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Marriage Clarke Macclesfield 1913.
« on: Wednesday 15 July 20 12:37 BST (UK) »
Marriage for Harold Clarke born 12 march 1890. Macclesfield Cheshire his farther Charles Henry Clarke. There's marriage trinity wesylyn Macclesfield. But only says farther only Charles so not sure Harold's threats a few thanks

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Re: Marriage Clarke Macclesfield 1913.
« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 15 July 20 13:06 BST (UK) »
Have you seen the Harold Clarke/Sarah A Turner marriage recorded  Dec Q 1913, Macclefield? ( Free BMD).
In 1939, Harold Clarke, b 1890, was living at 10 Shaw Street, Macclesfield, apparently on his own.( Find my past 1939 Index)
A Sarah A Clarke, age 43, died Macclesfield  Sep Q 1935.

All conjecture, but does any of it match with what you already know?

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Re: Marriage Clarke Macclesfield 1913.
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 15 July 20 13:23 BST (UK) »
Are you querying the 1913 marriage because Harold's father is only named as Charles and not Charles Henry?  It may very well be that Harold was not aware that his father had a second forename.
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Re: Marriage Clarke Macclesfield 1913.
« Reply #3 on: Wednesday 15 July 20 18:05 BST (UK) »
Do you know for certain that Harold married Sarah Turner in 1913?

Do you know for certain that his father was Charles?

If yes to both - As long as the marriage cert shows at least the main christian name of his father why do you think there is any problem?

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Re: Marriage Clarke Macclesfield 1913.
« Reply #4 on: Wednesday 15 July 20 23:08 BST (UK) »
What were the father's occupations on the 2 certificates?

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Re: Marriage Clarke Macclesfield 1913.
« Reply #5 on: Thursday 16 July 20 04:08 BST (UK) »
I agree that the lack of a father's middle name on a marriage cert is not enough to discount it, though the marriage cert will give Harold's age and occupation, his Dad's occupation and witnesses names  may help to confirm it.

Deaths Q1 1972 Macclesfield
Clarke, Harold  d.o.b. 12 Mar 1890

Harold Clarke, age 81, was  buried at Macclesfield Cemetery 13 Jan 1972, address 10 Shaw St, plot Y grave no 16337
only 1 other burial in that grave which was
Sarah Ann Clarke, age 83, of 10 Shaw St.,  buried 24 Jul 1972

Deaths Q3 1972
Clarke , Sarah Ann d.o.b. 17 July 1889

1920 Electoral Register 10 Shaw St  Macclesfield
Clarke, Harold     Clarke, Sarah Ann
They appear every year at that address till 1931 (last year I have access to )

1919 Absent voters list 10 Shaw Street, Maclesfield
Clarke,  Harold 165629 Sapper, R.E.

Free BMD search births, from 1913 to 1939
Surname Clarke, Motherís maiden name Turner
Specify Maccclesfield District

Just 4 results  : Winifred (1914),  Elsie (1920), Margaret (1923), Dora (1929)

Brentnor boy mentioned an index entry for the 1939 register, Iíd advise you to look at the image. Though I canít post the details as its against Rootschat rules, I believe there was a family of 5 in that household, not one person on his own, and the image is quite likely to confirm a lot of the above info.


Do check all of this outcarefully, we can offer likely records/scenarios but its your family so only you can decide

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Re: Marriage Clarke Macclesfield 1913.
« Reply #6 on: Thursday 16 July 20 09:20 BST (UK) »
Did your Clarkes have a daughter called Dora who married a Mr Poyzer?