New Arrivals    Books    Archival Products   Charts   Newsletters   Upcoming Events   Contact Us  

Popular Categories

   Australia & New Zealand
   British Home Children
   Canada
      - Acadie, Acadian
      - New Brunswick
      - Newfoundland & Lab.
      - Nova Scotia
      - Ontario
      - Prince Edward Island
      - Quebec
      - Western Canada
      - First Nations, Metis
      - Military - Before 1920
      - Loyalists / UEL
      - Pioneers' Stories
      - Genealogy How-To
   England & Wales
   Ireland & Northern Ireland
   Scotland
   United States
      - American Revolution
   more countries...
   Genealogy How-To

   Archival & Acid-Free
   Conservation How-To

   Charts, Forms
   Magnifiers
   Gift Certificates


Popular Authors

   Thomas MacEntee
   Paul Milner
   Chris Paton
   Ron W. Shaw
   Gavin K. Watt


Popular Publishers

   Global Heritage Press
   Institute of Jesuit Studies
   MacDonald Research
   OGS - Ottawa Branch
   Unlock The Past





Search by topic, title, author or word:


District Marriage Registers and District Vital Records
    Upper Canada / Canada West (Ontario)    
1786-1870


What Are The District Marriage/Vital Records & Why Are They Important?
More District Marriage/Vital Record Books
More Ontario Resources | More Canadian Resources


BOOK - Vol 4: London District Marriage Register 1795-1852
By Dan Walker & Fawne Stratford-Devai
Published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2000 (cd version 2013)
    Part 1: London District Marriage Register 1795-1841. Click here to view the Index
    239 Pages
    ISBN-10: 1-894571-06-1
    ISBN-13: 978-1-894571-06-7
      Soft cover... 34.95 (C$)
      Book on CD... 19.95 (C$)
      PC & Mac - PDF format
      pdf download.....14.95 (C$)
      Link emailed within 1 business day
      Licensed for personal use only
    Part 2: London District Marriage Register 1842-1852. Click here to view the Index
    229 Pages
    ISBN-10: 1-894571-08-8
    ISBN-13: 978-1-894571-08-1
      Soft cover... 34.95 (C$)
      Book on CD... 19.95 (C$)
      PC & Mac - PDF format
      pdf download.....14.95 (C$)
      Link emailed within 1 business day
      Licensed for personal use only

coil-bound Edition
8.5" X 11"




Book-on-CD Edition

Includes all or part of the following contemporary counties: Norfolk, Perth, Oxford, Middlesex, Huron, Haldimand.

Townships part of the London District included: Adelaide, Aldborough, Bayham, Carrodoc, Delaware, Dorchester North, Dorchester South, Dunwich, Ekfrid, Lobo, London, Malahide, Metcalfe, Mosa, Nissouri West, Southwold, Westminster, Williams (although included as part of the Huron District after 1841) and Yarmouth as well as those townships that became part of the Talbot District after 1837 (Charlotteville, Houghton, Middleton, Rainham, Townsend, Walpole, Walsingham, Windham and Woodhouse); and townships that became part of the Brock District after 1839 (Blandford, Blenheim, Burford, Dereham, Nissouri East, Norwich South, Norwich North, Oakland, Oxford East, Oxford North, Oxford West, Zorra East and Zorra West); and those townships which became part of the Huron District in 1841 (Ashfield, Biddulph, Colborne, Goderich, Hay, Hullet, McGillivrary, McKillop, Stanley, Stephen, Tuckersmith, Usborne, and Wawanosh (all part of Huron County), Blanshard, Downie, Easthope North, Easthope South, Ellice, Fullerton, Gore of Downie, Hibbert and Logan (all part of Perth County). The London District was proclaimed in January 1800 and marriage returns for the counties of Norfolk, Perth, Oxford, Middlesex, Huron, Haldimand (Walpole and Rainham Townships), had to be returned to the Clerk of the Peace in the District town of Charlotteville. The District town was initially Charlotteville in the township of the same name but in 1815 the district town was moved to Tisdale’s Mills which was renamed Victoria in 1818 finally in 1826 the district town became London in the county of Middlesex after the court house and jail burnt down in Vittoria.

In 1837 the Talbot District was proclaimed and townships in the County of Norfolk were separated from the London District. For marriages in the Talbot District refer to Volume 1, Talbot District Marriage Register 1837-1857. In 1839 the District of Brock was proclaimed and a separate marriage register for the county of Oxford began

For marriages in the Brock District (Oxford County) refer to, Brock District Marriage Register, 1839-1857. In 1841 the Huron District was proclaimed and townships in Perth and Huron County were separated from the London District. For marriages in the Huron District (Perth, Huron and Bruce Counties) refer to the Huron District Marriage Register 1841-1870. In 1842 the Registry Office for Middlesex County was moved from Dunwich Township in Elgin County to the London. On May 30th 1849 the London District was abolished, but the clerk of the Counties of Elgin and Middlesex continued to register marriages in this volume, until 1852. For marriages after 1852 it is necessary to consult the District Marriage Registers for Elgin and Middlesex 1853 - 1857 which are expected to be transcribed at a later date.

Townships part of the London District included: Adelaide, Aldborough, Bayham, Carrodoc, Delaware, Dorchester North, Dorchester South, Dunwich, Ekfrid, Lobo, London, Malahide, Metcalfe, Mosa, Nissouri West, Southwold, Westminster, Williams (although included as part of the Huron District after 1841) and Yarmouth as well as those townships that became part of the Talbot District after 1837 (Charlotteville, Houghton, Middleton, Rainham, Townsend, Walpole, Walsingham, Windham and Woodhouse); and townships that became part of the Brock District after 1839 (Blandford, Blenheim, Burford, Dereham, Nissouri East, Norwich South, Norwich North, Oakland, Oxford East, Oxford North, Oxford West, Zorra East and Zorra West); and those townships which became part of the Huron District in 1841 (Ashfield, Biddulph, Colborne, Goderich, Hay, Hullet, McGillivrary, McKillop, Stanley, Stephen, Tuckersmith, Usborne, and Wawanosh (all part of Huron County), Blanshard, Downie, Easthope North, Easthope South, Ellice, Fullerton, Gore of Downie, Hibbert and Logan (all part of Perth County).

8.5" X 11" (coil-bound edition)
Maps
Index
Originally self-published by compiler, Toronto, 1995
This revised and updated edition with new maps and introduction published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2000 (cd version 2013)




About Dan Walker
Dan Walker has spent much of his adult life transcribing genealogical and historical information for publication. His primary focus has been on pre-confederation Ontario vital records. Dan is well known and respected for his meticulious attention to detail, and for the accuracy of his transcription work. About Fawne Stratford-Devai
Fawne Stratford-Devai's work on Land Records and early Ontario records is well known in the genealogy community. A published author of several Canadian and UK research books, she has also contributed articles to the Ontario Genealogical Society's newsletter "Families" as well as writing for the online family history newsletter the "Global Gazette". Biography



More Canadian Genealogy & History Resources from Global Genealogy:

© GlobalGenealogy.com Inc. 1992-2017
Sign up for our free newsletter!   |   Unsubscribe from our newsletter
















History & Master Roll
Jessup's Loyal Rangers

Loyalists - American Revolution