John Wegg, age 21, Bachelor, Shoemaker, of Mundesley, (son of Mark Wegg, Shoemaker) married Hannah Evans, age 25, Spinster, Workwoman, of Mundesley, (daughter of George Evans, Seaman on Preventive Service) on 22nd January 1849 in the Parish Church of Mundesley, Norfolk, England according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church of England by Banns by Robert Steele, Rector. John & Hannah both signed their names. Witnesses were David Stearman & Elizabeth Wegg.
John Willis Wegg of Mundesley, Norfolk, Shoemaker died aged 71, on 13th January 1899 at High Street, Mundesley, Norfolk, England  & was laid to rest there 17th January 1899. Administration of his estate was granted at Norwich 10th March 1899 to John Evans Wegg, Bricklayer's Labourer.
↑ 2.02.12.22.3England, Norfolk - Mundesley Baptism Register > 2 Dec 1827 > John Willis Wegg born 24 Sep 1827 > Parish Registers, Mundesley, Norfolk, England, Record Office, Central Library, Norwich. Personal research of Vivian Egan in September 1985.
↑ 8.08.1England, Death Certificate > 13 Jan 1899 at High Street, Mundesley; John Willis Wegg; age 71; Shoemaker (Master); Cause: Senile Decay; Heart Failure > Registration District: Erpingham; Sub-District: Repps; General Register Office, England. Personal copy in the files of Vivian Egan.
↑ 9.09.1England, Norfolk - Mundesley Burial Register > 17 Jan 1899 > John Willis Wegg age 71, of Mundesley > Parish Registers, Mundesley, Norfolk, England, Record Office, Central Library, Norwich. Personal research of Vivian Egan in September 1985.
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