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The parishes in this area that have always been in Lancashire, such as Whalley and Clitheroe, come under the Diocese of Blackburn.
The current Bowland Deanery of the Diocese of Bradford comprises the modern parishes of Bolton by Bowland with Grindleton; Gargrave; Giggleswick and Rathmell with Wigglesworth; Gisburn; Hellifield; Hurst Green and Mitton; Kirkby in Malhamdale with Coniston Cold; Langcliffe with Stainforth and Horton-in-Ribblesdale; Long Preston with Tosside; Settle; Slaidburn; Waddington.
The following is as yet an incomplete list of the historic parishes of this area.
My main interest is in the parishes extant prior to 1837.
There are films of the Bishops' Transcripts at the Lancashire County Record Office in Preston.
Bracewell records are much less voluminous than those for nearby Gisburn.
Note that the IGI coverage is incomplete as it is: C, 1731-1855; M, 1731-1836.
The registers of this church are being transcribed by the Lancashire Parish Register Society and one volume was produced recently.
Parts of the current church date from the 13th century.The current Skipton Deanery comprises the modern parishes of Barnoldswick with Bracewell; Bolton Abbey; Broughton, Marton and Thornton (in Craven); Burnsall with Rylstone; Carleton and Lothersdale; Earby; Embsay with Eastby; Kelbrook; Kettlewell-with-Conistone, Hubberholme and Arncliffe-with-Halton Gill; Linton, Skipton Christ Church; Skipton, Holy Trinity.Abbreviations: C, Christening; M, Marriage, B, Burial.The registers at Preston are as follows: C, 1587-1718, 1753-1793 & 1813-1976; M, 1587-17-1986; B, 1587-1718, 1753-1794 & 1813-1952.The County Record Office has a film of the Bishops' transcripts.