NameMary LAIDMAN , 10782, N1968
Baptism11 Apr 1776, Bowes, YKS
Bapt Memod Jonathan Laidman & Elisabeth. Howlowlgill
FatherJonathan LAIDMAN of Howlowlgill , 10779, M1412 (ca1739-1804)
MotherElizabeth BELL , 10781 (ca1753-1795)
Misc. Notes
Durham Record Office, Ref No. D/HH 3/4/148
1 December 1824
(1) James Hyslop of Gilmonby, Yorks., grocer and Mary, his wife
(2) John Martin of Arkengarthdale, Yorks., yeoman and Margaret, his wife
(3) Thomas Kipling of Howlowgill, Bowes, Yorks., yeoman and Elizabeth, his wife
(4) Thomas Wheldon of Barnard Castle, gentleman (The ladies being the heirs of Jonathan Laidman of Bowes who died intestate)
Deed to lead to the uses of a fine of a messuage at Gilmonby and a close called Lowfield (3a.) with the cow house thereon at Bowes, by (1), (2) and (3) to (4) in trust for (1) and (3) as tenants in common
(parchment, 1 membrane)
Spouses
Birthca 1765
Occupation1817: Royal Navy; 1824: Grocer
Misc. Notes
Later (1824) of Gilmonby.
Marriage1817, Southwark, LND
Marr MemoSt John Horselydown
Misc. Notes
Know all Men by these Presents, That We
James Hyslop of the parish of Saint John Southwark in the County of Surrey of the Royal Navy, & John Doe
are holden and firmly bound to the Right Reverend Father in God Brownlow [Brownlow North, 1781-1820] by Divine Permission, Lord Bishop of Winchester, in the Sum of Two Hundred Pounds of lawful Money of Great Britain, to be paid to the said Right Reverend Father, or his certain Attorney, Successors, or Assigns: To which Payment, well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, and each of us by himself, for the whole, our Heirs, Executors, and Administrators, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals. Dated the Twenty Third Day of August in the Year of our Lord, 1817

The Condition of this Obligation is such, That if hereafter there shall not appear any lawful Let or Impediment, by Reason of any Pre-Contract, Consanguinity, Affinity, or any other lawful Means whatsoever; but that the above-bounden James Hylsop Bachelor and Mary Laidman of the same parish, Spinster

may lawfully solemnize Marriage together, and in the same afterwards lawfully remain and continue for Man and Wife, according to the Laws in that Behalf provided: And moreover, if there be not at this present Time any Action, Suit, Plaint, Quarrel, or Demand, moved or depending before any Judge, Ecclesiastical or Temporal, for or concerning any such lawful Impediment between the said Parties: Nor that either of them be of any other Parish, or of better Estate or Degree, than to the Judge at granting of the Licence is suggested, and by him sworn to

And lastly, if the same Marriage shall be openly solemnized in the Church, or Chapel, in the Licence specified, between the Hours appointed in the Constitutions Ecclesiastical confirmed, and according to the Form of the Book of Common Prayer, now by Law established, and if the above-bounden parties

do save harmless and keep indemnified the above-mentioned Right Reverend Father, his COMMISSARY and Surrogates, and all other his Officers and Ministers whatsoever, by Reason of the Premises, then this Obligation to be void, or else to remain in full Force and Virtue.

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Commissary ) 23 August 1817
Of Surrey. )

APPEARED PERSONALLY James Hyslop
and made Oath, that he is of the parish of Saint John Southwark in the County of Surrey Bachelor of the age of fifty two years

and intendeth to intermarry with Mary Laidman of the same parish, a Spinster of the age of forty one years

and that he knoweth of no lawful Impediment, by Reason of any Pre-Contract, Consanguinity, Affinity, or any other lawful Means whatsoever, to hinder the said intended Marriage, and prayed a Licence to solemnize the same in the Parish Church of Saint John Southwark aforesaid

and further made Oath, that the usual Place of Abode of her the said Mary Laidman

hath been in the said Parish of Saint John Southwark

for the Space of Four Weeks last past.

[signed] J.Hyslop

Sworn before me, William [illegible]


Parish register of St John Hoselydown, Southwark:

Page 101.

James Hyslop of this Parish
Bachelor
and Mary Laidman of this Parish
Spinster
were married in this Church by Licence with Consent of
_____________________ [blank] this Twenty fifth Day of
August in the Year One thousand eight hundred and Seventeen
By me J.C. Abdy Curate
This marriage was solemnized between us { J Hyslop
{ Mary Laidman
In the Presence of { Thos. Scanlan
{ Rosamand Hicks [”Rosamand” repeated in the margin as the original is largely illegible]
No. 303.
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