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    Default Elizabeth Knot - Shillingstone - Birth date?

    Hi
    Trying to find a birth date for my 4x great grandmother - Elizabeth Knot.
    Married my 4x gr grandfather William Shorey in April 1768 at Shillingstone and had 3 children.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricardoylucia View Post
    Hi
    Trying to find a birth date for my 4x great grandmother - Elizabeth Knot.
    Married my 4x gr grandfather William Shorey in April 1768 at Shillingstone and had 3 children.

    I found these on An****** so did they marry twice or is it 2 different People alltoghter

    Name: Elizabeth Knot
    Gender: Female
    Event Type: Marriage
    Marriage Date: 19 Apr 1768
    Marriage Place: Shillingstone, Dorset, England
    Spouse: William Shory
    FHL Film Number: 002427570

    Name: Elizabeth Knot
    Gender: Female
    Marital status: Single
    Event Type: Marriage
    Marriage Date: 17 Apr 1766
    Marriage Place: Shillingstone, Dorset, England
    Spouse: William Shory
    FHL Film Number: 002427570

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandyhall View Post
    I found these on An****** so did they marry twice or is it 2 different People alltoghter

    Name: Elizabeth Knot
    Gender: Female
    Event Type: Marriage
    Marriage Date: 19 Apr 1768
    Marriage Place: Shillingstone, Dorset, England
    Spouse: William Shory
    FHL Film Number: 002427570

    Name: Elizabeth Knot
    Gender: Female
    Marital status: Single
    Event Type: Marriage
    Marriage Date: 17 Apr 1766
    Marriage Place: Shillingstone, Dorset, England
    Spouse: William Shory
    FHL Film Number: 002427570

    Strange - all I have is the 1768 marriage. Second date confirms she was single..

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    Could it the calling of the Banns? Wasn't that done twice, especially if they were resident in different parishes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lesley Robertson View Post
    Could it the calling of the Banns? Wasn't that done twice, especially if they were resident in different parishes?
    Church Banns where call for 3 sundays in the 3 weeks before Weddings in Church when the couple who where getting married had to attened the church as well. If they lived in different parishes I think they had to go to there own Church as the Banns where read in both parishes

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    I don't think it would be Banns as the dates are 2 years apart

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    Same marriage, but badly transcribed. Found a Elizabeth Knott from Sturminster Newton

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