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Family of David Bradshaw & Mary Clarke

of Newtownards, Co. Down & Belfast

       

06-Jan-12

Husband

David Bradshaw

Weaver

Reference

Born:

abt. 1833

   

Married:

15 September 1860 (27 yrs)

Newtownards Registrar's Office

NAI - 9/247

Address:

15 September 1860 Greenwell Street, Newtownards, Co. Down Marriage Record

Died:

13 July 1881 (48 yrs)

Belfast, Co. Antrim

NAI - 1/217

Buried:

     

Father:

Alexander Bradshaw

Weaver

Marriage Record

Mother:

Wife

Mary Clarke

   

Born:

abt. 1838

   

Address:

15 September 1860 Deacon Street, Newtownards, Co. Down Marriage Record

Died:

     

Buried:

     

Father:

John Clarke

Weaver

 

Mother:

     

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Notes:

 

1812 Jun 30th, Bradshaw George, Blaris Co. Down, Connor Wills, Executor - Ale'r Bradshaw

 

 

National Archives of Ireland - Marriage Record

 

District of

Newtownards

Reference

9/247

Date

15 September 1860

Groom

David Bradshaw, Weaver, Greenwell St, N'Ards

Age

27 yrs

Condition

Bachelor

Groom's Father

Alexander Bradshaw, Weaver

Bride

Mary Clarke, Deacon Street, Newtownards

Age

22 yrs

Condition

Spinster

Bride's Father

John Clarke, Weaver

Location

Newtownards Registrar's Office - Thomas White

Religion

by Licence

Witnesses

Henry Shaw & Mary Anne Par





BLN = Belfast Newsletter (held in Belfast Newspaper Library)

Census = Census of Ireland

FHL - Quaker Records

mic = microfilm

NAI = National Archives of Ireland

PRONI = Public Records Office of Northern Ireland

TCD = Trinity College Dublin

 

 


 

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