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below for Ashton, Roade and Stoke Bruerne.
Monument Inscriptions generally cover records of inscriptions on gravestones, in most cases there are also details of plaques and inscriptions found inside the church and dealing with things like a Roll of Honour for either or both of the two World Wars. Several villages include details of gravestones which are or were only partially decipherable and therefore must be classed as “unattributed”. They have nonetheless been transcribed as an aid to researchers.
|Milton Keynes Village
|Monument Inscriptions will be made available on site in due course. Meanwhile, e-mail enquiries.
|Register of Electors 1936
Register of Electors 1945
Register of Electors 1951
|Enclosure Map transcription, showing
land holdings in 1797
Burial Records (1813 -1852)
Census Data 1841
Census Data 1851
Census Data 1861
Census Data 1871
Census Data 1881
Census Data 1891
Census Data 1901
First World War Roll of Honour
|Monument Inscriptions (many with photos of the grave)
Births, Marriages & Deaths 1562-1812 plus Marriages 1837-1988
|Christenings 1714 -1777
Marriages 1714 -1751
Burials 1678 – 1725
Wills 1724 – 1856
War Memorial Inscriptions
Properties & Occupiers in 1855
Kelly’s 1877, 1898
|Kelly’s Directories for 1864,
1890 and 1924; the 1925 Telephone Directory; and the Baptismal Registry
entries for 1868 – 1920 for St. Michael’s Church, Aspley Heath.1881
Census for Aspley Guise and Wavendon
|Family History database covering census data and school admissions
Marriages 1867-1930 Name Index for people in the database
Milton Keynes Local Studies & Family History Library has put online a list of of the Buckinghamshire places for which it holds Parish Records and Bishops Transcripts, together with the dates for the various types of records per parish.
For further enquiries about relatives, please contact individual MKHA members through their sites, or try Milton Keynes Local Studies & Family History Library.