Would a Victoria BC marriage record for a second marriage have the bride's father's name on it? I see it has her first husband's surname and is crossed with her maiden name. Actually I would like to get her father's name as well as the given name of her first husband.
So far I have not been able to find her first marriage record, she was born Emma Amilia Schultz abt 1882 in Canada supposidly of a German father and French mother. I don't know where in Canada and I don't know if her first marriage was in Canada or in Washington state. Her first husband's surname was Currie (Curry) her second husband was Curtis Stillwagon. I have the index listing for the Stillwagon marriage and wondered if I should send for the certificate, and what information might be on it.
I did find an Emma Amilia Schultz born in Sullivan Grey Ontario, but when I got to her marriage it could not be my Emma. so back to the drawing board.
any help would be appriciated.
The April 1881 birth date does not compute with the information that emma was 97 when she died in 1981, which would maker her birth year 1884, which would be more in keeping with the census records... AAARRRGG this woman is going to drive me crazy!!
Do you need a copy of C.Stillwagon and EmmaÉ
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