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Re: "three" denunciations on roman catholic marriage cert
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 25 November 21 14:54 GMT (UK) »
That's a useful image, heywood.

The entry in the Impedimentum column for No 93 is what we see when the dispensation is for consanguinity - in this case, dispensation for a second and second degree of consanguinity.

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Re: "three" denunciations on roman catholic marriage cert
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 25 November 21 15:03 GMT (UK) »
There is a seperate column for Impediments.
Example here https://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/display-pdf.jsp?pdfName=st.mary%27s-pro-cath_mf_1862-1881_ma_0168

If you look at Denunciations - the entries are either ‘dispensation’ or ‘tres’ which I would think is dispensation from Banns or three sets.


im quite new to interpreting these marriage certs, what would three sets of banns imply? thank you all for your help so far! :)

Explanation here
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banns_of_marriage
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Re: "three" denunciations on roman catholic marriage cert
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 25 November 21 23:51 GMT (UK) »
There is a seperate column for Impediments.
Example here https://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/display-pdf.jsp?pdfName=st.mary%27s-pro-cath_mf_1862-1881_ma_0168

If you look at Denunciations - the entries are either ‘dispensation’ or ‘tres’ which I would think is dispensation from Banns or three sets.


im quite new to interpreting these marriage certs, what would three sets of banns imply? thank you all for your help so far! :)

Explanation here
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banns_of_marriage

Very interesting, thank you so much!


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Re: "three" denunciations on roman catholic marriage cert
« Reply #12 on: Friday 26 November 21 00:12 GMT (UK) »
There is a seperate column for Impediments.
Example here https://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/display-pdf.jsp?pdfName=st.mary%27s-pro-cath_mf_1862-1881_ma_0168

If you look at Denunciations - the entries are either ‘dispensation’ or ‘tres’ which I would think is dispensation from Banns or three sets.

I agree with heywood.
 I've never seen degrees of consanguinity or affinity written as "three" or "tres". They are always written as 2 sets of numerals, the first for the groom, the second for the bride. 
The marriage register in heywood's link is from Dublin. I think incidences of consanguinity were likely to be much less there than in a country parish.

This is a marriage register from a rural parish in Mayo where choice of spouse was more limited. Basically almost everyone was related to a Duffy, a Horan or a Moran.  :)
There were 32 weddings March 1856-Feb. 1857 of which 10 had a note about consanguinity or affinity.
https://registers.nli.ie/registers/vtls000632351#page/6/mode/1up
Weddings 1861-2. As well as notes about consanguinity/affinity, see note for entry 20 right-hand page, marriage of Patrick Boulton & Elenora Duffy "Boulton from Teleha (?) was obliged to pay Rev. W. Mc_ _ _ _  5 shillings for dispensation in banns and paid me 5-6 for my B_ _ _"
https://registers.nli.ie/registers/vtls000632351#page/13/mode/1up
1862 marriages continue on the next page. Entry 30 at top of the page is a couple who were related 
 2x3 by consanguinity and 3x3 by affinity.
Another common reason for dispensation is marriage in a forbidden time e.g. Lent or Advent. An example is entry 33 in March 1861.

Did the couple who married in 1894 leave Ireland shortly after the wedding? Imminent emigration might have been a reason for dispensing with banns. Was the bride pregnant? That could be another reason.


Denuntiationes – denunciations (refers to if there are any impediments to a marriage)

there appears to be lots of impediments!!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impediment_(Catholic_canon_law)#List_of_diriment_impediments_to_marriage


Arranging the death of a spouse to be free to marry another is a serious impediment. I doubt there would be a dispensation for that.

 
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Re: "three" denunciations on roman catholic marriage cert
« Reply #13 on: Friday 26 November 21 00:36 GMT (UK) »
There is a seperate column for Impediments.
Example here https://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/display-pdf.jsp?pdfName=st.mary%27s-pro-cath_mf_1862-1881_ma_0168

If you look at Denunciations - the entries are either ‘dispensation’ or ‘tres’ which I would think is dispensation from Banns or three sets.

I agree with heywood.
 I've never seen degrees of consanguinity or affinity written as "three" or "tres". They are always written as 2 sets of numerals, the first for the groom, the second for the bride. 
The marriage register in heywood's link is from Dublin. I think incidences of consanguinity were likely to be much less there than in a country parish.

This is a marriage register from a rural parish in Mayo where choice of spouse was more limited. Basically almost everyone was related to a Duffy, a Horan or a Moran.  :)
There were 32 weddings March 1856-Feb. 1857 of which 10 had a note about consanguinity or affinity.
https://registers.nli.ie/registers/vtls000632351#page/6/mode/1up
Weddings 1861-2. As well as notes about consanguinity/affinity, see note for entry 20 right-hand page, marriage of Patrick Boulton & Elenora Duffy "Boulton from Teleha (?) was obliged to pay Rev. W. Mc_ _ _ _  5 shillings for dispensation in banns and paid me 5-6 for my B_ _ _"
https://registers.nli.ie/registers/vtls000632351#page/13/mode/1up
1862 marriages continue on the next page. Entry 30 at top of the page is a couple who were related 
 2x3 by consanguinity and 3x3 by affinity.
Another common reason for dispensation is marriage in a forbidden time e.g. Lent or Advent. An example is entry 33 in March 1861.

Did the couple who married in 1894 leave Ireland shortly after the wedding? Imminent emigration might have been a reason for dispensing with banns. Was the bride pregnant? That could be another reason.


Denuntiationes – denunciations (refers to if there are any impediments to a marriage)

there appears to be lots of impediments!!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impediment_(Catholic_canon_law)#List_of_diriment_impediments_to_marriage


Arranging the death of a spouse to be free to marry another is a serious impediment. I doubt there would be a dispensation for that.

 

The couple married on 22 July (? not sure if theres any catholic holidays then), they did not emigrate anytime after the marriage but i think the bride mightve been about 2 months pregnant at the time. Its very interesting that there was so many limitations to marriage back in the day, thank you so much for your help!

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Re: "three" denunciations on roman catholic marriage cert
« Reply #14 on: Friday 26 November 21 05:19 GMT (UK) »
From Maiden Stone:
Did the couple who married in 1894 leave Ireland shortly after the wedding? Imminent emigration might have been a reason for dispensing with banns. Was the bride pregnant? That could be another reason.”

This couple, though, in the original post, has ‘three’ written in the box, so presumably followed the usual procedure of Banns.
If my memory is correct, I think our Banns were posted on the church notice board but that was fifty years ago  :)
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