Thanks so much for that VERY COMPREHENSIVE
Fromelles Association of Australia
Hunter Valley NSW
From: Fiona Hall via LANCSGEN <lancsgen(a)rootsweb.com>
Sent: Friday, 12 April 2019 9:55 PM
Cc: Fiona Hall <fiona.j.hall(a)btopenworld.com>
Subject: [LAN] Re: LAN] MOFFATT or MOFFITT Rochdale mid 1800s
The best place to look for churches is the GENUKI website www.genuki.org.uk
organised on a Nation/Country/County/Parish basis
So you will need the Rochdale page on the Lancashire pages.
The Rochdale page will list all the churches in the area and where their records are kept
and what actually still exist. You can then widen the search for several miles outside
Ancestry have images of the Church of England (Anglican) parishes as well as for several
of the non-conformist churches.
Findmypast do as well:
You will also find records transcribed for all Lancashire on the Online Parish Clerk pages
Familysearch have a transcribed index of some records
I would check not only the England Marriages or England births and baptisms there there
but the Lancashire ones as well (though there is not much under Lancashire)
Don’t forget that even if they were non-conformists they had to marry in the local
Anglican parish church from 1754 to 1837 and may even have done so afterwards.
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