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ATLEE & BREEZE

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Marriages Jun Qtr 1894 Wem 6a 1363
ATLEE Leonard Henry & BREEZE Mary

Looking for the date and any other details and an image if one can be found.

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Dave
 
Found he left on Norseman 26/10/1910 aged 37 and married, a farmer. Can't find anything other than reg for Leonard's marriage.
Is this him in 1881?

South Street, Isleworth, Brentworth, Middlesex
Albert A Atlee b 1842 carpenter. All born in Isleworth
Mary 1844
Florence 1867 Pupil Teacher.
Albert 1869
Herbert 1871
Leonard H 1873
Wilfred A 1875
Gertrude 1877
Montague 1879
 
According to Shropshire BMD the marriage was either at Wem Register Office or the Registrar attended so you won't find an entry on line.
 
Dave i have no free searches left for British newspaper Archive but found this part article that may help.

Published: Saturday 14 April 1894
Newspaper: Wellington Journal
County: Shropshire, England
Wedding. —On Tuesday, marriage was solemnized in tho Congregational Church between Mr. Leonard Henry Atlee, son of Mr. Atteo, of Shrewsbury, Miss Pollie Breeze, only daughter of Mia. H. Breeze, of Leek Street, Wem. The ceremony ....
 
Thanks gibbo.

Do you have a NLA card?

That gives access to eResources which includes the Gale collection of British Newspapers for 1700 and 1800s.
 
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The Wellington Journal is not on the list of the British Library Gale collection.

Ok I registered for the Archive and now have the full article.

Curious that the page has the British Library logo on it.
 
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The Wellington Journal is not on the list of the British Library Gale collection.

Ok I registered for the Archive and now have the full article.

Curious that the page has the British Library logo on it.

Yeah i had tried to find it through the British library gale and couldnt so thought i would just post what i could find from the British newspaper archives site.
 
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