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 Home Marriages 1882

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Transcribed byPat Sewell, Alan Edmunds, Eva Schawohl & John Gannon

Groom Surname  Goad    
Groom First names  Joseph Boileau    
Bride Surname  Campbell    
Bride First names  Emmaline Minnie    
Place  Kensington    
Year  1882    
Month  July    
Day  18    
Exact Entry  Goad - Campbell - July 18, at All Saints' Church, Kensington, Joseph Boileau Goad, District Superintendent Civil Constabulary, Bengal, youngest son of Colonel Charles Elliott Goad, retired H.E.I.C.S., to Emmaline Minnie, youngest daughter of the late J.H.    
Edition Year  1882    
Edition Month  20 July    
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