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Looking for a marriage Wenlock/Wycherley

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Shirley~I,m getting the hang of it

Shirley~I,m getting the hang of it Report 14 Nov 2012 19:41

Well as the birth is post WW1 it may be that the bride had been married before so wouldn't marry as Wycherley.

Your best bet would to get the birth cert to see the parents names

WayneTracey

WayneTracey Report 14 Nov 2012 19:40

Seems the births started a little earlier than 1924!

Births Mar 1920 Wenlock Howard Wycherley W.Bromwich 6b 2010
Births Jun 1922 Wenlock Susannah Wycherley W.Bromwich 6b 1513
Births Mar 1924 Wenlock John Wycherley W. Bromwich 6b 1470
Births Mar 1926 Wenlock Gwendoline Wycherley W. Bromwich 6b 1338

T x

:-D

JustDinosaurJill

JustDinosaurJill Report 14 Nov 2012 19:34

Can't find it on here or FreeBMD. I'm pressuming that it took place around 1915 to 1930 based on birth of a child John Wenlock in 1924.

For ref

Births Mar 1924 (>99%)
Wenlock John Wycherley W. Bromwich 6b 1470

I'm hoping it's mistranscribed and someone with a wildcard elsewhere might have some luck.

Thanks.Jill

ps. Hoping I've not had a daft moment; stinking cold and been outside working all day affecting the brain cells.