Neither in a church nor in a court, nor with any evidence of license or human celebrant. Presumably a common law marriage and an arranged marriage. +
Te Ngohi = Pareheke 1st wife 1. Rewi Manga Maniapoto (m) = Te Rohu (f) 1.Te Kore alias Te Whiwhiamanga (fdni) 2. Te Raore alias Te Roore (m) = Kereihi Purau 1.Te Raueue Raore (fdni) +
Neither in a church nor in a court, nor with any evidence of license or human celebrant. +
The witnesses were James Lowrey and Helen Frost. The minister was Alfred Frederick Newman. The groom signed with his mark. +
[[Familysearch]] finds this marriage at [[Providence, Rhode Island]] and at [[Norwich, Connecticut]], depending which index it quotes +
Richard Chanler Aldrich and Susan Kean Cutler were fourth cousins +
She was resident in Alcester, where she had been at the 1851 census. John was resident at Saint Ethelburge, Bishopsgate, London, and she probably joined him there, where he was a Tea Dealer like his father. Their son John later reported having been born in Middlesex. +
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