Driffield Parish Magazine Union

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BobSharrock
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Driffield Parish Magazine Union

Post by BobSharrock » Thu Oct 24, 2013 11:07 am

Good Morning Forum, I'm looking to trace copies of the Driffield Parish Magazine Union from 1914 through to 1918,specifically for a sermon (s) delivered by the Rev. Canon William Robert Sharrock to soldiers (Waggoners ?) about to be deployed to the Front. I have contacted The Treasure House in Beverley and Bridlington Local Studies,but to no avail. All suggestions gratefully received. Bob Sharrock Kirk Ella.
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Re: Driffield Parish Magazine Union

Post by Peter6 » Thu Oct 24, 2013 5:10 pm

The following might be of some interest:

Level Collection
Finding No PE10
Extent 268 items
Title GREAT DRIFFIELD ALL SAINTS PARISH RECORDS
Date 1556-2002
Description Includes baptism registers 1556-1980; marriage registers 1556-1993; burial registers 1556-1955; register of affidavits of burials in woollen (Great and Little Driffield) 1678-1698; banns registers 1835-1983; registers of services 1902-2002; preachers' register 1878-1893; register of affidavits of burials in woollen (Great and Little Driffield) 1678-1698; citations and faculties, 1904-1995; church restoration papers 1874-1885; terriers 1764, 1857 and 1897; churchwardens' accounts 1818-1917; vestry minutes 1806-1953, Parochial Church Council minutes 1951-1996; plans of Driffield National School 1903-1926; Sunday School roll book and journal 1885-1892; Sunday School admission register 1892-1902; confirmation register 1938-1981; church magazines 1894-1988.
Also includes records for St John, Driffield , which was established in 1878 as a temporary wooden church on the corner Lockwood Street.. A permanament church was erected and consecrated in 1900. It was demolished in 1969. Records include baptism register 1900-1958 and registers of services 1900-1949
Access Status Open

Source: East Riding Archives (The Treasure House)

BobSharrock
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Re: Driffield Parish Magazine Union

Post by BobSharrock » Thu Oct 24, 2013 6:03 pm

Thank you very much for this information,I'll act on this promptly. Bob Sharrock.

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