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Clapham, a parish forming, with the parishes of Milton-Ernest and Oakley, a detached portion of the hundred of Stodden, county of Bedford, 2½ miles NW of Bedford, 6 miles southeast of Knotting and about 9 miles southeast of Sandy. (Lewis…, 1830)

The following records were extracted from computerized transcriptions by the LDS Church of marriages for parishes in Bedfordshire from FHC Film 0543862 by Combs Researcher Denise Mortorff who adds that, due to the format, she was unable to interpret the handwriting personally.
(W. = wife, H. = husband):

Clapham Parish Records 1603 to 1811

Wm. COUMES 21 Aug 1740 (and) W. Mary SWEPSON

DKM Note: William not yet identified. This parish includes an UNDERWOOD/ROBINSON marriage.

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