Hampshire Genealogical Society

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Hampshire Marriage Index 1813 – 1837

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An alphabetical listing by surname (bride or groom) or by parish, of Church of England, Quaker and Roman Catholic marriages in Hampshire (excluding the Isle of Wight) for the period 1813 to 1837.

If you have HCD007 already, or are about to order it – you DO NOT need to order this CD as well because HCD007 contains this data.

Background Historical Information

On 25th March 1754, Hardwicke’s Marriage Act, came into being. The Act stated that a marriage could be solemnised only in a parish church after the publication of banns, or by a licence issued by the Bishop of the diocese. Banns books and marriage registers were required to be kept separate from books containing baptisms and burials. Parties under the age of 21 (minors) required the consent of parents or guardians to marry. Roman Catholics and other non-conformists (but not those of the Jewish faith or Quakers) had to marry in an Anglican church as well as their own church, to ensure the marriage was legal.


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