Always wondered how to determine which nth cousin x times removed you are from a relative? Well read on and you will be able to work this out for yourself!
Lets assume we have a family starting with Ada and Albert who are married and have two children Barry and Beryl. The family tree continues as set out below
The following parishes are not on the IGI and therefore do not appear in Ancestry or FindMyPast
Aston Sandford published by Bucks FHS
Biddlestone published by Bucks FHS
Brill published by Bucks FHS
Buckland published by Bucks FHS
Cadmore End published by Bucks FHS
Fawley published by Bucks FHS
Fleet Marston published by Bucks FHS
Horsenden published by Bucks FHS
Horton published by Bucks FHS
Hulcott published by Bucks FHS
Little Marlow published by Bucks FHS
Oving published by Bucks FHS
Pitchcott published by Bucks FHS
Wraysbury published by Bucks FHS
The most used parish resource are the registers for baptisms, marriages and burials but there are many other parish records which may have survived and could help family historians. Below is a list of the various parish records, if they have survived they are most likely to be in the County Record Office.
Bucks Church Finder FAQs
Below are some Frequently Asked Questions about the use of the Bucks Church Finder
Dates of UK Parish Registers
UK Parish Registers go from 1538 to the present day. Not all records survive.
A useful source of information is "The Phillimore Atlas and Index to Parish Registers" by Cecil Humphrey-Smith which contains parish maps and a list of registers (and dates) available.
1751 - The Nine Month Year and 1752 - the year they stole 11 days
Before 1751 the UK worked by the Julian calendar (25th March, Lady Day, to 24th March). By this time most of Europe, with the exception of Russia, had switched to the Gregorian calendar (1st January to 31st December).