Parish Registers: Marriage Banns Hardback
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Parish Registers: Marriage Banns
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Canterbury Press is authorised by the Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England to publish this new range of essential parish stationery. With an attractive contemporary design, page layouts that make the keeping of accurate records simple and straightforward, and paper of archivable quality, this new range offers excellent value and quality.
Parish Registers: Marriage Banns was published by Canterbury Press in March 2009 and is our 16669th best seller. The ISBN for Parish Registers: Marriage Banns is 9781853119408.
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What is the difference between Parish Registers: Marriage Banns and 'Banns of Marriage Register'?
This edition of the Parish Register features 128 pages, with three entries per page; the MB9 version has 96 pages, with four entries per page.
I am wondering if banns would have still been recorded in this book if the banns were read but the marriage did not actually take place?
'Parish Registers' (9781853119408) is produced as a blank register in which to maintain parish records. Banns of Marriage are documented in these registers in advance of the official wedding ceremony.
Is this register compatable with the new marriage measure, i.e. does it have the necessary 'Qualifying Connection' slot?
This register does have a space specifically for the qualifying connection.
Details for Parish Registers: Marriage Banns
|Page last updated||27th August 2016|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (March 2009)|
|Number of Pages||128|