Family:Robert Cary and Elizabeth Hele (1)

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b. abt 1675
d. 23 Oct 1751
 
 
d. 1728
Facts and Events
Marriage[1][2][3] 12 Nov 1719 Christ Church Greyfriars, Newgate, London
Children
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References
  1. Littledale, Willoughby Aston: The Registers of Christ Church, Newgate, 1538 to 1754, in the Publications of the Harleian Society. Registers. vol. XXI, p. 233, London : Harleian Society, 1895.

    « 1719 / Nov. 12 Robert Cary of S' Austin, London, & Elizabeth Hele of Hamersmith, co. Middx., by lie., Mr Beresford Baker » Accessed on: Google Books - snippet view

  2. Boyd's Marriage Index, 1538-1840 .

    « Year: 1719 / Last Name 1: CARY / First Name 1: ROB / Last Name 2: HELE / First Name 2: ELZ / Place: CHRIST CHURCH NEWGATE STREET / County: LONDON » Accessed on: British Origins

  3. International Genealogical Index / British Isles.

    « ROBERT CARY / Gender: Male Marriage: 12 NOV 1719 Christ Church Greyfriars Newgate, London, London, England / Spouse: ELIZABETH HELE > Source Information: Batch No.: M001341 / Dates: 1542 - 1753 / Source Call No.: 942 B4HA V.21 > Computer printout of London, Christ Church Greyfriars Newgate, London, England » Accessed on: Family Search - IGI

  4.   Harrison, Fairfax: The Devon Carys, The De Vinne Press, New York, 1920, Vol II, p. 700 & footnotes 3 & 4.

    « … He married, first, Elizabeth Hele,[3] but had children only by his second wife Amy Braithwaite,[4] …. » «… [3]: See the marriage license, November 12, 1719, in Foster, London Marriages. [4] : Her death is noted in London Magazine, 1769, p. 592. (See her will, proved October 27, 1769, P.C.C. Bogg, 337.) ….  » Taken from photocopy of page from original publication - courtesy of Thomas Hamm. Also can be accessed on: Google Books - snippet view
    Note: 'London marriage licences, 1521-1869' by Joseph Foster, Joseph Lemuel Chester, John Ward Dean, which does show a number of Cary marriages on its pages 251 and 252 - as may be accessed on-line at: Google Books (and downloaded as a pdf file) - does not, however, show this marriage. Perhaps in a different edition?