More Yorkshire, Dorset, London, Northamptonshire and Kent parish records have gone online.
The subscription/pay-per-view website Find My Past UK has published online transcripts of a further 574,800 English parish records, and at the same time made it easier to research parish records by adding a browse facility.
Find My Past says: “Users of the website will now notice the addition of a previous and a next button on their screens when viewing a parish record image, enabling them to browse through the registers page by page.
“The new parish record transcripts now available on the site include:
- 96,545 Northamptonshire marriage records 1538-1975
- 431,683 Northamptonshire burial records 1527 to 2006
“This new record collection covers a multitude of parishes, including Towcester, Harpole, Peterborough St John, Northampton All Saints and Oundle and is a new project with Northamptonshire Family History Society in association with the Federation of Family History Societies.
- 16,713 Kent baptisms from the parishes of Crayford, Greenwich and Darenth covering 1813 to 1856
- 1,454 Kent marriage records from Greenwich spanning the years 1791 to 1842
“This record launch marks the start of a new project with North West Kent Family History Society.
- 7,169 Dorset baptism records from the parishes of Whitchurch Canonicorum, Lydlinch, Morden, Portesham, Frampton, Dorchester St Peter and Hamoon spanning 1559 to 1894
- 704 Dorset marriages from Symondsbury and Lydlinch, 1560 to 1812
- 6,346 Dorset burial records from Durweston, Loders, Lydlinch, Spetisbury, Milton Abbas, Dorchester Holy Trinity, Warmwell and Morden, 1641 to 1812
These records are published online in association with Dorset Family History Society.
- 86,806 Yorkshire baptism records from Oughtibridge, Norton Lees, Ecclesfield, Ecclesal, Netherthorpe, Attercliffe, Sheffield and St Pauls spanning 1599 to 1996
“These records are published in association with Sheffield & District Family History Society.
“In addition Find My Past UK has added more baptisms to its Docklands record collection as follows:
- St Dunstan Stepney 1680-1689 10,027 entries
- St Matthew’s 1790-1799 4,159 entries
“All the new records can be searched free of charge within the ‘Life Events’ section of the website, along with the 42 million other parish records currently available on the site.”