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Hi, Is anyone able to check an entry I found for a marriage in 1865 in Sheffield?
I have a Mary Lockwood marrying a William Henry Taylor, but records are showing she married a William Young. Could this have been a transcription error?
Young William Sheffield 9c 310
Thanks in advance
Hi Sarah, Don't know if this is helpful. LOCKWOOD, Mary Hannah (Spinster, age 20, ~, residing at Brightside).
Married Henry MORRIS, on August 8, 1865, by Thomas Hulme (Licence) at
St Thomas, Brightside. Father's name is William Lockwood (Tailor).
Married in the presence of William Pettinger, Elizeabeth Pettinger.
8 August 1865, St Thomas Brightside by license.
Henry Morris, 20, bachelor, steel melter of Brightside. Father Thomas Morris, butcher.
Mary Hannah Lockwood, 20 spinster of Brightside. Father William Lockwood, tailor.
Witnesses William and Elizabeth Pettinger.
The entry immediately above it in the register:
17 July 1865, by banns.
William Young, 20, bachelor, roller of Gower St. Father Joseph Young, roller.
Jane Robinson, 17, spinster of Grimesthorpe. Father Thomas Robinson, moulder.
Witnesses Thomas Robinson and Elizabeth Young