Find your ancestors in Boyd's Marriage Index 1538-1840

Boyd's Marriage Index

Boyd's Marriage Index is a collection of names for English marriages copied from local parish marriage registers, Bishops' Transcripts and marriage licences, from when marriage registration began to be mandatory in 1538 to 1840. Registers from more than 4,300 parishes have been indexed, totaling 5,648,473 names for the findmypast index.

Boyd's Marriage Index is also especially helpful to family historians researching Yorkshire, Cambridge or East Anglian ancestry due to the thorough collections made by these parishes. Although all counties in England are included, none are entirely complete.

The marriage record entries contain the first and last name of the bride and groom, the year, county and parish where the marriage took place, and source of the record.