• Melton Constable  • Castle Rising  • Hoe  • Middleton  • Neatishead A popular site is FreeBMD.  • Hardingham For a list of the surnames of our grooms in …  • Horning 5. new series, page 290-292, Family History Library Ref.  • Heigham  • Ashby with Oby and Thurne  • Brooke  • Salhouse Great Yarmouth,  • Dunston  • Little Walsingham  • East Raynham  • Mundham The interior was destroyed at the Reformation and the Priory dissolved.  • Hilborough Norfolk NR30 2QF, Email us:  • Sidestrand A population of 38,693 in the 2011 …  • Thorpe next Haddiscoe pt5.  • Hindringham  • Langford Family History Library Ref.  • Crostwick  • Burnham Overy  • Thrigby The mutilation of this tomb was contrary to the Act of Parliament of 1644, which allowed the demolition of monuments of idolatry and superstition, but not monuments to dead people, unless they were deemed to be saints. The church now houses a free heritage exhibition showing its role in the history of Yarmouth. Additional information and pictures are available at Norfolk Churches.  • Marham  • East Tuddenham  • Wicklewood  • Hapton  • Skeyton Copy marriage certificates …  • Beeston Regis  • Beetley  • Paston  • Felmingham  • Pulham Market  • Litcham  • Shereford  • Kimberley The Finance Divisions of the Town of Yarmouth (Assessors, Collector/Treasurers and Town Clerks) are open daily starting 7/21/2020 between the hours of 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM and by appointment.  • Norwich St Michael at Thorn  • Norwich St Stephen WEREHAM (St. Margaret), a parish, in the union of Downham, hundred of Clackclose, W. division of Norfolk, 1¾ mile (N. W.) from Stoke-Ferry.There is a …  • Stanfield  • West Raynham  • Hempton  • Houghton on the Hill Article in The Norfolk Ancestor, vol.2 pt.2, June 1999, pages 94-97, Family History Library 942.61 B2j new series v2, pt.2. 16,898 searches were performed on 50,532,820 records (24,613,389 baptisms, 7,781,079 marriages and 18,138,352 burials) 9,809 records (2,923 baptisms, 862 marriages and 6,024 burials) were added in the …  • Gayton  • Gressenhall  • Larling  • Foulsham  • Great Massingham  • Carbrooke  • Ashwellthorpe  • Bircham Tofts  • Oxwick  • West Walton  • Brisley  • Little Plumstead  • Little Dunham  • West Newton  • Norwich St John Timberhill  • Thwaite (near Alby) Great Yarmouth Borough Council  • Anmer  • Toftrees * The records dating from 1892 – 1922 were previously held at the Archives, but have now been digitally scanned, allowing the Vital Records …  • Burnham Sutton  • Ashwicken  • Methwold  • Winfarthing St Nicholas' Church and Priory was founded by Herbert de Losinga (Bishop of Norwich) in 1101 as a penance for an act of simony.  • Norwich St Michael at Plea  • Norton Subcourse  • East Lexham Bridge (the chancel, which they fitted up as a church house) and the Presbyterians (the north aisle).  • South Lopham Gotts and Bessey 1850-1900. Parish Registers are records of baptisms, marriages, and burials made by the Church.  • Little Barningham  • Hackford with Whitwell  • West Acre  • Chedgrave  • Thwaite (near Loddon)  • Hindolveston  • Bawburgh  • Stoke Ferry  • Beeston St Lawrence  • Field Dalling  • Aslacton  • Sharrington  • Mundesley The alterations to the church were paid out of a rate levied on the townspeople.  • Santon  • Great Walsingham  • Pulham St Mary the Virgin  • Rockland All Saints  • Illington Can I change my certificate to my married name?  • Norwich St Augustine Contributed by Fysh, J.P.G.  • Hoveton St Peter  • Woodrising  • Holt  • Wretton  • Ingham  • Norwich Liberty of the Town Close  • Little Melton  • East Barsham Family tree shows Stephen Bessey b 1785 marrying Elizabeth Daniel 1807 and descendants, and William Gotts marrying Charlotte Stimpson 12 October 1814 and their descendants spreading out to Caister, Upton, Manchester, Ormesby, Holton - Suffolk.  • Repps with Bastwick  • Yarmouth  • Oxborough  • Stoke Holy Cross Guide to Great Yarmouth, Norfolk ancestry, family history, and genealogy: parish registers, transcripts, census records, birth records, marriage records, and death records.  • Wolferton  • Fakenham  • Outwell I have already made a payment - how can I report this.  • Buckenham  • Hockering Parish Registers were instigated by Thomas Cromwell from 1538 in the reign of Henry VIII, recording every wedding, baptism and burial.  • Bootton "Residents of the State intending to be joined in marriage shall record notice of their intentions in the office of the clerk of the municipality in which at least one of them resides."  • Holme next the Sea  • Newton by Castle Acre  • South Pickenham  • Plumstead   • Long Stratton St Mary  • Topcroft Yes - contact Environmental Health with a copy of your marriage certificate.  • Lyng  • Caldecote 4, pt 4.  • Pudding Norton  • Kenninghall  • Denton  • Boughton Replacement of a lost Great Yarmouth marriage certificate.  • Stanhoe  • Thorpe Market A service provided by, British Isles Vital Records Index (Ancestry) - (£), Norfolk Parish Registers Browse (findmypast) - (£), England, Norfolk Archdeacon's Transcripts, 1600-1812 (FamilySearch) - free, England, Norfolk, Bishop's Transcripts, 1685-1941 (FamilySearch) - free, England, Norfolk, Parish Registers, 1538-1900 (FamilySearch) - free, England Vital Records Index - FamilySearch Historical Records, England, Norfolk Non-conformist Records, 1613-1901, Norfolk Probate Jurisdictions Parishes G through H, 'British Isles Vital Records Index - 2nd Ed.  • Watton  • Wramplingham  • Easton  • Feltwell Anchor  • Blickling  • Syderstone  • Woodbastwick  • Coston  • Wreningham  • Woodton  • Tottington  • Irstead  • Bixley  • Honingham  • West Harling  • Whinburgh  • Gresham  • Little Snoring  • East Harling  • Horstead  • Gasthorpe  • Merton  • Blofield  • Wells next the Sea  • Hunstanton  • Haynford  • Caston  • Attlebridge  • Kirby Bedon  • Tunstall  • Fersfield  • Great Ellingham  • Reepham with Kerdiston  • Limpenhoe Fill out and return... We offer a search facility for genealogists, family historians and people wanting to search burial registers. Flegg 1837-1924; Caister next Yarmouth 1925-1926; East Caister, West Caister to 1938; Great Yarmouth 1939-1974; Church records … Requests for vital records …  • Reedham  • Waterden  • Elsing  • Guist  • Alburgh  • Barnham Broom  • Keswick  • Rougham At Sea - A Story of Two Hemsby Families.  • Islington  • Carleton St Peter The windows in the east end were filled up with bricks.  • Norwich St Peter Parmentergate  • Broome Kipper John Woodger (1813-1876) History of family of Nathan Woodger, and Mary nee Lambell, married 1812, their son John born 1813 who moved to Newcastle, to start a successful Kipper business, with descendants moving around Monkwearmouth, London Lowestoft, Newbiggin by the Sea, and Gt Yarmouth. Census records from 1841 to 1911 are available online.  • Sprowston  • Mintlyn  • Wroxham  • Little Witchingham  • Bircham Newton Article dated 1812-1929, and is found in the Journal of the Northumberland & Durham Family History Society.  • Yelverton, International Genealogical Index (FamilySearch) - free, Ⓒ 2020 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved.  • Drayton  • Billingford (near Foulsham)  • West Dereham  • Riddlesworth  • Wood Dalling  • Tivetshall St Mary  • Hilgay  • Castleacre  • Edgefield  • Stockton  • Colkirk  • Northwold Norfolk Probate Jurisdictions Parishes G through H. Maps are a visual look at the locations in England.  • Southwood  • Braydeston  • Wacton  • Cromer  • Northrepps  • Hales [1] Great Yarmouth St Nicholas is an ancient parish in the Diocese of Norwich. All the three denominations held their services simultaneously.  • Great and Little Snarehill  • Alderford  • Testerton  • Choseley  • Norwich St George Colegate  • Weasenham All Saints  • Stiffkey  • East Rudham  • Trunch  • Snettisham    • Whissonsett  • Martham  • West Wretham  • Attleborough  • Bodham ORMSBY (St. Margaret), a parish, in the East and West Flegg incorporation, hundred of East Flegg, E. division of Norfolk, 5 miles (N. by W.) from Yarmouth.The … The north aisle was used by the local militia as a drill hall when the weather was wet.  • Norwich St Paul  • North Elmham Dr. Gott, Ian. While … England Vital Records Index - FamilySearch Historical Records known issue The data in Indexing Project Batch number C01755-8 System Origin England EASy Source film number 1526328 has an incorrect place data entry field For Eardon Northumberland in respect of Baptisms for St Nicholas Great Yarmouth.  • Saxthorpe  • Witton (near Brundall)  • Bunwell History of the family of John Jarvis and Martha Lewis with the following surnames, Mack, Ellis, Wiffen, Russley, Porter: with branches moving to Ely, Wigton, Bury St. Edmunds, Gt. 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Article in The Norfolk Ancestor, vol.2, pt 1. page 22-26, Family History Library Ref.  • Tittleshall  • Norwich St Lawrence  • Fishley A new door to the chancel destroyed the altar tomb of Thomas Crowmer (Bailiff of Yarmouth 1470-97).  • Great Plumstead The three portions of the church were used by the Anglican Church (south aisle), the Puritans led by Rev. were filed by the court with jurisdiction over this parish.  • Mattishall  • Poringland There are several Internet sites with name lists or indexes.  • Little Cressingham  • Burnham Westgate  • Weasenham St Peter  • Heacham You will need to record all your bookings in a log book.  • Stanford  • Bramerton  • Themelthorpe  • Great Witchingham  • Kirstead  • Didlington  • Tibenham  • Houghton St Giles  • South Creake  • Garveston  • East Carleton What do I need to do if I want to get married?  • Strumpshaw 942.8 B2jo v.26.no.4.  • East Walton  • Scole  • Thetford St Peter A popular site is Free BMD.  • Great Hautbois  • Worthing It takes 25 minutes to complete the necessary paperwork. Starting a New Life and a Sad Ending.  • Surlingham  • Bawsey  • Ludham  • Brundall  • Lingwood  • Thurlton  • Clenchwarton  • South Acre  • West Poringland  • Feltwell  • Gateley Norwich Death returns from 1894.  • Hemblington John Jarvis IV.  • Sandringham  • Kirby Cane  • Harpley  • Westwick Marriage records typically include the bride and groom’s names, residence, date and location of the marriage, names of witnesses, condition (bachelor, spinster, widow, or widower), and the name of the …  • Edingthorpe  • Sutton  • Thorpe Abbots  • Salle If you are a private hire operator you will need one.  • Burlingham St Andrew  • Thornham enquiries@great-yarmouth.gov.uk.  • Kempstone  • Norwich St Peter Mancroft YARMOUTH, GREAT (St. Nicholas) a sea-port, borough, market-town, and parish, and a union of itself, having separate jurisdiction, locally in the E. division of the hundred of Flegg, E. vision of Norfolk, 19 miles (E. by S.) from Norwich, and 123 (K. 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If you do not know the area where the event took place you can contact the General Register Office on 0300 123 …  • Weybourne  • Barton Bendish St Andrew  • Foulden  • North Lopham Yarmouth St Nicholas parish registers of christenings, marriages and burials are available online for the following years: Browse Bishop's Transcript Images on FamilySearch.  • Wiveton with Glandford  • Beachamwell St Mary with St John  • South Walsham St Lawrence  • Gaywood  • Colney  • Runhall  • Witton (near North Walsham) Ontario Birth Indexes & Birth Records.  • Glandford Article found in The Norfolk Ancestor, old series, vol.  • Bergh Apton  • Barningham Winter  • Brockdish  • Ingworth  • Eccles  • Barmer  • Great Moulton  • Ormesby St Michael  • Bittering Parva This license is valid in any …  • Docking  • Longham  • Warham All Saints  • Breckles  • Rushford  • Burlingham St Edmund If you have made a payment that is not showing on your records after 5 working days then you can notify the Council through our Notification Form.  • Crostwight  • Swaffham  • Blakeney with Little Langham  • Buxton Copy marriage certificates …  • Swanton Novers  • Tharston Births, marriages and deaths services are run by Norfolk County Council.  • Morningthorpe  • Tasburgh  • Flordon  • Lessingham  • Narborough  • Forncett St Mary  • Norwich All Saints  • Ashby St Mary Family history of Robert Townshend and Sarah Cocks (Cox) with the following surnames, Bulley, Elgate, Jay, Waller, Harbord, Loveridge, Crisp, with dates starting 1768-1851.  • Alby Replacement of a lost Great Yarmouth marriage certificate. Gorleston's history predates that of Great Yarmouth, and being on the west bank of the river, it is historically in the county of Suffolk.  • Quarles Yarmouth, London, Barking, Essex, and Ewell Surrey.  • Great Fransham  • Binham Article dates 1825-1888 and is in The Norfolk Ancestor, vol.  • Southery  • Norwich St Giles  • Hardwick Maine marriage records are available from 1923 to present.  • New Houghton  • Southrepps  • Burnham Norton  • Bale There are several Internet sites with name lists or indexes.  • Potter Heigham  • Guestwick  • Claxton  • Bodney A popular site is Free BMD.  • Spixworth Article starts with possible connection to Rev Archibald James Julius, of St. Kitts, then to John Julius of North Yarmouth, and Norwich.  • Forncett St Peter  • Clippesby In Maine, vital records are open records.  • Sporle with Palgrave Records Management Policy 2019 [123kb] Records Management Policy 2019. I have already made a payment - how can I change my certificate to my name. 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