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Ordering & Buying Online
Purchase of all our Publication on CD is now via the Parish Chest Web Site.
Click here or on the Parish Chest Logo, left hand side of front page and follow web site links.
As an alternative to purchasing our transcripts on CDs, and to make our them more accessible, a database of these is been built to enable online searches to be made.
Transcripts available to be searched at present are our West Sussex series, Catholic Marriages & Baptisms, N.E. Norfolk PRs and many others.
This is a large on going project with additional data gradually being uploaded.
To search this database, click on the link to register your Username & Password and purchase credits
Sussex Parish Register Transcripts.
These publications consist of typed and surname indexed transcripts of the parish register and in most cases, variant entries from
the surviving Bishop's Transcripts.
CDs of the work of Michael J. Burchall.
Michael J Burchall BA(Hons) FSG, a prolific transcriber of Sussex parish and local history records, has been
actively involved in Sussex family and local history for over 45 years.
Born in 1946, educated in Lincolnshire, he obtained a BA Honours degree in 1982 having been elected one of the youngest Fellows of the Society of Genealogists in 1975. He has worked at the former Kent Archives and at East Sussex Record Office.
His professional work has centred on Sussex and he has published articles on aspects of Sussex genealogy and local history, many of which were unsigned. He was co-founder of the Sussex Family History Group in 1972.
North East of Norfolk Parish Register Transcripts.
Our Norfolk Parish Registers transcripts can be searched for free on line at prtsoc.frontisgroup.com.
The Hackman Series of Hampshire Bishops Transcripts.
The complete Hackman Series of Hampshire Bishops Transcripts ISSN 1472-1074 Volumes 81 to 82 is now available as a double cd.
Please see the volume lists for parishes and dates covered.
Monumental Inscriptions series of publications.
The Monumental Inscriptions series of publications has now been produced in collaboration with the Institute of Heraldic & Genealogical Studies.
These transcripts of Monumental Inscriptions can be searched for free by County on line at prtsoc.frontisgroup.com.
The Miscellaneous Series I.H.G.S. of Parish Registers.
The Miscellaneous Series I.H.G.S. of Parish Registers can be searched for free on line at prtsoc.frontisgroup.com.
These original documents were purchased and are owned by the Institute of Heraldic & Genealogical Studies, who have kindly offered them to the P.R.T. Society for publication.
This section contains the individual transcripts that don't fall within the scope of our main county groups as well as
transcriptions of information other than parish registers etc.
Please see Menu at the top or visit the Sitemap for more information.
Church Image Gallery
We are pleased to announce the revival of our Gallery of Church images. At present there are not many but we will be adding them over time and hope to build quite a collection.
The Gallery can be accessed via the menu at the top of the page, i.e. Useful Information >> Church Photo Gallery >> Country >> County or directly from the Sitemap page near the bottom.
The Miscellaneous Series of I.H.G.S. Parish Registers.
Compilation CD of the complete ‘Miscellaneous Series of I.H.G.S. Parish Registers’. IHGS-PHILL >>
Transcripts by M.J. Burchall BA (Hons), FSG
Sussex Criminals & Victims 1800 to 1825 cd. PRTS_SXXPL2 >>
Sussex Parish Register Transcripts
Volume SXW152 Wiggonholt >>
Volume SXW154 Keymer >>
Volume SXW156 Lurgashall >>
Volume SXW158 Lodsworth >>
Volume SXW160 Poling >>
Volume SXW162 Warminghurst >>
Volume SXW153 Slindon >>
Volume SXW155 Amberley >>
Volume SXW157 Parham >>
Volume SXW159 Balcombe >>
Volume SXW161 Hardham >>
Volume SXW163 Eartham >>
Publicaton by Other Societies
Important Notice - Fiche Discontinued !
Please note PRTS transcripts are no longer available in Fiche format. The Published Transcripts pages will be updated as soon as is possible.
If you really do need a fiche copy you can contact the PRTSoc as there are a few remaining copies of some transcripts in the bottom of the drawer. Who knows, you may be lucky!