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From: Jim Deans <>
Subject: Re: Marriage dates don't match, why?
Date: Mon, 4 Mar 1996 22:20:35 GMT
A guess would be your first date corresponded to the issuing of the license
and the second the date of the wedding. Most records reveal the former
as opposed to the latter but not always.
In article , Rhonda Hawkins <> writes:
>In doing some genealogy research yesterday, I discovered a listing
>for O.F. Prewett who married Rochelle J. Camp on 1-11-1874. Since I
>have 2 lines of Prewett's in that area, as well as 1 line of Camp's,
>I know there are no other O.F. Prewett's during that time other than
>MY O.F. Prewett who was Oliver Franklin Prewett. (Okay, I'm pretty
>darned sure! <G>) However...
>I have MY Oliver Franklin Prewett marrying Isabella Rachel Camp (who
>I believe was called Rachel more than Isabella and could have been
>thought to be Rochelle-- the J could be because her mother's maiden
>name was Jarmon). The date of their marriage is 12-29-1873, and this
>from several "official" sources.
>Opinions requested-- now how often do you hear that? <LOL>
>Rhonda Shofman Hawkins
>The difference between a model and a supermodel is supermodels
>wear capes and leap over buildings in a single bound.
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