Did your ancestor’s get married in Buckinghamshire? Explore more than 49,000 records across three centuries from 26 parishes.

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.

Amersham 1561-1812High Wycombe 1600-1812
Aston Clinton 1560-1812Hormead 1575-1813
Bradenham 1627-1810Instone 1665-1812
Chalfont St Giles 1584-1812Iver 1605-1812
Chalfont St Peter 1538-1812Ivinghoe 1559-1812
Cheddington 1552-1812Masworth 1591-1812
Chenies 1593-1836Mentmore 1575-1812
Chesham 1637-1838Pitstone 1576-1812
Cholesbury 1576-1810Slapton 1653-1812
Edlesborough 1568-1812Soulbury 1575-1812
Fingest 1607-1812Stoke Poges 1563-1812
Hawridge 1600-1812Turville 1582-1812
Hedgerley 1540-1811Wendover 1576-1812