New Family History Records on Ancestry!
The monthly newsletter for Ancestry.com.au arrived yesterday, and there were plenty of goodies.
The Crisp’s Marriage License Index is now fully searchable on the site…containing the marriages from over a dozen parishes in London from the early 18th century to the late 19th. A boon to any family history researcher!
These records can give the birth places of a couple, which comes in handy at this time as the Industrial Revolution forced many people to leave rural areas and enter the urban arena so you often have to confirm a couple’s birth locations to see if they are your ancestors.
Now I’m off to continue my family history research and find my 4th Great Grandfather’s marriage and finally discover where he was born! I hope these records help you, I’m sure I’ll return to them often in doing my family history research both for myself and others.
The Head Researcher