Did your ancestor get married on the island of Jersey? Explore thousands of records created from the Church of England marriage registers. A marriage register can reveal your ancestor’s marriage date and place and will give you the name of your ancestor’s spouse. The records pertain to an index created by Jerripedia.
With each result you will be provided with a transcript. The transcripts were created from an index found on Jerripedia, a website sharing knowledge about Jersey’s people and heritage. The index was put together from Church of England registers from Jersey. The details found in each transcript can vary, but most will include the following:
Spouse’s birth year
The official name of Jersey is the Bailiwick of Jersey and is located near Normandy, France, in the English Channel. Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands at five miles long and nine miles wide. The islands are British Crown dependencies and are not part of the United Kingdom. On the island of Jersey, the main language is English and the currency is the British pound.