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Why did some people need to pay a bond in the 1700s in order to get married?
This is more a genealogy question than a historical event but I couldnt think of anywhere else to ask it. (I hope it not off topic) In 1787 my Great (x6) Grandfather paid a bond of £200 the ...
Sep 7 '12 at 11:33
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