webmaster - Friday, 22 January 2021 09:09

Happy New Year to all of our readers and welcome to our first post of the New Year.   Can you help us find the men listed in the table below?.   First Last SWFHS...

webmaster - Wednesday, 11 November 2020 09:09

We have so far transcribed the names from 64 war memorials and plaques at different sites around the South Warwickshire area. From them we have carried out more detailed research on 960 of...

webmaster - Friday, 06 November 2020 07:00

Today we have added a further 8,000 Church of England Marriage index records, as listed below:  Parish   Date Range   Denom   Bidford on...

webmaster - Wednesday, 04 November 2020 09:09

Updated 6 Nov 2020 - An "Email not valid" error has been fixed, if you tried and failed to send in information please try again. Many thanks.   As part of our ongoing project to...

webmaster - Wednesday, 04 November 2020 07:00

Today we have added a further 60,000 Church of England burial index records, as listed below:  Parish   Date...

webmaster - Friday, 30 October 2020 09:00

Today we have added a further 110,000 Church of England baptism index records (** added 4 Nov 2020), as listed below:  Parish   Date...

webmaster - Friday, 04 September 2020 09:00

Today we have added a further 21,100+ C of E marriage index records, as listed below:    Parish   Date Range   Denom   Chilvers...

webmaster - Thursday, 23 July 2020 09:00

New index records added since 15th July 2020 We have added a further 71,600 records, as listed below, since the 15th July 2020 and invite you to search them for any relatives that may be contained...

The records that we have, or are in the process of, transcribing and making available as indices, essentially cover the period 1754 to 1916, although we do have entries before and after these core dates. Church records are taken from Church of England (CofE) Parish registers and Non-Conformist (NC) registers and contain records from other religions outside of the Church of England.  The transcriptions are as accurate as we can make them, but we are aware of the problems caused by illegible handwriting, phonetic spellings, missing pages and non-deposited registers. We have used primary sources throughout, but we suggest that, should you identify an entry of interest, you confirm it by reference to the original records.  We aim to aid your research, not mislead you; accuracy is everything.

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