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Michael Hunt & Margaret Hanvidge Marriage c1901/02
« on: Tuesday 10 September 19 06:56 BST (UK) »
Hi All
Really stumped on this one!  :'(
I canít seem to find any marriage for a Michael Hunt marrying Margaret Hanvidge either in Ireland or Liverpool around 1901/02.
There is the 1911 census which puts them both together and living in Liverpool with 3 children. Michael it states is aged 39 with Margaret aged 29 and both stated as born in Sligo, Ireland.
All the children they had including those after 1911 state Hanvidge as the motherís maiden name.
However I cannot find any marriage in England or Ireland around 1901/03 as it states on the census they have been married 9 years.
Iíve not found either of them on the 1901 census either in Ireland or England or anything concrete on a possible birth for Michael around 1871 that I can say for definite itís him although naturally there is some baptisms around this time but with nothing else to go off I canít confirm if said baptism is the Michael Hunt Iím after.
Any help would be great please
Thanks
Phil
Rayson - Bedworth pre 1850 and Manchester post 1850
Mills - Ireland pre 1850 and Manchester post 1850
Baxendale - Wigan pre 1850 and Manchester post 1850
Tallis - Bedworth pre and post 1850
England - Manchester pre and post 1850
Townsend - Halifax pre and post 1850

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Re: Michael Hunt & Margaret Hanvidge Marriage c1901/02
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 10 September 19 07:46 BST (UK) »
The marriage is on FreeBMD for 1906, June Qtr Liverpool   ;D

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Re: Michael Hunt & Margaret Hanvidge Marriage c1901/02
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 10 September 19 07:57 BST (UK) »
And Catholic marriage record::

MARRIAGE : 4 May 1906 at:
Our Lady of Reconciliation de La Salette, Liverpool
Roman Catholic, Married by priest Marcus BONNEY:
Michaelem HUNT of 34 Beau Street, son of Michaelis HUNT
Margaritam ANVIDGE of 34 Beau Street, daughter of Roberti ANVIDGE
Witness: Edwardo NOLAN of 20 St Martin's Cottages
Witness: Elizabetha COLLINS of 31 c, 1 h, Burlington Street

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AMBLY
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Re: Michael Hunt & Margaret Hanvidge Marriage c1901/02
« Reply #3 on: Tuesday 10 September 19 08:01 BST (UK) »
Schoolboy error there from me  ::)
I knew I should have extended the search! thanks Ambly
Iím blaming it on just using my phone and not my laptop as Iím on holiday  ;D
Rayson - Bedworth pre 1850 and Manchester post 1850
Mills - Ireland pre 1850 and Manchester post 1850
Baxendale - Wigan pre 1850 and Manchester post 1850
Tallis - Bedworth pre and post 1850
England - Manchester pre and post 1850
Townsend - Halifax pre and post 1850


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Re: Michael Hunt & Margaret Hanvidge Marriage c1901/02
« Reply #4 on: Tuesday 10 September 19 08:06 BST (UK) »
 8)  Happy holidays! Happy Hunting  ;D

Glad to have helped

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Census information Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

"Now that we're all here, I'm not sure if we're all there...."

 Entre los individuos, como entre las naciones, el respeto al derecho ajeno es la paz
 Among individuals, as among nations, respect for the rights of others is peace
    ~Benito Juarez (1806-1872)