Clandestine marriages

Baptisms and marriages conducted in London between 1667 and 1774 at the Fleet Prison, the May Fair Chapel, the Mint or the King’s Bench Prison are generally referred to as ‘clandestine’.

Several such marriages are included in the records at Marriages – England and Wales with the parish indicated as London – ‘clandestine marriages’. Please use the Contact Us page to comment on these records.