During his lifetime the antiquarian Frederick Arthur Crisp built up a collection of over 20,000 original marriage licences that he obtained directly or indirectly from the parish clerks of various London churches. These were bound into 221 volumes and abstracts made of all their genealogical content.
On his death the original licences were dispersed, but some 38 volumes are now held at the Society of Genealogists and indexed here (together with images from the original volumes)
Volume 141 (Bride)
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