Middlesbrough parish registers: Dates and current locations etc.
A Chapelry in the parish of Acklam, west-division of Langbargh, part in the
Liberty of St. Peter; 5 miles from Stockton (Co. Durham), 10 from Stokesley,
and 12 from Guisborough. Population 40. The Church is a perpetual curacy,
dedicated to St. Hilda. The chapel has long been in ruins; the site of which,
together with the chapel-yard unenclosed, is occasionally used as a burial-
Deposited Registers (Cleveland Archives)
- Baptisms: 1735-1771, 1813-1834, 1840, 1840-1919*, 1922-1925*, 1929-
- Marriages: 1735-1811, 1816-1822, 1840-1947*, 1949-1968*
- Burials: 1735-1771, 1840-1922*, 1952-1968
- * The register entries before 1840 were with West Acklam. After 1840 the
parish Church of Middlesbrough St. Mary began registers.
- 1617, 1631-1633, 1635-1638, 1640, 1661, 1662, 1664-1669, 1671-1673,1675, 1676#, 1677, 1681, 1682, 1685, 1689, 1691, 1694, 1695, 1697-1708,
1710-1713, 1715-1819, 1840, 1847-1849, 1854, 1855
# With West Acklam
- C 1735-1771, 1813-1834, 1840-1878;
- M 1737-1771, 1840-1877
Transcripts and Indexes:
- C 1735-1812; Typed transcript, with index; Cleveland Archives
- M 1735-1769; 1813-1837; Typed transcript, with index; Cleveland Archives
- B 1735-1812; Typed transcript, with index; Cleveland Archives
For an explanation of the abbreviations and the meaning of those dates which are
in italics, please see the
Yorkshire Parish Registers main page.
The above register information was correct when the book was published (1998).
However registers may be moved from one Register Office to another. If you
know that any of the above data is incorrect, please drop me a line via
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Yorkshire Parish Registers
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Colin Blanshard Withers.
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