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Leicestershire & Rutland 

See General Notes , Record Types and abbreviations for further details

 

Quarterly Meeting Records

  • Leicestershire & Rutland QM (1668-1790)
  • Warwick, Leicester & Rutland QM (1790-1854)
  • Warwick, Leicester & Stafford QM (from 1854)

QM Digests: Warwick, Leicester & Rutland

  • Births 16-1837
  • Marriages 16-1837
  • Burials 16-1837 

See also Derby & Notts

Parts of North Leicester in the former Dalby & Donnington MM were in Derby & Nottingham QM (1790-1865) and Derby, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire QM (from 1865).

The Original MMs in 1668 were Leicester, Braunston (later Oakham), and Swannington. About 1690 Hinkley was detatched from Leicester and Dalby from Oakham. Subsequent unions formed Leicester & Hinkley MM (1761) and Hinkley, Leicester & Oakham MM (1790); it was renamed Leicester MM in 1817. Swannington was united to Dalby 1762 as Dalby & Donnington MM, which was disolved in 1790 at the same time as Leicestershire QM, and its constituent PMs added to Nottingham MM in Derby and Nottinghamshire QM.

Leicestershire Record Office [Leicester]

  • Leicestershire & Rutland QM (1668-1790)
  • Leicester, Hinkley & Oakham MMs and their constituents.
  • Some records of Swannington & Dalby MMs

Friends Meeting House, 40 Bull Street, Birmingham, B4 6AF

  • Warwick, Leicester & Rutland QM (1790-1854)
  • Warwick, Leicester & Stafford QM (from 1854)
  • Local copy of Warwick, Leicester & Rutland Digest

Birmingham City Archives, Central Library [Birmingham]

  • microfilm copies of records held at FMH Bull Street

Nottinghamshire Archives [Nottingham]

  • Derby & Nottinghamshire QM and Nottingham MM (to about 1840)
  • Dalby & Donnington MM
  • most records of Swannington and Dalby MMs
  • Local copy of Derby & Nottinghamshire Digests

Friends Meeting House, 25 Clarendon Street, Nottingham

  • Derby and Nottinghamshire QM and Nottingham MM and their successors (from about 1840)

See General Notes , Record Types and abbreviations for further details

    

 

 

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