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    I was considering ordering the marriage certificate of my great grandmother Edith Kulling and Samuel Hall from New Zealand just out of curiousity to see if any father of the bride was mentioned. When I searched I got 2 options and not sure what the 2nd option is. the first one is the marriage certificate option 2 is a marriage print out from 1st jan 1875. The marriage is 1910 so not sure what the print out wold contain. Does anybody from NZ know the answer. I am on a fb group for NZ but it doesnt appear to be working for some reason

    #2
    from NZ BDM site


    What is a printout?
    • Generally a scanned image of the record.
    • It is in a typed format for an event from 1998.
    • It is also typed for earlier records which have been updated or corrected.

    What is a certificate?
    • An official document containing registered information.
    • A certificate contains less information than a printout
    • Marriage Data Collected

      From 1854 – Marriage Act 1854 (Dated 1 January 1855)


      Bride and Groom
    • When and where married
    • Name and Surname
    • Age
    • Rank or profession
    • Condition
    • Name of officiating minister (or Registrar)
    • When registered
    • Signatures
    • Signatures of bride and groom
    • Signatures of the witnesses
    • Signature of officiating minister (or registrar)
    • From 1880 – Marriage Act 1880 (Dated 17 January 1880)
    • Local number
    • Bride and Groom
    • When and where married
    • Name and surname of the parties
    • Ages
    • Rank or profession
    • Condition of parties
    • Bachelor or spinster (or as case may be)
    • If widow or widower date of death of former wife or husband
    • Birthplace
    • Residence: Present, Usual
    • Parents
    • Father's name and surname
    • Father's rank or profession
    • Mothers name and Maiden surname
    • Signatures
    • Bride and groom
    • Witnesses
    • Officiating minister (or Registrar)
    • From 1995 – Marriage (forms) Regulations 1995
    • Registry number
    • Bride and Groom
    • First or given names
    • Surname or family name
    • First or given name(s) at birth (if different from above)
    • Date and year of birth
    • Usual occupation, profession or job
    • Marital status (never married or previously married)
    • If previously married how and when previous marriage dissolved
    • Place of birth
    • Parents

      Mother and Father
    • First or given names
    • Surname or family name
    • Surname or family name at birth (If different from above)
    • Usual occupation profession or job
    • Other details
    • Date of solemnisation
    • Where solemnised
    • Signatures
    • Bride and groom
    • 2 Witnesses and their addresses
    • Person Officiating at the marriage and their title

    brian
    Last edited by 2weis; 07-11-20, 07:28. Reason: added more information
    avatar is my paternal grandmother Hazel May Sheridan (Coles /// Callaghan)
    researching Coles/Sheridan from Broken Hill Callaghan from Sydney P.J O'Flynn M.J Campbell from County Clare plus others as they pop up

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      #3
      certificate number is 1910 -412 Certificate is $33.00 print out is $25.00
      Brian
      avatar is my paternal grandmother Hazel May Sheridan (Coles /// Callaghan)
      researching Coles/Sheridan from Broken Hill Callaghan from Sydney P.J O'Flynn M.J Campbell from County Clare plus others as they pop up

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        #4
        so the print out may give more information than the certificate and its cheaper...

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          #5
          Last time I tried to order a certificate from nz I had to prove I was a citizen so will give this one a try to see if it works
          Thanks

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            #6
            Got the print out today and thats really put the cat amongst the pigeons. lol
            I expected Edith Kulling to have put her stepfathers name as her fathers but oh no its something completely different. she has put John Kulling as her father but there is no John Kulling!!!!
            All I can think is she knew her fathers name was John but didnt know the surname and I did have a potential as a John Macrae but then abandoned him as I was unsure. All the matches I have connect to the MacRae family but there are so many and its difficult to pinpoint one that was in New Zealand at the correct time.

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