Post by Cornish Terrier on Jun 29, 2013 2:47:15 GMT -5
Hi Barbara - I am afraid you are out of luck by about 75 years.
In 1753 a new Marriage Act (known as the Hardwicke Act) was introduced - "An Act for the Better Preventing of Clandestine Marriage". With this Act came the first Official Printed Register for Marriages which introduced provision for things such as the signiatures of Witnesses. Names of parents or other relatives were not provided for although, as before, occasionally might be included. The new Registers came into use in 1754.
The entry you are enquiring about mere gives the names of bride and groom and the date of marriage. You can view the image on FamilySearch via this link:-