There has been a substantial addition to the databases at Lancashire BMD as follows:
19,703 births for Oldham RD comprising: All sub-districts (1913-1915)
4,493 births for Fleetwood & Fylde RD comprising: Kirkham (1904-1923)
8,000 births for West Lancashire (Ormskirk) RD comprising Aughton (1837-1893) This sub district was formerly in South Sefton RD.
4,722 marriages for South Sefton RD comprising: Crosby, St Luke (1900-1910); Bootle, St Andrew (1905-1910); Litherland, St Philip (1900-1910); Lydiate, St Thomas (1900-1910); Maghull, St Andrew (1900-1910); Melling, St Thomas (1900-1910); Seaforth, St Thomas (1900-1910); Sefton, St Helen (1900-1910); Waterloo, Christ Church (1900-1910); Waterloo, St John (1900-1910); Waterloo, St Mary (1900-1910); Bootle, St John (1900-1910); Blundellsands, St Nicholas (1900-1910); Bootle, Christ Church (1900-1910); Bootle, St Leonard (1900-1910); Bootle, St Mary (1900-1910); Bootle, St Matthew (1900-1910); Crosby, St Faith (1901-1910); Bootle, Methodist Church, Marsh Lane (1905-1910); Bootle, Methodist Chapel, Balliol Road (1905-1910); Crosby, Blundellsands Methodist Chapel, Mersey Road (1900-1910); Seaforth, Methodist Chapel, Gladstone Road (1900-1910); Waterloo, Wesley Chapel, Bath Street (1900-1910); Blundellsands URC, Warren Road, formerly Blundellsands Presbyterian (1900-1910); Litherland, Methodist Mission Hall, Linacre Road (1907-1910)
1,589 marriages for Ribble Valley RD comprising: Sabden, Baptists (1948-1984); Langho, St Leonard (1951-2003); Bolton by Bowland, St Peter & Paul (1951-1966); Gisburn, St Mary (1951-1962); Great Mitton, All Hallows (1951-1997); 132 for Grindleton, St Ambrose (1950-2004); Chipping, St Bartholomew (1951-2004); Clitheroe, St Paul (1950-2000); Whalley, St Mary (1951-1989)
2,325 marriages for Burnley RD comprising: Burnley, Ebenezer Chapel (Colne Rd) (1958-1972); Earby, Mount Zion (1963-1977); Brierfield, Methodist Chapel (Colne Rd) (1959-1980); Burnley, Mount Pleasant Baptist Chapel (Hammelton St) (1969-1977); Padiham, Nazareth Chapel (Knight Hill) (1965-1982); Nelson, Central Methodist Church (Carr Rd) (1953-1975); Briercliffe, Haggate Baptist Chapel (1953-1984); Burnley, United Reform Church (1972-1982); Burnley, Towneley Methodist Church (1963-1982); Colne, Baptist Chapel (East Parade) (1958-1967); Hapton, Methodist Chapel (1955-1976); Barrowford, Higherford Methodist Church (1951-1982); Brierfield, Baptist Chapel (Burnley Rd) (1962-1971); Padiham, Trinity Methodist Church (Cross Bank) (1959-1982); Burnley, Mount Olivet Baptist Church (Broughton St) (1970-1984); Briercliffe, Ebenezer Chapel (Halifax Rd) (1963-1981); Burnley, Methodist School Chapel (Lowerhouse) (1959-1982); Barnoldswick, Independent Methodist Chapel (1963-1982); Colne, Inghamite School Chapel (Cotton Tree) (1955-1969); Nelson, United Reform Church (Brunswick St) (1966-1984); Burnley, Ightenhill Methodist Church (1953-1982); Nelson, Baptist Chapel (Woodlands Rd) (1951-1977); Cliviger, Mount Zion Independent Methodist Chapel (Walk Mill) (1962-1989); Barnoldswick, Baptist Church Centre (Manchester Rd) (1970-1982); Earby, St Peter’s Methodist Church (Riley St) (1955-1979); Burnley, Sion Baptist Church (Church St) (1964-1984); Colne, St John’s Methodist Church (Albert Rd) (1953-1980); Colne, Ebenezer Chapel (Skipton Rd) Closed Church (1958-1961); Colne, The Methodist Chapel (Bunkers Hill) Closed Church (1961-1971); Colne, The Church of the Nazarene (Colne Lane) Closed Church (1966-1969); Padiham, Methodist Chapel (Church St) Closed Church (1952-1967); Higham, Methodist Chapel Closed Church (1954-1970); Nelson, Assembly of God (Larch St) Closed Church (1969-1970); Burnley, Wesley Chapel (1955-1965)
2,890 deaths for Preston RD comprising: Preston North East (1947-1951); Preston South West (1935-1952); Fulwood (1937-1956); Leyland(1837-1948); St John (1881-1889)
4,948 deaths for Hyndburn RD comprising: Great Harwood (1956-1969); Oswaldtwistle (1953-1969)
12,285 deaths for Blackpool RD comprising Blackpool South (1920-1936)
4,996 deaths for Fleetwood & Fylde RD comprising: Kirkham (1870-1903)
John says thanks to all the volunteers involved in this magnificent addition.