Marriage Certificate 1939

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  1.   Marriage in the District of Christchurch

No.   64

When and where married.(Date, Description of Building, and Locality.)
28th October 1939   Chapel of the Community of the Sacred Name, Christchurch

Names and Surnames of the Parties.
Diamond Allan Ballantyne   Sybil Joyce Clinick

28   28

Rank or Profession
Medical Practitioner

Condition of Parties:- 1. Bachelor or Spinster (or as case may be).   If Widower or Widow. 2. Date of Decease of former Wife or Husband.

1. Bachelor   2.
1. Spinster   2.

Samarai New Guinea   View Hill Canterbury N.Z.

Residence.   1. Present.   2. Usual.
1. Christchurch   2. Napier   1. Christchurch   2. Christchurch

PARENTS.   (1) Father’s Name and Surname.   (2) His Rank or Profession.
1. Andrew Ballantyne   2. Clergyman   1. Frederick William Gifford Clinick   2. Farmer

(1) Mother’s Name.   (2) Her Maiden Surname.
1. Mary Ballantyne   2. Jenness   1. Henrietta Louise Clinick   2. Barnes

MARRIED, after the delivery to me of the Certificate required by the Marriage Act, 1908, by H.F Harding, Officiating Minister.

This marriage was solemnized between us, D.A. Ballantyne  S.J. Clinick

In the presence of us, Mother Eleanor, C.S.N., 181 Barbadoes St.   Robert Edmund Ballantyne, 229 Main Rd, Ravensbourne, Dunedin   Student

I HEREBY CERTIFY that the above is a true copy of the entry in the Register-book of Marriages kept by me at Christchurch.

J.L. McWilliam
Officiating Minister.
Denomination: Church of England

Registrar’s Certificate No. 1339    District of Christchurch

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