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Offline Granard19

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need help finding a marriage record
« on: Sunday 01 May 11 04:34 BST (UK) »
William Cathcart married Elizabeth Elisa McCrum
New Connex Methodist Church Montreal
I beleive the date was June 17  1856

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Re: need help finding a marriage record
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 01 May 11 14:59 BST (UK) »
Hi There,

I found your marriage on the date provided.  Elizabeth is listed as McConon.

Nancy
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Re: need help finding a marriage record
« Reply #2 on: Sunday 01 May 11 16:25 BST (UK) »
You have a number of postings for the same family requesting specific information.  There is an family tree online at ancestry that gives much of the information that you have.   Is this your tree or are you just trying to verify the information that they have posted?  If the latter it would be much easier if you posted what information you do have and then ask for confirmation or for details to be filled in.

The tree shows both William and Alexander dying in New Jersey and Thomas marrying Christina Jain Fourney in 1875, etc.

The tree does not list a death for Ann Galbraith - wife of Alexander Cathcart.  In the same church that Alexander was buried from (see one of your other posts) there is the burial record for Ann Galbraith Cathcart.   Death was Oct 3, 1875 at age 72.  Witnesses were Thomas and Christina Cathcart.

In the same church that parents were buried in Thomas Cathcart of Montreal  and Christianne Fourmieux/Fournaise of Chauteauguay were married May 11, 1875.  The name was longer than the Fourney indicated on the online tree but hard to read.

Debbie