|Statement||transcribed and edited by Charles Drury and T. Walter Hall.|
|Series||v. 8: Parish register series, Publications of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Parish Register Section -- v. 143, etc., Parish register series|
|Contributions||Drury, Charles, of Sheffield, England., Hall, Thomas Walter, 1862-, Harman, Ruth.|
|LC Classifications||CS436 S4 S4|
|The Physical Object|
An Inquiry into the Early State and Remote History of the Parish of Sheffield 14 III. Sheffield under De Busli and De Lovetot ▪.. • 24 IV. Sheffield under the Barons Furnival 30 V. Sheffield under the first five Earls of Shrewsbury 41 VI. The Phillimore Atlas and Index of Parish Registers () which is available in most large libraries shows the pre parishes. We have archives from to date, with a number of gaps. Location of records. Sheffield Archives, 52 Shoreham Street. Ordering documents. We strongly advise that you book a fiche reader in advance of your visit. Parish Registers - Baptisms. #N#Where your search gives a result date as 30 November, we suggest you check the original. Currently in Progress. St Nicholas, Bradfield includes Bolsterstone and Midhop entries ( to ) - To date: Apr 2, to #N#Christ Church, Hillsborough & Wadsley Bridge ( to ) - To date: Aug The Yorkshire Parish Register Society was founded in and became a publishing section of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society (now the Yorkshire Archaeological & Historical Society) in The aim of the Society was to transcribe and to produce annually at least one volume of an original parish register.
Hallamshire. The History and Topography of the Parish of Sheffield in the County of York: With Historical and Descriptive Notices of the Parishes of Ecclesfield, Hansworth, Treeton, and Whiston, and of the Chapelry of Bradfield5/5(1). PLEASE NOTE Books are subject to a postage charge as these publications are not downloadable CD Publications only have been digitised and are. Sheffield 7, Christenings - ; Burials - BOOK v Yorkshire Parish Register Section, Yorkshire Archaeological & Historical Society. Excerpt from The Parish Register of Hartshead, in the County of York: The original Register is in the same handwriting from' the beginning in May, , to November, There is another hand to the end of March, - 8, and various hands to the end of the book in December, /5(1). OCLC Number: Notes: Vol. >: Edited by W.S. Owen and Mary Walton, and are priv. print. for the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Parish Register Section. Vol. 8>: Transcribed and edited by Ruth Harman. Pt. > also published by the Hunter Archaeological Society of Sheffield. Includes indexes. Description: volumes ; 23 cm.