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Harry Nutter

Father: James Nutter



Harry Nutter + Elizabeth Ellen Peel


? Birth Source: Not known
1901-11-19 Marriage
to Elizabeth Ellen Peel (1878-1908)
Place: St Andrew, Burnley
Age: 24
Abode: 36 Bull Street, Burnley
Occupation: Weaver
Witness: Walter Broughton
Witness: Ada Nutter
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

 Page 192  1901.  Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the parish of S. Andrew Burnley
 in the Counties of Lancaster & Burnley
 No. 384  Nineteenth November 1901
 Harry Nutter           24  Bachelor  Grocer  36 Bull St     James Nutter  Blacksmith
 Elizabeth Ellen Peel   23  Spinster  Weaver  4 Swinless St  Thomas Peel   Carter
 Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church,
 on Superintendent Registrar's Certificate by me, Joseph Thornley Assistant Priest
 This Marriage was solemnized between us,  {  Harry Nutter           }
                                           {  Elizabeth Ellen Peel   }
 in the Presence of us,  {  Walter Broughton   }
                         {  Ada Nutter         }
 Lancashire Marriage indexes for the years: 1901
 PEEL Elizabeth Ellen   NUTTER Harry   Burnley, St Andrew   Preston   CE107/3/384
 Marriages Dec 1901
 NUTTER Harry             Burnley  8e 291
 PEEL Elizabeth Ellen     Burnley  8e 291
 Marriage: 19 Nov 1901 St Andrew, Burnley, Lancs.
 Harry Nutter - 24, Grocer, Bachelor, 36 Hull St.
 Elizabeth Ellen Peel - 23, Weaver, Spinster, 4 Swinless Street
     Groom's Father: James Nutter, Blacksmith
     Bride's Father: Thomas Peel, Carter
     Witness: Walter Broughton; Ada Nutter
     Married by Licence by: Joseph Thornley Assistant Priest
     Register: Marriages 1896 - 1904, Page 192, Entry 384
     Source: Original Parish Register

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