Talk:World Archives Project: Hampshire, England, Allegations for Marriage Licences, 1689-1837
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Q. Allegation place is an initial W. Spouses residence parish is Warthem (example). Would Allegation place then be Warthem and not W?
- A: This is what the project instructions say, so you are right: If allegation place is the same as the residence of either the bride or the groom, it will usually be represented by a single letter. Ex: If the groom was from Romsey and the spouse from Andover, "at A" should be keyed the same as the bride's residence, "Andover".
--Katerimmer 22:49, 21 November 2013 (UTC)
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