Where I wrote "Some of the Miscellenea also contain Lancashire registers
such as Miscellenea IV which contains Robert Hall's transcriptions of
Hornby," it should have been "Some of the Miscellenea also contain
Lancashire registers such as Miscellenea IV which contains
transcriptions of Robert Hall and Hornby."
Robert Hall was a place in Tatham, not a person.
On 15/12/2019 15:54, familyhistory wrote:
At the risk of sounding frivolous most of the real effort was put
the transcriptions 90 or more years ago and the folk involved will
have been buried long since.
Quite a few of the CRS Volumes have been available for some years at
where they can be downloaded in a form that is easy to
search and add your own bookmarks.
It is though nice to see that the CRS are now making the records
available online directly (locating them at Archive.org
can be quite
Some of the Miscellenea also contain Lancashire registers such as
Miscellenea IV which contains Robert Hall's transcriptions of Hornby,
and Miscellenea VIII which contains Culcheth. Miscellenea X (Vol 17)
has records from Woolston, Warrington. Also a list of Recusants from
Lancashire in Miscellenea V.
Jim - I think Vol 35 is a typo for 36. Vol 35 appears to be York
while 36 includes Ribchester and Dunkenhalge.
On 15/12/2019 14:43, Linda wrote:
> Please thank all those involved in this effort.
> On Sun, 15 Dec 2019 12:44:48 +0000, jim lancaster
> <lancaster.jim(a)zen.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi, Folks,
> The Catholic Record Society has recently announced that its Record
> Series Volumes 1 to 79 are now online at www.crs.org.uk/publications
> available to all.
> Scroll down the opening page and click on the 'More Info' box under
> 'Record Series'. This takes you to a page that has a link to each of
> these volumes starting with Volume 79. Many of the early volumes to
> about Vol. 40 include transcripts of Catholic mission registers,
> generally from before 1837.
> There are six volumes devoted to Mission registers from Lancashire.
> Volumes 15, 16, 20, 31 and 35 have registers from the area north of
> Preston and Volume 23 has the registers from Brindle and Samlesbury.
> Hope this helps,
> Jim Lancaster (Bury, Lancs.)