Author Topic: John CAWLEY and Jane ROBBERTS marriage 1819 Brighton  (Read 337 times)

Offline Flemming

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John CAWLEY and Jane ROBBERTS marriage 1819 Brighton
« on: Sunday 14 January 18 14:10 GMT (UK) »
Hi there, looking for possible info on the marriage record for John CAWLEY and Jane ROBBERTS on 5.3.1819 at St Nicholas, Brighton. John may have been a soldier, and both of them may not have been native to the area. Many thanks in advance for any information received.

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Re: John CAWLEY and Jane ROBBERTS marriage 1819 Brighton
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 14 January 18 17:15 GMT (UK) »
The Sussex Marriage Index has a bit more info:

John was a bachelor, Jane was a spinster and both were of the parish.
Anderson Banks Beard Brewer Caves Clarke Clinch Cooling Cuff Denton Gamble Gibson Gunn Hunt Mills Muncey Norris Notzke Reid Robinson Searle Smith Trundle Turner Weedon Wells Wilson

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Re: John CAWLEY and Jane ROBBERTS marriage 1819 Brighton
« Reply #2 on: Sunday 14 January 18 17:25 GMT (UK) »
Hello Cuffie, thanks for that and coming back so quickly. At least we know it wasn't a remarriage. And he's the only John CAWLEY in Brighton around that time so, perhaps, he was at the army camp there which might (possibly) make him 'of the parish'. Many thanks again.