Transcription of marriages conducted at this Anglican parish church that served the densely populated area of Ellesmere in North East Sheffield. The parish was formed from St Thomas Brightside and the building paid for by Sir John Brown, owner of the Atlas Steel Works, who was worried that his workforce was drifting to the Methodists. The tall blackened spire of the neo-Gothic church could be seen from across the city until it was demolished in 1978.
Church of England Marriage Records
Transcriptions of marriages recorded in the marriage registers of a number of Church of England (Anglican) places of worship. The transcriptions are made directly from the marriage registers and record all the details included in the marriage register entry. Transcriptions of marriages in non-conformist places of worship are listed under Non-conformist chapel records.
Transcriptions of marriages conducted at this parish church in south Sheffield
Transcriptions of marriages conducted at this village parish church in the far north west of Sheffield.
Transcriptions of the marriage registers of this church that served a well populated working class district immediately to the northwest of the city centre.