Church Register
The following is a transcription of page 24 of the Church Register for 1733 to 1779 of St. James The Great, Hanslope  
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  Henry Son of John Jones buried May 11  
  Samuel Eustace & Ann Hailey married by Banns May 16  
  Transcriber's note: Groom's family name very uncertain  
  Mary Daughter of William & Elizabeth Chambers baptised May 16  
  Samuel Son of John Constant buried May 21  
  Eliz Daughter of Surridge buried May 24  
  Transcriber's note: Mother recorded as 'Widow Surridge'  
  William Mills , labourer buried May 26  
  Katherine Daughter of Thomas Barwick baptised May 29  
  Transcriber's note: Mother's name not provided  
  George Son of John Best buried June 1  
  Mary Daughter of Edward & Eleanor Pinkard baptised June 9  
  Sarah Church , widow buried June 9  
  Samuel Son of Richard Clifton buried June 17  
  Elizabeth Daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Knight baptised June 22  
  Will. Morris & Mary Cook married by Banns June 28  
  Mary Keech buried June 30  
  George Son of Richard & Mary Willby baptised July 28  

  Edward Barwick & Ann Packer married by Banns July 29  
  Richard Son of Richard & Susannah Church baptised August 3  
  Samuel Tompson & Elizabeth Ansfield , Self surrogate married by Licence August 15  
  Benjamin Son of Benjamin & Elizabeth Stonton baptised August 24  
  Esther Wife of John Walker buried August 27  
  Elizabeth Daughter of Joseph & Mary Collins baptised August 31  
  William Son of William & Edith Tebbot baptised September 7  
  Mary Daughter of John & Elizabeth Wright baptised September 7  
  Edward Read & Frances Cook married by Banns September 14  
  Sarah Daughter of John & Mary Aldridge baptised September 28  
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