registers of Stapleton, Shropshire 1546-1812. by Stapleton, Eng. (Shropshire) Parish.

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Published by Priv. printed for the Shropshire Parish Register Society, in conjunction with the Parish Register Society in London .

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Running title: Shropshire parish registers. Stapleton.

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StatementTranscribed by E. C. Hope-Edwards and ed. by Hudleston Stokes.
SeriesThe Parish Register Society. [Publications] 35
ContributionsStokes, Hudleston, ed., Edwardes, Ellen Charlotte Hope-, 1837-
LC ClassificationsCS434 .P3 vol. 35
The Physical Object
Pagination54, x p.
Number of Pages54
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6910528M
LC Control Number01027182

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A third book contains printed forms for marriage entries, and entries on. Excerpt from The Registers of Stapleton, Shropshire, The advowson was held by their representatives inwhen Richard Wehbe, the Rector who resigned inwas presented.

In i, Thomas Powys and his wife presented, pro hac vice, and in Henry Powys, who inherited the property of the Langleys of Shrewsbury Abbey. Was : Ellen Charlotte Hope-Edwards.

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