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Marriage East Stonehouse 1836
« on: Friday 08 May 20 17:31 BST (UK) »
Hello there

A James Elliott married a Mary Collard on 6 March 1836 at East Stonehouse - I have this from Devon Marriages on FindMyPast.

Could anyone with access to the register please let me know if Mary was a widow when she married? She's be about 40 at the time.

Many thanks in advance

DU: Jones, Miller, Laverick, Orwin, Burn, Finlay, Robson, Robinson, Jobling, Fenwick, Spoor, Saunders, Billingsley, Bainbridge, Chilton
NB: Pickard, Gilchrist, Curry, Heron, Thompson, Bell, Henderson, Aynsley, Crumbie
CU: Bell, Armstrong, Parker
SY: Saunders, Bartlett, Ellis
Buckinghamshire: Saunders
N Yorks: Miller (Swaledale), Raw
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Re: Marriage East Stonehouse 1836
« Reply #1 on: Friday 08 May 20 20:24 BST (UK) »
Both were widowed. Mary's surname is written (and transcribed on FindMyPast) as Callard. You can access the image of the bishop's transcript here ...

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9Q5-36JL?i=16&cc=2515875

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Re: Marriage East Stonehouse 1836
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 09 May 20 18:09 BST (UK) »
Many thanks indeed - I'll remember about that data source for future reference!
DU: Jones, Miller, Laverick, Orwin, Burn, Finlay, Robson, Robinson, Jobling, Fenwick, Spoor, Saunders, Billingsley, Bainbridge, Chilton
NB: Pickard, Gilchrist, Curry, Heron, Thompson, Bell, Henderson, Aynsley, Crumbie
CU: Bell, Armstrong, Parker
SY: Saunders, Bartlett, Ellis
Buckinghamshire: Saunders
N Yorks: Miller (Swaledale), Raw
ALL CENSUS INFORMATION CONTAINED IN POSTINGS IS CROWN COPYRIGHT FROM www.nationalarchives.gov.uk