HUDDERSFIELD   PARISH   CHURCH   MARRIAGES

1837 to 1864

(Ref D32 / 32 - 45)

This index includes all the details from 14 registers covering the entries of 13,378 people who marriaed betweet the period 2 July 1837 and 26 August 1865. 

The Huddersfield Parish Church covered a wide area which included the villages of Huddersfield, Lindley cum Quarmby, Longwood, Golcar, Scammonden, Slaithwaite and Marsden. There are many marriages of people from neighbouring parishes including, Almondbury, Kirkburton and Kirkheaton, Halifax, Hartshead, Mirfield, Birstal, along with the odd far away parish.

The entries are arranged in alphabetical order of Surname, Christian name and date of marriage. In this way an entry for a marriage can easily be located, saving many hours searching at Libraries. 

The details in this index include both names of bridegroom and bride the date of the marriage and where the bridegroom lived at the time of marriage.

Full details from the marriage entries can be obtained from Steve Whitwam by emailing him at Steve@whitwam.freeserve.co.uk, the following details will be sent which include the ages, occupations, parents names and occupations and marital condiction, example below,

26 06 1864 BROOK JONATHAN 35 B SLUBBER HUDDERSFIELD    -    -    -
  FLETCHER ELIZABETH 30 W   HUDDERSFIELD BEST GEORGE COMB MAKER

 

It must be emphasized that this is an index and not an exact transcript.  In any case the original entry should always be consulted, as mistakes can be made, and witnesses to the marriage can also be obtained.

Click on the link below to go to the Index site where you will be required to logon using your email address and a password, if you have not already registered use the Register link to complete a small form and then you will be emailed your password.  Any problems registering please email me in the first instance.

Clink on the link below to access the database

Steve Whitwam's Database Web Site

 

This is an on going project and more entries will be added when they have been compiled

 

Special thanks to , Huddersfield Library who hold the original microfiches of the Registers.