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    Scottish Divorces

    Not that I'm looking for any, but while searching the National Archives of Scotland online catalogue, I see it comes up with several matches to 20th century divorce cases.

    http://212.140.253.244/NAS/dserve.ex...Cmd=Search.tcl
    KiteRunner

    Every five years or so I look back on my life and I have a good... laugh"
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    Kate

    I was ASTONISHED to discover that two of my Scottish relatives were divorced in the 1800s! (From their second marriage certs)

    This was a very well kept secret in my Calvanist family and may explain a rift in the family.

    OC

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      When I looked at a wedding certificate 1955 at the GRO recently

      In the section RCE
      Record of Corrected Entries box it said ( Marriage dissolved + date) which was a few years later.

      This must have been added to their records when the divorce was finalised.



      Researching Irish families: FARMER, McBRIDE McQUADE, McQUAID, KIRK, SANDS/SANAHAN (Cork), BARR,

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