I suspect that this is the 'Relevant' (previous) Question:
Yes Brett, above is the relevant question. I would like to get the actual PARISH Record hoping Isabella's mother Sarah has her maiden name on it. Can you please advise where I should search and obtain the PARISH Record?
Thank you for your prompt response. Dianne
In relation your previous post, you mean the "Christening" record; as, "Civil Registration" (ie. Birth, Deaths and Marriages) DID NOT start until September 1837 in England and Wales".
I gather that this is who you are refereeing to:
Isabella Mary DAVIS
Christened: 11 May 1828, North Marston, Buckinghamshire, England
Died: 10 March 1903, Maylands, South Australia, Australia
And, the "Source" for her "Christening" record:
Where the "Image" for that record is ONLY available to access/view at/through a "Family History Centre" of the Church (or, an "Affiliate Library"), which MOST are STILL "Closed" due to the "COVID-19" Pandemic.
Unfortunately, you may not be able to access/view the "Image" of the record until the FHCs (or, Affiliate Libraries) are "Open" again.
That said ...
I am certainly not expert; but, I would suspect that even if you did get to access/view that "Image" of that Christening/Baptismal record, the Mother's "Maiden" 'Family Name' / 'Surname' will NOT be recorded.
I cannot every remember seeing such on any like records.
It appears that her Mother's Mother's "Maiden" 'Family Name' / 'Surname' may have been "Bone" ...
Well, that is according to the "Marriage" Event that you have added to her parents.
2 May 1814
Hardwick with Weedon, Buckinghamshire, England
I know that this does not help, but, I hope it give you some perspective.
from "Down Under"
Thanks anyway Brett. Yes, I do have that Marriage Record (if that indeed is my ancestor, I'm 90% certain it is). This is my first time joining the Community. I tried England National Archives as well, but they were not very helpful. North Marston Parish would be the go, but I had already told the Archives that. I'll have another go in trying to contact the North Marston Parish, I don't remember when I last tried, and/or if it still exists. Thanks again Brett, over and out.
The FamilySearch Wiki has a helpful table showing what websites have Anglican church records for the different counties of England:
https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/England_Church_Records (scroll down to section "Accessing England Church Records"
Anglican church records are usually held by County archives or are still held by the individual parishes. The National Archives has only non-conformist records.
I think you are wonderful community assistants. At least I get to know alternative avenues to investigate. I am going to write to the Buckinghamshire Council hoping I can get somewhere there. Thanks for your help. Over and out.
I have to report that I have had a very successful break-through result, thanks to your assistance in advising alternative search avenues. Through the Buckinghamshire County Archives, they put me onto the Buckinghamshire Family History Society, who sent me all the information and proof I needed. Thank you again guys! You're the best! They even supplied a Marriage Record which confirmed the Mother's MAIDEN name. Yeh!😀