People of Hanslope
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The main method of using the database is to search the Master Index which contains an entry for each reference to a person in each source. There are now 86,500 entries in the master index. Searches can be for partial names and specific ranges of dates. The result of a search of the master index is a list of possible references which match the search criteria. From this list, the information transcribed from any one source can be accessed. To begin a search click Person Search.
An alternative method of searching is to select a building from a maps and obtain a list of persons associated with the building. To begin a search click Property-based Search.
Please send suggestions and corrections to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Separate pages are available which list names mentioned in the master index. The main purpose of these pages is to make all names available to search engines (which cannot access the database directly). To access these web pages click on List of Names.
Sundry information from other sources has also been added. To date this includes the following.
Click on the year above for more information about each source.
Recently, a few links have been added to information extracted from property deeds, and to persons mentioned on other pages of the Hanslope web site, such as tenants mentioned in the pages on the land owned by the City of Lincoln. Entries have been copied from Kelly's trade directories of the 19th century. In August 2010, records were added of persons licenced to run public houses from the records of the Justices of the Peace Quarter Sessions for the period 1757 to 1828.
Information from censuses and chuch records is now available in separate databases for some neighbouring villages. For further information click on the following.
Two Villages of Milton Keynes and Broughton
Where Hanslope records indicate that a person was born or was resident in these villages, a link is provided to search the database of the other village .
(Earlier versions of this page contained links to a Castlethorpe database. Those developing a heritage web site for Castlethorpe have decided to build the web pages without the use of a database, so the database started for Castlethorpe has been removed. For information from censuses, church records, will, etc. click on Castlethorpe.)
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