Ancestry.com has added Registers of Clandestine Marriages and of Baptisms in the Fleet Prison, King’s Bench Prison, the Mint and the May Fair Chapel, which includes details on:
- Rules of Marriages
- Who performed Clandestine Marriages
- What you may find in the records
- What You May Find in the Records
The contents and format of the registers may vary slightly, but they will typically include the following details:
- “Full names of the couple (in some cases a maiden name may be absent)
- Marital status
- Residences (generally parishes)
- Occupation of the groom
- Minister’s name or initials”
The collection also contains about 2,800 records of clandestine baptisms.
To find more details on these records, click on Ancestry.com.