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Agnes Josephine Vallance1

F, #7572, b. circa 1892
Last Edited: 15 Jan 2020


Father*: Joseph Vallance clothier b. 31 Jul 1854, d. 8 Sep 1930
Mother*: Agnes McWilliam b. 5 Apr 1855, d. 29 Dec 1942
  • (Officiating Clergy) Marriage: Agnes Josephine Vallance officiated at the marriage of Albert Edward Nicolson civil servant and Helen Cameron Pringle Vallance elocution teacher on Saturday, 4 August 1923 at The Manse, Carmunock, Lanarkshire, Scotland, ; 1923 marraiges in the parish of Carmunnock in the county of Lanark, ref 4; 1923 on the Fourth day of August at The Manse Carnunnock, after publication of notice according to the forms of the established Church of Scotland; Albert Edward Nicolson, clerk (Ministry of Labour) bachelor, 26, 7 Sommerville Drive, Glasgow; father Alfred Henry Nicolson, butcher; mother Catherine Nicolson ms Riley; Helen Cameron Pringle Vallance, teacher of elocution, spinster, 29, 17 Brownlie Street, Glasgow; father Joseph Vallance, clothier; mother Agnes Vallance ms McWilliam; signed John Smart minister of Curmunock; signed Hugh Tulloch Jr, Glenoykel, Clarkston; signed Agnes Josephine Vallance, 13 Randolf Place, Mount Florida, registered 1923 August 6th at Carmunock signed D H Macmillan assistant registrar, initialled J S (John Steel) registrar.1


  1. [S64] GROS Statutory Marriage: Statutory marriage 1923 parish Carmunnock, Lanark ref 4 [Jun 2006], General Record Office of Scotland, New Register House, Edinburgh, Scotland.