Middlesex records, 19th C
I am in Middlesex parish records. The form on the pages lists a date and a series of names with no identification of what they are. It isn't a marriage; could it be births with the names of parents? The only identification on the sheets are 00159 and 00160. Thanks, Frances Jeppson
Look at the reference images first, in many cases there is a heading on a preceeding page that will tell you what kind of records they are. The other clue is the form of words that are used.
For example John Smith of John and Mary is most likely to be a baptism
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If it's really unclear then return the batch as some of them are really difficult to differentiate.0
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I have decided these must be birth records, and I'm going forward. Thank you for your interest. Frances Jeppson0
Great; there are some really helpful people in this forum, and very willing to help, I've had a lot of good advice in the past.1