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Upottery Parish Registers

These Upottery parish register transcriptions, covering the years 1559 to 1902, have been made by Roy Parkhouse <roy@parkhouse.org.uk> using fiche copies obtained from the Devon Record Office (DRO). Post-1837 marriage registers have not been included because the DRO state they are unable to copy them for sale since they belong to the Registrar General. Permission has been obtained from the Upottery Parochial Church Council (via the DRO) to publish the transcriptions here.

Sources for the Transcriptions

Abbreviations used

Banns
1761-1779   1793-1812
1823-1902 - ACKLAND to LEEK   1823-1902 - LEMON to YOUNG
1823-1902 - Unknown Surname

An example of publishing the banns:

Publish the Banns of Marriage Between William Willims Sojourner of this Parish and Jane Mey of the Parish of Clayhidon if any of you Know Cause or Just Impediment why these two Persons Should not be joined together in holy Matrymony ye are to Declare it.
Dated February 17th 1805
February 24th
March ye 3rd

(Transcribed from Devon County Council fiche UPOTTERY PR 5,6 number 7.)

Baptisms
  1559-1696  
1702-1902 - ABBOTT to CULVERWELL   1702-1902 - CUMSTOCK to HUTCHINS
1702-1902 - HYATT to PYM   1702-1902 - PYNE to TUCKER
1702-1902 - TURNER to YARD   1702-1902 - Unknown Surnames

Burials
  1559-1680  
1702-1902 - ADDINGTON to CLARKE   1702-1902 - CLEAK to GREIG
1702-1902 - GUNNINGHAM to LOVERIDGE   1702-1902 - LOWE to PYM
1702-1902 - QUANT to STARK   1702-1902 - STEPHENS to YOUNG
1702-1902 - Unknown Surnames

Marriages
  1576-1837  
1702-1837 - ABBOT to GOLDSWORTHY   1702-1837 - GOODLAND to PYM
1702-1837 - PYNE to ZAME   1702-1837 - Unknown Surname

Last updated: 23 Aug 2003 - Brian Randell

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