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Summary of CDs available from the Shop, and other research resources

Berkshire Baptisms CD


Berkshire Marriages CD


Berkshire Burials CD


Berkshire Parish Registers CD

Parish CD

Berkshire Monumental Inscriptions CD

Berkshire Probate CD


Berkshire Overseers’ Papers CD Entries

Eureka Publication

Wokingham Union Deaths 1866-1925; Wokingham Union Miscellany

Located within

Wokingham Union

Additional notes

The parish register of marriages 1983-1987, is believed to be lost. A photocopy of the Registrar’s register is held at the Berkshire Record Office to fill this gap.


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