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Do English Banns notices usually give the couples home parish name or parents names?

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on 2011-07-24 20:48:51

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by markav on 2011-07-31 06:45:03

some do, where and when where are you looking for?

by janilye on 2011-07-31 09:09:19

Have a look at Marriage license, Banns and certificates
One thing I know is back then when Banns had to be posted with a fee in the parish of the Groom and the Parish of the bride, to save money one would move into the other's parish, thereby only having to register once and pay the one fee. The 'Allegations' contain plenty of information but I think it's pot luck with the Banns

by lone on 2011-07-31 20:14:15

Thanks for answers. My couple were married at St. James Piccadilly, Westminster,London in 1805, Names and witnesses only given on cert.

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