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Thomas Holding c1810

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Hi all,

A little bit more help please.

As it appears that Thomas Holding and his wife Ann, had their first child in 1839, I searched for marriages around that date.
The most likely one that appears is 1838. j/a/s Haslingden, Lancs.

Would Haslingden fall in, or was it the Reg.Dist of Accrington. I've looked in Genuki, but it's not that clear for me.

If so, would this be a viable marriage cert to go for.

Thanks again.

Steve.:)
 

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