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Re: How to tell if a Manchester marriage was 'registrar attended'
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 19 October 14 16:48 BST (UK) »
Hi
You might like to look at this web page to see if any of your Cullen's are there

http://gayandmike.co.uk/cullenpages.htm

The lady who did the research is from the Tameside Family History Society.

Heather

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Re: How to tell if a Manchester marriage was 'registrar attended'
« Reply #10 on: Monday 20 October 14 15:57 BST (UK) »
Thanks Heather,
It's still early days with this particular branch - 2nd wife of my great grandfather  ::) Found a note of a family story from years ago which has let me trace her line back another generation. Still exploring possibilities. Sat and grinned for five minutes when I found her parents'  marriage which tells me these Cullens were from  'Co. Clare, Ireland'.
Took me thirty years to find which county some of the others were from.
Oh, the joys of Irish reasearch !  ;D
Joan
Liverpool - Ireland 
 Skerries, County Dublin - Thorn(ton),  Wicklow -  Traynor
Baltray, Co. Louth, McGuirk and  Co. Mayo -  Phillips
Isle of Man - Harrison -  Andreas and Morrison - Maughold, 
Durham, Hetton and East Rainton area  - Brown and Kennedy
Northumberland - Clough, Longbenton