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Jane Dougharty born c1802

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Re: Jane Dougharty born c1802

Postby katebenn » Wed Nov 22, 2017 9:45 am

ianbee wrote:Hi
I've had a pretty good look, but I'm afraid I can't see any sign of the marriage.
There were some Dougherty marriages in Woolwich around the time, but no Jane.
It's puzzling, but not really unusual, sadly we don't find them all.

Image of the BT of Jane's baptism in 1831 is here
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903 ... at=1809360
Ian


Hi Ian,
Many thanks for this - it is certainly helping to build up a picture of my husband's maternal 4 x great grandfather.
Kate
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Re: Jane Dougharty born c1802

Postby Sylcec » Wed Nov 22, 2017 10:31 pm

Of course the marriage could have occurred in Ireland or even in Gibraltar (Jane could have been a widow of another soldier) - but don't think there is a database of army/regimental marriages available to consult, which makes life difficult.
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