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Cricketer and founder of Lord’s Cricket Club Thomas Lord’s baptism on 29 December 1755 appears in the baptism register for Thirsk.
The baptism of abolitionist William Wilberforce, who was responsible for ending slavery in the British Empire, appears in the register for Holy Trinity Church in Kingston upon Hull on 21 September 1759.
Poet William Wordsworth married his childhood friend Mary Hutchinson in the parish of Brompton on 4 October 1802.
The marriage register now online at Findmypast shows both their signatures.
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This collection comprises beautiful scanned images of the original handwritten registers from 1538 to 1989, alongside fully searchable transcripts of the original documents.
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