954 marriages at Alnwick St. Michael on the east coast of Northumberland, covering 1813 to the end of 1840. The marriages from mid-1837 to through 1840 are full-detail civil-registration-era marriages.
Abodes mentioned besides Alnwick include the nearby parishes or chapelries of Bamburgh, the confusingly similar Edlingham, Eglingham, and Ellingham, Embleton, Felton, Howick, Lesbury, Longhoughton, Morpeth, Newcastle, Rennington, Shilbottle, Ulgham, Warkworth, Whittingham, and Woodhorn.
- 3 Jan 1815 George Atkin (clerk, widower, of the parish of Morpeth) married Frances Coates Patterson (widow, of this parish), by licence
Witnesses: Elizabeth F. Annet; Joseph Rate; Ralph Annet
- 16 Jul 1826 James Tully (widower, of this parish) married Sarah Stanley (spinster, of this parish), by banns
Witnesses: Eleanor Brown Stanley; John Stanley
- 16 Jul 1838 William Laidlaw (widower, fell-monger, age 54, of Alnwick, son of William Laidlaw, husbandman) married Sarah Young (widow, age 43, of Alnwick, daughter of George Pringle, shepherd), by banns
Witnesses: Wm. Jameson; Margaret Richardson