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Even before the government began to register all births, marriages and deaths in 1837, parish churches were required to keep records of all of the baptisms, marriages and burials. Many of these records date back to the sixteenth century.
Library @ The Curve, Slough has transcripts and microfilms of the originals for:
See our complete list of parish records at The Curve.
See also graveyard surveys for many churchyards in the area in the monumental transcriptions pages.
The original records for both Slough and Buckinghamshire are kept at the Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies in Aylesbury .