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'FULL AGE' in 1854???
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|KathleenBell||Report||9 Dec 2003 21:58|
I've been trying to reply to Stephanie to say that I have a marriage certificate from 1868 with a groom 'full age'. I contacted the relevant register office and was told this meant over 21. It was probably the same in 1854. I'm new to message boards but I kept gettong a box saying add a title and couldn't get it to work. Hope this helps.