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Offline Linda_J

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Re: LDS batch numbers
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 13 June 09 11:42 BST (UK) »
Hi everyone

Just these baptisms from me.

C148123 St Thomas, Lewes
C022654 Hamsey, Sussex

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Re: LDS batch numbers
« Reply #10 on: Friday 06 November 09 11:31 GMT (UK) »
Here's some I've just come across while trying to arrange the baptisms for Brighton St Nicholas into date order, as below. The ones in red are not on Hugh Wallis' site

P012781 (1558-1701)
C017282 (1701-1731)
C017283 (1731-1791)
C017284 (1791-1812)

C017285 (1813-1813)
C009234 (1814-1816)
C017286 (1816-1819)
C147947 (1820-1824)
C008861 (1822-1824)
C018397 (1824-1827)

C017287 (1827-1832)
C147948 (1832-1835)
C017288 (1835-1845)
C017289 (1845-1850)
I013549 (1850-1852)

C147931 (1852-1861)
C135466 (1852-1853)
C135468 (1854-1855)
C135469 (1855-1856)
C135471 (1855-1856)
C135472 (1856-1857)
C135473 (1857-1858)
C135475 (1859-1860)
C135476 (1860-1861)

C135389 (1861-1862)
C135391 (1862-1863)
C135392 (1863-1864)
C135393 (1864)   
C135394 (1864-1865)
C135395 (1865-1866)
C135396 (1866-1867)
C135397 (1867)   
C135398 (1868)
C135399 (1868-1869)
C135467 (1869-1870)
C135493 (1871-1874)
C135494 (1875-1877)
C135495 (1878-1881)

This is all I can find. Any gaps in years are covered by other batches on this list, so this is Brighton St Nicholas' baptisms in order from 1558 to 1881 according to IGI.

I'm working on Marriages at the moment and I'll post these when I've done more work on it

This may be of use to someone

Glen

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Re: LDS batch numbers
« Reply #11 on: Friday 06 November 09 20:06 GMT (UK) »
Hi Glen

Thanks for the New Batch Numbers for Brighton St Nicholas, they will be added to the other list in due course

Look forward to further updating the marriages

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Re: LDS batch numbers
« Reply #12 on: Friday 06 November 09 23:54 GMT (UK) »
So far, here are the marriages for St Nicholas'

E017281 (1560-1660)
M017281 (1559-1730)
M017283 (1731-1761)
M017284 (1755-1797)
M147946 (1797-1813)
M147933 (1813-1816)

      
M147935 (1828-1838)
M147936 (1838-1840)
M147937 (1840-1845)

M147938 (1845-1849)
      
M147939 (1855-1859)
      
M147942 (1862-1865)
M147943 (1865-1868)
M147944 (1868-1872)
M147945 (1872-1881)


(The microfilms in the Brighton History Centre only go up to 1881, so once the missing batches are found, that's St Nick's just about done according to IGI. Then I'll need to have a look at St Pete's)