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    1853 Marriage - Witnesses

    it actually was meant as an apology as I assumed you were very experienced. but hey ho off I go.
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    1853 Marriage - Witnesses

    my first post which was deleted suggested ann McCoy and henry or Thomas rourke not baker. as names look similar it also suggested looking at early directories. and that the bride was either b nsw or a migrant. and where to find those records yourself. I have no wish to do your history. if you...
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    1853 Marriage - Witnesses

    a message I posted in answer to this topic prior to these 3 has disappeared -- why? Is it still just being processed. If it does not appear in 48h I will repost.
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    1853 Marriage - Witnesses

    and this death ROURKE JEMIMA Registration number 14176/1901 Father's Given Name(s) MARSHALL Mother's Given Name(s) District WEST MAITLAND
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    1853 Marriage - Witnesses

    this death might also help ROURKE HENRY Registration number 15498/1908 Father's Given Name(s) HENRY Mother's Given Name(s) JEMIMA District SINGLETON
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    1853 Marriage - Witnesses

    if this is Elizabeth's death, she was probably underage at date of marriage and so needed fathers permission CRANFIELD ELIZABETH Registration number 7325/1884 Father's Given Name(s) AGE 51 YEARS...
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    Margaret Heffernan 1822 married Wm Cavanagh in Sydney in 1842

    In DNA matching, double first cousins ie those who have all four grandparents in common, but no parents in common, appear as siblings.
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    Margaret Heffernan 1822 married Wm Cavanagh in Sydney in 1842

    Worth noting that often in Australia in a day of travelling clergy and large circuits an entry in a parish register may not indicate a marriage at that specific place but rather an entry appearing in the register of that church
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