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When in 1893 the writer of these notes published a volume of the parish registers for the period 1701-1812 he had to lament that there is a large gap in the MSS. at Burnsall, and that owing to the fees charged at York he was unable at the time to have any transcripts copied that might be found there. The present book contains, he is happy to say, all that was missing, excepting the record of a single year, 1753, of which no trace can be found. His success in recovering so much, encouraged him to make a search for the transcripts of the smaller portions which have disappeared from the register of the earlier period, 1559-1700. The results of this search will also be found in the pages which follow, and the procedure described will account for the order, or disorder, in which they have been printed. The 18th century transcripts were copied by the Rev. W. Ball Wright, M.A., the others by Mr. R. B. Cook. There still remain unrecovered, and it is feared unrecoverable: -

18 entries of baptisms on the first page in the year 1559, which have been rubbed out with the exception of a word or two.

From Midsummer, 1569, to Midsummer, 1570.

From Lady Day, 1673, to the end of December.

In 1684 all the weddings and baptisms, and the burials till Aug. 8th.

From Lady Day, 1696, to Lady Day, 1697.

From Lady Day, 1699, till October l5th.

From Lady Day, 1753, to Lady Day, 1754.

All the monumental inscriptions in the Church and Churchyard have been copied, and those of them which bear dates earlier than 1813 are printed in this book.

There will also be found in it the marriages of Burnsall people which have appeared in those Yorkshire registers which have been printed, together with a few entries which have been kindly sent to the writer by his neighbours and correspondents.

For the extracts from Paver's Marriages Licences, which have been printed by the Yorkshire Archæological Society in their Journal and Record Series, he is under obligations to that society, and in particular to his friend, Mr. J. W. Clay, F.S.A.

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