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Re: DUTHIE William - County Angus, Scotland
Posted by: Alex. Gray Date: November 27, 2001 at 05:52:44
In Reply to: Re: DUTHIE William - County Angus, Scotland by Debby Shillinglaw of 354

Hi Debby

I checked out William and Elizabeth on www.familysearch.org and it would appear that they were married in 1854 at either Kinnell or Forfar, those being the dates listed for what would have been the calling of the banns in both Parishes, indicating that one or other would have been residing in one of the Parishes when the make application to the Parish Minister to get married and the normal custom for the intended marriage to be read from the pulpit by the minister or three consecutive Sundays, but this was not always recorded in the Old Parish Register. Then again the latter date of 4 June 1854 at Forfar may have been the date of the actual marriage and the only way you will find out is to look at the OPR for Forfar (obtainable on film from your local Mormon Family History Centre) Do you know the date of their deaths? If you do you could obtain a copy of their death certificates from Edinburgh and this will tell you the names of their parents.

Regards

Alex.


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