Church Register
The following is a transcription of page 29 of the Church Register for 1571 to 1732 of St. James The Great, Hanslope  
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yet Christnyngs 1587
  Esabeth Daughter of Christofer Wren baptised May 20  
  Barbary Daughter of Anthonye Asherbye baptised June 16  
  Transcriber's note: Day and month of date uncertain  
  John Son of Christofer Trowghton baptised June 25  
  Thomas Son of Richard Smyth baptised June 25  
  Jane Daughter of Thomas Burch baptised June 11  
  Joane Daughter of William Layfield baptised May 13  
  Phillipp Son of Frauncis Wade baptised July 18  
  Christofer Son of John Scryven baptised September 20  
  John Son of Anthony Foster baptised October 29  
  Dorothy Daughter of Hewgh Davie baptised November 30  
  Jane Daughter of John Cotes baptised December 6  
  Elsabeth Daughter of Edward Ellis baptised November 20  
  Mary Daughter of Robert Harpole baptised December 13  
  Margery Daughter of William Burges baptised December 23  
  John Son of John Neman baptised December 25  
  Edward Son of Lawrence Stele baptised December 30  

Burials 1588
  John Son of Edward Stowrton , Esquier buried September 29  
  Edward Son of Christofer Trafford buried November 17  
  Joane Gater buried November 18  
  Harry Kislingbury buried February 21  
  Gricell Daughter of Richard Trowghton buried February 5  
  Grissell Daughter of Phillipp Stowrton , Esquier buried February 5  
  Roger Askew buried August 16  

Mariags 1588
  Richard Coy & … married May 2  
  John Jenckyns & Jane Mabley married May 9  
  Richard Pearson & Isabell Davy married May 19  
  Nicolas Pose & Isabell Tarry married October 10  
  Thomas Wharton & Joane Spencer married November 17  
  Christofer Harper & Elsabeth Travell married November 18  
  John Rawlins & Jane Sibtharp married December 16  
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