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FMP Marriage

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ElizabethK Report 10 Sep 2013 08:37

Thank you for that Reggie and AnnCardiff


Reggie Report 9 Sep 2013 22:32

No baptism record for the name on FMP


AnnCardiff Report 9 Sep 2013 17:49

Isle of Wight Record Office
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ElizabethK Report 9 Sep 2013 16:48

Thank you very much Maddie :-)


Maddie Report 9 Sep 2013 16:05

Transcription page details

Year of Marriage:1763

Last Name:Witcher

First Name:Susan

Supplied First Name:Sus

Spouse's Last Name:Gregory

Spouse's First Name:James

Spouse's Supplied First Name:Jas



Possible Counties:

County:Isle of Wight


Record source:Boyd's 1st Misc Series 1538-1775

Data provider:Society of Genealogists

Transcriptions © Society of Genealogists


ElizabethK Report 9 Sep 2013 15:41

The marriage of Susan Witcher at Northwood Isle of Wight in 1763 shows in a search of FMP, could someone with access let me have the details ?

also is there a baptism for Susan(na) Witcher around 1740ish ?

Thank you