Transcribed register entry for:

James Brymer CRUMLEY & Eva Caroline CAMAMILE

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Marriage: 17 May 1921, Winthorpe (All Saints), Nottinghamshire, England

James Brymer CRUMLEY

Age: Full

Condition: Bachelor

Occupation: Footballer

Residence: Winthorpe

Father's Name: William Ferguson CRUMLEY

Father's Occupation: Tin Smith

Signed?: Yes

Eva Caroline CAMAMILE

Age: Full

Condition: Spinster

Residence: Winthorpe

Father's Name: Joseph CAMAMILE

Father's Occupation: Carpenter (Deceased)

Signed?: Yes

Witnesses: Joseph Smith CAMAMILE; Dorothy Marion BATTY

Authorisation: Licence

Married by: Gresham F. GILLETT

Register: Marriages 1838 ~ 1984, Page 63, Entry 125

Source: Original Register

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