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The earliest I can pick up here for a John or William (just using popular names) marriage at St Vincent's is 1914.
Not at FamilySearch.org other than the FreeBMD based index.
FreeBMD has the surnames as Harten & Raily (match the GRO index image).
The latin version says Jacobum Reilly married Mariam Hartin. It gives his father as Jacobi and hers as Edvardi.
Many thanks for your replies. I had seen the BMD one. Two tricky surnames when it comes to variations. Dave, can I ask where you located that? Was it Ancestry? It’s the one place I couldn’t check.
Grateful thanks Dave. I really should have found that. I appreciate your help.
Have you identified them in the censuses after 1860? My great grandfather x 3 was called James Reilly and born in Ireland. He had my great grandfather x2 Patrick in 1835 and another son James in 1837. I have found James junior up to 1960s census in Lancashire however there the trail goes cold for him. Patrick moved to Sheffield and I wondered if James followed?
Yes I have them going forward, I believe, but I’m not sure they are your line - so many Reilly’s!
If you want to drop me an email with a bit more info, I’ll check my tree and let you know what I have.
Cavan and Roscommon feature quite a bit in the history of my line.