MARRIAGE WITNESS INDEX
with other researchers by
using the details of the
third or fourth person
at a wedding.
|Please Note: As far as I can determine, these files have not been updated in several years. Therefore, many of the addresses could very well be out of date. They do still have references that could prove a useful resource.|
This section is dedicated to Ted Wildy, a genealogist from Auckland, New Zealand, who was well-known and highly respected throughout the genealogical community. Unfortunately, Ted passed away in the Spring of 1997 and this was a sad loss to all of us. Ted started the UK Marriage Witness Index for genealogists around the World and expended copious amounts of time helping others. An example for everyone.
THE KENT SECTION OF THE INDEX
Firstly I have included two pages which come with the zipped copy of the Index for each County and were originally written by Ted Wildy. I have made a small amendment to the second page to assist people with instructions for the Internet.
About the Kent index.
Because of the size of these files which cover the whole of Kent, I am only including the section for this County here. Normally this is one large file but I have split it into four sections in ordinary text format for ease of management. Because these are text files you will have to use the BACK button on your browser to return from the Index pages to this page. Although this is the latest copy of the index as at July, 1997 I cannot guarantee that I can always be up to date with subsequent revisions. These are the sections that are included on this site which are indexed alphabetically by the surname of the Bridegroom:
KENT E - K
KENT L - R
KENT S - Z
These files can be search for names in the same way as the rest of the site by using the search engine I have provided
If you want to download the entire "ZIPPED" file or find the file for another County, they are available from:
After downloading any files use your BACK button
to return to this page.
(This is an FTP site and the files for the Index appear as ukwit???.zip with the "???" being the three letter code for the particular County. For example, the file for Kent is ukwitken.zip. You will need a program such as PKZip or Winzip to be able to unpack these files).