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Marlborough, New Zealand MARRIAGES - Jan-Feb 1869

Journal by ngairedith

some of the Marlborough MARRIAGES in Jan & Feb 1869
taken from the COLONIST


CARTER - MILES February 3, at the residence of Mr George King, Bridge-street, by the Rev J. Crump, Mr John Carter, to Sarah Miles


DARKE - RENTOUL January 26, at St James' Church, Sydney, by the Rev W. C. Cave Brown-Cave, John William Bowring Drake, Esq., commander R.M.S. Kaikoura, to Margaret Annie, eldest daughter of the late Major William Rentoul, of Myroe, County Londonderry, Ireland


DRUMMOND - HAWKENS December 28, at the Scotch Church, Riwaka, by the Rev Mr Sherriff, Mr David Drummond, farmer, Riwaka, to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Mr S. Hawkens, formerly of Taranaki


DICKSON - McMILLAN January 9, at the Manse, by the Rev P. Calder, William Dickson, to Margaret McMillan


ESCOTT - COTTON January 24, at the residence of Mr F. Akersten, by the Rev E. Thomas, Mr Charles Hugh Escott, to Miss Elizabeth Ann Cotton


FISHER - HADFIELD January 6, at the Wesleyan Church, Nelson, by the Rev J. Crump, T. R. Fisher, Esq., merchant, to Fanny F., eldest daughter of F. B. Hadfield, Esq


McINTOSH - BENTLEY February 10, Mr John McIntosh, late of Glasgow, to Euphemia Watt, eldest daughter of Mr James Bentley, merchant, Nelson


MOREY - GREEN February 1, at the residence of the bride's father, Walter, youngest son of the late Mr James Morey, of Hobart Town, Tasmania, to Martha Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Edward Green, Esq., Brougham-street, Nelson


SAXON - DOWKER January 26, at All Saints' by the Bishop of Nelson, assisted by th Rev R. J. Thorpe, M.A., Incumbent of All Saints', George, second son of the late Samuel Saxon, Esq., of Bruton, near Bath, Somersetshire, to Caroline Augusta, youngest daughter of the late Henry Dowker, Esq., of Laysthorpe Hall, near York


THOMAS - BOYD January 5, at Mr Thompson's Collingwood-street, by the Rev P. Calder, the Rev E. Thomas to Margaret, only daughter of the late David Boyd, Esq., of St Vincent, West Indies


WEBLEY - NATION Janary 1, at the residence of the bride, Mr W. M. Biss, Mr Joshua Webley, cloth manufacturer, to Eliza Jane, second daughter of Mr William Nation


WEBLEY - OXLEY January 14, by the Rev J. Crump, at the residence of the bridegroom, Lower Bridge-street, Nelson, Mr William Webley, cloth manufacturer, to Miss Fanny Oxley

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