Did your ancestors get married in Northumberland? Reveal your English heritage by exploring thousands of marriage records from Northumberland. The collection comprises records from Northumberland Record Office, College of Arms, and Durham University Library. Other records were created in partnership with the Northumberland & Durham Family History Society.
Every result will give you a transcript, a typed document with all the vital details from the original marriage records. Some results may include an image. The information found in the transcripts can vary, but many will include:
County and country
Spouse’s birth year
Spouse’s father’s name
By banns or license
Source year range
Images were created by Family Search from bishop’s records held by the Durham University Library. You will also find images provided by the College of Arms, the heraldic authority of England and Wales.
You might find more detail about your ancestor’s wedding day with the images.
The records found in this collection have multiple sources. Together they create an excellent collection of marriage records from Northumberland, a historic English county in North East England. The sources include parish registers transcribed by the Northumberland & Durham Family History Society from records held at the Northumberland Record Office. You will also find bishop’s transcripts images by Family Search and transcribed by Findmypast. As well as, copies of parish registers created by the College of Arms. You will find a complete list of all the parishes represented in this collection in the Useful links and resources.