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"Newark, N.J. (probably) or NYC"  +
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"Susanna Blodgett and James Thompson, Feb. 15, 1644." (<<citation^^title=[[Woburn Records]], Part III^^page=27>>)  +
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"between 1219 and 1224"  +
H
"between 30 December 1577 and 10 February 1578" - so all 1577 O.S.  +
"between February 1474 and April 1474", according to thePeerage.  +
d
"marié entre 936 et 937"  +
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"new-style" date  +
A
"on or before 24 November 1556"  +
d
"sometime between May 1260 and 9 February 1261"  +
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"they received a dispensation in October 1325, and the wedding probably took place at Christmas" [wikipedia]  +
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*note   +
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11.30 a.m., by Mr McMillan, the Consul. An hour later the religious part of the proceedings began, at St Michael's Church, Beaulieu, by the Rev. John Clayton, where the bride was given away by her daughter. An old friend, Dr Williams or Williamson, was one of the few guests. The breakfast was at the Hotel Bristol and the honeymoon was reportedly to be in Egypt. The bride was forgoing an annual income of ten thousand pounds, half of the annuity she had during widowhood. She was also forfeiting the use of, or rentals from, Sir John's town house at Clarence Terrace, Regent's Park, and his country house at [[Childwickbury]].  +
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A witness to the wedding was a Margaret Kennedy, possibly Margaret McPhee (c1822-1905). In 1870 Margaret lived at Buninyong which was not far from Ballarat.  +
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