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searching for a relative, married in Cork

lindaJ

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Hello,

We are stuck in the research for my husband's great-grandfather and his wife.

His name was Alfred Jackson , born in 1857 , in Stepney, Middlessex.
His wife was from County Cork and her first name was Binina.

The family believes they were married near Cork.

But is this information in any way enough to find Binina's last name and eventually the wedding certificate ?

We live in Belgium so we have to do all our searching over the internet . Can anyone provide us with some tips ?

Any help would be wonderfull !!!
Thanks you,
Linda Jackson
 
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juliejtp

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Re: searching for a relative , married in Cork

Hi Linda,

I've put below some links for Irish Genealogy. Did they come back to England? was their children born in Ireland or England? If any were born in England you can search the free bmd . http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/.
The birth certificate will give you the mothers maiden name.


http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/irl/

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~irishancestors/

http://www.irishgenealogy.ie/frame_1024.cfm


http://homepage.eircom.net/~seanjmurphy/dir/guide.htm

Julie
 
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