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    Default HOLLIDAY WICKERSHAM MARRIAGE

    Looking for a marriage somewhere near Clapham Surrey late 1750s to early 1760s of a Thomas Holliday to an Elizabeth possibly Wickersham. All their children were baptised at Clapham but there is no record of their being married there.

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    There is a marriage on IGI

    Thomas HOLYDAY - Elizabeth THWAITES
    28th May 1758
    Mitcham Surrey (bit of a hike to Clapham)

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    Closest I could find, sorry

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    Have found the marriage at ancestry.co.uk. Thanks for looking. Virginia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by virginia stokes View Post
    Looking for a marriage somewhere near Clapham Surrey late 1750s to early 1760s of a Thomas Holliday to an Elizabeth possibly Wickersham. All their children were baptised at Clapham but there is no record of their being married there.
    Have since found the marriage at Bermonsey in 1762.

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    Have since found the marriage at Bermonsey in 1762
    I see the marriage was by licence. Have you searched for a copy of the licence (allegation/bond)?

    It's been indexed by the Society of Genealogists among the Vicar General marriage licence allegations thus:

    Licence date 22 Jun 1761
    Year 1761
    Bride Surname WICKERSHAM
    Groom Surname HOLLIDAY

    You can order a copy of the original from SoG here

    http://www.sog.org.uk/books-courses/...d-copy-service

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