Finally, if you want to know what parish had what registers you really should obtain one of two books - Yorkshire Parish Registers by Colin Blanshard Withers, which covers all Anglican parishes in Yorkshire with full details of when the registers begin, where the originals are held and what copies exist; or the National Index of Parish Registers, Volume 11 Parts 2 and 3, published by the Society of Genealogists (in two volumes, one covering the North and East Ridings and the other, Part 3, the West Riding). the disappearance after WW1 of Ernest Joseph Gloster.
The NIPR gives details of not only Anglican churches but Catholic and Nonconformist as well. Edmund George Benson "late Captain of the Royal Wiltshire Militia". We think that you should firstly search for his death past 1962 when he would still have been only 81 years old. John and William Axford who were in Parkhurst Prison in 1841, transported to New Zealand in 1842 and subsequently returned to England. The records of Parkhurst prisoners for the period 1838 to 1875 are held at the UK National Archives in the HO24/1 series.
My husband's grandfather's service record was on the film which not only showed all the details of his service - including when he was disciplined for leaving the base without permission - but also details of his marriage and the births of his children. (this latter sometimes called, for reasons unknown to me "admons").
We always thought he had two children but it turns out he had three, one dying at the age of 6 months and the child's death certificate formed part of the record." Were you aware............... Requirements vary slightly from one jurisdiction to another but generally speaking when somebody dies leaving assets owned in their name (bank accounts, real estate, vehicles etc) it is necessary to get an order from a court giving permission to a relative, a solicitor, a bank, a creditor, to deal with the estate and to transfer ownership to a rightful claimant.
Lancashire records include parish registers, cemetery records, directories, churchwardens' accounts and others. of Beryl Anderson’s historical documents for sale – check back often. id=9cg RAAAAIAAJ&pg=PR1&dq=Lancashire Google Books – type in Lancashire and you’re set for the whole day – including Tim Bobbin:- you’re interested in Lancashire dialect, this will either clear up confusion, or confuse you even more Interesting Merseyside items from old newspapers