Fonds PD 696 - Parish Records of Ringstead St Andrew

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PD 696

Title

Parish Records of Ringstead St Andrew

Date(s)

  • 1570-1998 (Creation)

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49 pieces

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(?-)

Administrative history

There were originally two churches in Ringstead: St Peter and St Andrew. St Peter's church (with the exception of the tower) was pulled down in 1771, when the two parishes were consolidated. For records of Ringstead St Peter after 1773, see the records of Ringstead St Andrew (reference PD 696).

Archival history

Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

Received by the Norfolk Record Office on 30 May 2000 (ACC 2000/46 numbered PD 696/1-15); 31 July 2000 (ACC 2000/88 numbered PD 696/16-32); 17 November 2000 (ACC 2000/205 numbered PD 696/33-34); and 23 May 2002 (ACC 2002/55 numbered PD 696/35-49). Catalogued 6 June 2000 and 21 July 2002 by GK and amended 26 June 2008 by JW.

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For parish registers of Ringstead St Peter, 1546-1773, see PD 697/1-3.

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7e298aa0-709e-4b84-8c23-6a9554f900c5

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Catalogued

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Dates of creation revision deletion

Created 06/06/2000 by Drogk. Modified 06/03/2019 by Catherine.Collins.

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