Need pre-marriage information.

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The Philadelphia Catholic Archiodiocese gave me marriage information based on a 1900 Census street address, etc. I believe that we have the correct family in these Census based on family information within the censuses.   I have been unable to secure the civil marriage document in order to secure additional information that might be helpful.  I ordered one license from Philadelphia that does not appear to be the pertinent couple.  Annie Flanigan states on census that she is from Pa.  We cannot find where in Pennsylavania she lived or anything else about her family.  Oral tradition within our family states that she was married to a Yeager from Shamokin before she was married to Patrick McLaughllin.  1900 and 1910 Censuses gives time of marriage to Patrick as 10 and 18 years respectively.  I need direction.

Judy Link Salvatore
in Genealogy Help by Judy Salvatore G2G Crew (810 points)
If the person has a WikiTree profile, it helps to include it in your question.  Is this the correct ID?
the only thing I have found so far is she died Dec 5,1916 and is burried at Holy Cross
Yes, it is.
Thank you.  I also have this information and have ordered information from Holy Cross concerning the individuals in the plot.  I have not received the information as of yet.

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This could be the right license.



The 1900 census says she had ten children and seven were still living.  We see four children living with her. It does look like she was married before. You might want to see if you can find Yeager children.
by Maureen Rosenfeld G2G6 Pilot (182k points)
edited by Maureen Rosenfeld

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