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    Default Married or perhaps not ?

    I noticed on a baptism record at St Patricks RC church in Collyhurst Manchester that the parents marital status is recorded as 'conj' .
    I presume this is abbreviated from 'conjugal' . Does this mean the parents haven't been officially married. The parents had 3 children baptised in Ireland with no mention of their marital status prior to this baptism . I have not yet been able to find a marriage record.

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    I understand it to mean married. Also conjux = wife and conjus = husband.

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    Thanks for clearing that up Peter , I was a little confused by the abbreviation , now I have to try and find a marriage record for them in Dublin .

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    Conjugati sunt

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