Monday, 14 May 2018

FindmyPast adds Norfolk records for browsing

FindmyPast (www.findmypast.co.uk) has added the following collections to browse for Norfolk, England:


Norfolk Parish Registers Browse
Browse through original parish registers spanning more than 300 years of Norfolk history. Delve through more than 13,000 pages of baptism, marriage, banns and burial registers covering Church of England across the region.

Norfolk Parish Chest Records 1300-1990 Browse
Explore more than 227,000 parish chest records from Norfolk in a collection spanning six centuries. These records will enable you to browse through account books, apprenticeship registers, vital event records, poor rate books, and much more.

Norfolk Land Tax Assessments 1665-1837 Browse
Browse through over 60,000 assorted tax assessment records for the county of Norfolk. The collection spans the years 1665 to 1837.

The Norfolk Record Office records included in this collection are classified into the following event type categories:

Assessment for ongoing war
Assessment lists for royal aids
Assessment lists for royal aids and window tax assessments
Land & window tax assessments
Land tax assessments
Poll & land tax assessments
Poll tax assessment
Window tax assessments

Norfolk Borough Records 1317-1981 Browse
Browse through more than 58,000 Norfolk borough records from 1317 to 1981. There are 44 different types of record included this collection covering apprentices, freeman, courts, churches, petitions, sessions, poor rates and more.

Norfolk Archdeacon's Transcripts 1600-1812 Image Browse
Explore over 78,000 Archdeacon's transcripts to uncover vital details related to your ancestor's baptism, marriage, and burial.

Further details and relevant links are available at https://blog.findmypast.co.uk/findmypast-friday-may-11th-2567642212.html

Chris

For my genealogy guide books, visit http://britishgenes.blogspot.co.uk/p/my-books.html, whilst details of my research service are at www.ScotlandsGreatestStory.co.uk. Further content is also published daily on The GENES Blog Facebook page at www.facebook.com/BritishGENES.

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