Marriage of James Crabtree and Elizabeth Stansfield

James CRABTREE married Elizabeth STANSFIELD at All Saints Church in Glossop, Derbyshire on 15 January 1844. Their ages were simply given as 'full' and James was a bachelor living in Dinting. He was a hatter by profession, although there is no evidence of any hatting industry in the area thiat might account for his presence there. It is possible that he was living there temporarily so that they could marry by banns, rather than pay to marry by licence. Elizabeth was also living in Dinting and she did not name her father, the entry simply reading 'dead'. Neither James nor Elizabeth could sign their names. The witnesses were John MARLOR and Robert WINTERBOTTOM and the vicar was Christ HOWE

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