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  • richard greaves 14-August-2014 06:43:03

    It would appear that from the start in 1559 to about 1600 the entries have been transcribed. It is the same, clear regular hand all written in a uniform way, generally one complete entry per line. I think this has given rise to a transcription error. John Pynder married Elizabeth Newcome 23.09.1566. They had a son John 16.04.1567. John Pynder married again Isabel Killingeberke on 05.07.1572. Under burials there is an entry that Agnes Pynder daughter of John was buried 13.05.1569. No Agnes daughter of John was baptised. It must have been the burial of Elizabeth his wife. Richard Greaves rwgreaves@yahoo.com.

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Reference Name IRNHAM PAR/1/1

The entries for 1559-1600 are in one hand. Entries from 1643-1683 "transcribed out of a Paper Register by J Lodge Rector of Irnham".
ff.1-15: Baptisms 1559-1707 (part of f.15 cut away).
f.15a: Loose sheet of paper containing (additional) entries for 1704.
ff.16-21: Marriages 1559-1707.
ff.22-30: Burials 1559-1684.
f.31: Notes of parishioners touched for the King's Evil, 1685-6; note of one birth, 1706 (part of page cut away).
f.31v: Note about the Forman family; note of a baptism, 1641.
ff.32-34: Burials 1685-1706 (ff.30-34 are additional leaves).

Date: 1559-1707

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]


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