I'm afraid civil marriage registration did not start until 1845 in Ireland (and that
for Protestants only). So you can't get a certificate. Your only chance of a record of
the marriage is figure out which parish and to write to the parish church. Corraclare Big
is in the parish of Kinawley. I think the parish church is in Derrylin, but someone else
can probably confirm that, and what years the records are extant for. Keep in mind if
Corraclare Big is physically nearer another parish's church, (I don't have a map
to tell me where Corraclare Big is) they may have gone there, so you may have to search
more than one place.
On Mar 30, 2013, at 3:00 AM, fermanagh-gold-request(a)rootsweb.com wrote:
From: vicki matthews <ozpinkyau(a)yahoo.com.au>
Date: March 29, 2013 6:43:30 PM EDT
To: Northern Ireland <fermanagh-gold(a)rootsweb.com>
Subject: FERMANAGH-GOLD marriage certificate
Reply-To: vicki matthews <ozpinkyau(a)yahoo.com.au>, fermanagh-gold(a)rootsweb.com
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 Fermanagh.
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.