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Several types of document are classified under Church Records.
There are parish registers and Bishop's Transcripts or register bills which record the baptisms, marriages, and burials in the parish.
Copies of the past year's baptismal, marriage and burial entries in the parish registers were supposed to be submitted annually to the local archdeacon or (every seventh year and sometimes more frequently) to the Bishop of Norwich, during his visitations.
They are commonly known as Bishop's Transcripts (BTs) or (more accurately in most cases for this county) register bills.
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Additional records of parishioners and visitors were preserved in what is called the 'parish chest'. There were Baptist, Independent, Methodist, and Catholic chapels in the county as well.
The archdeaconries kept other records of marriages, such as licence bonds and allegations. The England Church Records article provides a fuller overview.