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Julia Report 24 Jun 2008 11:34

Thanks for that Ann. I was talking tongue in cheek about the peverse pleasure bit, really. But it can make it hard work when another name is given to an equation. Getting the certificate was quite easy, because I am not far from Nottingham, where they got married, and I had Budgies site for the pics.
Julia in Derbyshire


AnnCardiff Report 24 Jun 2008 11:23

well done you and congratulations


Julia Report 24 Jun 2008 11:19

This morning I received a copy of my Gt. Grandads marriage certificate. I sent for this because a recent contact had thrown another name in the hat for the bride. They were wrong and I was right, (what a perverted please I will have in telling him so). Thanks to a site that Budgie Rustler gave me a couple of weeks ago, I was able to print off an old picture of the church where they got married, and also a picture of the interior showing the alter.
If only everything was as easy and fulfilling as this search has been.
Julia in Derbyshire