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From 1864, when civil registration of marriages began, the addresses and witnesses can be found on the General Registry Office site also. Transcriber noticed that the priest (celebrant) uses the word “vagus” more often that the registrar does and has noted the occasions when the registrar gives an occupation instead.
Transcriber has used an invented address/residence, “Military”, so that men whose occupation was in the army can be easily found by people researching that subject – look under “Registers by Groom's Residence”..
Some pages of the register (early 1840s) must have fallen out and put back, but in a higgledy-piggledy way, so that the dates are not in sequence. I have transcribed according to the sequence of pages given in NLI online but subscriber thinks the Clare Roots Society transcription may have transcribed these pages according to date.