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All the records of the Palatinate of Durham remained at Durham until 1868.They had been inspected by Sir Thomas Duffus Hardy in 1854 and his report on them had been printed as an Appendix to the Sixteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records (1855), pp.44-93.A list of some of the Court Rolls formerly in the Cursitor's Office, Durham, was included in Lists and Indexes, No. Five of the Rentals and Surveys were included in Lists and Indexes No. A summary list of Durham Palatinate Records at the Public Record Office, was printed in Lists and Indexes, No.Pursuant to a warrant of the Master of the Rolls dated 17 November 1868, all the records of the Palatinate, with certain exceptions which will be noted below, were returned to London and placed in the Public Record Office.
The Marriage & Divorce Records section of your report will contain information on if the person was married and records about the marriage. "I am a retired police officer and let me tell you that the information that you have you could only access if you were in law enforcement.It will also contain information on if the person was divorced and details about the divorce case.