The following collections feature in this week’s Findmypast Fridays:
The Hue & Cry Index 1797-1810 is an index of the ‘Hue and Cry, and Police Gazette’, an English newspaper that published notices of wanted criminals and the offences they committed.
Findmypast’s existing collection of over 2.8 million Staffordshire parish records are now available to browse. The Staffordshire parish registers were released in July 2014 and consists of Baptism, Marriage, Banns and Burial records held by the held by the Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service.
Over 16,000 marriage records have been added from the parishes of Queenborough, Shepherdswell, Ashford, Aldington, Birling, Chart Sutton, Snodland, Ryarsh, Kemsing, Halling and Lower Birling.
Over 16,000 records of Banns have been added from the parishes of Birling, Brenchly, Ryarsh, East Sutton, Borden and Lower Halstow.
Over 430 new images have been added to The PERiodical Source Index (PERSI)