Church Register
The following is a transcription of page 30 of the Church Register for 1571 to 1732 of St. James The Great, Hanslope  
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Christnyngs 1588
  Brigitte Daughter of Richard Trowghton baptised January 30  
  Affiell Son of Robert Hocknell baptised February 8  
  Florence Stone baptised April 8  
  Florence Askew baptised April 8  
  ffrauncis Parkyns baptised April 9  
  Robert Son of Thomas Parrat baptised April 21  
  Jane Daughter of John King baptised May 1  
  Richard Son of Richard Glover baptised May 7  
  Ales Daughter of Thomas Briar baptised May 22  
  Joane Daughter of Anthony Asherby baptised May 27  
  Ales Daughter of Cutbert Emmerson baptised May 29  
  Agnis Daughter of John Meynard baptised August 4  
  Jane Daughter of Christofer Trowghton baptised August 26  
  John Son of Thomas Cox baptised August 8  
  Ann Daughter of Christofer Wren baptised September 19  
  Benieymyn Son of Harry Tirry baptised September 22  
  Joane Daughter of Christofer Ellis baptised September 19  
  Mary Daughter of Thomas Gardner baptised October 5  
  Lettice Daughter of Richard Ellis baptised October 6  
  William Son of Richard Gaire baptised October 18  
  Edward Son of Christofer Trafford baptised November 16  

yet Christnyngs 1588
  Thomas Son of Anthony Low baptised November 17  
  Guy Son of Anthonye Foster baptised November 22  
  Ann Daughter of Richard Winckles baptised December 1  
  Mary Daughter of Luke Parrat baptised December 14  
  Thomas Son of Robert Travell baptised December 22  
  John Son of Griffin Rawlyns baptised December 14  

Mariags 1589
  John Enges & Margaret Morgan married May 11  
  Arthur Botterel & Katherin Rawlins married May 29  
  John Smyth & Elsabeth Rawlins married June 10  
  Thomas Parkar & Elsabeth Rawlins married June 9  
  Christofer Clarke & Maudline Cotes married July 10  
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