The information is to help all who are looking for past relatives in the Crich area. Please let us know how we can help you. Drop a line to: email@example.com or ask a question on the CACN facebook page.
Also, there is our complementary Crich Parish Website full of family history records and genealogical detail. There are BMD, census records, wills, official lists, directories and much, much more.
Amazingly the 1811 and 1821 census data for Crich remains intact and is fairly detailed.
Sadly the 1831 census is just the summary and does not include names.
There is a link to the 1841 census transcribed on Alan Flint's Crich Parish website
The 1841 census link takes you to Alan Flint's Crich Parish Web site.
Celia Renshaw's transcription of the 'Tithes of Wool & Lamb' at Crich, Fritchley, Tansley, Wessington, Wheatcroft & Wakebridge for the years 1793 & 1794.
Men from the Parish of Crich who served in WW1 and WW2.
Names on the Church War Memorials and Roll of Honour.
Brief biographies of some of the men of Crich Parish who served, and in some cases died, for their country.
This page has information about local registration districts and parish records offices.
This page has very useful information about a free resource to help you to search for early birth marriage and death details.
On this page you will find a list of useful links to help you with your family history research.