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bulletLancashire OPC website for Bury http://www.lan-opc.org.uk/Bury/index.html
 
bulletAccess to Archives records for the Bury Parish in the Lancashire Record Office - I have collated just over 4,000 of these records and surname indexed them for the Parish of Bury during the Easter weekend 2004. There will be some missing, some repeated and several mistakes - they are meant as a guide only. The files are very large (60-70 pages) so it is probably easier and faster to right click on the link and save them to your hard disk before you open them, they are pdf files and you will need Adobe Acrobat reader to open them. I do hope they help and I would love to hear of any great finds!
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To find out more about these and other records please visit the Access to Archives website at http://www.a2a.org.uk/ http://www.a2a.org.uk/ Also don't forget to look for records at Bury Archives - they have recently added a new batch.

bulletBury PCC Wills - Data collated from PRO online
 
bulletBury folks found in Australian National Archives - Data collated from the National Archives website at http://www.naa.gov.au/the_collection/recordsearch.html
You may find more information on these by visiting the National Australian Archives website (see above) where you may register and request free digital images of their documents (normally a 2-3 month wait). There is also more data for the Australian Nominal Rolls at http://www.awm.gov.au/research/people/nominal_rolls/  Click here for Bury data extracted from WW2 Australian Nominal Rolls.
 
bulletBury Directories for 1781 and 1791
 
bulletBury Trade Directory 1818
 
bulletBaptisms at St Mary's. Bury 1699-1835
IGI batches P007052 and P007053(up to 1835 only)
I have copies of many of these baptisms and can lookup any extra details that "may" be on the record. Please allow up to 2 weeks for a reply, send all information from the IGI - date, name, and parents names. Please no more than 5 lookups per request. Email me
 
bulletMarriages at St Mary's. Bury 1 Jul 1837- 9 Jun 1843
IGI batch M007053
I have copies of many of these marriages and can lookup any extra details that are required. Please allow up to 2 weeks for a reply, send all information from the IGI - date, names, or the reference number, year and names from LancsBMD. Please no more than 5 lookups per request. Email me
 
bulletHAMER surname in the 1841 census in the Parish of Bury
 
bulletBARNES surname in the 1841 census in the Parish of Bury
 
bulletElton 1801 census
 
bulletBIRTWISTLE surname in the 1841-1891 censuses in the Parish of Bury kindly supplied by Gary Burton:
1841 1851 1861 1871 1881 1891
 
bullet National Register of Archives - try the place search for Bury, Lancashire - there are some interesting entries.

bulletNew IGI batches not on the Hugh Wallis list (they seem to be all females)
(NB to search on these batches in the IGI the Region must be selected as British Isles)
Tottington
C013127  C013126  C013125 C023732
Bolton
C010351 C010350 C006200
Bury, Elton, Tottington, Walmersley
C020655 C020656 C010811 C007266 I020518 C007409 C012956
Heywood
C022985 I016399 I016400 I016401 I016402 I016403
I016404 I016405 I016406 I016407 I016408 I016409
K133191 C027924 C012957

Holcombe
I009593 C027409 C027408
 
bulletSt Mary, Parish Church of Radcliffe Marriages 1560-1761
http://www.pioneerinfo.com/LAN-OPC/Radcliffe/index.html

 
bulletElectoral Rolls for Bury
Can do lookups for (LDS film #1647473 Items 8-18)
List of men qualified for juries 1830 Electoral register 1836-1837 (very bad condition)  Electors voters 1837 Electors, 1841, 1852, 1857, 1859, 1861 (very bad condition) , 1865, 1868 (quite large)
Please note-
A man qualified for jury service in 1830 by possessing land with an annual value of at least 10, and aged 21-70.
Electoral registers compiled since 1832, when for Bury, they included all male owners of property worth at least 10 per year. In 1867 the property value was reduced to 5.
There are just over 100 pages of data which I have to look through manually, so it will take me a while to reply, names with dates are preferable to blanket searches: Email me
bullet17 Aug 1831- Shipwreck of Rothsay Castle in Beaumaris Bay, almost 1/4 of victims were day trippers from Bury, including
TARREY, CASS, APPLETON, HOWARTH, WALMSLEY, FITTON, WILKINSON, WHITTAKER, LAMB, CHARLES, DUCKWORTH, ENTWISTLE