Parish Register Transcripts of South Muskham, Nottinghamshire for the Year 1623

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Introduction

This page lists some 17th century South Muskham, Nottinghamshire parish registers. The entries are included in an alphabetical surname index. Users should be aware that these are transcriptions of LDS photocopies of the original registers, and like all transcriptions may contain errors. They should therefore be used only as a guide, and entries of interest should be checked against fiche copies of the original registers.

Users are referred to an explanation of the sources of these registers on the main Nottinghamshire parish registers page.

Spellings are as in the original source, so may not always be what you expect. If you are checking the surnames index for a particular name, inspect carefully for alternative spellings.

The register contents are listed verbatim, which means that the baptisms, marriages and burials are in separate sub-sections, with original headings. A sub-section is also given for church officials, although the original register gives no heading in this case. This sectioning is introduced to make this page easier to use, and is not on the original documents or fiches.

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1623

A true Coppye of all Weddings, Christings & Buryalls, Wch have bene in the parish of South Muskham this year 1623

Paule OLDFEELD, sonne of Franc: Oldfeeld buryed the xvijth of Aprill

Franc: WRIGHT & Thmasin SCRIVENS maryed the xvth of May

Rogr RIGGEN & Susan DELAWATER maryed the xvjth of June

Alice OLDFEELD, wyfe of Franc: Oldfeeld buried the sixt of July

Anne LASTLES daughtr of Raffe Lastles baptized the xxvth of July & buryed the fourth of februarye following

Widdow SNOWDEN buryed the xixth of August

Robt WALKER, a stangr, baptized the xxvjth of August

Margaret CHAPPELL buryed the xxviijth of August

Alice COOP[ER] daughtr of John COOP[ER] baptized the fourth of Septembr & buryed the xxvjth of the same

Frac: OLDFEELD & Mary TAYLOR maryed the xviijth of September

Willm WEBB, sonne of John Webb, batized the xxjth of Septembr

Anne AMBREY daughtr of Edward Ambrey baptized the xxjth of Septembr & buryed the xxxth of Novembr following

John FRYTH buryed the xxvth of Octobr

Edward WILLSON, sonne of henry Willson baptized the second of November

Susan PENELL, a stranger, baptized the viijth of Januarye & buryed the xxijth following

Anne HASLEBEY, daughtr of Willm Hasleby baptized the xiijth of Decembr & buryed the xxth following

Franc: DIXON daughtr of John Dixon buryed the xixth of Januarye

John BOWES, son of Thomas Bowes buryed the xxth of Januarye

Hersey WRIGHT, sonne of Frances Wright, baptized the xvth of Februarye

[signed] Willm ORREIS Cler:

Henry TURNER John BLAN[ke] Churchwardens

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Acknowledgements

The original information has been extracted from LDS films of parish registers by Sandra Edwards, and passed to me for inclusion here. Sandra's email address can be deduced from:

REMOVETONYOBVIOUS@INSERTIONSghyllmed.HELPfreeserveDEFEAT.coSPAM.uk

Alternatively, put "TONY" before the "@" sign and "ghyllmed.freeserve.co.uk" after it.

This is done for the same reason as is explained in my own contact page.

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