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Frindsbury, a parish in the Medway area of Kent.

29 Jul 1839 Marriage solemnized at the parish church in the parish of Frindsbury in the County of Kent

 No.	When Married.	Name and Surname.    Age.	Condition.	Rank or Profession.	Residence at the Time of Marriage	Father's Name and Surname	Rank or Profession of 
	Twenty		Caleb COOMBS, 	  of full	Bachelor	Laborer			Frindsbury				     Thomas Coombs			Laborer
#168	ninth of			   age
	June 1839	Sarah TURNER 	  of full	Spinster	   --			Frindsbury				     Daniel Turner			Laborer

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