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would a marriage in Italy in 1947 have been registered in the UK

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Re: would a marriage in Italy in 1947 have been registered in the UK

Posted: 9 May 2013 3:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
You say the marriage certificate gives his details as an officer. If this means he was an army, naval officer then his marriage would have been registered with his military authority because he would have been eligible for an allowance for his wife, access to married quarters etc. Why not contact the Regiment?, Army?, Navy? records and they would probably tell you what the drill was.
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