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.
Note N1094 Index
They were married at St. Lawrence Church in Hawkhurst. The witnesses were Edwin and Frances Matilda Campany. I am assuming that it was his sister who had married an Edwin Campany.
Note N1095 Index
I have not been able to track down this marriage. Clearly it was after Elliot's first wife died and was presumably before the birth of their first child in June 1827.
Note N1096 Index
They were married in the Calvinist Baptist Church by Rev. Abraham Sloot. The witnesses were Elliot Grieve and Ninian Elliot.
Note N1098 Index
They were married after banns by Elliott Walkey, curate. The witnesses were Sophia Timms and Elizabeth Holtom, Joseph Holtom, Thomas Killy Holtom, Sarah Holtom and Charles Lambitt Joseph Holtom
Note N1099 Index
The witnesses were James Hardie of West Nissouri and Bessie Dunn of Medora, Muskoka. R. S. Fralick presided at the marriage. It was registered on December 18, 1898 as #010065.
Note N1100 Index
Herewith the registration:
Reg. Number: 1914-09-154543
B.C. Archives Microfilm Number: B11385
GSU Microfilm Number: 1983978
Note N1101 Index
This is a guess as to it being the right couple. The entry comes from the Sussex Marriage Index. He is described as coming from Hawkhurst. There is no description for her which usually would mean that she is from there. But she may in fact be from Hailsham, Sussex as the 1851 census said.
Note N1102 Index
A. Neale says that Banns were read on August 18, 15 and September 1, 1776. In the parish register, the witnesses appear as John Piper and Thomas Munn.
Note N1103 Index
The parish records for this church are perhaps on LDS film # 254601?
Note N1104 Index
Here is the parish entry:
Henry Morton, a bachelor, of this parish, & Ann Briant, a spinster, of this parish, married by banns, November 25, 1833 by Gowen Evans, vicar, witnessed by David Morton & Mary Warr, no. 204.
Note N1105 Index
The Parish Register says "Gervase Bryant & Jane French both of Nash of this Parish were married by Banns, October 11, 1749 (but there seem to be two entries for the years April 1749 to March 1850.)