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Elizabeth Ann Jackson


Father: William Jackson
Mother:

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Timeline

? Birth Source: Not known
1882-09-23 Marriage
to Thomas Pollard (1862-?)
Place: St Paul, Burnley
Age: 19
Abode: Brunswick Street
Occupation: Cotton winder
Witness: Jasper West
Witness: Alice Marsden
Source: Parish record  [transcript 1]
Source: lancashirebmd  [transcript 2]
Source: freebmd  [transcript 3]
Source: lan-opc  [link]  [transcript 4]
? Death Source: Assumed; date unknown


Transcripts of sources

1
 Page 108
 1882.  Marriage solemnized at S. Paul's, Burnley in the Parish of S. Paul, Burnley in the County of Lancaster
 No. 218  September 23 1882
 Thomas Pollard         20  Bachelor  Coal Miner     Accrington Road   John Pollard     Collier
 Elizabeth Ann Jackson  19  Spinster  Cotton Winder  Brunswick Street  William Jackson  Fire-beater
 Married in the parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church,
 after banns by me, J W Milner, B.A. Vicar
 This Marriage was solemnized between us,  {  Thomas Pollard + his mark        }
                                           {  Elizabeth Ann Jackson + her mark }
 in the Presence of us,  {  Jasper West + his mark    }
                         {  Alice Marsden + her mark  }
2
 Lancashire Marriage indexes for the years: 1882
 POLLARD Thomas   JACKSON Elizabeth Ann   Burnley St Alban (St Paul)   Preston   CE112/2/218
3
 Marriages Sep 1882
 Pollard Thomas          Burnley  8e 289
 Jackson Elizabeth Ann   Burnley  8e 289
4
 Marriage: 23 Sep 1882 St Paul, Burnley, Lancs.
 Thomas Pollard - (X), 20 Coal Miner Bachelor of Accrington Road
 Elizabeth Ann Jackson - (X), 19 Cotton Winder Spinster of Brunswick Street
 Groom's Father: John Pollard, Collier
 Bride's Father: William Jackson, Fire Beater
 Witness: Jasper West, (X); Alice Marsden, (X)
 Married by Banns by: I. W. Milner B. A. Vicar
 Register: Marriages 1876 - 1888, Page 109, Entry 218
 Source: LDS Film 1517689


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