Thursday, 10 August 2017

Nottinghamshire parish records added to TheGenealogist

From TheGenealogist (

TheGenealogist releases 650,000 additional Parish Records for Nottinghamshire

TheGenealogist has extended its UK Parish Records collection with a new and exclusive release of 650,000 parish records for Nottinghamshire. These records can be used to find your ancestors’ baptisms, marriages and burials in these fully searchable records that cover parishes from this important East Midland county of England. With records that reach back to 1633, this release includes the records of 56 parishes, including:

369,100 individuals in Baptisms, 168,000 individuals in Marriages and 112,800 individuals in Burials

You can use these transcripts to find the names of ancestors, parents’ forenames (in the case of baptisms), father’s occupation (where noted), abode or parish, parish that the event took place in, the date of the event, and in the case of marriage records the bride’s maiden name and the witnesses’ names.

These additions bring our Nottinghamshire parish record collection to over 919,800 records.To search these records and many more see

Read our article:

Parishes covered in this release are:

● Awsworth
● Arnold
● Awsworth
● Balderton
● Barnby in the Willows
● Barton in Fabis
● Beeston
● Bilsthorpe
● Bingham
● Blidworth
● Bole
● Burton Joyce
● Calverton
● Car Colston
● Coddington
● Cottam
● Cromwell
● Dunham
● Eakring
● East Bridgford
● East Drayton
● East Retford
● Egmanton
● Elston
● Elton
● Epperstone
● Everton
● Farnsfield
● Flawborough
● Fledborough
● Flintham
● Gamston
● Gotham
● Greasley
● Grove
● Hucknall Torkard
● Kneesall
● Kneeton
● Laneham
● Laxton
● Lowdham
● North Collingham
● Orston
● Owthorpe
● Papplewick
● Perlethorpe
● Radford
● Ratcliffe on Soar
● Rolleston
● Scarrington
● Selston
● Shelford
● Skegby
● Stapleford
● West Bridgford
● Woodborough

(With thanks to Nick Thorne)


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