Cumberland, England : Classification : Banns
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Banns were the public announcement, especially in a church, of an intended marriage. In many churches, banns were read aloud on three successive Sundays.
|Classification:||Banns, Baptisms, Census, One Name Study, Parish Records|
|Title:||BATSTONE One Name Study|
|Description:||BATSTONE One Name Study|
|Classification:||Banns, Baptisms, Births, Burials / Cremations, Deaths, Marriages, National, Parish Records|
|Title:||Non-Conformist and Non-Parochial BMDs|
|Description:||Non-Conformist and Non-Parochial BMDs from the National Archive, hosted by The Genealogist|
|Extra Info:||They include the birth records at Dr Williams' Library in London, hospital records of maternity, overseas registrations for British citizens and those on board ships.|
|Classification:||Banns, Baptisms, Burials / Cremations, Census, Marriages, Monumental Inscriptions, One Name Study, Parish Records, War Memorials & Other Memorials, Wills / Probate|
|Title:||PRATLEY One Name Study|
|Description:||PRATLEY One Name Study|
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