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British parish research at NEHGS - two solutions for a patron.

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David Allen Lambert

David Allen Lambert
NEHGS Online Genealogist


I have traced one of my families back to Yorkshire, England.  I am wondering how NEHGS can assist me with obtaining records specifically from the parish of Guiseley. Since I can not affort to travel there.  I am a member of NEHGS and very happy with your services and hope I can do British Research at NEHGS.



At NEHGS we have an extensive rare book collection available to our membership.  Within the shelves of this collection you will find a volume by William Easterbrook Preston and Joseph Hambley Rowe, A Transcript of the Early Registers of the Parish of Guiseley in the County of York 1584 to 1720, together with a transcript of the Early Registers of the Chapelry of Horsforth 1620 to 1720. (Bradford, England: Percy Lund, Humphries & Co. Ltd., 1913) [NEHGS rare book call # PR/GUI/7].  This is just one of many published British parish records we possess at NEHGS.  You can also call the NEHGS Microtext Department (617) 536-5740 ext. 239 and rent microfilm for ($5.50 each) for the following LDS Family History Library microfilms.  These microfilmed records will allow you to examine the original Bishops Transcripts of the parish of Guiseley - Christenings, 1632-1780; Marriages, 1632-1780; Burials, 1632-1780.  FHL BRITISH Film 918365; Christenings, 1780-1829; Marriages, 1780-1829; Burials, 1780-1828.  FHL BRITISH Film 918366; Christenings, 1829-1836; Marriages, 1829-1836; Burials, 1829-1836.  FHL BRITISH Film 918367.

Posted by David Lambert at 09/15/2010 12:53:39 PM | 

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