Information sur la source Mariages et bans de mariage de l’Église d’Angleterre, Bexley, Angleterre, 1754 à 1935 [base de données en ligne]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2015.
Données originales : Church of England Parish Registers 1754–1935. Bexley Local Studies & Archive Centre, Bexleyheath, Kent, England.

 Mariages et bans de mariage de l’Église d’Angleterre, Bexley, Angleterre, 1754 à 1935

Cette collection de registres paroissiaux contient des actes de mariage des paroisses de la région administrative actuelle du Borough londonien de Bexley en Angleterre pour les années 1754 à 1935.

This collection includes parish registers containing marriage records for the years 1754–1935 from parishes in the current administrative area of the London Borough of Bexley, England.

Both the British government and the church had an interest in record keeping, and a 1538 act of Parliament required ministers in the Church of England to record baptisms, marriages, and burials. In 1754, Hardwicke’s Marriage Act of 1753 went into effect, requiring a formal ceremony be performed by Anglican clergy in the parish of one of the participants following the publication of banns and in the presence of two witnesses. (There were exemptions allowed for Jewish and Quaker marriages.) In 1837, civil registration began, which removed many of the restrictions imposed by Hardwicke’s Act. This database includes parish records with dates ranging from 1754 up until 1935.

See the browse on the right to determine which parishes are included in this collection and the date coverage for each parish.

About Marriages
Couples were usually married in the bride’s parish. Marriage records typically include the bride and groom’s names, residence, date and location of the marriage, names of witnesses, condition (bachelor, spinster, widow, or widower), and the name of the officiant. Some records may also include the father’s name and occupation. Early records may contain less detail.