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1866 Marriage - Address and Witnesses

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Party 1 Name WILLIAM PARK
Party 2 Name MARY ROBINSON
Date of Event 08 October 1866
Group Registration ID 3003050
SR District/Reg Area Dublin North

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1866 Marriage solemnized at Rutland Square in the Parish of St. Mary in the City of Dublin
No. 195 8th Octr. 1866
William Stewart Park - Full - Bachelor - Salesman - 2 Russia St Dublin - Alexander Park - Flax-dresser
Mary Robinson - Full - Spinster - - - 64 Main ? St Dublin - Benjamin T Robinson - Druggist
Married in the Parish Church ... by License by me John Hall
Parties signed: Witnesses: Benjamin B... ? Robinson, John M Dinsk ?

Thanks,

Dave

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I checked the papers cause sometimes family notices have address and names but this is all i found.

Mr. Benjamin B. Robinson, »4 King-street, deposed that he was an assistant to Messrs. Checketts and M‘Fadden, druggists,
Published: Thursday 02 October 1862
Newspaper: Saunders's News-Letter
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland

William Stewart Park, of Aberdeen, to Mary, daughter of the late Benjamin T. Robineon, and stepdaughter of George Cheeketts, Esq., I)ublin
Published: Saturday 13 October 1866
Newspaper: Meath Herald and Cavan Advertiser
County: Meath, Republic of Ireland
 
Thanks gibbo.

So Mary's mother remarried. I can't find it so must have been before civil reg.

I don't think it is main St. Looks to be too many letters.
 
Benjamin Brand and father Benjamin Towers.

No marriage for a John Dinsk. So Dinsh ?
 
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Oct. 30, in St. Anne’s Church, by the Rev. (i. Cotton, Mr. Benjamin Towers Robinson, of Queen-street, to Miss Elizabeth Brownrigg, of are-street.
Published: Thursday 31 October 1833
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Packet and Correspondent
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Thanks gibbo.

It's ok.

I found the marriage for Benjamin Brand. Can't sort out the other witness.
 
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