Facts and Events
- ↑ Marriage record of Samuel Croskery and Mary Gilmour, Primary quality.
Married in 1874 in the District of Troon in the County of Ayr.
||When, Where, and How Married
||Signatures of Parties|
Rank or Profession, whether Single or Widowed, and Relationship (if any)
||Name, Surname, and Rank or Profession of Father|
Name, and Maiden Surname of Mother
|If a regular Marriage, Signatures of officiating Minister and Witnesses.|
If irregular, Date of Conviction, Decree of Declaration, or Sheriff's Warrant.
|When and Where Registered, and Signature of Registrar
||1874 on the thirteenth day of August at Portland Terrace Troon. After banns accoding to the forms of the Established Church of Scotland.
||(Signed) Samuel Maxwell West Croskery (bachelor) Ship Master.
||Hugh Croskery, retired ship owner; and Charlotte Wallace Croskery, ms Brown.
||(signed) Jo[?] Heming, minister of the Established Church Troon. (signed) Wallace Brown Croskery, Witness. Marian Gilmour, Witness.
||1874 August 14th at Troon. John Martin, Registrar.
|(Signed) Mary Gilmour (spinster).
||Boyd Gilmour, Coal Master; and Jeanie Gilmour, ms Dunsmuir.
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