The amount of information recorded in these registers varies tremendously, as it was generally left to the discretion of the individual minister what details to record. A standard format for recording marriages was introduced in 1754 and for baptisms and burials in 1813. The ravages of history have also meant that some registers have not survived at all, or have gaps, especially during the period of the English Civil War. [MORE]
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