Ah I had to do that I just upgraded my ancetry account to help find the marriage which
helped not, unless my Maria was married before being married to William Patterson. Always
a possibility. Then no registery before 1845 again Ahhh. I have no idea what parish to
even start. Although they lived Corraclare Big I think that fits in with my Patterson
Graham family and not the Montgomery line.
Again thank you. I will try and keep searching Ancestry if I cannot find something soon
it will just have to go back in the too hard basket.
From: "bobgraham(a)talktalk.net" <bobgraham(a)talktalk.net>
Sent: Saturday, 30 March 2013 7:00 PM
Subject: Re: FERMANAGH-GOLD marriage certificate
Protestant marriages were not registered before April 1845. The best you can hope for is a
copy of the marriage entry in the Church Records, assuming they still survive.
From: vicki matthews <ozpinkyau(a)yahoo.com.au>
To: Northern Ireland <fermanagh-gold(a)rootsweb.com>
Sent: Fri, 29 Mar 2013 22:46
Subject: FERMANAGH-GOLD marriage certificate
I may have asked this before but cannot remember the answer.
I would like to purchase the marriage certificate for my William Patterson and
Maria Montgomery who lived Corraclare Big.
The date of marriage is 29 July 1834. I have written next to my records Co
Could you tell me what record office I can order this from?
Just on the off chance that they did not marry Co Fermanagh but else where in
Ireland would it be a different register office.
I ask this as in Australia each state has their own record office.
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