Marriage Certificates

M1.In a Roman Catholic ceremony.
Stephen Lyons to Catherine Buckley, 31/07/1851, in St. Marys & St. Annes Cathedral, Cork City :.witnesses were Michael Erwin & Margaret Cronin - .Have computer copy of marriage entry.

M2. in a Roman Catholic ceremony, (no. 131),
Timothy Lyons, age 23, to Elizabeth Tobin, age 21, on 30/09/1876.
At The Church of the Sacred Heart, Lambeth, Surrey.
Timothy was a Wharfingers Foreman, residing at 108, Waterloo Road, &
Elizabeth, no profession given, was residing at 137, Waterloo Road.
Fathers: Stephen Lyons, labourer, & David Tobin, carpenter.
Witnessed by Mary Magdalene Haynes & (the mark of) John Barrett.
Minister: Joseph McGrath. Registrar: E.T.Ellingham.

M3. Michael [for unknown reason married under name of Joseph] Lyons , 19, to Mary Ann Dillon, 19, in 'Jun' 1880.Lyons Joseph St. Saviour 1d 255 . Have not got the State cert., but they were married 5/04/1880 in St.Georges Roman Catholic church. Did St G.RCC give parents??

M5. In a Church of England ceremony, (no.351),
William John Lyons, age 28, to Jessie Sullivan, age 25, on 14/02/1909.
At St. Philips Church, Bethnal Green, London.
William was a Salesman, residing at School House, Mount St. &
Jessie was a stationer? ,residing at School House, Mount St.
Fathers: Timothy Lyons, warehouseman, & John Sullivan (deceased), builder.
Witnessed by William Alfred Lawrance Hayter & Clara Hayter.
Minister: W. Ferrar.

M6. In a Church of England ceremony, after banns.
Francis William Lyons, age 25, to Joan Edith Turner, age 25, on 14/12/1940.
At St Paul Goodmayes Essex.
Francis was a Gunner R.A,residing at 426 S/L Camp R.A. Ullesthorpe, nr Rugby & Joan, no profession given, was residing at 42 Westwood Road, Goodmayes
Fathers: William John Lyons, furrier agent, and William George Turner, carpenter & joiner.
Witnessed by Lionel Dudley Turner & John Leonard Lyons,brothers.

M7. In a civil ceremony.
John Leonard Lyons ,36, to Catherine Geraldine Jansen, 23, on 11/11/1953 in Johannesburg in a civil ceremony, although Catholic Church was entered for denomination. His wife was born 08/08/1930 in South Africa. No witnesses given?

M10. In a protestant ceremony!
Elizabeth Lyons, age 34, no occupation given, to Compton Alexander Amos,36, warehouseman, on 10/04/1898 in St. John's Church, Battersea, after banns. Both living at 107, Maysoule Road, Battersea. Her father Stephen Lyons ,deceased , labourer: his, John Peek Amos , deceased, engineer. Witnesses William Cheyney & Harriet Amos.

M20 In a protesant ceremony.

Mary Ann Lyons ,20, to William Henry Osborne,20, sack maker, on 5/4/1885, at All Saints Church, Newington. Fathers: Timothy Lyons, deceased, labourer, & Zealous Osborne, deceased, farmer. Both living at 1, Surrey Buildings.

Charles Andrews, full age, carpenter, to Elizabeth Richards, full age, on 13/10/1840, at St.Johns Waterloo, Lambeth, after banns. Both residing St.Georges Road.
Fathers: Charles Andrews, carpenter & John Richards, carpenter. Witnesses T.Neal & M.Bennett.

Thomas Mead, full age, servant, to Elizabeth Savill, full age, servant, on 24/10/1851, in Great Dunmow Church. Both residing Great Dunmow. Both could sign their names. Fathers: George Mead & William Savill, both labourers. Witnesses: Abnay Joyce & Susannah Savill[sister].

Walter Mead, 26, Publican, to Ellen Annie Robinson, 24, on 8/10/1887. in the Parish Church of St.Luke, Chelsea, Mddx, after banns.. His residence Great Dunmow Essex, hers, 50 Elm Park Gardens, Chelsea. Fathers: Thomas Mead, no occupation, & Frank Robinson, horsekeeper. . Both could write. Witnesses Charles Howard & Florence Isabel Robinson [her siblings].

MO1. Independent Chapel.
Lydia Owers, 24, to John Perry, 32, widower, mallster, on 15/08/1852, in Independent Chapel, New Street, GD.. He could sign his name. Both residing Great Dunmow,. Fathers: James Owers, labourer & Samuel Perry , mallster. Witnesses: marks of John & Sarah Holgate.

William Parchment, 21, silkweaver, to Charlotte Bennett, silkweaver, on 2/07/1852, in Braintree Church. Both residing Braintree. He could sign his name. Fathers: Samuel Parchment & Joseph Bennett, both labourers .Witnesses: Samuel Parchment[father or brother] & Joseph Bennett[father?]

MP3. James Parchment

MP5. Samuel Parchment, minor, to Charlotte Fry, minor, both weavers, on 29/9/1842, at Black Notley Parish Church. Both residing Black Notley. He could sign his name, she X. Fathers: Samuel Parchment & Nimrod Fry. Witnesses: William Ellingford & Caroline Parchment.

Francis Robinson, 25, butler, to Elizabeth Anne Rousell, 19, on 7/10/1858, in Shelley Parish Church. His residence Chipping Ongar, hers Shelley. Fathers: Francis Robinson, cattle dealer & James Rousell, farming bailiff. Both signed. Witnesses Susanna Jane Lewis[married siter of Elizabeth] & William Rousell[her brother].

MRI1 Protestant. .John Richards marries Elizabeth Blacker ,4/12/1820, in St.George the Martyr Church.[Ancestry LMA image]. Witnesses were Lewis Richards & Mary Richards.

MS1. Protestant.
David Sullivan, full age[~22], plasterer, to Jane Richards, full age [~20], on 7/10/1850, in St.Georges Parish Church, Camberwell, after banns. .Both residing Southampton Street. Fathers: David Sullivan, plasterer & John Richards, carpenter. Witnesses: Michael James Hayes & Elizabeth Andrews[elder sister of Jane].

MS2. Civil ceremony.
John Sullivan, 29, sign writer, to Hannah Andrews, 30, on 18/11/1884 at the Register Office, St.Saviour Southwark Both residing 16 Draper Street, Newington.
Fathers: David Sullivan,builder, deceased & Charles Andrews, carpenter, deceased. Witnesses: J A Wells & Robt Roberts.

MT01. Catholic Ceremony.
David Tobin, 25, carpenter, to Margaret Buckley, 22, on 4/10/1852 at St.Georges Catholic Church, district of St. George the Martyr,Southwark.She put her mark.
His residence was 12 Baker Street, hers 5 Clarendon Place. Fathers; John Tobin,deceased, carpenter, & John Buckley, deceased, farmer. Witnesses: mark of Catherine Kellard and Jeremiah Kellard.

MT020. No known relation, but cert. purchased because I thought this Mary could be the Mary Tobin godmother to Mary Tobin 18/05/1856 ,daughter of David & Margaret Tobin, and thus cert. would prove David & Michael Tobin were brothers: but fathers are different, John & Thomas respectively. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Michael Tobin, 22, warehouseman , to Mary Ann Dempsey,23, on 4/5/1856, in the Roman Catholic Chapel Upper Ru??man street, Clerkenwell. Both residences 39 Cold Bath Square, Clerkenwell. His father Thomas Tobin, deceased, farmer ; hers Patrick Dempsey, farmer. Witnesses Bridget CoughlanX & Thomas Doyle

Ezekiel Turner, full age, labourer, to Rhoda Wilkinson, on 20/10/1844, after banns, at Stebbing Parish Church. Both put their mark and both were of Stebbing. Fathers: William Turner & William Wilkinson, both labourers. Witnesses: Joseph Wilkinson[brother] & Susan Cannon.

William Turner, 22, labourer, to Susannah Perry, on 13/04/1863, after banns, at Stebbing Parish Church. Both signed and both were of Stebbing. Fathers: Ezekiel Turner & James Perry, both labourers. Witnesses Alfred & Jane Gowers.


William Turner, full age, widower, labourer, to Elizabeth Ann Cracknell, full age, widow, on 5/11/1905, after banns, at St.Stephen's Church, South Lambeth. Both were stated as resident in South Lambeth . Fathers: Ezekiel Turner & William Lewis, both deceased, both labourers. Witnesses: Edward John & Martha Ellen Seaman[ her married daughter & husband]. Certificate states 'his mark' for William, but he signed his original marriage in 1863- could he have become incapacitated?? Also why just' labourer' now ,when he had been farmer in censuses and on b.cs. of his children?


George Turner, 23, labourer, to Caroline Parchment,19, on 24/12/1888, after banns, at Stebbing Parish Church . Both were resident in Stebbing. Fathers: William Turner, labourer, & William Parchment, weaver. Witnesses Albert Parchment [ her brother] & Emma Thompson.


William George Turner, 22, carpenter, to Edith Constance Mead, 22, on 24/06/1912, after banns in Great Dunmow Parish Church. He was resident in St. Margaret's parish, Ipswich, she in Great Dunmow. Fathers: George Turner, farmer, & Walter Mead, deceased, Licensed Victualler. Witnesses: Richard Marks & George Schlueter.


Robert Vanson, full age, labourer servant, to Charlotte Sutton, after banns, on 19/02/1843, in Bishopsbour? Parish Church. He was resident in Barham, she in Bishopsbram . fathers: John Vanson[ does not say deceased ! ] & Davidson??, both labourers. Witnesses were David Sutton & Mary Ann Rousell - his siater 1825?. All made their mark.


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