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I am guessing at the year of their marriage from what is in the 1930 census and the birth dates for their children. Something must be wrong though unless the firs child was born prior to their marriage.
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Denis Bryne foudn the following:
Marriage was registered in 1st quarter of 1864 at St. George in the East, Middlesex, GRO index reference Volume 1C, Page 729.
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Note N1084 Index
There is a marriage of a John Timms and Judith Webb by license on January 3, 1803 in Whichford - see the scanned copy. This corresponds to the information coming from the search I did from the Parish record film. One of the witnesses was Edward Timms. Was he a brother or cousin or some other relation?
Note N1085 Index
It does seem odd that I cannot find their marriage. It should have been in Whichford, Sutton or even Todenham.
Note N1086 Index
The marriage registration was #004372. See my note re his sister Margaret's marriage. The witnesses were the Rev. John Donaldson and James S. Dunn. Both parties were Presbyterian. The Rev. Robert Hall performed the ceremony.
Note N1087 Index
The witnesses was William Fairweather. Who was the other one? It appears as if the ceremony was performed by Robert Hall, minister of the Canada Presbyterian Church.
Note N1088 Index
Their marriage registration was #007811. He was 28, living in West Nissouri, born in Ontario, a bachelor and a farmer. She was 22, living in West Nissouri, born in Scotland and a spinster. The witnesses were Roger Dunn and David Handy. They were both Presbyterian and the Reverend Robert Hall presided.
Note N1089 Index
Their marriage was #024373 for West Nissouri. The groom was described as a mechanic in the registration. The marriage immediately prior was of Edward Dunn to Susan Henderson. Edward too was a mechanic. Did the men meet and then the women? The witnesses were Jabez Bernard? and W. M. Fleming. Both parties were Presbyterian. The Rev. Robert Hall performed the ceremony.
Note N1090 Index
This is the marraige registration found by Helen Dunn:
William Dickson - age 22 - bachelor - foreman hackler - residence Canal Street Lisburn - son of William Dickson, clerk - married Lizzie Allely - age 21 - spinster - residence Longstone Street Lisburn - daughter of John Allely, labourer on 21st December 1896 in Lisburn Cathedral - witnesses James Chambers (?) & Matilda Allely.
Note N1091 Index
The witnesses were Margaret J. Armour and Edward H. Dunn. The minister was John Burnett of Dorchester Station. They were married by license.
Note N1092 Index
They were married by Banns published on April 6, 13 and 20th, 1806. He is described as John Dunn of Edgerston of the parish of Jedburgh, North Britain and she as Elizabeth Hedley of Ivestones of this Parish (Eldson.) The presiding official was John Heweston, curate. The witnesses were Anthony Fletcher and Roger Hedley. The latter lends some credence to my theory of the origin of my name in the family. Was he a father or a brother?
Note N1093 Index
The witnesses were William Grossmith and Elizabeth Grossmith. Aaron's occupation was shown as a warehouseman and James as a farmer. Thomas' residence was 52 Milton St., presumably in London. Harriet's was Forest Hill. Kent. They were married by banns and the ceremony was performed by Henry Archibald Fielder of the Established Church.