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Date transcribed2015-10-31
Transcribed byPeter Evans
CommentNational Library of Wales - Marriage notices in Welsh publications of people with India connection

View all other items of "Groom  Surname" with value "M'Gwire" in "Madras Marriage notices" Groom Surname  M'Gwire    
Groom First names  William Richard Birmingham    
Rank/ Profession  14th Regiment    
View all other items of "Bride  Surname" with value "Rorison" in "Madras Marriage notices" Bride Surname  Rorison    
Bride First names  Caroline Sophia Newall    
Place  Tenby    
Year  1850    
Month  April    
Day  11    
Exact Entry  On the 11th inst., at St. Mary's, Tenby, by the Rev. Dr. Humphreys, William Richard Birmingham M'Gwire, Esq., of the 14th Regt., eldest son of the late William John and Lady Mary M'Gwire, of Ross Trevor, County of Down, Ireland, and grandson of the late Earl of Annesley, of Castle Wellan to Caroline Sophia Newall, second daughter of the late Major John Gordon Rorison, of the Madras Army, and granddaughter of the late Rev. Edward Hughes, rector of Tenby.     
Publication  The Pembrokeshire Herald and General Advertiser    
Edition Year  1850    
Edition Month  April    
Edition Day  12    
Page No  3    
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Welsh Newspapers Online (1804-1919) (http://newspapers.library.wales/home). 700 english language entries transcribed from the Family Notices that have a reference to 'Madras'. Transcribed by Peter Evans with the cooperation of the National Library of Wales.
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