in the Parish of Hesketh with Becconsall
Hesketh with Becconsall was originally part of the parish of Croston with a chapel at Becconsall known as Becconsall Chapel. By act of parliament in 1821, Hesketh with Becconsall became a parish in its own right, the church being dedicated to All Saints.
Since new registers were not started at this time, all registers that continue through this date are marked as being All Saints.
The first three marriages in the Register for 1822 to 1837 are also recorded in the single page of what appears to be another register. These are reproduced here only once in the Register 1822 to 1837 as it contains more detail, though for two on that other page, dates of banns are given which are included in the records displayed from this register.
The Register for 1822 to 1837 actually runs to 1842 with entries which duplicate the first set of entries in the register for 1837 to 1900. These marriages are displayed here only once in the register for 1837 to 1900 since the format of the post 1837 registers contains far more detail.
All entries that are duplicated are identified in the Notes for that entry.
The Register for Marriages at All Saints 1822 - 1837 with Surname Index
The Register for Marriages at All Saints 1837 - 1900 with Surname Index
There are 308 Marriage Records extracted for this Parish
A combined index for all the above registers may be accessed through the links below.
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