There are over 200,000 transcripts in this record set. While the amount of information varies, the records usually include the following:
Relative’s first name
Parish records are vital to researching your family history since censuses and official birth, marriage, and death records only go back to 1837, when civil registration was instated. However, the requirement for parish priests to maintain a weekly register of baptisms, marriages, and deaths began in 1538 following King Henry VIII's split from the Roman Catholic Church. A fine was put in place for failure to comply, and from 1733, entries had to be written in English instead of Latin.
Abbots Ripton, Abbotsley, Alconbury, Alconbury cum Weston, Alwalton, Barham, Bluntisham-cum-Earith, Botolph Bridge, Brampton, Brington, Broughton, Buckden, Buckworth, Bury cum Hepmangrove, Bythorn, Caldecote, Chesterton, Colne, Conington, Covington, Denton, Diddington, Easton, Ellington, Elton, Everton cum Tetworth, Evertonct, Eynesbury, Farcet, Fenstanton, Fletton, Folksworth, Glatton, Godmanchester, Grafham, Great Catworth, Great Gidding, Great Gransden, Great Paxton, Great Staughton, Great Stukeley, Haddon, Hail Weston, Hamerton, Hartford, Hemingford Abbots, Hemingford Grey, Hilton, Holme, Holywell cum Neddingworth, Houghton, Huntingdon, Keyston, Kimbolton, Kings Ripton, Leighton Bromswold, Little Gidding, Little Paxton, Little Raveley, Little Stukeley, Molesworth, Morborne, Offord Cluny, Offord Darcy, Old Weston, Oldhurst, Orton Longueville, Orton Waterville, Pidley cum Fenton, Ramsey, Sawtry, Sibson cum Stibbington, Somersham, Southoe, Spaldwick, St Ives, St Neots, Stanground, Steeple Gidding, Stilton, Stow Longa, Swineshead, Tilbrook, Toseland, Upton cum Coppingford, Upwood & Great Raveley, Warboys, Waresley, Water Newton, Winwick, Wistow, Woodhurtst, Woodston, Woodwalton, Woolley, Wyton, Yaxley, and Yelling.
Huntingdonshire Burials was sourced from Huntingdonshire Family History Society