Note N1066 Index
This marriage is registered as #013428 on page 675 for 1905. He is noted as a bachelor and she a spinster. He is 26; she 22. He is a farmer. The witnesses are John Forrest and Margaret Forrest of Blanchard as as James. The marriage took place in Thorndale. He was Presbyterian and she Methodist. The presiding official was David Rogers. She is noted as being from West Nissouri.
For whatever reason it is registered again in 1907 as #014523. This time we learn that she is a seamstress. It was notes as being registered on September 3, 1907 by order of the register General.
Note N1067 Index
I found this marriage recorded on page 52 of the Middlesex County History published in 1989. It is included in a list of marriages performed by the Rev. William Proudfoot, Minister of Associate Succession Church. Elizabeth was noted as being from Lobo Township. In the District Marriage Register, he was the one noted to be from Lobo Township and he was she was from Westminster Township. The witnesses were Thomas Baty and Ninian Elliot. The marriage was pursuant to banns. I have now found the record of the reading of the banns by the Rev. Proudfoot. It is in his diary. He did so on January 18, January 25. and February 9, 1834.
Note N1068 Index
The witnesses were John Allely & Annie Forster. The Reverend A. E. Auchenleck of thre Church of Ireland presided.
Note N1069 Index
Her date of marriage comes from the Bryant family Bible given to me by Anne Bryant, wife of Buster Bryant.
Note N1070 Index
They were married at St. Saviour's Church in Croydon. The witnesses were Frank and Emma Golding. He was noted as being a painter. His father was a soldier and hers a shoemaker. They were married after banns. by George H. Kenife, vicar
Note N1071 Index
Her date of marriage to Mr. Scott comes from the Bryant family Bible given to me by Anne Bryant, wife of Buster Bryant.
Note N1072 Index
She is noted as a widow in the parish records. I am assuming that her prior married name was Willcock. The records show other Haleys married to Willcocks.
Note N1073 Index
The witnesses were Nicholas Haly Sr. and William Haly Sr. This means that Nicholas Jr. had a cousin William, but I could not find a marriage for the William born in 1744. Likewise, the Robert who married a Rebecca Libby as well in 1757 must have been a cousin but who knows whose son he was.
Note N1074 Index
They were married in Agnes St. Presbyterian Church. The witnesses were William Kennedy and Jane McClean who later married a Mr. Erskine.
Note N1075 Index
She signed her marriage license with her mark "x." She was noted as residing in the Townland of Strandtown, which was in the County of Down, in the Parish of Hollywood, in the Barony of Castlereagh Lower and in the Poor Law Union of Belfast. The Church was located in Belmont which seems to have been a suburb if Belfast - see map.
Note N1076 Index
His date of marriage comes from the Bryant family Bible given to me by Anne Bryant, wife of Buster Bryant.
Note N1077 Index
They were married in the Church of the Redeemer in Calgary (Anglican). His date of marriage comes from the Bryant family Bible given to me by Anne Bryant, wife of Buster Bryant.