
  • Birstall 1574-1837
  • Bitteswell 1558-1837
  • Blaby 1568-1837
  • Bottesford 1563-1812
  • Branston 1591-1839
  • Braunston 1561-1837
  • Brentingby 1558-1840
  • Brooksby 1767-1812
  • Burrough on the Hill 1612-1837
  • Burton Lazars 1762-1778
  • Burton on the Wold 1560-1837
  • Catthorpe 1573-1837
  • Cold Newton with Lowesby 1658-1837
  • Congerston 1756-1812
  • Cossington 1754-1837
  • Coston 1561-1812
  • Cropston with Thurcaston 1561-1837
  • Croxton Kerrial 1558-1837
  • Eastwell 1588-1837
  • Eaton 1724-1837
  • Evington 1601-1837
  • Freeby 1601-1837
  • Frisby on the Wreak 1659-1837
  • Frolesworth 1538-1837
  • Gaddesby 1569-1812
  • Gilmorton 1611-1837
  • Glenfield 1604-1837
  • Goadby Marwood 1657-1837
  • Great Dalby 1581-1812
  • Grimston 1635-1837
  • Harby 1700-1837
  • Harston 1707-1837
  • Hoby 1562-1812
  • Hose 1688-1837
  • Hoton 1653-1837
  • Houghton on the Hill 1584-1837
  • Humberstone 1559-1837
  • Hungerton 1614-1837
  • Keyham 1568-1837
  • Kirby Bellars 1713-1837
  • Kirby Muxloe 1619-1837
  • Knighton 1672-1837
  • Knipton 1562-1837
  • Leire 1559-1837
  • Little Dalby 1599-1812
  • Long Clawson 1558-1837
  • Lowesby with Cold Newton 1658-1837
  • Lubbesthorpe 1561-1837
  • Melton Mowbray 1546-1812
  • Mountsorrel 1677-1837
  • Muston 1561-1812
  • Nether Broughton 1577-1837
  • Old Dalby 1725-1837
  • Owston cum Newbold Saucy 1701-1837
  • Pickwell 1570-1841
  • Plungar 1695-1837
  • Prestwold 1560-1837
  • Queniborough 1562-1837
  • Quorndon 1576-1837
  • Ragdale 1668-1837
  • Ratby 1695-1812
  • ratcliffe on the Wreake 1698-1837
  • Rearsby 1653-1837
  • Redmile 1653-1837
  • Rotherby 1561-1812
  • Rothley 1562-1837
  • Saxby 1680-1837
  • Saxelbye (with Sholeby) 1555-1837
  • Scalford 1558-1812
  • Scraptoft 1539-1812
  • Seagrave 1682-1837
  • Sharnford 1595-1837
  • Sibson 1569-1812
  • Sileby 1568-1837
  • Somerby 1601-1812
  • South Croxton 1662-1837
  • Stapleford 1655-1837
  • Stathern 1567-1837
  • Stoughton 1537-1837
  • Swithland 1624-1837
  • Syston 1663-1837
  • Thorpe Arnold (with Brentingby) 1558-1840
  • Thorpe Satchville 1562-1812
  • Thrussington 1660-1812
  • Thurcaston cum Cropston 1561-1837
  • Thurmaston 1719-1837
  • Thurnby cum Bushby 1564-1837
  • Tilton on the Hill 1564-1837
  • twyford cum Thorpe Satchville 1562-1812
  • Walton on the Wolds 1568-1837
  • Wanlip 1563-1837
  • Wartnaby 1633-1838
  • Wigston Magna 1567-1837
  • Withcote 1681-1837
  • Woodhouse 1623-1837
  • Wyfordby 1558-1837
  • Wykeham cum Caldwell 1633-1837
  • Wymeswold 1560-1837

    There are also Protestation Oaths Rolls - 1641 for Aylestone, Bitteswell, Frolesworth and Gaddesby.

    Leicestershire Phillimore Parish Records  (Marriages) Volumes 01 to 12  on one CD
  • £14.95

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