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Bishop's Transcripts

Bishop's transcripts covering the 1720s to 1740s were found in the Public Record Office in England (now The National Archives).[1] They were published 100 years ago and are now available online:

  • 1721-1729 - "St. George, Montserrat: Transcripts of Parish Registers," Caribbeana, Vol. 1 (1910):88-90, 139. Digitised by dLOC - free. Baptisms, marriages, and burials.
  • 1721-1729 - "Baptisms, Burials, and Marraiges in the Parish of St. Peter's [Montserrat]: Transcripts of Parish Registers," Caribbeana, Vol. 1 (1910):90-92, 139-140. Digitised by dLOC - free. Baptisms and burials.
  • 1721-1729 - "Baptisms, Burials, and Marriages in St. Patrick's Parish [Montserrat]: Transcripts of Parish Registers," Caribbeana, Vol. 1 (1910):92. Digitised by dLOC - free. Baptisms, marriages, and burials.
  • 1722-1729 - "St. Anthony, Montserrat: Transcripts of Parish Registers," Caribbeana, Vol. 1 (1910):42-44, 86-88, 92-93, 138-139. Digitised by dLOC - free. Baptisms, marriages, and burials.
  • 1739-1745 - "A List of Christenings & Burials in ye several Parishes of Monseratt: Transcripts of Parish Registers," Caribbeana, Vol. 1 (1910):361-364. Digitised by dLOC - free. Baptisms, marriages, and burials.

Clergymen

References

  1. The editor of these records stated additional bishop's transcripts for the Leeward Islands were at Fulham Palace, in the custody of the Bishop of London in 1910, but he did not have permission to publish them.

 

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