Parish Register Transcripts of Tithby, Nottinghamshire for the Year 1625

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Introduction

This page lists some 17th century Tithby, 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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1625

[Note- Tithby is not in within the Perculiar Jurisdiction of Southwell and this transcript should be properly be at York]

Tithbye in Com: Nott: The coppye of the register of the Christenings, Burialls and marriages there. Anno Dni 1625

Mary LEVERTON, the daughter of Thomas LEVERTON of Cropwell Butler was Buryed May the vijth Ao 1625

Willm LEESON, the son of Thomas LEESON of Cropwell Butler, was baptized the fourth daye of September the yeare abovesaid

Elizabeth LEESON, the wife of Thomas LEESON of Cropwel butler, was buried the xth day of September the same year

Johan EREBYE, the daughter [of] Thurstian EREBYE, was baptized the xth day of September, and was buried the xxijth

Ellen EREBYE, the wife of Thurstian Erebye, was buryed the second day of October the yeare abovesaid

John LEVERTON, the son of Thomas LEVERTON of Cropwell butler was baptized the xiijth of November

Marye GOODBARNE, the daughter of Andrewe GOODBARNE of Cropwell butler, was buryed the xxvth of November

Thomas, the son of Marye WHALEY of Cropwell butler was baptized the xth day of December

The same Thomas was buryed the fourth day of februarye the yeare above said

Richard HUNT[ER] the son of Andrewe Hunter was baptized the xijth day of Februarye

Margaret COWE of Cropwell Butler, widowe, was buried the xv daye of february 1625

[signed] Tho: LANGDON, minister there

Thomas POOLE, gen Robte WRIGHT 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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