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Re: MARY FINLAY born about 1847 married 1864 in belfast ireland
Posted by: Annie Crenshaw (ID *****0350) Date: January 10, 2010 at 16:45:49
In Reply to: MARY FINLAY born about 1847 married 1864 in belfast ireland by michelle sefton of 390

Mary Finlay's marriage record would give her father's name and his occupation, which might lead to further family history.

Civil registration indexes show:

Civil Marriage Date - 23 Feb 1866
William SEFTON & Mary FINLAY
Tullylish Church of Ireland
Tullylish parish, Banbridge Civil District
County Down

LDS Search Pilot of these indexes includes 2 men of that name who married in 1866 in Banbridge District:

Name: William John Sefton
Registration district: Banbridge
Record type: MARRIAGES
Registration date - quarter and year: 1866
Film number: 101250
Volume: 1
Page: 315
Digital GS number: 4179383
Image number: 00163
Collection: Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes 1845-1958

Name: William Sefton
Registration district: Banbridge
Record type: MARRIAGES
Registration date - quarter and year: 1866
Film number: 101250
Volume: 1
Page: 284
Digital GS number: 4179383
Image number: 00163
Collection: Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes 1845-1958

With the marriage record year, volume and page in civil index (as well as church name) you can go from there.

Good luck with your search,
Annie C.



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