There are 16 titles included in this collection of registers and records from Durham. Below is a complete list of titles currently offered:
Antiquities of Sunderland and Its Vicinity, published 1904
Parish Registers of St Nicholas, 1590-1812
Parish Registers of St Margaret’s, 1558-1812
Parish Registers of St Mary in the South Bailey, 1559-1812
Parish Registers of Bishop Middleham, 1559-1812
Parish Registers of the Ancient Chapel of Esh in Lanchester, 1567-1812
Parish Registers of St Mary le Bow, 1571-1812
Parish Registers of Winston, 1572-1812
Parish Registers of Whickham, 1579-1812 – marriages and banns
Parish Registers of Whitburn, 1579-1812
Parish Registers of Ryton, 1581-1812 – marriages and banns
Parish Registers of Coniscliffe, 1590-1812
Parish Registers of Stanhope, 1613-1812
Parish Registers of Whorlton, Castle Eden & Middleton St George 1616-1812
Parish Registers of Ebchester, 1619-1812
Parish Registers of Dalton-Le-Dale, Seaham & Sherburn Hospital, 1646-1812
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