Quick Search
Advanced
Browse Records
Publications > Newspapers/Periodicals
Share this page 
Go to record Parbury Parbury's Oriental Herald & Colonial Intelligencer
 Bengal Marriages 1838-39

click to hide Data table details
Date transcribed2014-00-00
Transcribed byPeter Schofield

Groom Surname  Jackson    
Groom First names  W Burton    
Bride Surname  Armstrong    
Bride First names  Margaret    
Place  Secunderabad    
Year  1839    
Month  August    
Day  13    
Entry  JACKSON ARMSTRONG, At Secunderabad, on Tuesday, the 13th August, by the Reverend W Tomes, A.B., Captain W Burton Jackson, 25th Regiment Madras Native Infantry, the eldest son of Major General George Jackson, Madras Army, to Margaret Armstrong, the second daughter of the late Edward Armstrong, Esq., of Hook, Dumfriesshire.    
Edition Year  1839    
Edition Date  Vol IV, No XXIV, December 1839    
  << first    < previous   next >    last >>  

Domestic Occurrences transcribed from "Parbury's Oriental Herald & Colonial Intelligencer" by Peter Schofield
click to expand  More details

© Families in British India Society. Unless stated otherwise, all rights including those in copyright in the content of this website are owned by or controlled for these purposes by the Families in British India Society.The content of this site may not be copied, reproduced, republished, downloaded, posted, broadcast or transmitted in any way without first obtaining written permission from the Families in British India Society or that of the copyright owner.
If you found this useful then why not join FIBIS to get all the benefits from membership and help this work to continue. You can now join on-line in the FIBIS Shop...
Frontis V4.20.04.06 Rev: 217. Web site engine code is Copyright © 2005-2020 Frontis. All Rights Reserved.
Decrease text size text size  Increase text size
Powered by Frontis, The Archive Publishing System