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Search over 88,000 transcripts and images of Index slips and related documentation created from original Prerogative Court of Canterbury administrations held by The National Archives at Kew. This collection includes a high volume of mariners; approximately a third of these records refer to a mariner. Each record will reveal the date of your ancestor’s will, the value of their will, the archive reference number and any additional notes.
Browse through 2,900 records taken from indexes of townlands and parishes in Ireland spanning the years 1851 to 1911. In addition to townlands and parishes, discover details of baronies and electoral divisions in Ireland for a given year. In addition to townlands and parishes, discover details of baronies and electoral divisions in Ireland for a given year.
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Explore more than 17,000 digital images of the Buffalo, New York, death index. From the index, you can learn your ancestor’s name and death year. This collection has been obtained through Reclaim the Records. Additional information about these records can be found on the source’s website.
New records from the parish of Thrussington have been added to our collection of Leicestershire Burials. The collections span over 400 years from 1538 to the 1991 and covers 279 parishes across the county. These records will allow you discover when your ancestor died, their age at death, place of burial, date of burial and parent’s names.
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