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From: P&D Empringham <>
Subject: Marriages 1846 (4)
Date: Wed, 05 Jul 2006 12:53:50 -0400


Format
Registrar's District; Place and parish
Date
Name of Groom; Age; Condition; Rank or profession; Residence at the time of
marriage
Father's name and surname; Rank or profession of father
Name of Bride; Age; Condition; Rank or profession; Residence at the time of
marriage
Father's name and surname; Rank or profession of Father
Name of Church and clergyman
Names of participants; Names of Witnesses
If you notice any errors, please let me know

Family History Library film no 101278
Volume 7, page 619

Lurgan, the Presbyterian Meeting House in the parish of Tartaraghan, Co Armagh
26 Aug 1846
John BEST, 22 yr, bachelor, farmer, townland of Derrylard
John Best, farmer
Margaret SMYTH, full age of 21, spinster, --, Derrylilesh
Thomas Smyth, farmer
Married in the Presbyterian Meetinghouse according to the Form and
Discipline of the Presbyterian Church, by licence, John Martin, Minister
John Best, Margaret Smyth
John McClelland, Thos Smyth

30 Sep 1846
Robert NEWELL, 38, widower, labourer, townland of Derrinrow
Samuel Newell, farmer
Susanna HARRISON, alias MATCHET, 30, widow, weaver, Derrrinrow
Richard Matchet, farmer
Married in the Presbyterian Meetinghouse according to the Form and
Discipline of the Presbyterian Church, by licence, John Martin, Minister
Robert Newell X, Susanna Harrison X
James McFarland, Thomas Harrington


Family History Film no 101278
Volume 7, page 519

Lurgan, the Parish Church in the parish of Drumcree, Co Armagh
30 Dec 1846
William TWEENY, 25, bachelor, farmer, parish of Drumcree
John Tweeney, farmer, deceased
Frances HONEYFORD, 16, spinster, --, parish of Drumcree
Ben Honeyford, farmer
Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the
United Church of England and Ireland, by license, David Babington, Curate
William Tweeny X, Frances Honeyford
Milson Crocket

Dorothy Hunniford Empringham
Ontario, Canada




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