Parish Register Publication cover thumbnailAs part of our Parish Register Transcription Project we are holding sessions in Bletchley for members to get involved in the project. So if you have a couple of hours to spare why not pop along.

In addition to helping with the project you will gain experience of parish registers and you never know you might find a lost relative or at least get a lead on where to research next!

ImageDo you have problems with a marriage between 1837 and 1911? The civil registration index or the certified copy appears to be wrong? Do you need to find the parish where the marriage took place, or find evidence of a non-conformist marriage?


A very successful, well supported Family History fair was held on Sunday at the Barbican. The Society had a well stocked stall and the volunteers were kept very busy all day.

The St Mary, Amersham Parish Registers 1561-1901 are now available on CD

 

 





St Mary the Virgin, Weston Turville Parish Registers 1566-1901 are now available on CD






All Saints, Brill Parish Registers 1586-1901 are now available on CD

 

 

 

All available from the Online shop.

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Barrie Penfold and Dave Foster digitising TargetLast week Bourne End (Bucks) Community Association's magazine “Target” was digitised in a joint venture between the Association and the Buckinghamshire Family History Society. .

The Society needs your help.

Can you offer help with any of the following?

Assist  on the Parish Registers Transcription Project?

Have you any photographs of old Bucks?

Help on Open Day?