William Collier, Thurlow & Catharine Bradshaw, Thurlow (10 Jun.1817)

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William Collier, Thurlow & Catharine Bradshaw, Thurlow (10 Jun.1817)

Upper Canada
Midland District
County of Hastings

To All Concerned

Whereas William Collier of
the Township of Thurlow in the said County
and Catharine Bradshaw of the
same place, were desirous of intermarrying
with each other, and there being no
Parson or Minister of the Church of England
living within eighteen miles of them
or either of them, they have applied to
me for that purpose; Now these are
to certify, that in pursuance of the
powers granted by an Act of the Legislature
of this Province passed in the thirty third
Year of His Majestys Reign, I James
McNabb
Esquire, one of His Majestys
Justices of the Peace, having caused
the previous notice by the Statute
required to be given, have this day
married the said William Collier and
Catharine Bradshaw together and
they are become legally contracted
to each other in marriage.

Given under my hand at
Thurlow 10th June 1817.
James McNabb J.P.

William Collier, Thurlow & Catharine Bradshaw, Thurlow (10 Jun.1817)

Upper Canada
Midland District
County of Hastings

To All Concerned

Whereas William Collier of
the Township of Thurlow in the said County
and Catharine Bradshaw of the
same place, were desirous of intermarrying
with each other, and there being no
Parson or Minister of the Church of England
living within eighteen miles of them
or either of them, they have applied to
me for that purpose; Now these are
to certify, that in pursuance of the
powers granted by an Act of the Legislature
of this Province passed in the thirty third
Year of His Majestys Reign, I James
McNabb
Esquire, one of His Majestys
Justices of the Peace, having caused
the previous notice by the Statute
required to be given, have this day
married the said William Collier and
Catharine Bradshaw together and
they are become legally contracted
to each other in marriage.

Given under my hand at
Thurlow 10th June 1817.
James McNabb J.P.