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Please note: literacy levels in the past were not as good as they are today, so the spelling of names can be very varied, eg: Fazey, Feasey, Feazey, Feasy, Fossey, Fezey, Vezay, Vezey all appear in the Census and Parish Register transcriptions.
Browse: The following documents are currently available on-line:
- NEW INFORMATION (23 December 2012) - Transcriptions of all the Registers and the Bishop's Transcripts are now available.
Complete copy of the St Laud's Parish Registers up to 1912 Introduction
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The following documents, containing information arranged in alphabetical order of surname, are also currently available on-line:
- 1910 Land Valuation Survey - Lists of owners and occupiers plus accompanying Ordnance Survey maps showing where they lived.
- Census Information
- 1918 Electoral Register
- Monumental Inscriptions of St Laud's Church
- 1796 Enclosure Map
- 1831 Militia Ballot - List of men aged 18 to 45
- Poll books: 1710 - 1713 - 1722 - 1784 - 1831
- Posse Comitatus 1798
- Wills (1384 - 1858) - now contains 241 names
- Directories - Sherington entry
- 26 directories published between 1830 and 1939 - including Kelly's.
- List of Rectors of St Laud's Church
- Parish Council records (1895-1977): Lists of Councillors, Chairmen, Vice-chairmen, Clerks, Lamplighters, Overseers and Constables.
- Transcription of the Roll of Honour of the villagers who served in the First World War.
- Sherington Prisoners at Aylesbury Gaol 1859 to 1878
- Details of four Sherington Seamen
- List of residents of Sherington who took the Oaths of Allegiance to King George in 1723 - 1724
- Weddings in Tyringham involving Sherington people 1576 - 1836
- Information from A C Chibnall's book: "Fiefs and Fields of a Buckinghamshire Village"