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|Christina||Report||14 May 2003 23:43|
Hi Ann Have you checked the non-conformist batismal registers as well as C of E? Also have you tried looking for him under his middle name - v. common for this 'family name' to have been surname of a relation, often mothers maiden name - he just might have been called that originally. Suggest you visit record office for the area in which he was married. Guess youve looked at census for date/location for marriage. Hope this helps