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An index to marriages registered throughout England & Wales. The Coniston char are also reckoned remarkably fine; they are taken later than those of Windermere, and continue longer in the spring.This is the only national marriage index that allows you to search by both spouse's names. Several of this kind have been established and have had the best effects.They may also list where the parents lived, their occupations and occasionally other details. The Irk, a small river that falls into the Mersey, is remarkable for eels so fat that few people can eat them; the fatness of these eels is imputed to their feeding upon the grease and oil which is pressed by a number of water-mills upon this stream out of the woollen cloths that are milled in them.

They may also record occupations, residences, fathers' names, witnesses and other information about the marriage. The “West Derby Agricultural Society” is in a great measure confined to the same objects as the above.

Provides a reference to order copies of marriage certificates from the national registrar of births, marriages and deaths – the General Register Office. That at Manchester was instituted in 1767, and has since that period extended its influence about thirty miles round that town.

Digital images of marriage registers that can be searched by name. Its meetings are held at Manchester twice a year, and at Altringham in Cheshire.

Digital images of burial registers that can be searched by name. Robert Ainsworth, lexicographer, born at Clifton, in 1660, died 1745. —The ingenious Richard Arkwright was born at Preston, in 1732, and died in 1790.

They contain records of burials, which typically occur a few days after death, and record the name of the deceased and date of death and/or burial. —Jeremiah Horrox, an astronomer, was born in 1619, and died in 1641; he was the first who observed the transit of Venus over the Sun’s disk. those of Salford, West Derby, Leyland, Blackburne, Amounderness, and Lonsdale. Lancashire is in the province of York, is part of the diocese of Chester, and is divided into two archdeaconries, viz.

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