The Joiner Marriage Index

Search for marriage records in England before 1837

Search East Riding of Yorkshire for Marriage Records with the surname Huttson

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You may search purely for a Surname which looks for all instances of that name in both the male and female side. Alternatively you may search for a Full Name, which allows any combination of forename and surname.

Two wildcard characters may prove helpful where there is some doubt in the detail of a name. %, a multiple character wildcard, can be added anywhere, and is added by default to forenames allowing just an initial to be entered. _, a single character wildcard, is also useful where % allows too much variation. The Soundex or Metaphone algorithms can also be selected to be applied to the surname to search for further alternatives.

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