for sure this is not Gorton. It looks like its in Chorlton on Medlock. Very
close to Granby Row. I don't think this is an accommodation address. My own
family were married at this church in 1856. Their address was Knutsford
Cheshire. Which means you did not have to live in the church area to be
married at this church.
Out of curiosity who were the witnesses at your families wedding? I ask
because some churches appeared to use the same witnesses for a lot of
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Proudfoot" <tom.proudfoot(a)wanadoo.fr>
Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2005 10:45 AM
Subject: [LAN] BROOK ST, MANCHESTER QUERY
My g-grandmother gave her address on her marriage cert as 3 Brook St,
London Rd, Manchester - would this be Brook St, Gorton in the 1861 census
I know that this may be a silly question, but is it possible/likely that
be an 'accommodation' address to allow them to marry at St
Augustine's Catholic Chapel, Granby Row?
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