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From: Gail Slade <>
Subject: Re: [CHS] Illegitimate!
Date: Thu, 06 Jul 2006 13:12:52 -0400
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In-Reply-To: <010d01c6a0e1$fa5380a0$2d0bc57c@kuljeet>


It was common for couples to marry in the brides hometown or where her
family was at the time. That may explain why the fellows seem to mary in
towns other than where they live. This is often a great clue in looking
for the brides ancestry if all else has failed.

Gail

Richard wrote:

>so would this explain why when Joseph Taylor living in Bebington, married Mary Peers, they travelled to Liverpool, instead of their local church?
>but strangely their 'legitimate' son did the same when he married, any thoughts on this?
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