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Where?Windsor Reg Wedding

somerstown

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I am trying without success to decipher a Marriage Certificate received today.The registration District was Windsor.
1892 at the Congregational Chapel, William Street. But can anyone read what it says for "District" and "County" please?







 

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It could be Berks, you may even find the marriage under this:

London and Surrey, England, Marriage Bonds and Allegations, 1597-1921 which is on Ancestry, I've found this quite useful.

Amanda
 

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You only have to look at the history of Slough, to understand the reasons for Berks or Bucks.

Some parts of Bucks are reg'd in Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, Herts, etc, depending on where you are looking in Bucks.

Steve.:)
 

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