Below are various resources and databases available for Wharton entries.
A list of the UK probate entries are in a seperate index.


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Birth Registration Indexes

Civil registration of births, marriages and deaths in England and Wales started on 1 July 1837. Before the government's registration system was created, evidence of births and/or baptisms (and also marriages and death or burials) was dependent on the events being recorded in the records of the Church of England or in those of other various churches.

The databases contain births in Bedfordshire registered between 1837 and December 1919. For the privacy of anyone that might be living any later records are not published. If you wish to view any later dates visit https://www.gro.gov.uk/ or contact me and I can send you the relevant database in it's entirety. Full birth certificates can be ordered for a cost of £9.25 direct from their website using the below birth details. Usually when a mothers maiden name is not entered this usually means that the mother was not married so her surname would be 'Wharton'

Each district covers different villages, for a full list and explanation of how they are divided see https://www.ukbmd.org.uk/reg/bdf.html.

     




Birth Index & Baptisms

The majority of the baptisms have been downloaded from the LDS FamilySearch Christening Index. Each entry is labelled with the source.

The GRO database containing births in Berkshire are ones registered between 1837 and December 1919. For the privacy of anyone that might be living any later records are not published. Full birth certificates can be ordered for a cost of £9.25 direct from their website using details of the details found in the database such as Year, Quarter, Voume and Page.

     




Baptisms

The majority of these baptisms have been downloaded from the LDS FamilySearch Christening Index.
However there are also some taken from https://www.freereg.org.uk. Each entry is labelled with the source.

     

Birth Registration Indexes

Civil registration of births, marriages and deaths in England and Wales started on 1 July 1837. Before the government's registration system was created, evidence of births and/or baptisms (and also marriages and death or burials) was dependent on the events being recorded in the records of the Church of England or in those of other various churches.

The databases contain births in Cumberland registered between 1837 and December 1919. For the privacy of anyone that might be living any later records are not published. If you wish to view any later dates visit https://www.gro.gov.uk/ or contact me and I can send you the relevant database in it's entirety. Full birth certificates can be ordered for a cost of £9.25 direct from their website using the below birth details. Usually when a mothers maiden name is not entered this usually means that the mother was not married so her surname would be 'Wharton'

Each district covers different villages, for a full list and explanation of how they are divided see https://www.ukbmd.org.uk/reg/cul.html.

     




Baptisms

The majority of the baptisms have been downloaded from the LDS FamilySearch Christening Index.
However there are also some taken from https://www.freereg.org.ukand Norfolk Baptism Project. Each entry is labelled with the source.

   
   
   
   
     

Birth Registration Indexes

Civil registration of births, marriages and deaths in England and Wales started on 1 July 1837. Before the government's registration system was created, evidence of births and/or baptisms (and also marriages and death or burials) was dependent on the events being recorded in the records of the Church of England or in those of other various churches.

The databases contain births in Norfolk registered between 1837 and December 1919. For the privacy of anyone that might be living any later records are not published. If you wish to view any later dates visit https://www.gro.gov.uk/ or contact me and I can send you the relevant database in it's entirety. Full birth certificates can be ordered for a cost of £9.25 direct from their website using the below birth details. Usually when a mothers maiden name is not entered this usually means that the mother was not married so her surname would be 'Wharton'

Each district covers different villages, for a full list and explanation of how they are divided see https://www.ukbmd.org.uk/reg/nfk.html.

     



     

Birth Registration Indexes

Civil registration of births, marriages and deaths in England and Wales started on 1 July 1837. Before the government's registration system was created, evidence of births and/or baptisms (and also marriages and death or burials) was dependent on the events being recorded in the records of the Church of England or in those of other various churches.

The databases contain births in Suffolk registered between 1837 and December 1919. For the privacy of anyone that might be living any later records are not published. If you wish to view any later dates visit https://www.gro.gov.uk/ or contact me and I can send you the relevant database in it's entirety. Full birth certificates can be ordered for a cost of £9.25 direct from their website using the below birth details. Usually when a mothers maiden name is not entered this usually means that the mother was not married so her surname would be 'Wharton'

Each district covers different villages, for a full list and explanation of how they are divided see https://www.ukbmd.org.uk/reg/sfk.html.

     




Baptisms

The majority of these baptisms have been downloaded from the LDS FamilySearch Christening Index.
However there are also some taken from https://www.freereg.org.uk. Each entry is labelled with the source.





     

Birth Registration Indexes

Civil registration of births, marriages and deaths in England and Wales started on 1 July 1837. Before the government's registration system was created, evidence of births and/or baptisms (and also marriages and death or burials) was dependent on the events being recorded in the records of the Church of England or in those of other various churches.

The databases contain births in Westmorland registered between 1837 and December 1919. For the privacy of anyone that might be living any later records are not published. If you wish to view any later dates visit https://www.gro.gov.uk/ or contact me and I can send you the relevant database in it's entirety. Full birth certificates can be ordered for a cost of £9.25 direct from their website using the below birth details. Usually when a mothers maiden name is not entered this usually means that the mother was not married so her surname would be 'Wharton'

Each district covers different villages, for a full list and explanation of how they are divided see https://www.ukbmd.org.uk/reg/wes.html.


Burials

A mixture of Burials from either LDS FamilySearch, https://www.freereg.org.uk or Find My Past. Each entry is labelled with the source.