which consists of the villages of Crich, Fritchley and Whatstandwell

Baptisms, Marriages & Burials


There are well over 2,000 names in the "H" records so they have been divided up as follows





Please note alternate spellings, such as Hill and Hyll.

In the "Abode" column Ashover and Duffield may well be the Parish rather than the town. Dethick, Lea and Holloway were in the Ashover Parish; Heage, Belper, Sawmills and parts of Bullbridge were once in the Duffield Parish. Note that Washington and Wessington are one and the same.

As always beware! – these records are based on transcriptions and open to errors. Although care and cross-checking has taken place gremlins still can appear. Please advise us of any errors you happen to find so that they may be corrected. Also the records are being added to over time.

The entries in the tables are not exclusively taken from the Parish Records. Information from Monumental Inscriptions (courtesy the late Val Jones), Sue Brown's Derbyshire Marriage Index (courtesy Sue Brown), family history notes, the General Records Office and other sources have been included where helpful.

Note that the burial records on this site will include more records and further information; also Sue Brown's marriage records on this site will include "out of parish" marriages.

The records covering the years 1813 to 1825 were originally transcribed by Alan Flint who has given permission for their use. They have been reformatted with a few 'tweaks'.

An inexpensive CD of Crich Parish Church transcripts is available from Val Neal – it covers baptisms, marriages and burials between 1565 and 1900.
To see the full list of available CDs click on the link: Val Neal Family History CDs
To contact Val: email Val Neal

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