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Title: Look-up request please? Marriage John Thomas Grubb/Grabb 1831
Post by: emjsw on Wednesday 24 March 21 12:18 GMT (UK)
Hello,

Please can someone help?
I am trying to find out who the witnesses were to the marriage I found below from FindMyPast's Greater London Marriage Index which were transcribed by West Middlesex Family History Society, I have no idea which Parish Register might be relevant.

07 Feb 1831 John Thomas Grabb (also Grubb from other records) and Elizabeth Hutt Kensington.

Many thanks Emma
Title: Re: Look-up request please? Marriage John Thomas Grubb/Grabb 1831
Post by: carol8353 on Wednesday 24 March 21 15:39 GMT (UK)
The marriage took place in Kensington(that was not her surname!)

Her name was Elizabeth Hutt.

There is no image,just a transcription,so no further info is available.

Hopefully someone will be along that has access to the images.
Title: Re: Look-up request please? Marriage John Thomas Grubb/Grabb 1831
Post by: emjsw on Wednesday 24 March 21 15:46 GMT (UK)
The marriage took place in Kensington(that was not her surname!)

Her name was Elizabeth Hutt.

There is no image,just a transcription,so no further info is available.

Hopefully someone will be along that has access to the images.

Dear Carol8353,

Thank you very much for getting back to me, that's great.
 I am trying to prove a link to Kidlington Hutts so am hoping the witnesses might shed some light on it!
Thanks for your help.

Best wishes
Emma
Title: Re: Look-up request please? Marriage John Thomas Grubb/Grabb 1831
Post by: carol8353 on Wednesday 24 March 21 16:06 GMT (UK)
I wonder if an email to http://www.west-middlesex-fhs.org.uk/  would be fruitful?
Title: Re: Look-up request please? Marriage John Thomas Grubb/Grabb 1831
Post by: emjsw on Wednesday 24 March 21 16:31 GMT (UK)
I wonder if an email to http://www.west-middlesex-fhs.org.uk/  would be fruitful?

Thank you very much for your help.