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FMP - Bucks PR's.

p.risboy

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Bucks Pr's are now available, but some Parishes fall short by 60 to 145 years of what's available, and apprarently there are some teething problems, at the moment.

So check out what's available, and for what years, before paying out your hard earnt cash. Ok, if you already have yearly subs, and not pay per view.

Steve.:)
 

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Finally some FMP Friday records that are of interest. A rare treat. I shall check them out later to see what parishes are available, knowing my luck my parishes of interest will be those "coming soon".
 

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Isn't that always the way, Benny. The ones you want are always 'coming soon' but they never say how long soon is.

Personally I can't wait until someone, preferably not Anc, does Berkshire in the 1700s, particularly Newbury, Speen and Speenhamland. Might give me a lot of answers.

Emeltee
 

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Good news, seems they do have Radclive there, not yet as late as 1772 but earlier records and I have found a marriage of Nathaniel Keen in 1703 in the archdeaconry of Buckingham. Radclive records they have seem to be up to 1750.
 

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What is the level of detail Ben.?
Not yet got a sub for Britain records but the free search says Archdeaconry of Buckingham and he was 30 years old. I need to get a new sub to view the full records and Mary's surname. I have an account with FMP but not bought any subs lately.
 

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The surname in the Archdeaconry records all seem to be the same as the groom. Thomas Keen wed Susannah Keen and Nathaniel Keen wed Mary Keen. Same for others. Seems they have made a boo-boo.
 

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There are a couple of Parishes I would like to look at on FMP, but I will wait until I can get a month for a pound. There are regular offers for FMP and certain codes you can get for the pound. When I get one, I'll put it here :D

Amanda
 

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Must have been a lot of first cousin marriages in Buckinghamshire then as all spouses surnames seem to be identical. Throws Norfolk off its crown then. :2fun::2fun:
 
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