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Offline PaulJC

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Re: Help with Double Marriage?
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 09 December 18 12:16 GMT (UK) »
I dont actually have the Cordock marriage certificate. This information came from the family so I took it as correct as the notes I have mention a Robert Oswald Andrews.
This wouldnt be the first time that information passed down through a few generations turned out to be wrong.
I lived in Ardwick, Manchester in the early 1960s as a small child and much travelling of the world has now led me to want to know more about my roots. Carter, Beckwith, Connolly, Heron and Kelly are all names that form part of my family tree.

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Re: Help with Double Marriage?
« Reply #10 on: Sunday 09 December 18 12:23 GMT (UK) »
Possible
Sep 1893 Durham 10a 427
Andrews, Jane Elizabeth     
mother Baxter

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Re: Help with Double Marriage?
« Reply #11 on: Sunday 09 December 18 12:28 GMT (UK) »
Birth in June qtr 1923, Chorlton, Ivor L Cordock, mmn Andrews
Death, May 1998, Manchester, Ivor Luther Cordock, d-o-b 22 April 1923

The father of the 1893 Jane Elizabeth from Durham could have been Alfred Luther Andrews.