Find your ancestors in North Yorkshire Non-Conformist Baptisms

Reveal your English relatives by exploring over 6,000 baptism records from 1800 until 1977. The records will be able to give you your ancestor’s birth date and parish. You will also be able to add new names to your family tree when you uncover your ancestor’s parents’ names.

Each record includes a transcript of the original baptismal records. The amount of information in each record can vary, but most will include:

  • Name
  • Baptism date
  • Baptismal year
  • Birth year
  • Parents
  • Parish
  • Circuit of chapel
  • Place
  • County
  • Country
  • Event
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Discover More about the North Yorkshire Non-conformists Baptisms

Non-conformists were those who did not belong to the established church. Before 1533, this would have meant the Catholic Church, but after the Act of Uniformity the established church changed to the Church of England. Non-Conformists generally refers to non-Anglican denominations; such as Methodists, Quakers, Baptists and Presbyterians. The majority of the records in this set are from the Methodist denomination, specifically Wesleyan Methodists.