As you will quickly note I have put some of the sorts in order by the brides, something I haven't seen on any other website - and something I hope will catch on as tracking women is
one of the most difficult parts of genealogy.
Use at your own risk and always check other sources to verify the information. And let me know if you find my poor efforts useful. (Note: the "edit/find" feature doesn't seem to work on these files so you're just going to have to page down to find whatever (whoever) it is that you're looking for.)
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(This is, essentially, the data I started with, although irregularities have been corrected.)
(Theoretically this approximates the Marriage Register.)
I would appreciate notification of any glaring errors you might find. For the most part I have retained the phonetic spelling that was used when these records were originally written down except where my own research has revealed a correctible usage or where there was a difference with what was recorded in the marriage register, in which case I compared them and chose the one which seemed to be more consistent with all of the records I could check. In many cases I have included both versions in the list so you can take your choice.