Explore hundreds of volumes of Kent parish registers. Findmypast’s browse search allows you to search each parish register from beginning to end.
The information available in these registers varies depending on the register type you are exploring and the date of the register. Generally, you can discover all or some of the following details:
Notes (on marital status, parents’ names, if foundling)
Kent is a county in the southeast of England. It borders London, Essex, Surrey, and Sussex, and nominally France, midway through the Channel Tunnel. Maidstone is the county town of Kent. Parish records are a fabulous resource for those family historians who have hit the pre-registration, 1837, wall. By discovering parish records, you can extend you family tree back another generation or two.
These records constitute a valuable resource for researching ancestry in Kent and have been provided in association with Kent County Council.
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If you wish to search transcripts of these records, which will allow you to search by names, follow the links in the Useful links and resources section.