Thanks Sophie for your appreciation. Good point about the Canterbury Diocese although they are altogether simpler to outline; although now Kent Archives staffed, the Cathedral Archive remains in roughly the same location as the Dean and Chapter library and adjacent to the original chapter House. The Archive has conserved the Transcripts and permitted filming as part of that process but apart from modern catalogue little else has changed. FamilySearch needs to outline the arrangements of Archdeacon's Transcripts/ Bishop's Transcripts when it reaches the point of publication. I guess that the parish register publication will take time to assemble in 2012/2013 with BT's to follow at a later date.
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