It’s Norfolk’s turn for some new and/or improved data sets on FindMyPast. Please forgive me for copy and pasting the press release…time is short with a new arrival due any hour now!
(With thanks to FindMyPast)
Browse through original parish registers spanning more than 300 years of Norfolk history. Delve through more than 13,000 pages of baptism, marriage, banns and burial registers covering Church of England across the region.
Many of the records included in this collection predate civil registration and a number of registers date back to the early 16th century.
Explore more than 227,000 parish chest records from Norfolk in a collection spanning six centuries. These records will enable you to browse through account books, apprenticeship registers, vital event records, poor rate books, and much more.
A wide variety of topics and events are contained within the parish chest. A full list of everything included can be found at the bottom of the search screen.
Browse through over 60,000 assorted tax assessment records for the county of Norfolk. The collection spans the years 1665 to 1837. The Norfolk Record Office records included in this collection are classified into the following event type categories:
· Assessment for ongoing war
· Assessment lists for royal aids
· Assessment lists for royal aids and window tax assessments
· Land & window tax assessments
· Land tax assessments
· Poll & land tax assessments
· Poll tax assessment
· Window tax assessments
Browse through more than 58,000 Norfolk borough records from 1317 to 1981. There are 44 different types of record included this collection covering apprentices, freeman, courts, churches, petitions, sessions, poor rates and more.
The amount of information you can learn from these records will depend on the event type and the year of creation. A full list of what is included can be found at the bottom of the search screen.
Explore over 78,000 Archdeacon’s transcripts to uncover vital details related to your ancestor’s baptism, marriage, and burial.
Archdeacon’s transcripts are copies of parish registers that were sent to the archdeacon. Prior to 1812, all copies of registers were sent to the archdeacon. After 1812, the copies were sent to the bishop and became known as the bishop’s transcripts.