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  1. Non-Conformist families in early PRs

    As I'm working my way through parish registers, I am finding the occasional non-conformist or dissenting family who have asked for their children's names to be recorded in the parish register. Often these lists are not with the other baptisms, and are not in chronological order of the register, so...

    Started by Wilkes_ml‎, 09-10-2013 9:23 AM
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  2. 'Proprietor' on burial record

    Can someone please tell me what the column headed 'proprietor' means on a non-conformist bural record from 1824? The name given seems to be the deceased man's wife, but it is interpreted as his mother on the transcript provided, even though he was 36 when he died.

    Started by essbee‎, 20-11-2015 11:05 AM
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  3. Dursley Corn Meeting Gloucestershire

    Dursley Corn Meeting (Congregational) Non-conformist RG8/12c although inside flyleaf says “Cam the Dissenting Church” Register of children baptised (1776 to 1838) Find My past doesn't seem to have this register in their non-conformist birth & baptism collection. Ancestry does, but there seems to...

    Started by Wilkes_ml‎, 24-03-2015 10:22 PM
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  4. Non-conformist Fleet clandestine marriage

    Does anyone have any thoughts on why a widow from Stebbing, Essex marry a man also from Stebbing at Fleet in 1743? I always thought that clandestine marriages were usually for couples who were young and wanted a quick marriage without their parents knowledge. As far as I can tell, the widow...

    Started by Wilkes_ml‎, 27-08-2014 9:13 PM
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  5. Methodist Local Preachers' Who's Who 1934

    Thanks to a forum member who spotted my 'Who's Who in Methodism' thread I now have a copy of 'The Methodist Local Preachers' Who's Who 1934'. (Thanks again Hugh!!!) This is a very similar book to the 1933 book except that it's fatter! It contains the same sort of detail. There's also a short...

    Started by mary elms‎, 03-10-2007 3:22 PM
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  6. Parent's names not recorded 1716-1730

    I'm trying to build up a family of non-conformists, and have managed to identify the parent's names through apprenticeship and burial records. Thomas & Ann GREEN (nee YOUNG) were married 1710 at Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Essex in 1710, both of the parish of Stebbing. They had children...

    Started by Wilkes_ml‎, 25-04-2014 1:17 PM
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  7. Dr Saunders - The Great Welsh Divine

    I have been told that this gentleman is an ancestor of mine. I have found a number Of Reverend Saunders but none seem to have that appendage. He should have come from Carmarthenshire.

    Started by Neathant‎, 03-04-2014 3:13 PM
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  8. Who's Who in Methodism 1933 - Index of Lay Officers

    'Who's Who in Methodsism 1933' contains details of ministers and lay office holders who were active a year after the Weslyan, United, Primitive & Irish Methodist Churches united to form The Methodist Church in 1932. It was published by the Methodist Times & Leader (Methodist Publications Ltd). ...

    Started by mary elms‎, 30-09-2005 12:31 AM
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  9. Congregational Church Oak Street Accrington

    Have been trying to find these records which disappeared when the Church was merged with others Can antone help?

    Started by johnHowar52‎, 06-08-2013 3:03 AM
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  10. Baptism at Cross Street Chapel, Tenbury?

    I have found an entry for the baptism of my g-g grandfather's sister, Lidia Merrick, entered in the digitized register for "Tenbury, Cross Street Chapel (Baptist), 1820-1836" on Ancestry (RG4, piece 2068); however there is no exact date, only the year (1823) and the entry has a line drawn through...

    Started by cam15a‎, 14-09-2013 1:06 PM
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  11. Baptist family

    OK, a bit of background: I have two William Dennisons, both living in the same village of Debden Essex, both marrying a woman called Ann. Both were bachelors at the time of their marriage, so I am guessing they were probably cousins! One married Ann Marshall in 1752, one married Ann Richardson...

    Started by Wilkes_ml‎, 10-09-2013 11:36 AM
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  12. Congregational Church Oak Street Accrington

    Have been trying to find these records which disappeared when the Church was merged with others Can anyone help?

    Started by johnHowar52‎, 06-08-2013 3:04 AM
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  13. Wesleyan Killi circuit

    I have an ancestor who left the Killi Circuit C 1830 but I am trying to find out what area(s) this covered. Can anyone help. Tony|help|

    Started by 646abs‎, 05-06-2013 9:15 PM
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  14. Where to find Quaker records in Cornwall?

    I have relatives who lived in Perranwharf, Cornwall (John Bache - born about 1777 in Kidderminster; father William Bache of Blakedown; mother - Elizabeth). He and his wife, Ann Stark, married in Perranwharf in 1813. They were married as Quakers, as evidenced by a copy of their marriage certificate...

    Started by meloralee‎, 08-10-2012 1:29 AM
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  15. WILLIAM WILSON - PROTESTANT MINISTER IN 1851

    I have hit a brickwall. I have my g g uncle in HULL in 1851. He is a protestant minister. The census states..... Protestant Minister, Mission. Can anyone advise me of how I can find more information regarding this occupation and maybe which church he served. regards Tracey

    Started by chaney999‎, 27-08-2012 10:04 AM
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  16. Talking Quaker records - help please

    Henry HEADLEY was born on 13 Jan 1824 in Tottenham, London. His mother was Mary JANSON, his father is unknown. Mary JANSON came from a quaker family and they ensured that Henry was taken care of. Initially he appeared to be with his mother, but he was eventually sent to Hampshire in a private...

    Started by Loretta Headley‎, 12-08-2012 11:05 PM
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  17. LUTON / LEWTON family in Gloucestershire

    Hello, This is one family that has proved rather difficult possibly because some of the records are Non-conformist. Aaron LUTON b. abt 1798 Siston, Gloucester + Ann HODGES - marriage has not been found yet. They had 4 children that I know of: 1) George LEWTON b. 1815 Bitton d. 18...

    Started by FredW‎, 15-01-2011 2:44 AM
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  18. Coneygar Lane Wesleyan Chapel Weymouth

    I am looking for a photo of this chapel as my Gt Gt Grandfather John Edward WARREN was baptised there in 1837. Can anyone help or point me in the right direction? I believe it was demolished in 1867 so the chances are probably slim, but you never know!

    Started by dogaholic‎, 15-01-2012 7:13 PM
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  19. Non-Conformist Marriages

    I have scanned here to see if I can find the answer to my question - no luck but that might be poor scanning skills! I have a whole bunch of people who were non-conformists and whose births and deaths show up in the non-parochial BMDs. One at least was a Quaker but I think later on some became...

    Started by sueannbowen‎, 24-05-2010 10:42 AM
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  20. Wesleyan Baptisms

    I'm trying to establish the age of a stone font which was installed in a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, severely damaged in the blitz in 1942. The font was recovered almost intact from the ruins and subsequently transferred to a new Methodist Church in the area (now undergoing major refurbishment)....

    Started by radstockjeff‎, 06-09-2011 1:18 PM
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