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Offline JenB

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Re: need help deciphering from marriage certficate
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 01 May 19 10:31 BST (UK) »
If you can give the address and registration district of the marriage: -

The OP has stated that the addresses were in St Pancras, which was postal address London NW.

both address boxes have the same address (in district of st pancras, london)
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Re: need help deciphering from marriage certficate
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 01 May 19 11:43 BST (UK) »
Why blow it up so big as to make it illegible?

In defence of the OP (especially as you once asked me the same question) the image as posted is 254x108 pixels. I'not convinced that it was 'blown up'. Depending on the resolution of the screen they use it could well have looked fine on their screen when they took the screen shot and posted it.
For instance my screen (27inch) resolution is 5120 x 2880 so the image displays very clearly at its actual size.

Anyone who views it on a smaller screen with different resolution 'may' see it as enlarged.

Its impossible to know the screen size / resolution used by every person who may view the image,  so all anyone can do is their best given what they use.

It was kind of you to resize it, so that perhaps more people could get a better view, but do bear in mind that, for some, your version may be too small to be read clearly:-)

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