Each record provides you will a transcript of the vital details found in the marriage record. Depending on the age of the record, the amount of information can vary, but most will include the following:
County and country
The transcripts for Buckinghamshire marriages were created by Chris Daniell. The records include marriages from 26 parishes between 1538 and 1838. All the parishes are listed below with the year ranges available. The year ranges are not exclusive. You may come across some missing or gap years.
Buckinghamshire borders Greater London and is one of the Home Counties. The Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Beauty, run across the middle of the county. In the Domesday Book, Buckingham was the only town to be separately assessed. It was the county town until it changed to Aylesbury in the early 18th century. The largest town in Buckinghamshire is Milton Keyes.
Aston Clinton 1560-1812
Chalfont St Giles 1584-1812
Chalfont St Peter 1538-1812
High Wycombe 1600-1812
Stoke Poges 1563-1812