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registers of Aldingham in Furness

Church of England. Parish of Aldingham-in-Furness.

registers of Aldingham in Furness

baptisms 1695-1756; marriages 1695-1754; burials 1695-1756

by Church of England. Parish of Aldingham-in-Furness.

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Published by Lancashire Parish Register Society in [Lancashire] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally transcribed, [ca.1907].

Statement[transcribed by Fanny Wrigley] ; [edited with additional information by Margaret Russell aided by W.D. Knipe and L. Singleton] ; [indexed by Mabs Turner].
SeriesMicrofiche series / Lancashire Parish Register Society -- M10
ContributionsWrigley, Fanny., Russell, Margaret., Singleton, L., Knipe, W. D., Lancashire ParishRegister Society.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 microfiches
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14309537M

Parish registers: Marriage index to Gloucestershire parishes (JAC mfc) Burial registers (Muriel Bland cpt): Aldingham, Bardsea, Dalton St. Mary, Dendron, Pennington, Rampside, Urswick, Walney. Ribchester parish registers (JAC mfc) Research guides: Sales Department "Genealogy Research in Furness" (copies to order, charge. Aldingham castle is an unusual 13th century motte and bailey castle and can still be seen on top of a sandy cliff overlooking Morecambe Bay. 7 Day Weather Forecast Our weather forecast for Barrow-in-Furness in Cumbria is split into two widgets.

A Brief History For a relatively small and isolated place, there is a remarkable breadth of history within the parish, dating back aro years. Some of the earliest evidence for human occupation in Cumbria has been found here, with bone and flint fragments found near Scales being thought to . Aldingham parochial school at Scales (later Scales Primary School), converted from barn ; closed (likewise converted to housing). Reading room (Aldingham Working Men’s Club) at Scales built ; functioned until c Aldingham parish hall, Scales, converted from former malt kiln.

Communication Tithe Plans and Awards of Aldingham, Angerton, Dalton-in-Furness, Dunnerdale-with-Seathwaite, Hawkshead, Monk Coniston and Skel-. A small community on the edge of Morecambe Bay near Barrow-in-Furness with a beautiful church of St Cuthbert dating from the 12th century and the splendid Aldingham Hall.


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Registers of Aldingham in Furness by Church of England. Parish of Aldingham-in-Furness. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Aldingham is a village and civil parish in the South Lakeland district of Cumbria, England. Historically in Lancashire, it is situated on the east coast of the Furness peninsula, facing into Morecambe Bay, and is about 8 miles (13 km) east of Barrow-in-Furness, and 6 miles ( km) south of parish includes the nearby villages of Baycliff, Dendron, Leece, Gleaston, Newbiggin District: South Lakeland.

Get this from a library. The registers of the parish of Aldingham in Furness in the County of Lancaster. Baptisms, burials & weddings, [H S Cowper; Aldingham, Eng.

(Lancashire) Parish.]. Page i of the book The Registers of Aldingham in Furness free to view online. Aldingham is a village on the east coast of the Furness peninsula, facing into Morecambe Bay, and is about eight miles east from Barrow-in-Furness, and six miles south of Ulverston.

Said to once be a mile long, legend claims that storms and tidal waves washed away many of the early cottages and that the church was once the centre of the village. Lancashire Parish Register Society: [publications] by Lancashire Parish Register Society. Publication date Topics Registers of births, etc Publisher [S.l.: s.n.] Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of unknown library Language English.

Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by. Aldingham Parish registers-- Baptisms,Marriages,Burials,FHL BRITISH Film Items 1 - 4 Dendron Chapel registers FHL BRITISH Film Items + CMBs Census records [edit | edit source] Census records from to are available online.

"ALDINGHAM, a parish in the hundred of North Lonsdale, in the county palatine of Lancaster, 4 miles-to the S.E. of Dalton-in-Furness. It includes, besides the townships of Upper and Lower Aldingham, those of Gleaston and Leece, and the chapelry of Dendron. It is situated on the coast of Morecambe Bay.

Furness registers; The Registers of Aldingham in Furness [microform]: baptismsmarriagesburials The Registers of Colton Parish Church in Furness Fells [microform]: first published in / edited by Handbuch fur das Deutsche Reiche auf das Jahr / bearbeitet im Reichskanzler-Amt.

On the eastern side of the Furness peninsula, Aldingham Beach offers views over Morecambe Bay and beyond. The pebbled beach here has rocks of many different colours. At low tide a wide expanse of sand is revealed.

From the car park a narrow path leads through the trees down to the beach/5(22). Parish registers of baptisms, marriages, burials and banns are the most frequently consulted and may date fromhowever most Cumbrian registers begin in the 17th century.

Until the establishment of civil registration inparish registers are the principle source of genealogical information. Aldingham Castle was originally built in the late eleventh or early twelfth century as a ringwork fortification by Roger the Poitevin. When he rebelled against Henry I it passed to the Fleming family who upgraded the site into a motte-and-bailey.

It was occupied for around years before being replaced by a moated manor house and later by Gleaston Castle. Lancashire: Hawkshead - Parish Register, Lancashire: Kirkham - Parish Register, Lancashire: Dalton in Furness - Parish Register, Lancashire: Woodplumpton - Parish Register, Lancashire: Dalton in Furness - Parish Register, Lancashire: Halton - Parish Register, Lancashire: Ireleth - Registers of baptisms, and marriages, Format: Multimedia CD.

Contact Us If you have any issues which you feel should be brought to the Council’s attention or if you have any questions, you can contact us via the clerk or through your local councillor.

If you would like to contact your councillor by email, please send your email to [email protected] and the Clerk will forward your message. Church of Low Furness. One Church five locations. Aldingham Church. Coast Road. Aldingham. LA12 9RT. More details of Aldingham church can be found here.

Aldingham church thought to date back to stands on the northern shore of Morecambe bay. With spectacular views across the bay. Aldingham In Furness (Baptisms) Aldingham In Furness (Burials) Aldingham In Furness (Marriages) Ashton Under Lyne St James (Banns) Ashton Under Lyne St James (Baptisms) Ashton Under Lyne St James (Marriages) ALDINGHAM, a parish in the hundred of Lonsdale, north of the sands – the manor of Muchland, the liberty of Furness, and the poor law union and polling district of Ulverston.

The church is 5 ½ miles S. of Ulverston. Total acres, statute. The townships, or hamlets, are Upper Aldingham, Lower Aldingham, Gleaston, and Leece, the villages.

Aldingham Parish Council Aldingham Parish Council is a rural council in South Lakeland, Cumbria. The Civil Parish of Aldingham covers the villages of Aldingham, Baycliff, Scales, Newbiggin, Gleaston, Dendron, Leece and Roosebeck.

View my complete profile. The Registers of Aldingham in Furnessare available to browse online. in association with Lancashire Archives, have images of the Parish Registers for. See 1 tip from 3 visitors to Aldingham, Furness College, Lancaster University. "Flat 4. Best flat in the building" College Residence Hall in Lancaster, Lancashire.

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Searching Parish Records online. There are many websites offering online records, but the one that stands out above the rest is is a vast online research site, holding complete BMD and census records, along with Parish Registers, military records, directories, non-conformist records, and much more.

Parish records are available in two formats - transcripts/database records. The parish of Aldingham lies on the eastern shores of the Furness Peninsula in south Cumbria, overlooking the sands of Morecambe Bay. The southernmost boundary is marked by Peasholmes Lane at the south end of Roosebeck and in the north the boundary follows the Seawood-Birkrigg road.Aldingham was a settlement in Domesday Book, in the hundred of Amounderness and the county of Yorkshire.

It had no recorded population (sometimes the case for large towns, as well as abandoned settlements). Land of King William Owners. Tenant-in-chief in King.Parish Registers were instigated by Thomas Cromwell from in the reign of Henry VIII, recording every wedding, baptism and burial.

There are gaps in the records for a variety of reasons, such as the civil war, but these records are a prime source for building family trees.