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From: "Sharon Bunter" <>
Subject: RE: [ENG-LAN-BOLTON] A marriage record found
Date: Thu, 9 Feb 2006 06:01:24 +0800
No St Mary's, Bury was Church of England - you could not get married at a
Catholic Church in England before civil registration in 1837.
More details of St Mary's, Bury are on my webpages at
I will ask Jim Lancaster who is knowledgeable on Catholic records in Bury if
he can locate any baptisms for you.
Sharon in Perth, Western Australia
Bury Parish Pages - just beginning
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> Thank you so much Maureen. My Daniel was a Joiner by trade. Some of his
> childen were born in Bury,Lancashire. I assume this was a Catholic Church.
> was from Ireland and his wife, "Betty" was born in Lynn,
> Lancashire.according to the 1851 census of Farnworth.
> Daniel born about 1794 and Elizabeth about 1801. Both may have died by
> 1861. Their youngest child, Jane, would have been only about 15 then.
> St, Mary's is the Parish Church of Bury it is in the centre of town and a
> lovely stone building,
> still very much in use today.
> I had a look on my fiche for you there is not much more info given for
> marriage but here it is.
> Daniel Bready (Joiner) m Elizabeth Turner, 2nd May
> Hope this helps.
> Regards Maureen
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