If your ancestors came from Oxfordshire, you can use these family history, genealogy and local history records to trace them.
Births, Marriages & Deaths
Oxfordshire Archdeacon’s Marriage Bonds
Gives the name of the bride and groom, their parish, and the name of a bondsman, who was often a relative. Once in a while it gave other information such as age of couple, or permission to be married from the parents for someone who was underage. The index was alphabetised by grooms names for each year.
There are over 20,000 marriage bonds in the index available to download in PDF format.
Oxfordshire Parish Records
Burials & Cemeteries
Criminals and Convicts
British Military Records
History of the Oxfordshire Regiment of Militia 1778-1900
Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry During WWII
Oxfordshire Roll of Honour
Photos and Postcards
Schools and Education
Societies and Groups
Oxfordshire Family History Society
Do you have ancestors in Oxfordshire? The Oxfordshire Family History Society has many resources for anyone researching genealogy in Oxfordshire. The online resources available include memorial inscriptions, will transcriptions and an Oxfordshire surname interests list.
The society also holds regular meetings and helpdesks. A membership option is available plus they have a research centre in Oxford.
Oxfordshire Surname Interest List
The Oxfordshire Surname Interest List is aimed at family historians and genealogists who are researching names in the English county of Oxfordshire.
You can search for names and get results about the timeframe, place and how to contact the researcher. You can also add your own surname interests.
Oxfordshire Surnames 1881