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1876 NSW Marriage

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1876 MARRIAGES Solemnized in the District of Sydney
No. 573 August 19th 1876 Sydney
William Running - Bachelor - Armagh Ireland - Dealer - 37 - Cooma - Mark Running & Elizabeth Mc... - Farmer
Charlotte Hilder - Spinster - Camden N.S.W. - Dressmaker - 28 - Camden - Moses Hilder & Elizabeth Styles - Farmer
Married in the Church of St. Paul [Cleveland St Redfern] According to the rites of the Church of England
Parties signed: William Running, Charlotte Hilder
Witnesses signed: William Hilder, Amelia Hilder
By me Fredk. W. ... Officiating Minister

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Thanks Emeltee.

I'll see if I can find a match.

A different minister for the preceding and following marriage on the page so don't get three copies of the signature.

Not on the list of 1861 for CofE ministers in Sydney.

I'll have to look at other pages and see if I can find other copies of the signature.


http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/stephen-alfred-hamilton-1293

Stephen, Alfred Hamilton (1826–1884)
Stephen took services in the outlying district of the parish and in 1854 began a school at Redfern. When the church of St Paul in Cleveland Street was opened the next year he became incumbent and remained until 1884.
So not the usual minister.

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I'm stuck. Searching Trove 1870 - 1879

fulltext:"st paul's church redfern by rev. f"~0 returns no hits.

fulltext:"st paul's church redfern by rev."~0 returns lots of hits.
 

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