Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Derbyshire Parish Register Transcripts, 1538-1910 now on FamilySearch

There's a long list of Derbyshire parishes represented in the 1,474,822 parish records of baptism, marriage and burial recently added at FamilySearch. These are transcriptions, no source image is available. Search from https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1911752

The original source is Church of England records at the Derbyshire Record Office in Matlock.

Parishes included are:

Aldercar, Alfreton, Alsop En Le Dale, Alvaston, Ashbourne, Ashford In The Water, Aston-on-trent, Bakewell, Barlborough, Barrow Upon Trent, Baslow, Beeley, Belper, Blackwell, Bolsover, Bonsall, Boulton, Boylestone, Bradbourne, Bradwell, Brailsford, Brampton, Brassington, Bretby, Brimington, Buxton, Calke, Calow, Carsington, Castleton, Chapel-en-le-frith, Chellaston, Chelmorton, Chesterfield, Church Broughton, Clay Cross, Clowne, Codnor, Cotmanhay, Crich, Cromford, Dalbury, Darley Abbey, Darley Dale, Denby, Denby Common, Derby, Dore, Doveridge, Dronfield, Duffield, Eckington, Edale, Edensor, Edlaston, Egginton, Elvaston, Etwall, Eyam, Fenny Bentley, Findern, Foremark, Glossop, Great Longstone, Great Wilne, Hallam Fields, Harpur Hill, Hartington, Hartshorne, Hathersage, Hayfield, Hazelwood, Heage, Heanor, Heath, Hognaston, Holbrook, Holmesfield, Hope, Horsley, Horsley Woodhouse, Hulland, Idridgehay, Ironville, Kedleston, Killamarsh, King Sterndale, Kirk Hallam, Kirk Ireton, Kirk Langley, Little Eaton, Littleover, Long Eaton, Longford, Longlane, Lullington, Mapleton, Mapperley, Marston Montgomery, Marston On Dove, Matlock, Melbourne, Mellor, Mickleover, Milford, Monyash, Morley, Morton, Mugginton, Newbold, Newhall, Newton Solney, Norbury, North Wingfield, Ockbrook, Old Brampton, Old Whittington, Overseal, Parwich, Peak Forest, Pentrich, Pilsley, Pinxton, Pleasley, Quarndon, Radbourne, Repton, Riddings, Ridgeway, Ripley, Risley, Rowsley, Sandiacre, Sawley, Scarcliffe, Scropton, Shardlow, Sheldon, Shipley, Shirebrook, Shirley, Shottle, Smalley, Smisby, Snelston, Somercotes, Somersal Herbert, South Wingfield, Spondon, Stanley, Stanton, Staveley, Stoney Middleton, Sudbury, Swanwick, Swarkestone, Tansley, Thorpe, Ticknall, Tideswell, Tissington, Town End, Turnditch, Upper Langwith, Wardlow, Wessington, West Hallam, Whaley Thorns, Whittington Moor, Whitwell, Wingerworth, Winshill, Winster, Wirksworth, Woodville, Yeaveley.

As an aside, you may be interested in knowing the Franklin family papers (of explorer Sir John Franklin fame) are at the Derbyshire Archives and mentioned on their blog.

1 comment:

DenaP:) said...

Had the pleasure of visiting the Derbyshire Archives in Matlock in October 2014. Lovely, clean, well organized and very helpful staff. Found some wonderful family gems and I was permitted to photograph the orginal registers. Nice to see that what they contain is more accessible.