Images of Shropshire's parish registers are available online at findmypast.
A guide published in 1902 (available online) details records that survive parish-by-parish in Shropshire.
Internet Archive and Mel Lockie website (both free) include transcripts of many of Shropshire's parish registers.
36,339 Shropshire entries are included in England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906 at Ancestry (£). Formerly known as British Isles Vital Records Index - 2nd Ed. Coverage.
74% of Shropshire's parishes are indexed in Joiner's Marriage Index (£). Coverage.
55% of Shropshire's parishes are indexed in Boyd's Marriage Index (£). Coverage. Popular places to marry included the towns of Ludlow, Oswestry, and the Church of St Chad in Shrewsbury.
10,566 Shropshire entries are included in England & Wales Marriages, 1538-1940 at Ancestry (£). Formerly known as British Isles Vital Records Index - 2nd Ed. Coverage.
Shropshire Parish Chest records available at the Family History Library (FHL)
See Wiki articles on Parish Chest records or English Poor Law pre-1834 for more information on what they are and what type of valuable information they contain.
These microfilms can be ordered through FamilySearch and delivered to a FamilySearch Center near your home.
Additional Parish Chest records at the FHL
Shropshire Nonconformist Chapels
- Shropshire Parish Registers: Nonconformist and Roman Catholic Registers. 1922. Digitised by Internet Archive - free.
- Part 1: Shrewsbury, High Street Church, 1692-1812; Shrewsbury, Swan Hill Chapel, 1767-1812; Whitchurch, Dodington, 1708-1812; Wem, Presbyterian, 1755-1812; Bridgnorth, Stoneway, 1765-1812; Oswestry, Old Chapel, 1780-1812; Oldbury, Old Dissenting Chapel, 1715-1812; Ellesmere, Independent, 1787-1812; Shrewsbury, Claremont Baptist, 1766-1812; Shrewsbury, Society of Friends, 1657-1812.