Essex parish register online
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There are now over 3 million individuals in our Sussex Parish Record Collection.The new batch covers individual records of: The Parish Record Transcription Society (PRTSoc) worked with The Genealogist and S&N to make their records available online.
You can read Nick Thorne's article, which explores this fascinating new collection here.We have added over 1.9 million individuals to our parish record collection covering the county of Sussex.Published in association with The Parish Record Transcription Society, this second release of records for the English county more than doubles the number of Parish Records available for the area.Also included within the records are recruits, boy soldiers, bandsmen and civilians working in the armed forces as clerks, pension recruiters and suchlike.Colonial regiments, which invariably contained numbers of British subjects are also featured.With a combined 3 million plus individuals from baptism, marriage and burial records now fully searchable it is easier than ever to discover ancestors from Sussex by turning to The Genealogist's Parish Record Collection.
These records are published as a result of a major project undertaken by PRTSoc staff and dedicated volunteers to transcribe the parish registers of West Sussex with the aim of preserving them for generations to come.The Genealogist's new release links individual properties to extremely detailed ordnance survey maps used in 1910 which are coupled with the accompanying books that will also provide researchers with basic information relative to the valuation of each property, including the valuation assessment number, map reference, owner, occupier, situation, description and extent.It will also enable family historians and those doing house histories to locate a specific house using an address that has previously been found in a census, or in a street directory.The 1851, 18 Worldwide Army List lists all officers and other ranks serving in the first quarter of 1851, second quarter of 18 together with their regimental HQ location (Although the 1861 index excludes officers as they were not mustered in all the Paylists).The index is, therefore, effectively a military surrogate for the census.With records that reach back to the mid 16th century, this release allows family historians to find the names of ancestors, their parents' forenames, the father's occupation (where noted), and the parish where the event took place.